Clark has second thoughts about Lana marrying Lex, Lana starts to have the same concerns. Meanwhile... the doctor involved in the secret behind Lana's pregnancy threatens Lex with his knowledge.

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In this episode set on the day of Lex and Lana's wedding, the day is viewed three different times from three different perspectives: Clark's, Lex's, and Lana's. Lex receives a call from Dr. Langston who demands $2 million or he will tell Lana the truth about her baby which leads to a fatal showdown in a crypt. Meanwhile, Lana begins to have second thoughts about marrying Lex, and Clark comes to his own realization that he can't let Lana marry Lex and decides to tell her about his secret. But Lana finally discovers Clark's secret when she secretly witnesses him save Chloe from a locked wine cellar. However, no one is prepared for what happens next when Lionel Luthor steps in and tells Lana that he also knows Clark's secret abilities and he threatens to kill Clark unless Lana goes through with her marriage to Lex. Written by Anonymous

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This episode takes place on February 24, 2007. See more »

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The course of this episode is shown from the perspective of three characters: Clark, Lex, and Lana. And since the events are all the same, but from different perspectives, the dialogue must also be the same. However, when Chloe and Clark in the wine cellar, part of Clark's dialogue is different. In the first scene, Clark says, "Letting Lana go is the hardest thing I've ever had to do, Chloe. If you don't know that, then you don't know me as well as I thought you did." In the second scene, Clark says, "Giving up Lana is the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life, and if you don't know that, then you don't know me very well." See more »

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Lionel Luthor: You know Clark's secret, don't you? I've been watching you since you've started seeing my son, and you've been getting closer and closer to finding out the shocking truth about Clark Kent. What a surprise it must have been to realize that Clark has kept up the deception for so long, right under your nose.
Lana Lang: He was trying to protect me. And he's not going to let you threaten me now.
Lionel Luthor: You think Clark's invincible. Not so. Like every hero, he has an Achilles' heel, a weakness. I know what it is. And ...
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Lana Lang and Clark Kent are the Two DUMBEST Characters in Television History
16 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is why they are made for each other. There is no intelligence, communication, trust, honesty, faithfulness and respect between them. Both are blindly willing to sacrifice everything to protect the other.

The producers of this show are laughing all the way to the bank, they keeps 'Clana' doing the DUMB things they do so the viewers will be glued to this show and keep coming back for more, I am now a victim waiting for some good news to come out of this show, waiting for a glimmer of hope.

It's always the same story in life: without True LOVE there can NEVER be True HAPPINESS and no sacrifice is worth being loveless. It's better to live a short but a happy life than the other way around.


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