Posts Tagged ‘Season 2’

Smallville: The Complete Series DVD Out This Fall

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

TV Guide has reported that theĀ Smallville: The Complete Series DVD is coming out this fall. In addition to all 218 episodes, the massive 62-disc(!) set includes the following special features:

  • 90-minute series retrospective with new cast and crew interviews
  • Commemorative issue of the Daily Planet, created by DC Comics
  • 2010 Comic-Con International panel
  • Episode guide with production art (storyboards and sketches) and behind the scenes photos
  • Previously unseen Superboy pilot from 1961

Not convinced that this super set needs to be part of your collection? This trailer should do the trick.

Smallville: The Complete Seasons 1-8 for $144.99

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

“Smallville: The Complete Seasons 1-8″ on DVD is the featured Deal of the Day at Amazon.com. This offer is valid today only, September 28, 2010, and while supplies last.

The Deal of the Day price is just $144.99 for the set–70% off the list price of $479.98.

Learn more about the deal

“Smallville” DVDs on Sale, Save 58%

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Fans can now complete their DVD collection of “Smallville” at 58% off discount. The box sets of Seasons 1 to 8 are $19.95 each now (regular price is $47.95) at WB Shop. The “TV on DVD Sale” will be until September 13th so don’t miss this opportunity to complete your DVD collection.

“Smallville” will return on September 24th at 8/7c on the CW.

2.23 Exodus

Tuesday, May 20th, 2003

Airdate: May 20, 2003
Written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar; Directed by Greg Beeman

Episode Info

News flash! You’ve always been in love with Lana. I tried to deny it, thinking that maybe we could work something out, but…It’s like fate, Clark. Inevitable, but always surprising when it actually happens. – Chloe

CLARK MAKES A DECISION ABOUT HIS DESTINY – A sense of foreboding surrounds Smallville as Clark must choose between staying with Lana and his family or fulfilling his destiny to rule the Earth. Meanwhile, Lex and Helen plan their upcoming wedding, but outside forces may ultimately keep them apart. Also, a hurt Chloe considers Lionel’s offer to investigate Clark.

Guest Stars

Emmanuelle Vaugier (Dr. Helen Bryce)
Terence Stamp (The Voice of Jor-El)
Rekha Sharma (Dr. Harden)
Dan Payne (LexCorp Airport Security)
Arnie Walters (Reverend)
Ivana Paduch (LuthorCorp Cave Scientist)

Featured Music

Take Me Away (Acoustic) by Lifehouse
Strange and Beautiful (I’ll Put a Spell on You) by Aqualung
Weapon by Matthew Good Band
Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring by Bach
High On Sunshine by Kelly Brock
Bridal Chorus (Slow Version) by Wagner

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2.22 Calling

Tuesday, May 13th, 2003

Airdate: May 13, 2003
Written by Kenneth Biller; Directed by Terrence O’Hara

Episode Info

Maybe some of us want to celebrate the day you came into our lives. – Lana

CLARK’S SECRET IS REVEALED IN PART ONE OF THE SEASON FINALE – Dr. Walden wakes up from his coma and tells Lex and Lionel that Clark is an alien and must be destroyed. Meanwhile, a romantic encounter between Clark and Lana hints at a promising future, but after Chloe finds out they are together, Lana pulls back.

Guest Stars

Emmanuelle Vaugier (Dr. Helen Bryce)
Terence Stamp (The Voice of Jor-El)
Rob LaBelle (Dr. Frederick Walden)
David Lewis (Dr. Marcus)
Sandra Ferens (Coroner)
James Tsai (Technician)

Featured Music

Everything To Me by Elza
Telling You Now by Jessy Moss
Signs of Love by Moby
Wastin’ My Time by Boomkat
In This Life by Chantal Kreviazuk

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2.21 Accelerate

Tuesday, May 6th, 2003

Airdate: May 6, 2003
Written by Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer; Directed by James Marshall

Episode Info

She’s being haunted by a girl who died six years ago. – Clark

LANA IS VISITED BY A GHOST FROM HER PAST – After Lana is visited by the ghost of a childhood friend, she turns to Clark for help in uncovering the truth about her new visitor. However, after Clark realizes the little girl is actually a kryptonite-enhanced clone, he rushes to save Lana before the revenge-seeking child harms her. Lex learns that Lionel is funding the krypto-cloning research.

Guest Stars

Camille Mitchell (Sheriff Nancy Adams)
Jade Unterman (Young Lana)
Jodelle Ferland (Emily Dinsmore)
Neil Flynn (Pete Dinsmore)
Ingrid Torrance (Wedding Planner)

Featured Music

I’m With You by Avril Lavigne

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2.20 Witness

Tuesday, April 29th, 2003

Airdate: April 29, 2003
Written by Mark Verheiden; Directed by Rick Wallace

Episode Info

Okay, the only time you’re this quiet is when you’re sleeping. What’s up? – Lana

CLARK MEETS HIS MATCH – Clark stumbles upon a robbery of a LuthorCorp truck carrying kryptonite and is stunned to realize he can’t stop the thieves because they are as strong as he is. To keep Clark from going to the police, the thugs attack Jonathan and Martha, leaving Clark feeling powerless and desperate for a way to protect his parents.

Guest Stars

Patrick Cassidy (Henry Small)
Camille Mitchell (Sheriff Nancy Adams)
Eileen Pedde (Jennifer Small)
Zachery Ty Bryan (Eric Marsh)
Woody Jeffreys (Jack)
Nicholas Harrison (John)

Featured Music

No Room To Bleed by Ben Lee
Swing, Swing by The All-American Rejects
Anybody Listening by Marty Irwin and Peter Northcote
Safe Enough To Wake Up by The Ben Taylor Band
The World Outside by Paloalto
No Blue Sky by The Thorns
Gone Away by Stretch Nickel
Chariot by Gavin Degraw

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2.19 Precipice

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003

Airdate: April 22, 2003
Written by Clint Carpenter; Directed by Thomas J. Wright

Episode Info

Welcome to Smallville, where you stop the crime, you do the time. – Pete

CLARK MISUSES HIS POWERS AND CAUSES A SERIOUS INJURY – After Lana is almost assaulted by a college student, Clark loses control and injures the boy. When the Kents are sued for punitive damages that could cost them the farm, Clark begins to question his powers while trying to find a way out of the lawsuit. Meanwhile, Helen’s ex- boyfriend arrives in town intent on winning her back, but when she turns him down, he stabs her, prompting Lex to take the law into his own hands.

Guest Stars

Emmanuelle Vaugier (Dr. Helen Bryce)
Camille Mitchell (Sheriff Nancy Adams)
Julian Christopher (Dr. MacIntyre)
Michael Adamthwaite (Andy Arthur)
Anson Mount (Paul Hayden)
Peter Kent (Meechum)
Chris Harrison (Punk)
P.J. Prinsloo (Punk)
Michael Soltis (Deputy Nees)

Featured Music

Princess by Matt Nathanson
Let Me Be the One by Sammi Morelli
Don’t Forget Me by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Boom by Jan Cyrka
Becoming by Adam Tenenbaum
Shakedown! by The Start
(Don’t Fear the) Reaper by Gus

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2.18 Visitor

Tuesday, April 15th, 2003

Airdate: April 15, 2003
Written by Philip Levens; Directed by Rick Rosenthal

Episode Info

You give me hope for this world, Clark. I wish there were more people like you here. – Cyrus

CLARK BELIEVES HE HAS FOUND ANOTHER FROM HIS PLANET – After a schoolmate claims to be an alien and seemingly backs it up by using heat vision, Clark investigates and begins to believe that the guy is from his planet Krypton. Meanwhile, after Helen discovers a locked room in the mansion she demands to know what is behind it, forcing Lex to come clean about his investigation of Clark.

Guest Stars

Emmanuelle Vaugier (Dr. Helen Bryce)
Kwesi Ameyaw (Darius)
Jeremy Lelliott (Cyrus Krupp)
Chad Faust (Kyle)
Jake Moyer (Bully #3)
Kris Pope (Todd)

Featured Music

Diamonds and Guns by Transplants
Wartime by Stephanie Simon
Phantasmagoria In Two by Neil Halstead
Kiss The Moon by Hathaway
The Other Side by David Gray

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2.17 Rosetta

Tuesday, February 25th, 2003

Airdate: February 25, 2003
Written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar; Directed by James Marshall

Episode Info

You won’t find the answers by looking at the stars. It’s a journey you’ll have to take by looking inside yourself. You must write your own destiny, Kal-El. – Dr. Swann

BIG-SCREEN SUPERMAN CHRISTOPHER REEVE GUEST-STARS – Determined to find out where he came from, Clark travels to New York to meet Dr. Swann, a brilliant scientist who holds a message for Clark from his home planet. Meanwhile Lana decides to move out of Chloe’s house after the two girls get into another argument about Clark.

Guest Stars

Christopher Reeve (Dr. Virgil Swann)
Rob LaBelle (Dr. Frederick Walden)
Barclay Hope (Doctor)
Joe MacLeod (Delivery Boy)

Featured Music

Leaving Town Alive by Pancho’s Lament
The Scientist by Coldplay
Nuclear by Ryan Adams
Satellite by Kid Lightning
Superman Theme by John Williams

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2.16 Fever

Tuesday, February 18th, 2003

Airdate: February 18, 2003
Written by Matthew Okumura; Directed by Bill Gereghty

Episode Info

I’ll put the ship between the old Betamax and my dad’s Pong game. Indiana Jones couldn’t find it down there. – Pete

MARTHA’S SECRET IS REVEALED – Clark rushes to find an antidote after Martha is infected with a toxic virus and falls into a coma, but when Clark also falls ill, it is up to Jonathan to find a cure in time. To further complicate things, Dr. Bryce demands an explanation from Jonathan when he refuses to let her treat Clark.

Guest Stars

Emmanuelle Vaugier (Dr. Helen Bryce)
Michael David Simms (Dr. Neil Moore)
Todd Talbot (Dr. Trenton)
Sean Millington (MP)
Craig Veroni (DCA Agent)
Steadman (Themselves)

Featured Music

Not That Simple by Jamestown
Wave Goodbye by Steadman

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2.15 Prodigal

Tuesday, February 11th, 2003

Airdate: February 11, 2003
Written by Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders; Directed by Greg Beeman

Episode Info

Parents always try to make you versions of themselves. Grow up without those constraints; you can become your own person. – Lucas

LEX FINDS HIS LONG-LOST BROTHER LUCAS – Lex finds Lucas, the son Lionel gave up for adoption, and brings him home in the hope that the two of them can unite against Lionel. When Lionel’s machinations end up putting all three of them in a dangerous situation, Lex is left to wonder whom he can really trust. Meanwhile, Clark decides to take a job at the Talon.

Guest Stars

Paul Wesley (Lucas Luthor)
Shane Lim (Dirk Lee)
Colin Foo (Card Player)
Darryl Quon (Unknown)
Randy Lee (Unknown)
Vannessa Zwez (Waitress)

Featured Music

China by Mystica
Don’t Tempt Me by The Contes
Burn Baby Burn by Ash
Home Sweet Alabama by Lizzie
Gentle Healing by Sounds From The Ground
Like a Dream by Morphic Field
Shooting Star by Darran Falcone
When It’s All Over by Janelle Sadler
Fight Test by Flaming Lips

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2.14 Rush

Tuesday, February 4th, 2003

Airdate: February 4, 2003
Written by Todd Slavkin & Darren Swimmer; Directed by Rick Rosenthal

Episode Info

My own personal superhero. I always knew there was something special about you, Clark Kent. – Chloe

RED KRYPTONITE RETURNS – After Pete and Chloe are infected by a parasitic worm, it turns them into thrill-seeking daredevils and Pete uses red kryptonite to get Clark to join them on a dangerous adventure. Not only does Clark show off his powers, but he kisses Chloe in front of a stunned Lana.

Guest Stars

Rob LaBelle (Dr. Frederick Walden)
Haig Sutherland (Travis George)
Shaun Sipos (Chloe’s Boy Thing)
Jason Jenkins (Dr. Walden’s Assistant)
Luciana Carro (Waitress)

Featured Music

Never Gonna Come Back Down by BT
Somewhere by Stephen Phillips
Integrity by Amy Drum
Just Wanna Be Loved by AM Radio
Forever Yours by Bosshouse.
Bread and Water by Sheila Nicholls
Don’t Dream It’s Over by Sixpence None The Richer

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2.13 Suspect

Tuesday, January 28th, 2003

Airdate: January 28, 2003
Written by Mark Verheiden & Philip Levens; Directed by Kenneth Biller

Episode Info

I don’t mean to rain on your CSI Parade but– the only thing that bullet proves is that someone shot a shed. – Pete

WHO SHOT LIONEL LUTHOR? – When Lionel is shot, Jonathan is arrested, but after Clark and Pete perform their own crime scene investigation, they realize that more than one person had the opportunity to kill Lionel – including Lex. Meanwhile, Lana is suspicious after she asks her father to take on Jonathan’s case and he declines for mysterious reasons.

Guest Stars

Mitchell Kosterman (Sheriff Ethan Miller)
Patrick Cassidy (Henry Small)
Jason Connery (Dominic Sanatori)
Barclay Hope (Doctor)
Eric Keenleyside (Mike/Bartender)

Featured Music

La Wally (Ebben Ne Andro Lontana by Alfredo Catalani.
The Tequila Don’t Kill Her by Tim Buppert and The Nashville Six

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2.12 Insurgence

Tuesday, January 21st, 2003

Airdate: January 21, 2003
Written by Jeph Loeb & Kenneth Biller; Directed by James Marshall

Episode Info

Look, I don’t know how things work in your house, but around here, we think it’s important to respect other people’s privacy. – Jonathan

CLARK MAKES A LEAP OF FAITH TO SAVE HIS MOTHER FROM A HOSTAGE SITUATION – After Lex discovers that Lionel installed cameras in the mansion, he hires some thugs to bug Lionel’s office, but things get out of control when Lionel and Martha surprise the thugs and are taken hostage. Clark must figure out a way to save his mother without exposing his powers and sees his chance on an adjacent tall building – if only he could make the leap in a single bound.

Guest Stars

Patrick Cassidy (Henry Small)
Eileen Pedde (Jennifer Small)
Byron Mann (Kern)
Kevin Gage (Pine)
Colin Cunningham (Nicky)
Karen Holness (Bishop)
Jill Teed (Captain Maggie Sawyer)
Paul McGillion (Lex’s Lackey)
Dagmar Midcap (Newscaster)

Featured Music

Invisible Man by Theory Of A Deadman
Bittersweetheart by Ed Harcourt
Tomorrow by SR-71