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Absolute Justice 

A man named Sylvester Pemberton tracks down Chloe and tells her he knows about her team of superheroes and needs their help. However, before he can explain who he is, he is attacked and ... See full summary »

Directors:

Tom Welling, Glen Winter

Writers:

Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman), Joe Shuster (character created by: Superman) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Welling ... Clark Kent
Allison Mack ... Chloe Sullivan
Erica Durance ... Lois Lane
Cassidy Freeman ... Tess Mercer
Callum Blue ... Zod (credit only)
Justin Hartley ... Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Pam Grier ... Amanda Waller
Phil Morris ... John Jones / Martian Manhunter
Alessandro Juliani ... Dr. Emil Hamilton
Michael Shanks ... Carter Hall / Hawkman
Brent Stait ... Kent Nelson / Dr. Fate
Britt Irvin ... Courtney Whitmore / Stargirl
Wesley MacInnes ... Cameron Mahkent / Icicle (as Wesley Macinnes)
Jim Shield ... Sylvester Pemperton / Star-Spangled Kid
Dean Redman ... Policeman
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Storyline

A man named Sylvester Pemberton tracks down Chloe and tells her he knows about her team of superheroes and needs their help. However, before he can explain who he is, he is attacked and killed by Icicle. Clark and Chloe's investigation leads Clark to the former headquarters of the Justice Society of America, an underground team of superheros, where he meets up with Nelson (AKA: Dr. Fate), Carter Hall (AKA: Hawkman) and Courtney (AKA: Star Girl). Courtney pleads with Hawkman and Dr. Fate to help her catch the killer that is targeting their group but they are reluctant to resume their duties as superheroes. Clark, John Jones, Green Arrow and Chloe team up to help the JSA stop Icicle before he murders another member of the group. Meanwhile, Lois receives a package from a mysterious agency called Checkmate, run by the shadowy Amanda Waller. Written by CW Publicity

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Alan Scott is referred to as the Golden Age Green Lantern. He is technically the first Green Lantern but is not as well known as his "successor" Hal Jordan. Scott drew his power from a magical ring and charged it with a magical battery. When the Golden Age of comics ended, the character was retooled as test pilot Hal Jordan, who would wield not a magical power ring, but one that was a technological creation of the Guardians of the Universe. The rings harnessed the green energy of Will, the most powerful force in the universe. The Guardians eventually divided the universe into 3600 sectors which are all guarded by their own Green Lantern to form the intergalactic police force known as the Green Lantern Corps. The sector that includes planet Earth is 2814. Scott never officially became a member of the Green Lantern Corps, but his daughter did. See more »

Goofs

Icicle mistakenly calls "Waller" "Walter". See more »

Quotes

Hawkman: [to Clark] Dr. Fate says you're a big deal. I don't see it.
Dr. Fate: Clark Kent is not like the others. His path is righteous.
Stargirl: If Dr. Fate says he's okay, that means he's okay, right?
Clark Kent: Why have you been watching us?
Stargirl: Sylvester wanted to bring together a new Justice Society - One with the surviving members and us new kids.
Hawkman: It wouldn't have worked, Courtney. People never learn. This generation will make the same mistakes the last one did like the one before that. Obvious by how you've skipped your homework, ...
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Best Smallville Episode Ever
6 February 2010 | by bxblazin69See all my reviews

I would definitely have to say that this episode was amazing. There definitely must be new writers on staff, because this was leap and bounds better then any other Smallville i have seen. I was starting to lose faith in this show, but i am glad to see they made a lot of changes. There was plenty of action and had a really good plot. And i loved the huge catalog of DC characters that were brought into the show which i am glad, because a show can get boring with the same characters for so long over many seasons. My only hope is that now the show continues with this pace, because now they have a lot to live up to. I would really like to see more of the same from here on with this show.


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