Kara desperately wants to make friends and fit in on Earth, but Clark tells her to keep a low profile until she can get her powers under control. Despite his warnings, when Smallville's ... See full summary »

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Kara desperately wants to make friends and fit in on Earth, but Clark tells her to keep a low profile until she can get her powers under control. Despite his warnings, when Smallville's annual "Miss Sweet Corn" beauty pageant comes around, Kara signs up and meets the competition; Tyler, Carly, and Tempest, three meteor-infected vixens who plan to use their powers to steal a treasure map to the hidden Smallville time capsule. Meanwhile, Lana returns to Smallville and wants to re-start whatever romance she had with Clark. In Metropolis, Agent Carter interrogates Lex in his further search for Kara's missing spaceship, while Chloe and Jimmy clash with the vain and egotistical Grant over the developing story in Smallville. Written by matt-282

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This is Aaron Ashmore's first episode since having a slot in the opening credits. He was not in Smallville: Bizarro (2007) or Smallville: Kara (2007). See more »

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Lex Luthor: [to Kara] Twice I've been pulled back from the brink of death, and both times it was by a member of the Kent family. I'm not a man who believes in coincidences. Sooner or later, I'll find out the truth. Are you a savior? Or are you a warning?
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Fierce
14 April 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I'm not going to lie, this is a cheesy episode. The premise is a little cheesy, the villains are beyond cheesy, and the Kara and Jimmy Olsen story never really worked, yet I can't help but kind of like "Fierce" Here's the reason why. Seasons 5 and 6 got so dark and so serious, that it was kind of nice to have the show get back to the basics. I like heading to Metropolis and bringing in more complex stories, but particularly by the end of season 6, it started to feel like this show forgot that it's about fun entertainment, and is supposed to be about SMALLVILLE. It's back to basics here, with Kara entering a Corn Festival beauty pageant. Some of the writing for Kara is a little too modern in her dialog. I would have liked to see her having a harder time adjusting to everything on Earth. If everything Kryptonian seems foreign and strange to Clark, then logically Kara should be portrayed as more of a confused outsider. Nothing special here. The end action sequence is cut way too short, and in a way the whole premise reminds me of some of the cheesier episodes in earlier seasons, but I still think it's nice to be reminded of the simplicity of the earlier seasons every once and a while.


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