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Review #2462: Smallville 10.17: “Kent”

Posted on the 18 April 2011 by Entil2001 @criticalmyth

In the end, this episode has something of a point: one last moment of resolution between Clark and his moral compass and setting up the symbolic end of the series. But the execution seems awkward, and I can’t help but think that this would have been better as a minor subplot of an episode devoted to more pressing plot resolutions still left on the table.

Review #2462: Smallville 10.17: “Kent”

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