Oliver is tortured incessantly by Rick Flag until Chloe, who used the Justice League's helmet to find him, exchanges herself for him. Awakening in a secret LuthorCorp lab among partial Lex ... See full summary »

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Oliver is tortured incessantly by Rick Flag until Chloe, who used the Justice League's helmet to find him, exchanges herself for him. Awakening in a secret LuthorCorp lab among partial Lex clones, Tess meets young Alexander before the bloodthirsty, dying senior knocks her down and uses Lois, who enabled Clark's healing by removing the fatal blue kryptonite, to set a sadistic trap. Despite his success, Clark lets his confidence be undermined by Jor-El in the ice fortress, but reconsiders after a pep-talk from Jonathan. Written by KGF Vissers

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The Superman costume featured in this episode was previously worn by Brandon Routh in Superman Returns (2006). See more »

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Tess Mercer: What is this place, Alexander? Who are they?
Alexander: They're my brothers.
Tess Mercer: You're him. These things... You're all engineered from Lex's DNA.
Alexander: We were made to heal the creator, just like we healed *you*. Not all of us turned out okay. Some of us came out sick. Some of us aged too fast.
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References The Full Monty (1997) See more »

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One More Day
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Written by Jon Crosby, Chantelle Dupree and Zac Hanson
Performed by VAST
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Great start to season 10
6 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

While the 10th and final season of Smallville begins on a high note, it should be noted that it is not quite as good as the cream of the crop of season 9. Though it some ways it feels like "Salvation, Part 2" it lacks the action element or the epic feel of that episode. Nothing, not even our first true glimpse of the Superman suit, is as amazing as the pre-credit sequence from the season 9 finale. But I digress....Lazarus is a great episode, filled with returning characters and some interesting plot turns. Jonathan Kent, Jor-El, clones of Lex Luthor, and Darkseid promise interesting story lines to come as Smallville finally begins to draw to a close.


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