Smallville: Season 3, Episode 4

Slumber (22 Oct. 2003)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Adventure, Drama, Romance
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Clark Kent has a strangely realistic nightmare with him being romantically involved with Lana, Lex discovering his secret, and a girl called Sara Conroy being chased by a weird, red-robed ... See full summary »

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Clark Kent has a strangely realistic nightmare with him being romantically involved with Lana, Lex discovering his secret, and a girl called Sara Conroy being chased by a weird, red-robed creature called The Traveller. When Clarks wakes up, he learns that was was asleep... for the last 36 hours consecutive hours! Clark finds that Sara has just moved with her uncle and tutor Nicholas Conroy to the house on the next door that belonged to Lana. Intrigued with the situation, he visits Sara with Lana, and Clark sees that the teenage girl has been in coma for the past six years, increasing the mystery. Clark decides the the solution is literally in his dreams. In Metropolis, Lionel demands that Lex take a psychological evaluation prior to increasing his work responsibilities, but for some unknown reason, Lex refuses. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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All the music in the episode is by the band R.E.M. which is named after "Rapid Eye Movement", a sign of deep sleep. See more »

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Lana and Clark decide to go skinny-dipping. As Kristin Kreuk is taking off her clothes behind Tom Welling, the camera pans from left to right over Tom. At the last moment, Kristin looks at the camera, obviously unaware that she's still in the shot. See more »

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Sara Conroy: [crying] Clark.
Clark Kent: [driving] Sarah!
Sara Conroy: He's so angry.
Clark Kent: Wait, if you're here that means I'm
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Written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe
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A Nightmare on Kent Farm
3 May 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Clark Kent has a nightmare with a girl called Sara Conroy (Katharina Isabelle) being chased by a weird creature called The Traveller (John De Santis) and sleeps for thirty-six consecutive hours. When he wakes up, he finds that Sara Conroy has just moved with her uncle and tutor Nicholas Conroy (Christopher Shyer) to the house on the next door that belonged to Lana Lang. Intrigued with the situation, he visits Sara with Lana Lang and see that the girl has been in coma for six years, increasing the mystery.

Blending reality with dream, like in "A Nightmare on Elm Street", and with the participation of Katharina Isabelle of "Ginger Snap" trilogy, "Slumber" is a great episode of "Smallville". The sexy beginning, with Lana Lang bathing naked in the lake, would suffice to make "Slumber" a worthy story. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Adormecido" ("Asleep")


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