Smallville: Season 8, Episode 10

Bride (20 Nov. 2008)

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Oliver gets a step closer to finding Lex, but Clark refuses to help for the time being, due to Chloe's special day, while Lois finds she has special feelings for Clark, who has a surprise (... See full summary »

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Oliver gets a step closer to finding Lex, but Clark refuses to help for the time being, due to Chloe's special day, while Lois finds she has special feelings for Clark, who has a surprise (or two) waiting for him at the wedding reception. Written by Moviedude1

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After Clark reads Jimmy's vows in Lois's presence, he mentions how romantic Jimmy's vows are. Lois replies that "he's a regular Cyrano". This is a reference to Cyrano de Bergerac, the romantic, big-nosed poet who is in love with a woman name Roxane. But instead of going after her himself (due to the size of his nose), he feeds lines to a more handsome, but less articulate friend. See more »

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When Clark gives Chloe his boutonnière from his freshman year as "something borrowed" he says it's from the Homecoming Dance (pilot episode). But they went together to the Spring Formal (season one finale). See more »

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Jimmy Olsen: You know, speaking of the right person, since you don't have a plus-one tonight, I'd like you to meet one of my friends. Name's Clark Kent. You heard of him?
Lois Lane: Better wear your bow and arrow, Cupid. That bumbling tadpole is not my Prince Charming.
Jimmy Olsen: Well, maybe you just need to jump his lily pad and plant one on him. Come on. I've seen the way you two look at each other.
Lois Lane: [scoffs] You need to get your eyesight checked, Olsen. Clark doesn't like me. He likes... driving me crazy.
Jimmy Olsen: Flirtation 101, Lane. ...
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References The Lost Weekend (1945) See more »

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Don't Take Your Love Away
Written by Jon Crosby
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Of course, there can't be a normal wedding on this show
24 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A surprise visitor comes to the wedding of Chloe and Jimmy in this past-paced, tremendous 'Smallville' episode. Chloe can no longer remember Clark's secret, but Clark is fine with that as he no longer has to be concerned that knowledge of it will hurt her or cause her to leave his life as it has for Pete Ross, Ma and Pa Kent, Lionel Luthor, Lana Lang, and even his one-time friend, now-nemesis Lex Luthor. As the wedding reaches its happy day, Chloe cannot ignore the incessant attention of Davis Bloome, who now understands fairly well who he is, but that he feels drawn to her as well. This episode is shocking in the storm that brews up to the wedding, and surprising to see the twists at the end, especially with regards to Jimmy's future, who Davis is, and a familiar face that arises as the Green Arrow just about intercepts Lex Luthor himself.


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