Growing up on old reruns of the 1960s Adam West Batman and Sean Connery Bond movies, they always seemed so exciting to watch. Both had their fair share of notorious villains with their plans of world domination.
After this week's new episode, "Dominion", Smallville officially enters the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest running Science Fiction series for Television (in North America).
It turns out that having some magical champagne can be much worse for than sipping down kryptonite Crystal when it comes to having a double bachelor party evening in Metropolis.
What's the easiest way to hide your identity from the public when you are a 6' 3", 200lbs kryptonian? Well for starters don't let people see your face when you wear a jacket with a big 'S' on the front. That and maybe a trip to LensCrafters.
One of the most exciting moments of this whole season for Smallville happened only a couple of hours before this week's episode even aired. The news confirming that Michael Rosenbaum will be returning for Smallville's two hour series finale at the end of the year.
Clark and the rest of the gang resurface after being mysteriously knocked out at Carter's (aka Hawkman) funeral only find themselves trapped in a Wachowski film. It becomes a race against time to swallow the red pill, escape their virtual prisons and return to the real world.
At the half way point of it's final season Smallville's mounding story-lines start to bring Clark to his knees. Well one knee to be exact. In this week's episode, "Icarus", Clark finally does what everyone could see coming from a mile away and gets down one knee to pop the big question to Lois.
When a mysterious device allows those holding it to cross into a parallel universe its time to send in the Bishops and the F.B.I.
After a very disappointing mess of an episode last week Smallville brings back Aquaman for a little help getting back on track. With the series star, Tom Welling, both in front and behind the camera for this week's episode there was less of a chance for back to back disasters.
The title of any television show's episode is supposed to normally sum up the theme for that episode. In this week's episode of Smallville entitled "Abandoned" it does just that, while also summing up the efforts that went into this episode.