Clark gets an inverse make-over from Lois, in order to become a gray mouse when the Blur goes public. Just then, a flashy media-horny new superhero emerges: Buster Gold, who systematically steals the show. Clark discovers Buster came from the future with a Legionnaire's ring, probably stolen. Generally bullied, shy schoolboy Jaime Reyes is inadvertently infected with the alien scarab which Buster was hired to retrieve for industrialist Ted Kord, hence transformed into the Blue Beetle, an uncontrollable monster. Clark could just expose Buster as a fake coward, but chooses to educate him in superhero ethics. Written by
Did You Know?
In Booster Gold's publicity shows, complete with Booster Gold Dancers, music identified by subtitles only as "Rock Music" plays. The music is an adaptation of the band Focus' hit from the early '70s: 'Hocus Pocus'. The song was revived in 2010 as Nike's theme for their World Cup commercials. See more
When Lois kisses Clark at the end of the episode, she has leg warmers on. Earlier when she is reading the Booster Gold folder, she doesn't have them on. See more
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The suit doesn't make the hero. A hero's made in the moment by the choices that he makes and the reasons that he makes them. A hero brings out the best in people. I don't doubt behind that star, there is a hero... but I haven't seen him. Not yet.