Alicia Baker returns, and with the help of Red Kryptonite, elopes in Las Vegas with Clark. Lana offers a sexual relationship to Jason in an attempt to win him back. Lionel comes back to Lex with a peace offering.

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Teleportation freak Alicia Baker is considered cured and released from Belle Reve institution. She meets Clark and they confess to each other that they are virgins. Still a little obsessive, she gives a red kryptonite necklace to Clark and under 'Dark Clark', they go to Las Vegas to get married to each other. Meanwhile, Lana confess to Chloe that she is virgin, but Chloe tells her that sex isn't all it's cracked up to be for Chloe was sexually involved with a guy, called Jimmy Olsen, during her working period in the Daily Planet. Lana decides to have sex with Jason to keep their relationship. Also, Lex and Lionel give a break in their fight and have a closer contact. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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While hugging Jason, Lana is standing high on her toes (29'01''). Kristin Kreuk is 1,63m high, while Jensen Ackles is 1,86m. See more »

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Alicia Baker: I'm surprised you remember my name.
Clark Kent: How could I forget... you tried to kill me.
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2 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved this episode. I love the character Alicia Baker. For some reason, people are forgetting that this is the path most teenage girls would take if they had a super power. Their first crush or puppy love is very powerful and if it's not returned, the object of their affection would represent the worst part of their life...which, unfortunately for teenage girls, is the last 2-3 hours...every 2-3 hours.

Alicia also helped show us the vulnerability of Clark by representing the desire to be reunited with someone of his own race/kind. That's something that he tries to repress because of the tragic confrontations with his birth father. He's afraid of what he will find out about himself. Alicia represents a safe alternative.

I can't get over the final scene. It's heartbreaking and at the same time, beautiful. It is what most people who screwed up their first real love would want a chance to do or say. Up until now, I have been rooting for Chloe but I'm backing a new horse.

I know this comment is about 3-4 years late but I'm a recent convert, mainlining "Smallville" and I couldn't help but comment on this episode.


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