Smallville 10 Seasons 2003

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Season 3
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3. Extinction TV-NR CC

Clark discovers that someone is hunting people who have been affected by the meteor rocks--and the killer's next target is Lex.

Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
October 15, 2003

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Extinction

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Season 3
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    1. Exile Over a decade ago, a meteor shower rained destruction on Smallville, Kansas.

    TV-NR 44min October 1, 2003
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    2. Phoenix After Clark's Kryptonian father (voice of TERENCE STAMP - "Superman II") grants him temporary superpowers, Jonathan engages Clark in a destructive battle atop the LuthorCorp building.

    TV-NR 45min October 8, 2003
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    3. Extinction Clark discovers that someone is hunting people who have been affected by the meteor rocks--and the killer's next target is Lex.

    TV-NR 42min October 15, 2003
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    4. Slumber Clark dreams that he is being pursued by a frightened young girl who needs his help.

    TV-NR 44min October 22, 2003
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    5. Perry Perry White, a once-promising journalist whose career was destroyed by Lionel Luthor, arrives in Smallville in search of alien stories for a tabloid news show.

    TV-NR 45min October 29, 2003
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    6. Relic Lana's great-uncle, Dexter McCallum (TOM HEATON), who was convicted of murdering his wife 40 years ago, shows Lana a picture of the man he believes really killed her great-aunt--and she is shocked to notice that the drifter looks exactly like Clark.

    TV-NR 44min November 5, 2003
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    7. Magnetic Clark is suspicious when Lana suddenly becomes attracted to a fellow student, Seth Nelson (KEVIN ZEGERS), and begins to act rebelliously, which eventually lands her in jail.

    TV-NR 43min November 12, 2003
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    8. Shattered Lex locates Morgan Edge (now played by PATRICK BERGIN - "Sleeping With the Enemy")--who has undergone facial reconstruction--and gets him to admit to criminal dealings with Lionel.

    TV-NR 44min November 19, 2003
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    9. Asylum Lex languishes in the sterile confines of Belle Reve Sanitarium, where his father has placed him.

    TV-NR 45min January 14, 2004
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    10. Whisper While attempting to stop a robbery, Clark shoots a burst of heat vision that is accidentally reflected back into his eyes by a piece of Kryptonite, causing temporary blindness.

    TV-NR 41min January 21, 2004
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    11. Delete Clark and Lana each try to kill Chloe for unknown reasons after they receive a mysterious e-mail from the Summerholt Institute.

    TV-NR 43min January 28, 2004
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    12. Hereafter Clark discovers that his schoolmate Jordan (JOSEPH CROSS) can foresee the future, and he is horrified when Jordan predicts that Lana will die in a fire in the next few days.

    TV-NR 42min February 4, 2004
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    13. Velocity After Pete defies corrupt street-racing promoters who want him to purposely lose, the thugs that run the illegal events threaten his life. Pete asks Clark to use his powers to stop them.

    TV-NR 43min February 11, 2004
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    14. Obsession Clark is forced to use his powers within sight of Alicia (SARAH CARTER - "Final Destination 2," "Black Sash"), a new girl at school, but he is surprised to find out she has powers of her own.

    TV-NR 43min February 18, 2004
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    15. Resurrection While his father is awaiting surgery, Clark befriends a young boy, Garrett (JAMES KIRK), whose brother Vince (TAHMOH PENIKETT) dies from liver failure.

    TV-NR 42min February 25, 2004
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    16. Crisis Clark receives a panicked call from Lana and hears a gunshot before the line goes dead--but when he finds her, he is stunned to discover she is alive and well.

    TV-NR 43min March 3, 2004
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    17. Legacy When Jonathan acts strangely, Clark believes that his Kryptonian father, Jor-El (voice of TERENCE STAMP - "Superman II"), is sending Jonathan messages and is the cause for his father's withdrawal from the family.

    TV-NR 44min April 14, 2004
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    18. Truth When Chloe accidentally inhales a mysterious gas, she discovers that it gives her the ability to get the truth from anyone who comes in contact with her--and she goes to the Kents to find out Clark's secret.

    TV-NR 44min April 21, 2004
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    19. Memoria To regain key incriminating information about his father's past that he lost when his memory was erased, Lex joins an experimental program headed by Dr. Garner (recurring guest star MARTIN CUMMINS).

    TV-NR 44min April 28, 2004
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    20. Talisman When a Kawatche man, Jeremiah Holdsclaw, steals a mythical knife from the caves, he is bestowed with superpowers similar to Clark's and comes to believe he is the savior Naman, "the man who fell from the stars."

    TV-NR 42min May 5, 2004
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    21. Forsaken Clark decides to tell Lana his secret so they can finally be together. Meanwhile, a rogue FBI agent kidnaps and tortures Pete to force him to reveal Clark's secret.

    TV-NR 43min May 12, 2004
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    22. Covenant Kara (ADRIANNE PALICKI), a beautiful girl who possesses superpowers and claims to be from the planet Krypton, tries to entice Clark to fulfill his destiny.

    TV-NR 44min May 19, 2004

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Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Romance, Adventure
Director Michael Katleman
Supporting actors Michael Rosenbaum, Sam Jones III, Allison Mack, John Glover, Annette O'Toole, John Schneider, Jesse Metcalfe, Camille Mitchell, Harris Allan
Season year 2004
Network The CW
Executive Producer Greg Beeman
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 15, 2004
Format: DVD
With the TV airwaves overstuffed with tired reality shows and crime dramas, shows like Smallville with it's intelligence and fantasy continue to be a refreshing change.

Season three continues this shows really quite remarkable development and quality. Bit by bit, little by little we see Clark developing into the character who will won day be know as Superman.

There are 22 episodes in Season three. i won't summarize all of them due to space but here are some of the highlights:

"Extinction" - Clark discovers someone is hunting people affected by the kryptonite rocks and the killer's next target is Lex. Clark uses his powers to save Lex, but is caught off guard when the killer learns his weakness and shoots him with a kryptonite bullet.

"Perry" - Our first introduction to Perry White, The editor of the Daily Planet in the Comics, a once promising journalist whose career was destroyed by Lionel Luthor, arrives in Smallville in search of alien stories for a tabloid news show. In spite of being constantly inebriated, Perry believes he has witnessed Clark using his extraordinary speed, so he devises a dangerous scheme to expose Clark's superpowers. Meanwhile, Lex learns that Perry has powerful incriminating evidence of Lionel's shady past.

"Relic" - Clark discovers that Jor-El was on Earth forty years ago. Lana's great uncle, who was convicted of murdering his wife forty years ago, shows her a picture of the man he believes really killed her aunt, and she is shocked to discover the drifter looks just like Clark.
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84 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Porfie Medina on September 17, 2004
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The popular TV series on the WB channel follows the life of young Clark Kent (Played by Tom Welling) as a teenager. He discovers his amazing super-powers, grows up with the girl he has a crush on Lana Lang, and develops a friendship with a a evil genius, who will in time become the bald Lex Luthor. The Kryptonite that falls in Smallville with Clark causes some crazy things to happen, giving the young hero plenty of opportunities to save the day and one day become Superman. Season 3 is marked by Clark's destiny calling him to return home. Clark returns to Smallville to help his parents save their farm. Season 3 is just as good as the previous 2 seasons with everything you have come to expect from this great show! This is a great show that I encourage anyone to see. This amazing Box Set has the complete third season of Smallville. The following episodes will include deleted scenes: "Exile," "Slumber," "Shattered," "Velocity," "Obsession," "Resurrection," "Crisis," "Memoria," "Talisman," and "Forsaken." There will also be a gag reel and commentaries on a few of the episodes.

SMALLVILLE SEASON - The Complete Third Season DVD Episode Guide

45. Exile (Part 1)

46. Phoenix (Part 2)

47. Extinction

48. Slumber

49. Perry

50. Relic

51. Magnetic

52. Shattered

53. Asylum

54. Whisper

55. Delete

56. Hereafter

57. Velocity

58. Obsession

59. Resurrection

60. Crisis

61. Legacy

62. Truth

63. Memoria

64. Talisman

65. Forsaken (Part 1)

66. Covenant (Part 2)
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mitch Weaver on August 25, 2004
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Before I watched Smallville, I assumed there was no way for a WB made show to compete with the other aspects of the Superman franchise. Doubting Smallville was probably one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made. In my opinion, it is the best show on TV right now, and one of the best that I have ever seen. The reason the show works, is because it takes an interesting look at the legend of Superman. You bare witness to the human side of the character - Clark Kent, growing up as a teenager in Smallville Kansas. Clark must adjust to his different powers, the relationship between Lex Luthor and Clark develops, and you see the classic relationship ensue between Clark and Lana Lang, who are destined to be just friends.

The thing that has impressed me the most about the show, is that has gotten better with each passing season. Going into season three, I had no idea how good it would turn out to be, but by the end of the season I was blown away. Now for some reason, a lot of the fans thought that season three was the worst one so far. I don't understand why this season was not appreciated more. In my opinion, it is without a doubt the best season of the entire show. Season three was also the darkest season as well, which is what gave the season such appeal in my opinion. Season three had everything from Clark robbing a bank, Lex ending up in a looney bin, and Lionel ending up on death row, to Chloe being supposedly dead and Pete leaving Smallville for good. The episodes in season three were compelling, as well as the storylines. Perhaps the most suprising turn of events to come out of season three was the fact that Clark declared his friendship with Lex over. The show is finally starting to get closer to the true destinies of the characters.
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