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 actress playing the police woman also played Gia in season 5 Fade. See more »

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Clark Kent: You only had to do one thing, Oliver - keep her awake. But Lois almost died! You're spiraled so far you couldn't even protect her. Is there any part of the person I used to know still there?
Oliver Queen: Maybe not.
Clark Kent: Look, I understand that it's hard trying to figure out how to come back from what happened. Maybe you need help.
Oliver Queen: Actually, I thought about what you said, and, uh... I took a look in the mirror, and you were right. I've been running away from myself for a long time now. But now I know who I really...
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Dumb action driven story, B movie production but sweet Clois moments and inspiring Oliver's quest
10 October 2009 | by (France) – See all my reviews

An homage to George A. Romero's work ? It could have been if Jordan Hawley, the writer, thought of Zombies films as society metaphors instead of stupid horror fictions. The production quality didn't help as at times it look liked a bad B movie. The creatures make-up and dynamic filming were acceptable but the lighting was really bad. Dark rooms illuminated by random green and bright white lights with no rational explanation. Of course the idea was to make some scenes scary but I think the director miserably failed to render the appropriate ambiance. Even the reference to 28 Days Later right at the beginning was disappointing because they chose to copy and paste a scene instead of simply using it as an inspiration. The plane caught in a storm visual effects were also really poor. But from time to time I have to admit that it was decent entertainment. First there were some nice Clois moments and beside the action characters were developed. A scene with Lois was specially interesting as she told someone how she felt about the Blur. However I think this time it's Oliver who deserves our attention because his scenes with Clark were fascinating. In fact I think what he said about the Blur had never been covered before and his words should appeal to viewers fond of religion and symbols. The dark path is on also reminds me of Jimmy in season 8 and the issues he had to deal with. I can't wait for him to get better because I think other characters have a lot to learn from him. But again I question the morality behind the show because when one character has a problem it seems others just give up on it instead of helping it. Is it to bring more drama ? Probably but I wish the relationships were less superficial, specially considering their history and deep connections. But as first mentioned I think the biggest issue was the story itself. When Metallo injected some emotions to the Zod arc, Rabid mostly brought confusion and irrational elements. But somehow even if the cure to the disease wasn't original it was at least an excuse for an other great Clois scene.


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