Smallville: Season 9, Episode 11

Absolute Justice (5 Feb. 2010)

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A man named Sylvester Pemberton tracks down Chloe and tells her he knows about her team of superheroes and needs their help. However, before he can explain who he is, he is attacked and ... See full summary »

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A man named Sylvester Pemberton tracks down Chloe and tells her he knows about her team of superheroes and needs their help. However, before he can explain who he is, he is attacked and killed by Icicle. Clark and Chloe's investigation leads Clark to the former headquarters of the Justice Society of America, an underground team of superheros, where he meets up with Nelson (AKA: Dr. Fate), Carter Hall (AKA: Hawkman) and Courtney (AKA: Star Girl). Courtney pleads with Hawkman and Dr. Fate to help her catch the killer that is targeting their group but they are reluctant to resume their duties as superheroes. Clark, John Jones, Green Arrow and Chloe team up to help the JSA stop Icicle before he murders another member of the group. Meanwhile, Lois receives a package from a mysterious agency called Checkmate, run by the shadowy Amanda Waller. Written by CW Publicity

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Alan Scott is referred to as the Golden Age Green Lantern. He is technically the first Green Lantern but is not as well known as his "successor" Hal Jordan. Scott drew his power from a magical ring and charged it with a magical battery. When the Golden Age of comics ended, the character was retooled as test pilot Hal Jordan, who would wield not a magical power ring, but one that was a technological creation of the Guardians of the Universe. The rings harnessed the green energy of Will, the most powerful force in the universe. The Guardians eventually divided the universe into 3600 sectors which are all guarded by their own Green Lantern to form the intergalactic police force known as the Green Lantern Corps. The sector that includes planet Earth is 2814. Scott never officially became a member of the Green Lantern Corps, but his daughter did. See more »

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Icicle mistakenly calls "Waller" "Walter". See more »

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Oliver Queen: God, I hate waiting.
Hawkman: But you love talking. Shut up.
Oliver Queen: Why did they have to team us up together?
Hawkman: I asked them to so I can keep you in line.
Oliver Queen: What are you? My chaperon?
Hawkman: Think of me as your parole officer but with a mace.
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Yeah, this show is going somewhere...
6 February 2010 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

...but the only place it's going is down.

I used to be quite a fan of Smallville, because I liked the idea of retelling the Superman story without the cape, but with each season, especially since the writers killed Lex Luthor and the Kents, it continually degraded and is now but an overblown mixture of cheesy special effects ( I can't believe how BAD some of those look! ), especially whenever someone is supposed to be flying, even cheesier dialogs ( maybe they should hire a writer ), and by far the most untalented cast since Baywatch (unfortunately though, Smallville is not half as entertaining, since it lacks Baywatch's frequent show of girls with large breasts in wet bathing suits).

In short: Instead of coming up with a new super hero (or villain) for each episode, the creators of this show should have invested their money in a believable story line.

I am surprised I keep watching this nonsense - must be some twisted sense of nostalgia, since I used to be a big fan of the Superman comic books.


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