Smallville (2001–2011)
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Just as Clark and Lana are making progress and he finally sums up enough courage to ask Lana out on a date to a local festival, an old flame rekindles when Lana's former beau, Whitney ... See full summary »

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Pete Ross
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Chloe Sullivan
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Lionel Luthor (credit only)
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Martha Kent
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Jonathan Kent / Tina Greer
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Just as Clark and Lana are making progress and he finally sums up enough courage to ask Lana out on a date to a local festival, an old flame rekindles when Lana's former beau, Whitney Fordman, returns from the Marines to make up for lost time. But something is wrong with Whitney for he isn't himself, and Clark sets off to find out what's wrong and why Whitney doesn't remember some things. But the big twist is that the real Whitney was killed in action in Indonesia, and that the meteor-rock shape shifter Tina Greer (from the 'X-Ray' episode) is impersonating Whitney to get romantically close to Lana. Soon, Clark finds himself in a bind then Tina traps and immobilizes Clark in his storm cellar tied up with Lana's kryptonite necklace, until help comes from of all things... the spaceship. Meanwhile, Lex confronts Helen Bryce about her employment with Lionel and questions her motives for being in Smallville. Written by fonzdaman

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14 January 2003 (USA)  »

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Trivia

First appearance of an LGBT character on the show, would be Tina's first episode in season 1. See more »

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The Marine officer who goes to Whitney's house to tell his mother of his death introduces himself as a lieutenant, but the rank on his cover is that of a captain in the Marine Corps. See more »

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Lex Luthor: What I did was inexcusable. I violated your privacy. I should have trusted you.
Dr. Helen Bryce: It's a little late for apologies.
Lex Luthor: From the time I was born, I was raised in an environment of suspicion and distrust. My father taught me to regard everyone as an adversary, no matter who they are.
Dr. Helen Bryce: Look, I'm really sorry you had to grow up like that, Lex. I am, but...
Lex Luthor: When my mother died, I began to build a wall around my heart. Every year, that wall grew taller and more fortified, 'till eventually it became ...
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References Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) See more »

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Days Go By (acoustic)
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Written by Victoria Horn and Steve Smith
Performed by Dirty Vegas
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Could it really be Whitney?
19 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Great news has hit Smallville, and particularly Lana's heart: Whitney Fordman has returned from fighting in the Middle East as a Marine and wants to reunite with Lana. However, Whitney is acting a little strange. He is acting really compulsive and possessive of Lana. Turns out, there may be more than meets the eye.

In addition, Lex begins to question the motives for which Helen is getting closer to him, similar to how he questioned his last woman Victoria.

This episode is really mysterious, and ends with a surprising and exciting conclusion.


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