Smallville: Season 10, Episode 5

Isis (22 Oct. 2010)

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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 ... 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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Clark Kent: All my life I've been afraid, Lois. Afraid of people knowing the truth about me. Afraid of them rejecting me, and even if they didn't, still losing them. I've been afraid of everything I can't control. But when I was faced with the idea of losing you forever, it made me realize there's something I'd regret more than anything else, and that's not telling you the truth about me. 'Cause that's the only way we could share a life together. I know the odds are stacked against us and we'd be risking ...
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Isis
7 May 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is just a standard filler story for the most part. Smallville has produced many episodes in the past with characters possessed. Some are a lot of fun like "Spirit" from season 4, some are terrible like "Spell" from season 4, and some are just average like "Bloodline" from season 8. "Isis" falls under the 'Slightly Above Average and Passably Entertaining Smallville Character Gets Possessed By a Spirit or Entity' episode. For the record, I guarantee that will never be a major award. This episode was written by Genevieve Sparling, who usually misses the mark on her scripts. On her resume, "Isis" is a crowning achievement. After the opening 4 episodes of this season, which all built a strong story, throwing a cheesy filler episode could have been a mistake, but everyone involved seems to know just how cheesy the idea is, so the finished product never comes across too serious. If you want to see an entertaining Smallville possession story, this is a good one to check out. If you hate these kind of episodes, be sure to catch at least the final scene, which will go down as one of the key moments in the history of Smallville.


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