Smallville 10 Seasons 2007

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Season 6
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Available in HD

10. Hydro TV-NR CC

After Lana confesses to Chloe that she has reservations about marrying Lex due to her lingering feelings for Clark, the gossip columnist for The Daily Planet, Linda Lake, writes a story detailing their exact conversation.

Starring:
Tom Welling, Kristin Kreuk
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
January 11, 2007

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Season 6

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By the far, the best season yet.
Gregory Miller
In fact, I can only think of a handful of shows that are either as good as when they started, or they are actually even better.
Sean Pasek
Great special effects and compelling story lines.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Argenis on September 22, 2007
Format: Blu-ray
Being an avid fan of Smallville, and after owning the series thus far on DVD, and also viewing it on an upconvert player, I decided to purchase the Blu-Ray version, just to see what the differences were between the two formats. After having viewed an episode on blu-ray, I must honestly say that the picture and sound quality was nothing short of amazing. The palette of colors were incredibly vibrant, and the sound in dolby digital 5.1, gave my speakers a definite run for their money. I highly recommend the blu-ray format in favor of the standard edition, provided that those of you who own, or are considering the purchase of a blu-ray player.

The only disappointment that I feel, is that Warner Bros. did not release the other seasons on blu-ray as well. Now I may not be an expert, but I do know about sound and picture quality, and believe me, you will not be disappointed with the hi-def edition of this series.

Bravo Warner Bros... Now please, keep them coming...
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232 of 277 people found the following review helpful By Tom Benton on May 29, 2007
Format: DVD
*Possible spoilers within.*

"Smallville" fans continue to perplex me. It seems that the majority of "Smallville" fans consider what I and those with whom I watch the series have deemed the weakest seasons of the show to be the show's best years. Similarly, while I found the show's sixth season to be its best since Season One, most fans have ranked it among the series' worst. I'm not putting down those who think differently from me, but I have thoroughly evaluated each season and I cannot imagine what these viewers are seeing that I am not. There are those who are now dreading the next season and the season which may follow (creators Al Gough and Miles Millar have said that the show will run no longer than eight seasons). After Season Six, however, I am eagerly awaiting more of a show that has, after years of stumbling through piles and piles of mediocrity, finally reached its potential.

In Season Five, Clark Kent found himself without his most beloved "guiding light" when his father died. The feelings of loneliness grew as his relationship with Lex Luthor crumbled, rebuilt as a bitter rivalry, and Clark was forced to push the love of his life, Lana Lang, away. To make matters worse, Lana took refuge in Lex's open arms. By the end of the season, Clark had learned to deal with his grief and had a better sense of who he was, but he still had a long way to go before becoming the Man of Steel. In Season Six, Clark's destiny grows a lot nearer.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Brown on May 1, 2007
Format: DVD
This show gets better by the season. Even though the sixth season isnt done airing on the CW yet, it already been my favorite season yet. It all begins witht the season premire episode of ( Zod ) where we pick up after seasons five episode where lex is possessed by General Zod to take over the planet while clark is left helpless for a short while in the Phantom

Zone imprisoned with other criminals who are holding a grudge on Jor-El and takin it out on him. We also see a young Oliver Queen aka ( GREEN ARROW) make several appearances. We also see more of the future justice league members from previous seasons aswell as the Martian Manhunter in human form. Best episode i liked of-course was ( Justice ) featuring five of our heroes. also we see the up-dated S emblem from Superman Returns on the seasons first episode which is also one of the best. another episode to watch is ( Combat ) where clark takes on titan who resembles Doomsday from the comics in the ring. and one more thing is the introduction of Jimmy Olson who will be dating chloe and this season, well someone finally places pieces of clark together. this show is so great, cant wait for season seven. dont miss out on this great season yet.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sean Pasek on September 23, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
*Note: Anyone who has not seen the sixth season, I highly recommend NOT reading the back of the box. If you want to be surprised, the synopsis on the back might ruin something for you.

Most television series tend to be on their down-slope by the time the sixth season rolls around. Writers usually have trouble coming up with new and inventive stories to keep the audience intrigued. In fact, I can only think of a handful of shows that are either as good as when they started, or they are actually even better. It doesn't happen often. Trust me, after watching television series for over 30 years, I know. Smallville's writers have succeeded in placing the series in the with the few and far between; the shows that have been able to continue going strong.

The sixth season marks the time and point when Clark finally accepts his destiny. He finally realizes that he must use his powers to help the people of not only Smallville and the friends he loves, but the world. Granted he receives a little nudge in that direction from a new ally, but he finally realizes that his destiny far outreaches the boundaries of Smallville. The challenges that Clark must now face are new, but no less painful and deadly as the challenges he has faced in previous seasons.

Exactly how does one deal with the fact that the love of your life is now with your arch-nemesis? At least the first half of the season focuses on how Clark deals with Lana being with Lex. The Clark-Lex rivalry hits full throttle in this season. We finally see that Lex isn't only manipulative, but he has now added unbridled cruelty to his list of unpleasant characteristics. Lionel can still play the game, but he wasn't nearly as cruel or vindictive as Lex has become.
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