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While in an elevator at Luthor Corp with another girl during a class field trip, Clark is forced to use a few of his abilities when the cable of the elevator accidentally breaks and in the ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Welling ... Clark Kent
Kristin Kreuk ... Lana Lang
Michael Rosenbaum ... Lex Luthor
Sam Jones III ... Pete Ross
Allison Mack ... Chloe Sullivan
John Glover ... Lionel Luthor
Annette O'Toole ... Martha Kent
John Schneider ... Jonathan Kent
Ian Somerhalder ... Adam Knight
Sarah Carter ... Alicia Baker
Lynda Boyd ... Mrs. Baker
Paul Perri ... John Baker
Françoise Yip ... Dr. Lia Teng
Camille Mitchell ... Sheriff Nancy Adams
Kate Robbins Kate Robbins ... Teacher


While in an elevator at Luthor Corp with another girl during a class field trip, Clark is forced to use a few of his abilities when the cable of the elevator accidentally breaks and in the process, the student, Alicia Baker, witnesses Clark's ability of heat vision and punching through steel and in return, Alicia 'teleports' herself and Clark out of the elevator. Clark confides his secret to Alicia who confides her secret of being a meteor-rock mutant with the ability of teleportation. Soon, Clark and Alicia start to get closer and he starts to really think that Alicia could be the one for him. But Alicia on the other hand, turns out to be an obsessed sociopath who wants Clark... NO MATTER WHAT! When Clarke starts to realize Alicia's obsession with him, he decides to put an end to their brief relationship. But Alicia won't settle for second and sets off to kill Clark's true love Lana. Elsewhere, Lana finds a journal that Adam has and finds out that he has been spying on her and Clark.... Written by fonzdaman

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18 February 2004 (USA) See more »

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Earlier in the episode Lana is looking through Adam's journal which contains entries through at least the end of January. However, when Clark is taking Alicia home after their date, there are Christmas lights up due to filming during the holidays. See more »


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Just Kiss Me
25 February 2007 | by TomilolaSee all my reviews

This was a very good episode. It was one of the funniest of this season and there were scenes that were just laugh out loud funny. The scene with Clark and Alicia in his room was very funny, hence my title. The whole episode went smoothly without unnecessary additions and stupid scenarios, which we've been getting a lot of this season. Two annoying things though, about this episode and a lot of the previous ones. One is that whenever anyone needs help the first person they run to is Lex to use his connections, money, etc to help them out. Yet whenever he uses these, they hold it against him and that's just so annoying. And the fact that he keeps helping is, I think, silly and a bit unrealistic (though he did refuse to help Clark/Pete in the previous episode). Secondly most of the krypton-infected people turn out to be psychos with just 1 or 2 exceptions. Overall however, very good, well-written and funny episode.

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