Clark examines a rural hamlet where blue kryptonite in the water has no known negative effects. However when a bell rings, tho local deputy regretfully knocks out the nosy reporter 'at the ... See full summary »

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Clark examines a rural hamlet where blue kryptonite in the water has no known negative effects. However when a bell rings, tho local deputy regretfully knocks out the nosy reporter 'at the wrong time and place'. Lois has a car crash nearby and is nursed by an Amish family. Yet when she wants to leave, she discovers their chilling true intention, as the extremely aberrant sect does with one female every year. In the Luthor mansion, Alexander insists to be called Lex and his aging condition requires 'regular' birthday parties. Mercer's plan to give him a cure if the original lex's research allows so is reconsidered as she realizes this clone may be too perfect. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Lois is trying to convince the religious fanatics to let her and Clark go, the "bible verse" she quotes is actually from Pulp Fiction, part of Jules's "Ezekiel 25:17" monologue. See more »

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At the end of the episode, Lois is holding a copy of The Daily Planet with the cover facing away from her. In the next shot it's facing towards her and in the next shot it's facing away again. See more »

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Lois Lane: Our "Twilight Zone" acid trip to the, uh, Phantom prison - that place was...
Clark Kent: Kryptonian.
Lois Lane: Mm. And that horny-toad-looking thing that crashed Chloe and Jimmy's wedding?
Clark Kent: Kryptonian.
Lois Lane: Mm. And the spaceship that I found in the woods near the dam?
Clark Kent: Also Kryptonian, but it wasn't mine - it was my cousin's.
Lois Lane: Sorry about the third degree, Clark. It's just not every week a girl learns her boyfriend's an...
Clark Kent: Alien? And you're still okay with that?
Lois Lane: Are you kidding me? It's like dating a god or Bono.
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References Children of the Corn (1984) See more »

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Can't Take My Eyes Off You
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Written by Cary Brothers
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low of the season
30 October 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I think I understand the premise of this episode: Clarke without powers in the episode after he proclaims his ability to Lois. What will happen? Although there is something quaint with such a premise, is seemed rather unnecessary. I didn't need a Amish cult to prove that Clarke and Lois love one another sacrificially with or without powers; it has been proved throughout the last two seasons.

The sub plot involving Tess Mercer and young Lex was less compelling than it was confusing. In a series which seems to veer away from fatalism (Clake), the writers seemed quite keen for other characters always to be evil.

In the overall arch of the season so far I felt this was a somewhat an ebb. This is season 10; it is no time for plateau episodes, nor recapping what we already know. Get on with it!


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