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Smallville: The Complete Ninth Season

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I am ECSTATIC that Smallville has been renewed for Season 10! Not only is it good entertainment, but it’s a refreshing diversion from all the murder/mystery solving cop shows and vampire shows we have been inundated with (excluding The Mentalist) of course. :)

I have all seasons of Smallville on DVD and really enjoy watching it again and again from Episode 1. There’s great chemistry between Clark and Lois..Clark gets to let his guard down and be real, and Lois…well, Erica Durance is the PERFECT choice for Lois…she cracks me up! It’s just fun watching them together. Chloe and Oliver have great chemistry, as well..I’m liking it. :)

You know, whether or not Clark wears the tights and red cape and flies is really up to the writers, and I have read somewhere that if and when this happens, it will be at the end of Season 10…can’t wait!! Tom Welling, is the PERFECT Clark Kent…he’s big and strong, and has the perfect looks…actually, he’s one of the most beautiful men to ever walk the earth.

I hate that the bashers, with 1 star ratings, have brought Smallville’s ratings down….it’s an AMAZING show with absolutely AMAZING actors…ZOD, TESS, OLIVER, LEX, LIONEL, MARTHA, JOHN…I could go on and on.

As I said, I can’t WAIT for Season 10. A lot of characters will be returning and lot’s of good (and bad) things happening…it should be good, fun entertainment, and well deserving of a 5-Star rating!

Rating: 5 / 5

It’s hard to believe that this show has gone on for 9 years, but the writing and the acting just keep getting better. Just like the last season, Clark Kent is one step closer to his destiny as Superman. The big overarching plot this season was the threat of the Kandorians, led by Major Zod. Smallville fans will recognize the name, if not the rank, of the big bad guy. That’s because he’s a clone of the evil traitor who tried to overthrow Krypton around the time Kal-El (Clark) was born. So he’s going to be the worst villian in Kryptonian history, maybe. It’s the reoccuring Smallville theme of destiny and fate. If you are destined to do something, do you do it or make your own destiny? Clark has been told since season 1 that he is destined to be this great hero and champion and symbol of hope. Most of the main plots of every season are about Clark finding out about his destiny and what he does to either embrace it or fight against it. So it is with the bad guys. Lex Luthor is destined to be Superman’s arch-enemy. So even though we saw 5-6 seasons of Lex trying to overcome his dark nature and maintain some kind of friendship with Clark, we knew he was eventually going to be bad. Same with Davis Bloome, aka Doomsday. He was trying to fight his nature of being the ultimate destroyer. But ultimately, he, too, had to succomb to his destiny. In this season, it is Zod. This “Major Zod” has not made all the bad choices that “General Zod” did back on Krypton. But we know what he is to become. Will he make the same choices or will he change his fate?

The main highlights for me were the so-called “filler” episodes that focused more on Lois and Clark’s budding relationship than on the threat of the Kandorians. What I like about the writing is the continual shout-outs to fans of Superman, comics, and TV/Movies. Like the “Resident Evil” episode (#3 Rabid), the “What a Woman Wants” episode (#4 Echo), “the Game” episode (#5 Roulette), the “He said/She said” episode (#6 Crossfire), and the “Big” episode (#12 Warrior). For comic book fans, they converted an old Hawkeye story for Green Arrow (#10 Disciple) and brought Metallo, Silver Banshee, and the JSA all into the Smallville story.

Something must be said about the black costume. Clark has embraced his heroic destiny by saving people, just not openly. So he is no longer the “Red-Blue Blur”, just “the Blur”. The Black costume represents his keeping to the shadows. When he finally reveals himself to the world as “Superman”, he will likely change his costume into the red, blue, and gold costume we are familiar with. He’s close, but not quite there yet.

As with any long running show, there are elements that some people don’t like. Some people dislike the unique elements where Smallville differs from regular Superman lore. They want the show to move faster towards the classic tales that we know and love. Others dislike rehashing the old Superman mythos and want Smallville to remain true to the unique stories they created and not cave to pressure to become “the Adventures of Superman” or “Lois and Clark”. I think Season 9 balances those two viewpoints well. Fans of the show will enjoy most, if not all of it. And if you haven’t watched Smallville before, go back and watch all previous 8 seasons. It is well-worth the investment of time and money.
Rating: 5 / 5

I have to say I have very much enjoyed watching, “Smallville Season 9”. I hope that it continues into season 10. When are we ever going to see Clark become “Superman” and of course fly? From what I understand, Tom Welling will stay forever on the ground and never fly. I could be wrong. I have enjoyed watching the show from the beginning and will continue to watch it. I have every season and will of course buy Season 9 when it becomes available.

The characters this season have honestly fired up the season. The growing romance between Clark and Lois is getting much better. Keep it up. I will watch this show and continue to watch it even after it is gone. I hope it stays on for a long time to come.

Rating: 5 / 5

The ninth season of “Smallville” is loaded with episodes that are either very good or great, with maybe three shows(literally) that are awful.

The season kicks off with “Savior,” a show that does not feature Clark strongly but is a great introduction for (at first)Major Zod. Here played by very talented British actor Callum Blue, this season marks the first time the iconic “Superman” villain has truly appeared on the series(he was first mentioned in Season Five, and very briefly played by Lex Luthor actor Michael Rosenbaum at the end of Season Five and the beginning of Season Six). Zod’s interactions with the show’s resident conflicted antagonist Tess Mercer in this episode and throughout the season are fun to watch.

Other highlights for the season include “Metallo,” in which Brian Austin Green(“Beverly Hills 90210,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”) plays the “Superman” antagonist very well. Other great episodes include “Crossfire” and “Idol,” the latter episode featuring the Wonder Twins Zan and Jayna for the first time on “Smallville.” I had real doubts about this pair on the show, but it works beautifully. “Charade” is a magnificent introduction for comic book character Maxwell Lord, and “Hostage” returns to Mr. Lord and also brings back two longtime favorites who had been absent from the show. Additionally, “Absolute Justice” is a series milestone. Two episodes (“Society and “Legends”)seamlessly woven into the series’ first genuine two-hour episode by comic book writer Geoff Johns, it is an awesome event that also features Pam Grier as villain Amanda Waller.

The three weakest episodes of the season are “Rabid,” “Warrior,” and “Escape.” These shows are a bad combination of trite and offensive which stick out badly in an otherwise terrific season.

Also featuring a great season finale called “Salvation” and notably the first season to give star Tom Welling official producing credits, the ninth season of “Smallville” is virtually flawless.
Rating: 5 / 5

Everyone who’s seen this season dislikes something about it. And, just like any season of Smallville, there are plenty of things to dislike. Plotholes, filler episodes, etc. However, the show’s ninth season shines for what it gets right.

Finally, we see Tom Welling wearing the S. That’s worth a thousand points right there. Sure, the man-in-black look might seem strange at first (The Batman comparisons have been overdone). However, when you look at the end of season eight, it really does make sense. The last time we saw Clark, he had just left Jimmy’s funeral. Mourning (and, therefore, dressed in black) he announced that his human identity was finished. Naturally, when we see him at the start of season nine, he has jumped headfirst into his Kryptonian identity, sporting the S shield while retaining the black clothes. You can say he’s mourning the “death” of Clark Kent. You can say he’s mourning Jimmy. You can say whatever you want. But no mater what you say, you can’t deny that any outfit with the S emblem is a step above the red-and-blue ensemble we’ve been overexposed to since the beginning.

Clark’s character is really the strongest part of this season. He doesn’t take the backseat as much as he did in the earlier seasons (namely seven). We finally see him standing up for his beliefs and sticking to them. He comes to some very Superman-ly decisions; he thinks things through. Most importantly, he makes me believe that he could be a superhero by the end of next year. Let’s hope the writers don’t mess that up.

Another strong point of the season is the Lois and Clark relationship. Sure, it has its missteps. There are a few scenes where the chemistry seems off. This is probably due to poor directing. In the majority of the scenes, however, Tom Welling and Erica Durance go together like… well, Lois and Clark. It’s fun to watch, and it reminds us viewers of their impending destiny.

Zod is a wonderful villain played marvelously by Callum Blue. His story is told too slowly or too quickly at times. However, his performances are consistently great to watch. I only wish he could have interacted with the main cast more often. Instead, we get scene after scene with him and Tess. Initially, this is fun. Eventually, however, their relationship is confusing and (to be honest) boring. What does he want? What does she want? Who knows?

In fact, that’s the biggest problem of season nine: determining the characters’ motivations. Tess in particular is nearly impossible to figure out. One day, she’s helping Clark save the world. The next day, she’s helping Zod. The day after that… your guess is as good as mine. Chloe is in a similar rut, as well. I’ve consistently liked her character until this season. Gone is the fun, eager-to-help Chloe. She has been replaced with a rather abrasive, confusing character who I cannot identify with whatsoever. Sure, the death of her husband could be to blame for this. But Jimmy is literally mentioned a couple of times throughout the entire season. In my opinion, Clark seems to mourn for Jimmy’s death more than anyone; Chloe gets three new love interests this season, if you really think about it. Only one of them amounts to anything past an episode or so, but still… It’s pretty unsettling to think that the Chloe I have enjoyed viewing for so many years has become so shallow and fickle. The writers definitely lose some points on that one.

Oliver, as usual, takes up way too much screen time for my liking and only serves to weigh the story down. It is enjoyable, at times, to watch him talk things out with Clark. More often than not, however, he seems to slow down the show’s pace and I find myself wishing he would just go away for awhile. No offense to Justin Hartley. He’s a great actor and I really do like Oliver as a character. I just think it’s time for Clark to be the definitive star of the show.

That’s the problem I had with this year’s big promotion episode: Absolute Justice. Technically, it’s two episodes. Some will even claim that it’s a movie, but it’s really not. If you take Absolute Justice out of context, it makes absolutely no sense to any viewers unfamiliar with Smallville. In fact, it makes little sense to followers of the show. It’s eighty-something minutes of information about characters that, in my opinion, aren’t that interesting. Does Smallville really need Hawkman and Stargirl? Come on.

Aside from these hiccups, season nine is a vast improvement over season eight. The majority of its episodes are a blast to watch, and it’s wonderful to watch Clark move closer and closer to his destiny. The music this year has been top-notch, just like the special effects and (most of) the acting. The producers really brought a darker tone to the show this year, and I think it’s been great for Smallville. Not to mention that the plotholes are nowhere near as numerous as the loose ends tied. This season, we learn why Clark can’t fly yet. We see Martha Kent again. We see Perry White return the favor he’s been owing to Clark for seasons. And… (spoiler ahead) we get some teases as to Lex’s whereabouts.

Bottom line, check out season nine. If you’ve watched Smallville this long, you owe it to yourself anyway.
Rating: 4 / 5

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