Blog: Everything You Need to know about Smallville is in the Pilot

Just think about it.

-Clark Kent doesn’t just love his women…he obsesses, he worships, he stalks his women.

-We’re gonna spend a lotta time in that loft introspecting. About evrathin’.

-Clark will always take Lana back.

-Lana Lang always gets to be a perpetual victim, and gets a pass on everything she does, no matter how weird, unethical, or immoral.Smallville Pilot Clark Kent Tom Welling DT2ComicsChat

-No one will call Lana on anything because she’s so hot.

-Nobody on this show seems to know how to knock on a door.

-Every man that Lana touches that’s not Clark or Lex immediately gets a target painted on their chest.

-Michael Rosenbaum is the best live action Lex Luthor ever. Period. Dot. The end.

-Lionel Luthor is the best original character created for the show, followed by Chloe Sullivan.

-Chloe Sullivan is nosy, controlling, and fixated on Clark. She also believes that everybody’s else’s business is intrinsically her business.

-It doesn’t really matter how many chairs are in the orchestra, Chloe will always be playing second fiddle.

-This version of Pete Ross is an absoLUTEly useless character.

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-Kryptonite is absolutely everywhere. Anyone can get access to it. It doesn’t matter how much or how little it is, it will stop Clark dead in his tracks.

-Nobody will ever know what Jor-El is talking about. Or what he really wants.

-There will be a million Kryptonian symbols and artifacts around. And they all ultimately won’t mean a thing.

-Whoever the super powered adversary is, they will always be waaaay more comfortable with their powers than Clark is with his.

-Superman just cannot deal with nor accept who he is; and for whatever reason, he will not fly.Smallville Pilot Clark Kent Tom Welling DT2ComicsChat

-Clark Kent will always believe that everything that happens in Smallville, and every thing that happens in or around him is totally and completely 100% his fault.

-Martha and Johnathan Kent are inarguably the very heart of this show.

 

ABSOLUTELY NONE OF WHAT I SAID CHANGES IN TEN YEARS!!!!!


5 thoughts on “Blog: Everything You Need to know about Smallville is in the Pilot

  • April 13, 2011 at 8:54 am
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    I take it that you watched the reairing of the pilot. I started watching it when Clark saw the Wall of Weird. How nice did the show look back then. Don’t know it’s the cameras or what, but it looked so much better than now.

    Anyway, we’ve said many times that there are a lot of hints of how this show would handle things in this episode.

    I laughed at the Pete part. But, I feel he probably was more useful in Offscreenville as an actual friend. But, like I’ve said before, it’s kinda odd how these people are all friends since we hardly see them do things that friends would normally do.

    I laughed at Chloe telling Clark everyone has secerets. I mean, coming from her, that line is gold.

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    • April 13, 2011 at 9:05 am
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      It actually wasn’t on on Friday in Chicago, got pre-empted; I watched it Saturday night. And you’re 100% right, the look of the show was incredible; bright, clean, sunlight, crisp, and I love love love early season Smallville music.

      True, but we always thought it was gonna change/get better.

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      • April 13, 2011 at 1:34 pm
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        No problem.

        I remember goodm0urning over at IMDb tuning in for the first time in a while with, I think “Savior” or whatever last season’s finale was called, and he talked about how dark the show has gotten figuratively and literally. The show just used to look amazing.

        If the show had different priorities, it would’ve gotten better. If years from now someone tries to do an early years thing again, I hope they look at SV to see what not to do.

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        • April 13, 2011 at 2:11 pm
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          If years from now someone tries to do an early years thing again, I hope they look at SV to see what not to do.

          ^THIS.

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