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Am I mistaken, or was there another episode with grown up Julian Luthor before this?
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Don't blame me, I voted Cthulhu
No, I know who your on about here, that was way back in season 2, can't remember the name though
EDIT: Lucas Luthor
McKay: "Don't stare, he hates it when people stare."
Sheppard: "Am I the only one who thinks it's strange we're working with an alien?"
McKay: "Intergatic hyperdrive technology is kind of new to us, so we need his help."
Sheppard: "Is he suppose to be naked like that?"
never heard of blue kryptonite
I thought gold kryptonite was the kind that removes their powers...
I'm going to say that "Julian" is a clone. His death was supposedly such a big deal in Lex's life. Somewhere in those earlier seasons it was emphasized. His mother killed him and Lex got blamed for it.
Can't believe the writers are just going to throw all that away.
IMO always implied.
"You know what would make a good story? Something about a clown who makes people happy, but inside he's real sad. Also, he has severe diarrhea." - Jack Handy
Reasonable episode. Glad they ended up getting rid of the mother though. His uncle mad a cool villain.
Didn't pick the editor as Lex's long lost little bro. Will have to wait and see how that one goes.
Shame Kara lost her memories.
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An alright episode, wasn't particularly great as far as plot goes but gave us a nice new villain and some kool action scenes. I didn't like the part about Kara though, the memory loss thing is so cliche by now.
sssmokinOriginally Posted by MarshAngel
aye, sometimes you'd almost believe the writers also suffered memory lossOriginally Posted by kirmit
This episode had a great story but was poorly executed.
First off, Blue kryptonite only effects Bizarro. It has the same effect on Bizarro as effect as green kryptonite has on Superman. Gold kryptonite removes powers, but when gold kryptonite removes powers, it is permanent (I think).
And why is it every kryptonion (sp?) fly as soon as they arrive on earth. I mean, Zor-el gets reborn, first thing he does, FLY! Also, Zor-el should have an evil looking goatee.
Finally, I am sick of memory lost stories.
Overall - 7/10
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Clark never felt motherless like that. HE HAS A MOTHER. A GREAT ONE.
This is so retarded. "I don't have a mommy!" Good grief. Just because they wrote Martha out of the show doesn't mean she doesn't still exist.
The writers love to constantly forget past events and sadly it looks like Martha might be one of them.
For example, Chloe got meteorfreak powers in a past episode, yet it came as a total shock (as if she never had them before) when they announced she'd have them in the Season 6 finale.
Decent episode... not the best. I wish the next episode would come out, though, because this whole forgetful Kara thing looks promising.