Smallville: Season 7, Episode 7

Wrath (8 Nov. 2007)

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Kryptonite and high voltage mix during a lightning storm -- causing Lana to absorb Clark's powers. Using her newfound super powers, she breaks into Lex's safe and steals incriminating ... See full summary »

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Kryptonite and high voltage mix during a lightning storm -- causing Lana to absorb Clark's powers. Using her newfound super powers, she breaks into Lex's safe and steals incriminating evidence -- which she then delivers to Lois and Grant, demanding they run a story exposing Lex's secrets. After Grant refuses to use stolen material, Lana decides to take care of Lex...herself. Clark tries to stop Lana from killing Lex...and a super battle ensues between the two! Written by (originally) Anonymous; (updated) CrabbyLion2370

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Grant teases Lois' hospital gown, asking if it's "Vera Wang or maybe Dolce", which are luxury fashion brands. See more »

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Up until Lana is about to electrocute Lex, she is wearing a black, leather jacket. When Lex suddenly kisses her, the jacket is gone with no shot of her ever removing it. See more »

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Lex Luthor: You know the ironic part of all this, is I'm the one who ended up with something I wanted. Lana still has feelings for me.
Clark Kent: Don't flatter yourself, Lex. Those powers made her obsessed.
Lex Luthor: Exactly. And passion like that doesn't come out of the blue. What do you think is stronger, Clark? Her hatred for me or her affection for you?
Clark Kent: She was angry. But eventually she'll move on.
Lex Luthor: Don't hold your breath. Funny thing about obsession is, it outlives everything. Even love.
Clark Kent: Lana never would have done anything...
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lana's superpower is that everyone loves her unconditionally for no reason
27 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What's the worst thing we learn about Lex in this episode? He's doing science on the alien tech? He's tracking aliens? I guess we "know" that Lex is evil, and therefor anything he does is clearly for no good. It'd be nice to see Lex do something that's actually bad. There was 33.1 last season, which was pretty bad, but that's really the only truly bad thing we've seen Lex do. It's hard to keep blaming Lex for everything bad in the show when we never see him do anything wrong. But maybe that's the magic of Lex Luthor. Nothing bad can be pinned to him, but you know in your heart that he's committing all sorts of atrocities. Somehow I don't think that's what the show is going for.

The Lex-blaming is almost comical in this episode. Clark blames Lex for Lana getting violent with her superpowers. In this show's deluded world, it is Lex's fault that Lana is obsessed with revenge, and it's Lex's fault Lana would resort to violence to get vengeance.

Of course, despite breaking into Lex's mansion, stealing his stuff, punching a hole in his car and threatening to electrocute him, nothing bad happens to Lana. Lex decides, conveniently, not to press charges on Lana after she attacks him, so at the end of the episode Lana's back in Clark's barn. Lana gets a stern talking to from Clark, and then asks him to love her no matter what. We're right back where we started. An entire episode has gone by and, once again, nothing has happened.


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