When Clark finally discovers Lionel threatened to kill him unless Lana married Lex, he goes after Lionel to silence him once and for all. Meanwhile, Lana tells Lex she is leaving him, and ... See full summary »



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Jason Bartlett (as Ben Ayres)
Canadian Daughter (as Mylene Dinh-Robic)
John Hainsworth ...
Canadian Father
Martha's Aide
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When Clark finally discovers Lionel threatened to kill him unless Lana married Lex, he goes after Lionel to silence him once and for all. Meanwhile, Lana tells Lex she is leaving him, and John Jones, the Martian Manhunter, makes a return appearance to help Clark stop Lex, who has captured the last surviving phantom escapee from the Phantom Zone, having possessed a young boy, in order to use its DNA to power him army of super soldiers at his secret lab '33.1'. Clark bids goodbye to Martha as she prepares to leave Smallville for Washington D.C., and Clark finally reveals his secret to Lana to get her to stay in town. But when Lana mysteriously 'dies' in a car bombing, Clark thinks Lex was behind it and sets off to kill him, and has a fateful meeting with the last wraith of the Phantom Zone at Lex's 'Project 33.1' lab at Reeves Dam. Lois goes to Reeves Dam in search of information about Lex's secret lab and is brutally stabbed by a security guard. Chloe finds a piratically dead Lois at ... Written by Anonymous

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Clark Kent: [Clark superspeeds into Reeves Dam and pushes Lex up against the wall] She was your wife, Lex. Why did you do it?
Lex Luthor: Now is not the time to lecture me about my marriage, Clark.
Clark Kent: Why'd you do it? Just tell me!
Lex Luthor: Get your hands off me!
Clark Kent: You afraid she was gonna bring you down, or was it just too humiliating for you that she was gonna leave you? Why'd you have to kill her? Why?
Lex Luthor: What are you talking about?
Clark Kent: You already know. Lana is dead.
Lex Luthor: [genuinely shocked] No.
Clark Kent: No. You don't to need act so surprised. You're...
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A Solid Season of an Amazing Show
29 October 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Smallville Season 6 is definitely one of the better seasons of the show although it does not reach the heights of Seasons 3 and 5. This season opens the show to a lot more mythological storytelling by introducing more Superman related settings like The Phantom Zone as well as opening the show up to more superheroes. Season 6 has a lot of positives but their are also a few negatives that have been a problem in earlier seasons and still need to be fixed. Filler episodes!!! Thankfully season 6 doesn't have more than 2 or 3 super filler episodes cause something in every episode happens that at least slightly affects the plot but their is one horrendous episode that will stick with me for all of Smallville history. The episode when Clark helps the Mexican immigrants was a huge waste of time and was an incredible waste of 40 minutes. What people like to say about Smallville is that it is either amazing or horrendous but this season had a lot of meh episodes that could have been so much better but weren't awful. Other than that Season 6 of Smallville was spot on. Some amazing episodes include the season premier, the justice league episode, promise, nemesis and the season finale even though it wasn't spot on. Lex was completely evil in this season with barely any good left in him as Clark started to get a hold of his destiny. Everything fell into place in Season 6 as Lana found out how messed up Lex really is, the Justice League was created, Lionel was proved to be good, Lex journeyed farther into darkness and Clark got a step closer to becoming Superman.

Smallville Season 6 was a very solid season of the show although it wasn't perfect for having some clunky episodes and repeating the same mistakes over again. Other than that the season was great and is definitely recommended for fans of the show. Smallville Season 6 gets an 8.6/10.

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