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View Poll Results: Smallville or Lois & Clark
Smallville 48 69.57%
Lois & Clark 17 24.64%
Neither 4 5.80%
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Old 11-16-2013, 11:50 AM   #21
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I have to say that after the first season, that whole "Clark vs the Kryptonite Freak" got kind of repetitive. The series didn't start improving for me until Clark made the move to Metropolis and the series moved away from that "monster of the week" crap.
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:02 PM   #22
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Sadly i never gave Smallville much of a chance cause when it premiered, it seemed already targeted to an age group i've grown out of...but I'm sure it must've great to have last so damn long!

Lois & Clark I caught on to not when it was in primetime, but when it was being run syndicated at afterschool hours. I did enjoy the series, especially with the episodes that didn't really rely on a "name" villan pop in from the comics. And yes...Hatcher played Lois very feisty and hot

Since i've already dated myself Anybody remember the shortlived SuperBoy series that was on Fox back in the mid 80s? hahaha
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:14 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by Last Starfighter View Post
Sadly i never gave Smallville much of a chance cause when it premiered, it seemed already targeted to an age group i've grown out of...but I'm sure it must've great to have last so damn long!
It wasn't
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:15 PM   #24
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Smallville, L&C was just unwatchable to me. Smallville wasn't perfect, but I could get through more than a few episodes without rolling my eyes. Not saying there weren't episodes of Smallville that made me roll my eyes though... lol
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Old 11-22-2013, 06:04 AM   #25
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I liked Smallville although I remember when I watched the first season I thought it was pretty bad, too much freak of the week stuff. Later seasons were better.
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Old 12-04-2018, 08:51 AM   #26
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Been so long it's hard to remember Lois & Clark. I actually didn't watch Smallville when it was on the air, but I've watched it recently on disc. On season 9 now. Don't spoil it for me! I like it, but it's frustrating when the story doesn't go how you want it too. (too much drama) & the seasons seemed to get worse over time. I was sad they got rid of Lex, he was one of my favorite characters.
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Old 12-07-2018, 07:50 PM   #27
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I remember more of Smallville, even though I watched Lois & Clark during its original run. Alfred Gough & Miles Millar made some very brilliant choices, setting the show up around the idea of Clark and Lex being "brothers" in spirit, only to be driven apart due to Lex's schemes and Clark's desire to protect himself. They also created two original characters that quickly became icons in their own right - Lionel Luthor and Chloe Sullivan. The latter was established as Lois' cousin (another bold move), and remained more popular with the fans than Lois herself in many regards. John Glover explored so many dynamics with Lionel, from greedy businessman and abusive father to a truly repentant man and even a vessel of Jor-El. And then, if that wasn't enough, they brought him back in Season 10 as a ruthless "mirror image" of himself, worse than the original ever had been.
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