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Smallville: Season 3

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Clark Kent lives in Smallville, but in many ways he is out of this world, and so is this spectacular series that provides a fascinating spin on Superman lore. Season 3 is marked by Clark's inability to overpower destiny and its pressing call for his return home. Clark, who has left Smallville for Metropolis, returns to Smallville to help his parents, who are desperately trying to save their cash-strapped farm and is happily surprised to find that Lex Luthor has survived a deadly jet crash. Lex and Clark's ill-fated camaraderie is strengthened by this miracle but causes tension in the close-knit Kent family, as Jonathan fears that Lex will emulate Lionel and his unscrupulous ways, even while Lex has tried to establish his own identity.


Truth, identity, and responsibility are the cornerstones of Smallville's exceptional third season. When viewers left Clark (Tom Welling) at the end of season 2, he was feeling his oats in Metropolis with the help of a red Kryptonite ring, but by the opening of season 3, he must return to Smallville to not only help his parents save their farm, but seek some resolution in his relationships with Lana (Kristin Kreuk) and Lex (Michael Rosenbaum), who's returned from his abandonment at the conclusion of the previous season. Lex himself must deal with some shocking revelations regarding his relationship with his sinister father Lionel (John Glover, magnetic as always), and Lana becomes involved with a new figure in town, the mysterious Adam Knight (Lost's Ian Somerholder), who may or may not be a certain caped crusader. And speaking of heroes in disguise, the season's finale introduces Kara, a young woman with powers similar to Clark's--could she in fact be his sister, known best to comic book fans as Supergirl? Season 3 is chock full of such intriguing moments, including an appearance by future Daily Planet editor Perry White (Michael McKean, the real-life husband of series star Annette O'Toole) in "Perry," helmed by Supergirl film director Jeannot Szwarc; the return of villains Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Shawn Ashmore, and Jesse Metcalfe from seasons 1 and 2 (in "Asylum"); the departure of series regular Samuel L. Jones; and a intrigue-fraught final turn by Christopher Reeve as Dr. Swann ("Legacy").

The boxed set matches the high quality of the season with some terrific extras, including commentary on three episodes by series creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, along with Rosenbaum, Allison Mack (Chloe), and Glover. Gough and Millar also contribute commentary to a battery of deleted scenes, and Mack's "Chloe Chronicles" returns for another go-round. The supplemental features are rounded out by a behind-the-scenes featurette, an amusing gag reel, and an Easter egg with Rosenbaum conducting some offbeat interviews. --Paul Gaita

Special Features

  • Audio commentary on three episodes by the show's producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and cast members Michael Rosenbaum, Allison Mack and John Glover.  
  • All 22 episodes from the 2003-04 season
  • Producing Smallville: The Heroes Behind The Camera - a behind-the-scenes featurette
  • The Chloe Chronicles: Volume II - Webisodes from season 3
  • Unaired scenes with optional commentary
  • Gag reel
  • Easter Egg - cast member Michael Rosenbaum interviews one of the crew as they role play a DVD executive interview
  • DVD-ROM capabilities with link to Smallville website

Product Details

  • Actors: Tom Welling, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum, Sam Jones III, Allison Mack
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 16, 2004
  • Run Time: 950 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (342 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002Y0QV2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,386 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Smallville: Season 3" on IMDb

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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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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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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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