After receiving a photo of herself dressing in her room, Lana realizes she has a stalker. After hiding out in Chloe's apartment above The Talon, Lana decides to hide out at another ... See full summary »

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After receiving a photo of herself dressing in her room, Lana realizes she has a stalker. After hiding out in Chloe's apartment above The Talon, Lana decides to hide out at another surprising location: the Kent farm so Lana can try to find out more about Clark as she grows more suspicious of his abilities. Meanwhile, Jimmy helps Clark try to find Lana's stalker in which he eventually breaks up with Chloe because he believes she isn't truly over Clark, forcing Chloe to take a deep look at her feelings for her best friend. Written by Anonymous

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In this episode, Chloe says a line that originated from the movie, "The Village", she says "That which we do not speak of." See more »

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This episode revolves around a chisel that Lana has that was badly damaged when Lex attempted to stab Clarke. In order for the chisel to bend, Lex would have had to exhort superhuman strength. See more »

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Jimmy Olsen: I had a feeling this was coming. Look, Clark, despite our differences, I think you're a decent guy. Chloe obviously thinks you can walk on air, so... who am I to stand in the way?
Clark Kent: Jimmy, hold on.
Jimmy Olsen: Look, but if you hurt her, I don't care how impossibly gigantic you are, I will chop you down like a cherry tree. And that ain't no lie.
Clark Kent: It's nice to see that you'd risk ending up in traction to protect Chloe's honor.
Jimmy Olsen: A girl like that is worth spending the rest of my life in a body cast.
Clark Kent: I feel the ...
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References Bonnie and Clyde (1967) See more »

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Who is the stalker?
10 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The fourteenth episode of "Smallville: Season 6" considers what life as a Luthor would be like- a life with little privacy, but much attention- a life that Lana Lang comes to realize the longer she is with Lex.

Lana is looking at a bent crowbar that Lex tries to stab Clark with, suspecting Clark's secret, when somebody sends her a cell phone picture of herself looking at the crowbar. As the episode progresses, she bounces from location to location, including Clark Kent's bedroom, where she tries to find clues to his long-kept secret, trying to avoid the stalker. However, she comes to realize at the end that the stalker is much closer to home than she realized.

This episode is interesting both in who the stalker is and how Clark still cares so much for Lana as to still come to her rescue. The stalker is rather predictable, so at least you can feel good if you guess it right.


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