Clark hears the voice of his biological mother, Lara, calling for help from Kara's crystal and decides to release her, despite Jor-El's warnings. Lara and Clark reunite and she gives him ... See full summary »

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Clark hears the voice of his biological mother, Lara, calling for help from Kara's crystal and decides to release her, despite Jor-El's warnings. Lara and Clark reunite and she gives him Jor-El's ring, which contains blue kryptonite. As Clark puts it on, he realizes Zor-El manipulated the whole thing and that blue kryptonite strips him of his powers, enabling Zor-El to take control of the Fortress of Solitude. Meanwhile, Chloe and Lex each discover Lois and Grant have been seeing each other and warn them to stop.

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Zor-El provoked the solar eclipse in order to eradicate the human race. See more »

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Lara: Jor-El? Is that you?
Clark Kent: I'm Kal-El.
Lara: Kal-El... My son, my beautiful boy. You're a man now.
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27 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hate to think that this entire episode could have been avoided if Clark would have only listened to Jor-El's advice in the beginning. Hasn't Clark learned by now that Jor-El tends to be pretty on about things? Hasn't Clark already tearfully lamented not listening to his father?

Whatever. Maybe he forgot.

The episode itself wasn't bad. Kryptonian battles are fun. And we finally learned what the crystal Kara was sent to Earth with was really for. But the best part of the episode is the very end: at last, a consequence! We don't know what the consequence will be, but Jor-El has promised a consequence for Clark's constant defiance. That's new for this show. I hope the consequence is something truly awful. Jor-El has a pretty good track record so far in that regard. He killed Jonathan! Maybe he'll kill Lana this time.


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