Clark, unknowingly, exposes himself to Zod when a virus is released on Metropolis that turns its residents into zombies.

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Zod and his soldiers release a virus in the air that transforms the humans into zombies. While finding a way for reversing the effect, Dr Hamilton finds out he needs blood from another Kryptonian to counteract the virus. So Chloe asks Clark to donate a bit of his blood even when that risks Clark from being discovered by Zod. Written by lneira1

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The flashforward scenes take place in September 2010. See more »

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Lois Lane: But I do remember seeing a whole new side of Clark Kent.
Clark Kent: Which side was that?
Lois Lane: I'll give you a hint. It starts with "H" and ends with "ero."
Clark Kent: I wasn't even wearing red and blue.
Lois Lane: Well, you've got a long ways before you can do that.
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References Superman II (1980) See more »

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Smallville and Zombies?
10 October 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Okay, I think this was a good episode. It had a lot of moments involving development of the relationship between Lois and Clark, which we know to be inevitable. What was interesting is the previous comments noted by Metallo aka John Corben that The Blur lives apart from the 'rest of us'. It seemed to have an effect on the way Kal El just jumped back into Clark's life. As for Oliver's dark spiral, it only serves as a reminder that somehow Clark is set apart from the world. Jimmy's death inspired him to move on and fight harder, while Oliver struggled with his feelings. The only part I didn't like is the 'cure' part...how does it help Tess?


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