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Smallville 2001

A young Clark Kent struggles to find his place in the world as he learns to harness his alien powers for good and deals with the typical troubles of teenage life in Smallville...

Directors:
James Marshall, Greg Beeman, Mike Rohl, ...
Cast:
Cameron Bancroft, Ted Whittall, G. Patrick Currie, ...
Genres:
Drama, Romance, Adventure, ...
Countries:
USA, Canada

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Imdb rating: 7.5

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Latest Episode: Finale (s10e21) May 13, 2011

In Smallville's two-part series finale, Clark and Lois are getting ready for their wedding but not before Lois gets her "superhero's wife" cold feet. Meanwhile Oliver - secretly taken over

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May 13, 2011 Episode 21 Finale 22 links
May 6, 2011 Episode 20 Prophecy 20 links
April 29, 2011 Episode 19 Dominion 20 links
April 22, 2011 Episode 18 Booster 20 links
April 15, 2011 Episode 17 Kent 21 links
March 4, 2011 Episode 16 Scion 20 links
February 25, 2011 Episode 15 Fortune 20 links
February 18, 2011 Episode 14 Masquerade 17 links
February 11, 2011 Episode 13 Beacon 19 links
February 4, 2011 Episode 12 Collateral 21 links
December 10, 2010 Episode 11 Icarus 18 links
December 3, 2010 Episode 10 Luthor 17 links
November 19, 2010 Episode 9 Patriot 17 links
November 12, 2010 Episode 8 Abandoned 19 links
November 5, 2010 Episode 7 Ambush 17 links
October 29, 2010 Episode 6 Harvest 20 links
October 22, 2010 Episode 5 Isis 20 links
October 15, 2010 Episode 4 Homecoming 16 links
October 8, 2010 Episode 3 Supergirl 21 links
October 1, 2010 Episode 2 Shield 19 links
September 24, 2010 Episode 1 Lazarus 13 links

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@husseinali16 @husseinali16 haha srry, lil hussein:P
@GreekGuy wish he got her too
CHloe I meant LOL sham on me!!
Probably the best series to ever be cast on television. The entire cast is Beautiful, all the girls are gorgeous, almost all the guys are GQ's, and its superman's teenage years while he's developing his powers. Really an Amazing series, Gotham doesn't even hold a candle. I will truly miss this series. Only sour note, I wish Clark got with Claire, I absolutely adored her!
@CaptainHolland why did u had to spoil everything I was on season 3?
I was just waiting on his new profound power#!
I just finished watching the season 10 finale of Smallville. I spent the last couple of months basically zipping through it in catch-up mode like I have in the past for Star Trek DS9, Supernatural and other TV shows. As far as the overall series goes, I was extremely happy. Like DS9, the last 3-4 seasons were nothing short of outstanding, with government agencies hunting down superheroes, evil villains from distant parts of the galaxy wreaking havoc on Earth, alternate realities with even more evil Luthors lurking about, etc... It was prime entertainment, and as I approached the end of the final season, I found myself genuinely regretting that it was coming to an end.

Then I watched the two-part finale, and I couldn't believe my eyes. They absolutely butchered the end, with a half-@ssed closure of the big inhuman evil (The Darkside) plot, characters on both sides of the line with major unresolved story lines and more. They spent at least 20 minutes in three separate "character musings," where all they did was show flashbacks, seemingly random, from previous episodes.

The ending was soooo bad that it almost wiped out the enjoyment I'd taken away from the first 200+ episodes. When the final credits rolled, I wanted to throw something at my screen, sue the CW network and write a really nasty letter to the editor of The Daily Planet.

Disappointment...thy name is Smallville.
@Sunstroker @kentclark
That's about how I would describe it. I wasn't interested at all, until they were making a big deal about the finale. I was already somewhat disappointed by Lois & Clark.
I got ahold of the series and started watching it at my leisure, and was hooked. Some of it I found hard to swallow, but I couldn't help but keep clicking 'next' on my media player, and finding myself excited when they introduced new characters from the DC universe.
My biggest disappointment was what happened after the ending...nothing. Tom Welling grew to totally own the role, and would have been a natural to appear in a Superman movie, or even a TV show...not to mention the characters they introduce. Sometimes, in the last couple of seasons, especially, it's like watching a prequel to Legion of Superheroes cartoons that I grew up watching.
@Sunstroker I suggest people who didn't agree with this show back in the day to give it another watch. You mentioned the first 3-4 episodes, those are not even accurate representations of greatness that it turn it too lol. I did love the pilot though.
@kentclark I didn't watch this series while it was still running, for reasons that ranged from "I had too many other shows going" to "the previews made it look like a teeny soap opera." About a month ago, one of my good friends told me to sit down and watch the first 3-4 episodes, and if I didn't think it was worth continuing, he'd pay my bar tab when we went out on Friday.

So, a month later, I am now starting season 7, and am a total junkie for this show. I'm almost glad I didn't watch it while it was on TV, as I'm not sure I could wait a week for each episode.

Now, if you'll excuse me, it's time to check in on Kal-El and the rest of my favorite meteor freaks...
I could write a couple of paragraphs about why I love this show but I will spare everyone. This is one of the few shows that have run this long and have had the second half be better than the first half. (For the most part). Let me just say that I love this show enough to buy the entire box set on dvd and I'm cheap lol.
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