Oliver enjoys his new, public role since he outed himself as super-hero, yet misses Chloe desperately and feeling guilty. His example further inspires Clark to tell at least Lois, but just ... See full summary »

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Oliver enjoys his new, public role since he outed himself as super-hero, yet misses Chloe desperately and feeling guilty. His example further inspires Clark to tell at least Lois, but just when they meet to that end an Egyptian jewel allows the Pharaonic goddess Isis to take possession of her body, eager to resuscitate her beloved Osiris, all required being at hand from a major exposition in Metropolis, but that would also revive his realm, hell, on earth. Tess, who is otherwise preoccupied with Lex's boy-clone Alexander, joins Oliver and Clark at Watchtower, where she proves herself able to fill in for Chloe IT-wise. Even with that invaluable research, Clark nearly perishes in his supernatural duel with Isis. Cat get caught in the fight and mistakenly believes Lois is the evil Blur. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Isis confronted Clark in the Egyptian exhibit, she picked up the "Dagger of Teth Adam." Teth Adam is the alter ego of Black Adam, Isis' husband in the DC comics and a villain whose power rivals Superman. See more »

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Tess Mercer: So let me get this straight. Lois finds a necklace, gets possessed by an Egyptian Goddess, and now is flying around like Amelia Earhart, minus the plane.
Oliver Queen: Just another Friday night in Metropolis. Who's ready for the weekend?
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200 too strong for 201?
24 October 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Having to follow episode 200 "Homecoming" was always going to be a tough gig. What I think was meant to be a highly climactic episode perhaps didn't meet the standard of the previous, and maybe finished a bit too similarly.

A disappointment in episode was that the main plot involving the Isis necklace did not hold much integrity in of itself. It seemed like it was all fuzz waiting for the final two minutes of the episode.

Nevertheless, for smallville fans this episode has been long awaited for. It was probably never going match our expectations, but it was an amazing moment for the characters which was well set up by the previous seasons and episodes.


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