Clark and Lois head out of town for a quiet romantic getaway, but their plans are thwarted when they run into Chloe and Oliver at their Bed & Breakfast Inn. The couples' awkward moment is ... See full summary »


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Clark and Lois head out of town for a quiet romantic getaway, but their plans are thwarted when they run into Chloe and Oliver at their Bed & Breakfast Inn. The couples' awkward moment is interrupted by the arrival of the Silver Banshee, who sets her sights on Clark and Oliver. Meanwhile, Tess faces off with Zod with a surprising result. Written by Anonymous

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2 April 2010 (USA)  »

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When Chloe asks Lois about the road less traveled she is paraphrasing the poem, "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. See more »


During the opening sequence, Chloe and Clark are working on various crimes taking place in Metropolis, but the map that Chloe is referring to is a map of Chicago. See more »


Lois Lane: [sees Oliver and Chloe] Hey guys! Come here. Sit with us.
Clark Kent: [speaking to Chloe] Quiet weekend at home, huh?
Chloe Sullivan: Trust me, we had no idea the two of you would be here.
Lois Lane: And we had no idea there was even a "you two," which I think is perfect. I think fate has brought us together.
Oliver Queen: Well it's ah...
[everyone exchanges awkward looks]
Oliver Queen: It's a little less fate, actually.
Chloe Sullivan: More fame.
Oliver Queen: [agreeing with Chloe] Fame.
Chloe Sullivan: This is so far off the beaten path that even the society pages couldn't find Star City's most eligible ...
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


What Is Not Yours
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Refreshing but screamy fantasy story, hilarious and insightful character development, burning Tess and Zod mind game, intriguing cliffhanger
4 April 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

After the jaw dropping Conspiracy and a cold winter break I was expecting Smallville to cool off and provide us with a refreshing and springful episode. It's exactly what Escape was and even if its fantasy story was ridiculous at times it was still good entertainment. Indeed with so many empathic characters and talented performers you can't disappoint the audience. First even if the story reached some over the top moments it reminded of the Ghostbusters II and all these scary films for teenagers. However it failed to spook me and most of the time I was laughing out loud because of the surreal situations the characters got themselves into. But don't get me wrong some jokes were hilarious and as I was in a good mood I didn't mind the rest. Moreover between two screams the writers managed to develop relationships like Lois & Clark and Oliver & Chloe. Tess and Zod continued their dangerous game and even if I don't like where it's heading it could lead to some intense and captivating arcs. Last but not least I found their dialogs about power, information and The Blur quite interesting because these poker players have different hands and it's hard to know who's going to win the game. It's even more intriguing considering how the episode ended, with an original and unexpected scene.

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