Clark Kent is in nostalgic mood after Martha signs over the deed to the farm as a wedding present, wondering whether it suggests he and Lois should sell and move. Clark Luthor surprises him... See full summary »

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Clark Kent is in nostalgic mood after Martha signs over the deed to the farm as a wedding present, wondering whether it suggests he and Lois should sell and move. Clark Luthor surprises him, using the mirror box and shattering it after having sent Kent to his world, then fool everyone for a while, in search of bloody vengeance on at least one Luthor. Kent finds himself, public enemy number one against whom everyone caries green kryptonite, at Oliver's funeral, where a bitter Jonathan scolds the 'scrooge'. Recognized and helped by the other Lois, he seeks to appease hatred and find a way back. Dr. Emil Hamilton frantically tries to repair the mirror-box, just in time. Written by KGF Vissers

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The Kent farm is referred to, in the official deed, as "Book Ref - 456-902 at Page 732, Document Number 356-90, of Lowell County, Kansas." See more »

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The scar on Clark Luthor's arm is in the wrong place when he steps out the barn and the viewers realize that it is Clark Luthor. The scar is shown on his wrist but the scar is supposed to be on his forearm. See more »

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Tess Mercer: Don't worry, the weeds will grow up and take the place over. They are Luthor weeds, after all.
Clark Luthor: There's a life here, a family.
Tess Mercer: They lived here, but this was never a home.
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References Mommie Dearest (1981) See more »

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Perfectly done
17 April 2011 | by (NL) – See all my reviews

Since SmallVille viewers are moving to the season finale, this episode is a great example that describes Clark's personalities and his character even better. As the title of this episode tells us (Kent), the writers and producers have thoroughly elaborated on Clark living in two different worlds and the importance of Jonathanb and Martha in Clark's life is also stressed. Looking at the storyline of this episode in general we can say that the variety of scenes between the good world and the other world was a perfect choice to be made. This increased the power of the story and so made it look more interesting. Going to technical aspects there are few things to comment on. The usage of light and sound combined with background music is perfectly done! Never before was an episode so psychologically mysterious. Good job! To conclude: in this episode there is a lot of elaboration on the psychological bonds between Clark and Lois, Clark Luthor and Clark Kent and Clark's affection towards places from his past (e.g. Kent Farm). This episode fantastically forms contrasts in Clark's life which is of course essential in moving from the superman-to-come to superman. No doubt: 10 out of 10.


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