Clark is forced to return to Smallville, before completing his training, but promises Jor-El that he'll return before sunset.
When he doesn't return, Jor-El strips Clark of his powers, making him normal.
Clark deals with adult life, going to college, a real relationship with Lana, and the loss of someone he loves.
Zod uses a blue kryptonite dagger to make him and Clark human, and keep them from ascending.Clark intentionally stabs himself with it and falls off the roof of a building, leaving Zod without its protection and forcing him to ascend with the others off of Earth.Clark looks to Chloe for support, while Lionel's transformation into a better person draws skepticism from everyone.Jensen Ackles, who played Jason Teague, left the show after season four, and Erica Durance became a series regular as Lois Lane.– Smallville Season 9 episode 21 (22) called “Salvation” which was directed by Greg Beeman and written by Al Septien & Turi Meyer aired last night on The CW.
The season itself was not brilliant but Smallville sure knows how to give its fans an awesome finale.
As we stated before overall we will have to say that it was a nice finish to the season 9.
Yes it was just a little anticlimactic since all we get was a vague promise that Zod will get what he deserves on New Krypton- but ultimately all the pieces came together.
As for this pesky cliffhangers that will have us scratching our heads over the summer: Who are the “not kandorians people” and why are they after Oliver?
Can someone please give us some ideas as the who in the world is the old woman going into Tess room, no doubt to revive her?
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