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An old Kent family friend, who suffers from uncontrollably violent convulsions after working for Luthor Corp., shows up on the farm after accidentally killing a man in Metropolis. Meanwhile, when Clark’s parents head to the city for a romantic getaway, the teen decides to host a party that soon gets out of hand.
When Jodi decides to shed some weight, she resolves to eat only the vegetables in her family’s greenhouse, unaware that the soil has been poisoned by kryptonite. As the pounds melt away and Jodi’s appetite grows, regular food isn’t enough to satisfy her hunger and she seeks live prey—aided by jaws that expand like a snake’s when she attacks. Clark’s friend Pete finds himself in harm’s way when he develops a romantic interest in the newly svelte teen.
While volunteering at a nursing home, he meets a blind resident who is rumored to be able to see the future. When Clark touches the woman’s hand, she warns her guest that someone close to him will die soon. The prediction so unnerves Clark that he asks his parents to leave the dangerous farm work to him. His fears become intensified when he visits the woman again and has his own vision of the gravestones of his family and friends. Meanwhile, another resident regains his youth after falling into a lake lined with kryptonite and sets out to settle an old score.
After falling through the ice and nearly drowning, a teen finds that he cannot keep himself warm without extracting heat from an outside source—mainly other people. Meanwhile, Lex persuades Clark to ask Lana out on a platonic date.
Clark battles intense headaches as he tries to adjust to his emerging power of X-ray vision, an ability that he cannot control. Also, Lex is framed for an armed robbery by a teenage girl who can take on the appearance of anyone she chooses. Elsewhere, Lana finds her mother’s journal and accuses her aunt of lying to her.
Clark takes to the gridiron in this offbeat look at sportsmanship. The future Man of Steel is asked to join his high-school football team after the head coach sees Clark fire a pass to another player. Jonathan, however, refuses to sign the permission slip, fearing Clark might accidentally hurt another player or inadvertently show off his powers. Determined to play, the teen defies his father’s wishes and gets his mother to sign the slip. What Clark doesn’t know is that the coach has some powers of his own, and he’s using them to cover up a cheating scandal involving his players.
A bug-loving teen is infused with superpowers after a bizarre accident, and the boy sets out to steal Lana’s heart and dispose of her current boyfriend, an intimidating jock who warns the “bug boy” to stay away from Lana. Meanwhile, Lex asks the Kents to cater a party he is throwing.
A spaceship crashes in Smallville, Kansas during a meteor shower. A boy emerges from the ship. He is adopted and named Clark. When he is fourteen, he learns where he came from. He has a crush on Lana. He saves Lex’s life. Chloe records the strange things that have happened since the meteor shower. The football team makes Clark a scarecrow by tying him to a cross in a cornfield. Jeremy Creek tries to electrocute everyone with his bare hands.
The WB has released the promotional photos of Season 1 featuring Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, Kristin Kreuk, Allison Mack, Sam Jones III, Eric Johnson, John Schneider and Annette O’Toole.
Info Gallery Info Personal Life born Michael Owen Rosenbaum on July 11, 1972 in Oceanside, New York his mother, Julie, is a writer, and his father, Mark, worked in pharmaceuticals has a brother named Eric has a degree in theatre [...]
Info Gallery Info Personal Life born Kristin Laura Kreuk in Vancouver, British Columbia on December 30, 1982 her father, Peter Kreuk, is of Dutch descent; her mother, Deanna Che, is of Chinese descent, but she was born in Indonesia [...]
Info Gallery Info Personal Life born Thomas John Patrick Welling in New York on April 26, 1977 attended school in Okemos High School, Michigan where he started acting in plays played baseball, soccer and basketball one of four children his brother, [...]