Smallville Episodes

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Smallville Season 9 episodes

Salvation Season 9, Episode 22

In the Season 9 finale, Zod claims to be the Blur and asks Lois to steal the Book of Rao from Clark; Lois asks Clark for full disclosure, but he refuses; Oliver disappears while he and Chloe attempt to fight the Kandorians by reconnecting Watchtower's satellites; Tess is seriously injured after confronting Zod; and Clark and Zod have a showdown as they battle for Earth. read more

Smallville Episode Recap: "Salvation" Season 9, Episode 21

When Zod unleashes his army of Kandorians in the Season 9 finale of Smallville, Chloe calls in some old friends to help Clark win the battle. Posing as the Blur, Zod asks Lois to steal the Book of Rao from Clark, though when she confronts his actions, he refuses full disclosure. Meanwhile, Oliver disappears as he and Chloe try to fight the Kandorians, and Tess gets burned while trying to stop Zod...

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Smallville Episode Recap: "Hostage" Season 9, Episode 20

In this week's episode of Smallville, Martha Kent returns to town with a surprising new boyfriend: Perry White, future editor-in-chief of the Daily Planet. Meanwhile, Chloe and Clark search for the Book of Rao in hopes that it will provide information on how to stop Zod, while Lois and Perry join forces for a story about the Red Queen...

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Smallville Episode Recap: "Sacrifice" Season 9, Episode 19

In this week's episode of Smallville, Chloe and Tess become trapped in Watchtower as the fortress locks down to prevent the Kandorians from accessing information. Elsewhere, Clark finds out the rest of the Kandorians now have powers, leading to a confrontation with Zod that leaves our favorite archer in green near death.

Due to a last minute vacation, I won't be able to post a full recap of "Sacrifice" until much later, so this week I'm asking for your help with the recap! Post your thoughts on the episode below and we'll discuss when I return.

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Smallville Episode Recap: "Charade" Season 9, Episode 18

In this episode of Smallville, the Blur's photo is snapped while Lois investigates the early prison release of ex-District Attorney Raymond Sacks. In an attempt to get the photo back, Lois and Clark run into Checkmate agent Maxwell Lord. Elsewhere, Chloe uncovers Zod's big secret.

The episode opens on Ray Sacks' welcome home party. The speakeasy environment speaks more than words on how much of a sleaze he is, but we already know he tried to kill... read more

Smallville Episode Recap: "Upgrade" Season 9, Episode 17

An explosion rocks this week's episode of Smallville, setting off events that leave Clark ready to reveal his secrets. While investigating one of Tess' labs on Zod's orders, Lois is saved by John Corben, aka Metallo, from an explosion. Tess and Chloe then enlist Metallo's help to prevent Clark from spilling his secrets after he takes Zod to the Fortress of Solitude...

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Smallville Episode Recap: "Checkmate" Season 9, Episode 16

In this week's episode of Smallville, Checkmate and Amanda Waller try to recruit Green Arrow by kidnapping him, but he escapes and enlists Clark and Chloe to investigate. With the help of John Jones and, begrudgingly, Tess, Clark learns that Agent Waller is after Watchtower and will kill Chloe unless she obtains the names of the rest of the Justice League...

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Smallville Episode Recap: "Escape" Season 9, Episode 15

Smallville returns with a screaming-good new episode. Lois and Clark's romantic getaway at a bed and breakfast is interrupted by the arrival of the Silver Banshee,  the vengeful spirit of a fallen Gaelic heroine who is accidentally released from the underworld. To top it off, Chloe and Oliver happen to be staying at the B&B as well. Meanwhile, Tess and Zod have a showdown... read more

Smallville Episode Recap: "Conspiracy" Season 9, Episode 14

In this week's episode of Smallville, a reanimated doctor kidnaps some of his captors to prove aliens really exist. He also takes gal reporter Lois Lane hostage when she refuses to publish a story proving his theory.

The episode opens on the front page of a newspaper that reads "Tower of Tomorrow Terminated." Clark meets with Faora, who is upset that the tower was destroyed, unbeknownst that Clark was actually the... read more

Smallville Episode Recap: "Persuasion" Season 9, Episode 13

When Clark is accidentally infected with gemstone kryptonite, which has wish-fulfilling properties, he makes Lois move in with him and sets an infected Chloe after Lois... read more

Smallville Episode Recap: "Warrior" Season 9, Episode 12

In Allison Mack's second spin at directing an episode of Smallville, Zatanna returns and meets Clark at a comic book convention where a copy of "Warrior Angel" that holds magical powers is stolen. Trouble ensues when the thief then transforms into Warrior Angel....

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Absolute Justice Season 9, Episode 11

Part 1 of 2. Clark, Chloe, Green Arrow and John Jones join forces with the Justice Society of America when the group of superheroes are targeted by the murderous Icicle. Meanwhile, Amanda Waller (Pam Grier), head of the shady agency Checkmate, sends Lois a package. read more

Disciple Season 9, Episode 10

Oliver squares off against the Dark Archer (Steve Bacic), his revenge-minded former mentor, whose nefarious plans endanger Lois, Chloe and Mia (Elise Gatien). read more

Pandora Season 9, Episode 9

Lois is kidnapped by Tess and forced to reveal what she learned during the weeks of her disappearance. She witnessed a future with Metropolis controlled by Zod and Clark left without his powers because of the red sun. With this information, Clark makes a big decision about Zod. read more

Idol Season 9, Episode 8

Clark decides to admit he is the Blur after botched crime-fighting assistance from superhero twins Zan (David Gallagher) and Jayna (Allison Scagliotti) lands him in trouble with the law. read more

Kandor Season 9, Episode 7

Jor-El (Julian Sands) meets Chloe at the Kent farm while searching for Clark. Meanwhile, Zod sets out to track down Jor-El, whom he believes is the Blur, and Clark tries to find his father before Zod does. read more

Crossfire Season 9, Episode 6

Oliver is double-crossed by Mia (Elise Gatien), aka Speedy, a young girl he tries to get off the streets by offering to train her. Meanwhile, Lois turns to Clark for help pursuing an on-air position, and they end up being offered a job as a team. read more

Roulette Season 9, Episode 5

Oliver is kidnapped by a woman named Victoria (Steph Song), aka Roulette, who warns him his life is in danger. Later, Oliver is arrested after Victoria is found dead, prompting him to seek help from Chloe. Meanwhile, Lois is upset with Clark for not telling her about Oliver's attempted suicide. read more

Echo Season 9, Episode 4

The Toyman (Chris Gautheir) crashes a Queen Industries party that Oliver is attending, and threatens to bomb the gala if Oliver doesn't admit he killed Lex. Meanwhile, Jor-El gives Clark the ability to hear what people are thinking. read more

Rabid Season 9, Episode 3

Lois is infected by a zombie plague unleashed on the city by Zod. Its cure lies in the blood of a Kryptonian, and Chloe begs Clark to help, even though he would risk revealing his identity to Zod. read more

Metallo Season 9, Episode 2

John Corben is mysteriously transformed into a man-machine with superhuman strength after being hit by a truck. He uses his new powers to hunt down the Red-Blue Blur and in the process kidnaps Lois, who is investigating the Blur on her own. read more

Savior Season 9, Episode 1

Season 9 opens with Clark ready to begin his training with Jor-El, who instructs him to first end things with Lois. Elsewhere, Lois returns to work with no memory of where she's been and meets a new reporter (Brian Austin Green) while on assignment; Clark refuses Chloe's request to turn back time to save Jimmy; Zod (Callum Blue) visits the Luthor home; and Oliver's dark turn continues. read more

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Premiered: September 21, 2006, on CW
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Superman's teen years as Clark Kent find him agonizing over his shy, uncertain persona while dealing with his evolving powers and an infatuation with classmate Lana Lang. Crisply paced and cast with appealing performers, `Smallville' is not at all campy and is often surprisingly moving as a conventional coming-of-age drama; it succeeds in adding creative twists to the young hero's life without compromising the adult pop icon's legend.



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