Davis asks Chloe if she can go away from the city with him, but when Clark realizes Davis is alive, he confronts Chloe to give him an explanation about it. Meanwhile, Oliver discovers that ... See full summary »

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Davis asks Chloe if she can go away from the city with him, but when Clark realizes Davis is alive, he confronts Chloe to give him an explanation about it. Meanwhile, Oliver discovers that Jimmy has become a pill-popping junkie and offers his services and emotional support. But Jimmy is too consumed by his anger and paranoia and brushes off Oliver. Later, when Oliver sees Jimmy breaking into Chloe's apartment to steal money and items to buy more drugs, things get worse when Davis appears and attacks them both. It leads to an angry Clark tracking down Davis/Doomsday to the ruins of the Fortress of Solitude for a brutal confrontation. Written by lneira1

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At one point, Chloe and Clark are talking on cell phones and when Chloe hangs up on Clark and a dial tone can be heard at his end. Cell phones don't do that. See more »

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Clark Kent: I need to head to the Fortress, see if I can find a way to send Doomsday to a place where he can't hurt anyone again.
Oliver Queen: No need to pack your parka. I can tell how to conquer the beast. Kick his ass, Clark. Get this thing out of our lives once and for all.
Clark Kent: You want me to kill him.
Oliver Queen: No. I *need* you to kill him. We all do. You're the only one who can.
Clark Kent: That doesn't make it right. I'd still be taking a life.
Oliver Queen: You'd be saving thousands, Clark. The only way any of us are ever gonna be safe again is if ...
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Not the best but not the worst
20 May 2016 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

Okay lets start this review yeah as i have written it in the title of review that "Not the best but not the worst" it is pretty clear that this episode not that great but on the other hand not that bad as well.

Okay things start off with this episode dramatically chloe has taken the responsibility of doomsday's transformation and is keeping him at talon's basement without telling anyone except one dude which you will find out eventually and on the other hand clark somehow finds out that davis bloom is alive but he don't his location.

Clark wants to send davis to the phantom zone and there is so much which i will not spoil for you, just go watch the episode decide yourself but believe me you would enjoy this episode if you are a realist.


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