Smallville: Season 5, Episode 13

Vengeance (2 Feb. 2006)

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Clark Kent drops out the rest of the semester from Metropolis University to help Martha on the farm. He misses Jonathan and has not superseded the loss of his foster father. Martha offers ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Lois Lane (credit only)
Andrea Rojas / Angel of Vengeance (as Denise Quinones)
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Clark Kent drops out the rest of the semester from Metropolis University to help Martha on the farm. He misses Jonathan and has not superseded the loss of his foster father. Martha offers Jonathan's watch to Clark, but he refuses. Martha goes to Metropolis to donate Jonathan's belongings to a mission, and she is assaulted by two lowlife criminals. However, she is rescued by a masked and powerful vigilante, but one of the punks steals the watch. Clark feels guilty about the watch and visits Chloe, trying to track the muggers. They decide to find the 'Angel of Vengeance,' and when they meet her, she discloses her identity of Chloe's klutzy colleague Andrea Rojas and tells that she became powerful six months ago after a heart transplantation of a donate that was hit by the meteor shower. Her mother and she were attacked by a mugger who killed her mother while Andrea survived, thirsty of revenge against the killer of her mother. Clark joins Andrea, but with a different viewpoint of ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Clark feels vengeful in the aftermath of his father's death
21 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An episode that really explores Clark's emotions and introduces a fresh new superhero character comes in the form of the 13th episode of Season 5.

Clark's mother Martha gives him the watch that his father Jonathan used to own. Clark feels like he wants to forget what has happened to his father, so he gives it away. However, he finds out that it has been stolen by thugs in Metropolis, only they were stopped by a mysterious, masked, swooping viligante known as the Angel of Vengeance. Clark is tempted to get vengeance himself on these thugs but then decides to learn about the identity of this shady hero with his ever-developing sidekick Chloe.

This episode is appealing because it features a Batman-type of character, the closest thing that Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar can get to bringing the Caped Crusader to the show, thanks to an embargo from Warner Bros. Also, it is interesting to witness a more vengeful side of a young man who will become a superhero that doesn't feed off of revenge, yet feels this way in the aftermath of his father's tragic but noble death.

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