When Chloe begins having memory loss when the essence of Brainac begins replacing her memories with Kryptonian codes, Clark decides to use the Cryrstal of Knowledge to reconstruct the Fortress of Solitude and ask the spirit of Jor-El for help. Meanwhile, Jimmy begins to worry about Chloe's well being, while Davis, disturbed by knowledge that he may have alien origins, begins to become drawn to Chloe. Written by
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Chloe calls Smallville "Norman Rockwell's neighborhood," a reference to the artist famous for depicting idyllic images of American family life, mostly on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post periodical throughout the Twentieth Century. Ironically, she also assumes that nothing strange will happen in the town. See more
Just after Davis sedates Chloe and is rendered unconscious she is pictured slumped in a seat facing to her left. A few moments later she is seen slumped to her right and much lower in the seat. After a little more dialog she is seen more upright and leaning to her left again. See more
Welcome home, my son.
Home? I wanted to see it that way, Jor-El. I wanted to learn more about my family, about my destiny. And then you tore it all away.
I programmed the fortress to remove your powers and self-destruct if you became a danger to the planet.
When you sent me here, you had no way of knowing how I would use my abilities. You trusted me. When I betrayed that trust, you were willing to sacrifice your only son to save this planet. But now I know what it truly means to protect people,...
References Night of the Living Dead