Clark enters a parallel environment in his subconscious where he is powerless, no one believes the truth about him, and things have turned out much, much differently.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Lane (credit only)
Lionel Luthor (credit only)
Malcolm Scott ...
Patient #1
Patient #2
Security Guard


Clark is attacked and wakes up in a mental asylum where the attending physician, Dr.Hudson, tells him he has been there for five years due to his elaborate fantasy that he has alien superpowers. In this new world, Martha is married to Lionel Luthor, Chloe is deemed insane and Lana chose Clark over Lex. Lana begs Clark to agree to Dr. Hudson's treatments so they can be together, but when a fellow patient named John, A.K.A, Martian Manhunter, tells him the good doctor is actually a phantom and he needs to kill him in order to return to reality, Clark must make the toughest decision of his life. Written by Anonymous

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25 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Lex Luthor: You really think you saved me. Well, then, let me refresh your memory.
[pulls away from his desk and shows Clark he's in a wheelchair]
Lex Luthor: I have to spend the rest of my life in this chair because of you.
Clark Kent: This is impossible. I was there.
Lex Luthor: And you caused the accident. Oh, you claimed you saw my car swerving out on control so you jumped in front of it to save me with your superpowers. But when I jerked the wheel, my Porsche flipped end over end and wrapped around the guardrail.
Clark Kent: That's not what happened...
Lex Luthor:
Clark Kent:
Lex Luthor:
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One of the best of the sixth season
28 January 2007 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

Though derivative, "Labyrinth" still stands as the highlight of the mid-half of the six-year-old show. Finally a story allows Welling to show how he has grown as an actor. It's not easy playing a character that is the embodiment of "truth, justice, and the American way" on a weekly basis with very little variation. His performance, permitting him to show how one might react if he/she discovers that all that he knew may be a lie, was quite believable.

Welling rose to the occasion marvelously.

As always, Michael Rosenbaum, as the "handicapped" Lex, delivered, as did Kristen Kreuk as a too-sweet-to-be-believed Lana. Allison Mack, the ever-present Chloe, also scored as a slightly "off-her-rocker" version.

The use of an annoying hum in the background added to the tone of the installment and made for an engaging drama.

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