Friday, November 11, 2005

Crazy4Smallville's Weekly Review 5:7 Splinter

Season 5
Episode 7

I really enjoyed this episode. I think Welling did an excellent job sinking into the depths of the dark side. I loved how everything flipped – and the good guys were the bad guys and the bad guys were the heroes.

Clark/Dr. Fine – Wow, did he know how to manipulate Clark? He played every little card perfectly. He gave Clark the answer at the beginning with Judas/Christ, but Clark was thinking of the wrong person. He was thinking about Lex, instead of Dr. Fine himself. Twice Fine told him that he could trust him, I’m assuming there’s one more before a denial is given and a truth revealed.

Clark/Chloe – It’s obvious that Clark still has some reservations about Chloe, but hopefully her actions have put an end to those concerns. The look on his face when he hugged her said it all. I just hope they aren’t words of prophecy. I love the parent’s reaction to Chloe knowing. That was hilarious.

Clark/Kent’s – I think that Clark owes his parents a huge apology. He smacked his mother across the room and nearly killed his father. He’d be grounded for a very, very long time if he were my son, silver K or not.

Clark/Lex – At least we know that Clark is truly suspicious of Lex, and not just about finding out about him, but about Lana too. That’s just part of human nature – you know when someone’s after your mate – yet Clark isn’t human is he? It was good to see that Lex stood his ground, but how much more does he have to know about Clark? I’m pretty sure he knows enough to write a book by now. The tear that welled up in Lex’s eyes when he thought Clark killed Lana was priceless.

Clark/Lana – it is very clear that neither truly trusts each other. Lana keeps her secrets and Clark keeps his, and eventually those secrets will kill any relationship they have. I just wonder how much Lana already knows about Clark!

Does red or silver Kryptonite have any effect on humans, like green does?

This has been Crazy4Smallville’s weekly review. Till Next Time!