Lana tells Clark that she is moving to the Metropolis University and she is accepted in the Tri Psi Sorority, a sisterhood with hot vampires led by Buffy Sanders, and Lana is transformed in... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Lane (credit only)
Lionel Luthor (credit only)
Martha Kent (credit only)
Jonathan Kent (credit only)
Sorority Girl
Courtney (as Angelika Baran)
Keira Kabatow


Lana tells Clark that she is moving to the Metropolis University and she is accepted in the Tri Psi Sorority, a sisterhood with hot vampires led by Buffy Sanders, and Lana is transformed in a vampire. Meanwhile, the chief-editor of The Daily Planet, Pauline Kahn, denies an intern position to Chloe, but in the end she proposes Chloe to write a good story to prove that she might be part of the team of reporters. Meanwhile, Lex intimidates Professor Milton Fine, but in retribution he shows a dossier about the secret experiments that Luthorcorp is performing in the campus of the Kansas University. When Clark sees Lana at Chloe's room, he believes she is with a hangover; later, he goes with Lana to a Halloween costume party promoted by the Tri Psi. When Lana attacks Chloe, Clark discloses the truth about Buffy and her sisterhood of vampires and tries to find a means to save Lana and Chloe when she gets bitten by the evil vamp Lana. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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27 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Chloe at the end mentions the line 'Up, Up and Away' which also happens to be one of Superman's iconic lines. See more »


Chloe Sullivan: [on the phone with Clark] I don't know what's going on with Lana. But I went over to the sorority house today to say hi, and one of the pretty plastic people told me she was still asleep. At 3:00 in the afternoon.
Clark: Yeah, I tried calling her, too, but she won't pick up. Maybe she needs a little space.
Chloe Sullivan: Or some serious deprogramming.
Clark: What do you mean?
Chloe Sullivan: Well, I'm pulling up some information for a story I'm working on, and I think there's a lot more going on at that house than just pedicures and pillow...
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »


Bela Lugosi's Dead
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Buffy/Spike + Lana the vampire
8 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

yeah, this is definitely an ode to buffy, especially with the main vamp being blonde, somewhat bi-polar and being named buffy. plus, what good supernatural show wouldn't have vampires at least once. plus, everyone knows that kristen does a hot evil girl (see episode 4:8, Spell and episode 4:15 Sacred). love the quote from Fine (aka Spike on Buffy) "there's no such thing as vampires" ha, as a buffy fan, i was rolling with laughter. though it could have been written better, with more vamp lore and sexiness. the subplot of Chole was kind of lame. they downplayed the vamp attraction and everyone knows clark loves his women in charge. he he. heart James Marsters and heart Tom!!! awesome episode, one of the best.

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