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First aired November 19, 2003
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MORGAN EDGE RETURNS TO SMALLVILLE -- Lex (Michael
Rosenbaum) locates Morgan Edge (Patrick Bergin, "Sleeping With the
Enemy") and gets him to admit to dirty dealings with Lionel (John
Glover), but before Lex can take it to the authorities, someone tries to
kill him at the mansion. Barely surviving, Lex flees and asks Clark (Tom
Welling) for help. However, when Clark returns to the mansion to
investigate he finds nothing amiss, and begins to wonder if it really
happened, especially after Lionel announces Lex has had a psychotic break
and must be institutionalized.
Morgan Edge is sitting in a chair in what looks like an empty office
space, playing with a kryptonite necklace in one hand, and the doctor is unwrapping the bandages from around Morgan's
face after a successful plastic surgery operation. As Morgan takes a
mirror to look at himself, the doctor goes over to the computer where we
see the change from actor Rutger Hauer's face to actor Patrick Bergin's
face. Morgan seems pleased with results, he says he feels like he is
looking at a stranger. The doctor explains that his throat will hurt for
a while, since they even altered his vocal chords. Morgan raises the
mirror to his face again, and this time, he sees Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) standing behind
him. "Personally, I think society places too much emphasis on looks",
says Lex, "It should be the character of a man that counts. Don't you
agree, Mr. Edge?". Lex reminds Morgan that no physical changes will
change his DNA and that he remains Morgan Edge. One of Morgan's men
points a gun at Lex, but Lex explains that his people have orders to send
in the police if Lex doesn't walk out of there in five minutes. He also
says, they will tell his father, Lionel Luthor (John Glover) that Morgan Edge never
died that day at the docks (see "Phoenix").
Lex suggests that Lionel might even send someone to finish the job. Lex
explains his visit. He tells Morgan that he knows that when Morgan and
Lionel were teenagers, they conspired to kill Lionel's parents and take
the insurance money. While Lex is talking, he seems visibly in pain or
discomfort, and keeps touching his neck. He explains that while he does
have evidence, he needs hard proof, and suggests to Morgan to tell his
story to Lex's camera, and Lex promises him a "new life to go with the
Later, Lex is sitting in his office reviewing Morgan's taped
confession, where Morgan is explaining that, many years ago, he was in
charge of blowing up the building, which meant that Lionel would get rid
of his "father and his gin-soaked mother", and a Slum Lord would split
the insurance money with Lionel and Morgan. Lionel then used his cut for
his first startup, "and the rest is history", concludes Morgan. At that
moment, Lex's bodyguard Darius walks in. He informs Lex that Lionel
called again, but that Darius followed instructions and told Lionel that
Lex wasn't in. Darius is looking stressed and keeps looking around the
room. Lex notices and tells Darius to relax. Darius leaves. Lex goes to
his safe to store the tape and some paperwork. As he is doing so, he
doesn't notice a gunman on the roof, who opens the skylight, and, hanging
from a rope, slides down and into the office. He starts walking up to
Lex, pointing his gun, but Lex suddenly notices the red dot of the laser
against the safe as the gunman tries to point his gun to Lex's head. Lex
calls out for Darius at the same time as he ducks down, and the gunman
misses his shot. Darius comes running in, but is immediately shot down by
the gunman. The gunman keeps shooting at Lex, breaking glasses and
furniture, we even see one of the bullets land in the stone wall. But Lex
crawls his way to the door, and while the gunman is still frantically
shooting at Lex, Lex runs out of the room. He meets the gunman a couple
more times in the hallways, but finally manages to throw an object at the
gunman, and then jump out of the nearest window, and onto the grounds.
The gunman can no longer see Lex in the darkness.
It's early morning at the Kent Farm, and Clark Kent (Tom Welling) walks into his study in
the barn. Suddenly, from under the desk, Lex crawls out, with a stained
shirt, and cuts and bruises all over himself. He asks Clark if he is
alone. He explains to Clark that someone tried to kill him last night.
Clark suggests the hospital and the police, but Lex explains that they
are professionals, that they killed Darius and that he just needs time to
think. Lex is reluctant to give Clark any explanations, for Clark's own
safety, but finally admits that it was probably his father or Morgan Edge
who tried to kill him. Although Clark has had a personal encounter with
Morgan (see "Exile" and "Phoenix"), he acts as if he barely remembers
Edge from some article he read about Edge's supposed death. Lex informs
Clark about Edge's new look, and explains that he has proof of a crime
that could get both Lionel and Edge the death penalty, but that the
evidence destined for the US Attorney is still in his safe in the mansion
and that he can't return. At that moment, Jonathan Kent (John Schneider) enters the barn
looking for his son. Lex runs back to hide behind the desk Jonathan asks
for Clark's help with the milking, but Clark explains he has some last
minute studying to do. Jonathan walks away, and Lex comes back out. Clark
suggests that he will go the the mansion and get what is needed from the
safe. Lex thinks it is too dangerous, but Clark explains he will just
play dumb and pretend he went there to see Lex. Before he does though,
Clark wants Lex to tell him exactly what happened.
Clark is at the Luthor Mansion, and walks into Lex's office.
Strangely, he finds the whole office tidy. All the glasses and furniture
is intact and at the right place, Lex's desk is nicely organized as
usual, the chair in the right place. He looks up at the skylight, but
everything is neat and normal there. He walks up to the safe, where he
punches in the code 15988, and opens the safe. It is empty. He walks out
of the office again, obviously confused. At that moment, one of the
Luthor security guards comes out of one of the other rooms, and addresses
Clark as "Mr. Kent" and asks him if he can help. Clark states that he is
here to see Lex, but the security guard explains that it is still very
early and that everyone is still asleep. Clark asks if Darius is on duty,
but the guard replies that Darius had the night off. "You got stuck with
the graveyard shift? What a bummer!", says Clark, as he x-rays one of the
corners of the hallway and notices a piece of broken glass lodged under a
piece of furniture. Clark wonders if anything unusual happened, and the
guard answers, "Not until you arrived". Clark smiles and answers that he
knows how to take a hint. He then purposely drops his keys out of his
pocket and onto the floor, so that, as he bends down to pick them up, he
gets a better look at the piece of glass. He then walks away under the
watchful eye of the security guard.
Clark is back in the barn, explaining to Lex what happened. Lex is
changing into one of Clark's shirts. Clark explains, however, that they
did miss a spot in the cleaning up of Lex's office, and he pulls out the
piece of glass from the hallway. He also explains that he called Darius'
house to see if anyone knew he was missing, but that the answering
machine informed all callers that his wife and kids are off visiting
their grandparents. Lex mentions that Darius' body is probably at the
bottom of Crater Lake by now. Clark suggests that they still call the US
Attorney, but Lex explains that the man was nervous enough going after
someone as powerful as Lionel Luthor in the first place, and that now,
without any evidence more than a piece of glass, there is no point. Clark
asks whether Lex knows anyone at all that could corroborate his story.
Clark is talking to Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack)
and brings her up-to-date with the situation. Chloe explains that she was
doing some research on Lionel Luthor for a story. She found out that
Lionel and Edge were friends as teenagers, and thought that Lex would be
interested in the story. She doesn't tell Clark that in fact, she had no
other choice but to take Lex's protection in exchange for all the
information she had on Lionel (see "Magnetic").
Chloe never thought, however, that Lex would come up with the theory that
Lionel and Edge murdered his grandparents. They both agree that they are
all involved in this and that the situation is dangerous for both of
them. They agree to stay together. Chloe takes her laptop.
When they get back to the Kent Farm, Lionel is there waiting for them,
along with Jonathan and Martha Kent (Annette
O'Toole). Lionel shakes their hands, addressing Chloe as "Ms., um,
Sullivan isn't it?", pretending he doesn't know her and making not
mention of their previous collaboration (see "Exile",
"Relic", and "Magnetic").
Lionel explains that Lex is missing and was wondering if Clark had seen
him. Clark states that it has been a few days since he's since Lex, and
that, if Lex wanted to be found, they would know where he was. Lionel
insists, however, explaining that Lex is seriously ill. He hesitates to
explain, but states that Lex has had a psychotic break According to him,
the break is caused from Lex's time on the island. Lionel thought that
Lex had beaten it, but apparently it has come back to haunt him. Lionel
goes on to explain that Lex is suffering from paranoid delusions, hearing
voices and seeing things that aren't there. Chloe and Clark look at each
other, very skeptical. Lionel pleads with Clark to let him know if he
hears from him, so that Lex can get the care he needs. Lionel takes on a
desperate voice, stating that he wants his son back the way he used to
be. We see Lex observing them from a hole in the whole atop the barn.
Clark walks back into the barn, to find Lex sitting on a stool,
downstairs, cradling something, and quietly singing "Hush, lil baby". He
explains that he had to go get the baby who was crying because his father
woke him. He turns around to show Clark... a rolled up blanket that he
seems to think is a baby. He shows Clark that it is his little brother
Julian and then goes back to singing the lullaby to the folded blanket.
Clark and his parents are discussing the situation in their back yard.
Chloe is with Lex in the barn, and he now seems fine. Clark doesn't
understand how one second he is delusional and the next he is making
complete sense. He explains to Martha that Lex did have a brother Julian,
but that he died as an infant when Lex was just a kid. Martha realizes
that that must have been traumatic for Lex. Jonathan is upset with Clark
for hiding Lex in the barn, but Clark explains he didn't have a choice,
Lex was scared and thought his father was trying to kill him. He also
tells his parents that Morgan Edge is still alive, with infuriates
Jonathan even more, since Morgan Edge is aware of Clark's abilities, and
knows that kryptonite can kill him (see "Phoenix").
When Clark tells them that Edge has had plastic surgery, Jonathan
suddenly repeats the facts: Morgan Edge is alive and has had plastic
surgery, and Lionel and Edge had planned as teenagers to kill Lionel's
parents. To Jonathan and Martha, this all seems like another one of Lex's
delusions, and Martha feels that Lex needs help. At that moment, they
realize that Lex was standing behind them and heard their conversation.
Lex is saddened and disappointed by what he's just heard. "You think you
know people and you realize it's all just a facade". He feels like they
are all ganging up against him to send him to a mental institution. Chloe
arrives out of breath, she had tried to stop him. He feels like they're
all watching him. He starts walking off, telling Clark that he's gonna go
find Morgan Edge and prove that he's not crazy. "You're either with me or
against me Clark, choose, right now!". Jonathan calls out to his son, but
Clark walks off, by Lex's side.
Clark and Lex drive up to the building where Lex had first seen Edge's
new face, in what looked like an empty office space. Lex wants Clark to
wait in the car, but Clark tells Lex that he's here to watch Lex's back.
They arrive at the floor where Lex had seen Edge, but all they find is an
Asian factory, with about 50 employees all quietly working on their
sewing machines. Clark thinks that maybe this is the wrong place, but Lex
knows that this is the place he saw Edge. Clark insists, stating that it
seems like this factory has been here a while, but Lex claims it can't be
so hard to bring in a few tables and machines and some immigrant labor.
Lex is sweating and looks like he is gonna collapse, and he keeps
touching his next again. Clark wants them to leave, but Lex is getting
very agitated and starts raising his voice. All the Asian workers start
staring at him. Lex tries to explain to Clark that this is all part of
the cover-up. He grabs one of the foremen, and threaten to put his hand
under one of the sewing machines if he doesn't tell him were Morgan Edge
is. The foreman is scared but does not speak English. Clark pulls Lex
away, telling him that there is no point to them being here.
Clark and Lex are back in Lex's office, and Clark thinks it may be a
good idea to call the sheriff, and she could bring in a forensics team.
At that moment, Darius walks in. They are both shocked to see him. Darius
walks up to Lex, asking him where he has been, and telling him that they
have all been really worried for him. Lex can't believe that Darius is
alive, and accuses him of being in on the whole thing too. He is starting
to sweat again and is extremely agitated. He pours himself a drink. Then,
Dr. Claire Foster, Lex's psychiatrist, walks in, telling him that they've
all been looking everywhere for him. Lex thinks that Clark is the one
that called her. Clark reminds him that he doesn't even know who this
lady is. Lex is extremely agitated, stating that he just seems that it's
a little too convenient that everyone just happens to be here. Dr. Foster
explains that security called her. He wants to explain to her that
someone tried to kill him last night. He shows her the piece of broken
glass from the hallway as proof that he had to jump through the window to
escape. Dr. Foster does not seem impressed. She explains that it is true,
the window was broken, but that it was Lex who broke it when he got angry
in their last therapy session and threw a vase through the hall window.
Dr. Foster wants to give him a sedative, but he thinks she is trying to
drug him. He goes crazy, and Darius steps him, trying to calm him down.
Lex grabs Darius' gun and points it at all of them. Clark tries to stand
in between them, and Dr. Foster tries to convince Clark that Lex's
conspiracy theories are the symptoms of his condition. But Lex explains
that as long as the world things that Lex is crazy, no one will believe
what he found out about his father and Morgan Edge. Lex agrees that he
may be crazy, that he doesn't know anymore, but then makes Clark think,
what if he IS right about all this? Clark is standing in front of Lex's
gun, and is obviously extremely torn and confused about what he should
Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) walks
into the stables, it's late at night. She calls out "Hello?". Suddenly,
Clark appears and thanks her for coming. She tells him she brought the
food and wants to know what she is doing here. Lex is sitting there, now
calm, but distressed. She runs to him. Clark wants her to watch over him,
while he goes to get more evidence and help Chloe. They think Chloe is
being watched. Clark explains to Lana the danger of the situation. Lex
promises to tell her everything. Clark walks off.
Chloe's car is parked on a dark path in the fields. Clark pulls up in
his truck, thanking her for meeting him here. He gives her the pills that
Dr. Foster had tried to give Lex, and asks her to check out of they can
make someone hallucinate. She knows someone at the pharmacology lab that
can help her. Clark says he is gonna go look into Dr. Foster and the two
security guards to see if they are in on it. Before he leaves, Chloe
tells him, however, that she has checked out Lex's medical record, and,
unfortunately, this is not the first time that he's acted this way. She
explains that after his brother Julian died, Lex went right back to
boarding school, but one night, his housemaster found him sitting in the
bell tower, singing a lullaby to a wrapped up blanket. Chloe just wants
Clark to prepare himself to the possibility that Lex really is loosing
Back at the stables, Lex has explained everything to Lana, and he
thanks her for coming. He is calm. She is glad she can help. She then
gets up to pour him a drink. He asks her what it is. She tells him it is
chamomile tea that will help him relax. He sniffs it and calls her a
liar. He accuses her of trying to drug her. He is agitated again and
screaming at her. He throws the cup away. He knows he shouldn't have
trusted her. She wants to run after him. He pushes her, and she falls
into one of the stables. The horse in the stable gets scared, as Lex
storms out. The horse gets up onto its back legs. He is obviously very
frightened. When the horse's front legs come back down, they land on
Lana's back and legs, and he tramples many times. Clark superspeeds back,
but arrives too late. He finds Lana lying there unconscious, the horse
still a little agitated.
Lex is walking down the road late at night after having run out of the
stables. A truck is coming his way. Lex is limping. He stands in the
middle of the road, and the car stops. The driver asks him what the
trouble is, but Lex just grabs the drivers head and smashes it against
the wheel. He throws the driver out of the truck and drives away.
Lana is in critical care in the hospital and Clark is standing outside
her room, looking in. Lionel Luthor walks up to him and they stand there,
looking at Lana. Lionel makes a sarcastic comment about wondering who was
more out of touch with reality, Don Quixote, the master who always had
imaginary enemies, or Sancho Panza, his loyal lackey, who indulged his
fantasies in spite of the danger to everyone else. But Clark is not
amused and warns Lionel to be careful, but Lionel reminds Clark that if
he had listened to him, Lex would be getting the care he needed and Lana
wouldn't be fighting for her life. Chloe shows up to interrupted their
heated conversation, and Lionel warns them to stay out of it. He leaves.
Chloe tells Clark that she had the drugs given by Dr. Foster analyzed,
and it was just a common sedative, as she claimed, not a hallucinating
drug. But Chloe reminds him that there are a lot of ways Lex could have
been drugged. Clark realized that, in the mansion, all his food and drink
is always brought to Lex, and they could have been drugging him for
Clark storms into Lex's office, where Darius is reading a magazine.
Clark wants to know how Darius got the drugs into Lex's system. Darius
tells him he doesn't appreciate some farmboy coming here and accusing him
of a felony. Clark throws him to the ground and bends his arm back.
"Don't underestimate farmboys, bailing all that hay can make you pretty
strong", says Clark. Finally, Darius admits that the drugs were put in
Lex's scotch whiskey. Darius doesn't know who he is working for, he only
has a cell phone number. Clark tells Darius to call the number and tell
them to meet him at the stables at noon with a bag full of money, or
he'll go to the cops. Darius warms Clark that they won't pay him off,
they will rather kill him. "I'll take my chances", answers Clark.
Lionel walks back into his office, accompanied by Mike, his bodyguard,
who locks the door behind him by punching 0965 on the keypad. Suddenly,
Lex, who was hiding around the corner, hits Mike across the face with the
back of a shotgun. He then grabs Mike's gun, and points it at his father.
He explains that people tend to let you him when people think you're
insane and you carry a gun. Lionel tries to get Lex to calm down and sit
down. But Lex is still very agitated, and Lionel tries to reason with
him. Lionel explains that it is true, that the slumlord and Morgan Edge
tried to kill his parents, but he denies having anything to do with it.
He explains that, no matter how bad he was treated, he would have never
hurt his parents, just like he is sure Lex doesn't want to hurt him. Lex
is more and more agitated, and he points to gun to his father's face
again. When Lionel tries to talk, Lex tells him not to, or he will wake
the baby. Lionel asks him if he is hearing Julian again, and reminds Lex
that Julian is dead. But Lex doesn't want to hear it. Lionel continues to
play with Lex's emotional state, but reminding him that it wasn't Lex's
fault that Julian died, that Lex didn't mean to hurt him, that everything
is ok. Lex demands to know where Morgan Edge is. Lex is obviously in pain
again, rubbing his neck. Lionel writes down Edge's location, while
telling Lex to be careful, stating that he couldn't bear to lose another
son. Lex hits him across the face and knocks him out, then walks out.
Clark shows up at the stables. We see a hitman hiding behind a tree,
with a gun pointed at Clark. But Clark superspeeds to find himself behind
the gunman, holding the gun against the man's neck. He demands to know
where his boss is.
Morgan Edge is in his house, with his bodyguard. He is looking at his
face in the mirror, and touching his throat, obviously satisfied. He is
holding the kryptonite necklace in his hand again. They hear a noise, and
he tells his guard to go check it out. Edge also draws out his gun and
walks into the next room to find his bodyguard lying dead, he bends down
to feel his pulse, and Lex is standing behind him, holding a gun to
Edge's head. "You really screwed up", says Lex. "You're father is the one
that screwed up", replies Edge, "If we had done it my way, you'd be dead
by now". He says that it was Lionel's idea to make Lex go crazy instead.
Lex doesn't want to believe him. "Lionel gotten soft in his old age. He
was willing to loose his parents, but he said he couldn't bear to loose
another child", explains Edge. The pain in Lex's neck is getting more
intense as Lex gets more agitated. "Neck still bothering you? Muscle
aches? Sleeplessness? All common side effects of the drugs", says Edge,
explaining that Lionel planned every little detail to make Lex go crazy.
Lex is not sure that Edge didn't plan this himself. But Edge tells Lex to
look around and realize that Edge could have never been able to afford
all this without Lionel. Dead or crazy, no one would listen to Lex. But
Edge offers Lex a deal to bring Lionel down. Lex is unsure, and he keeps
the gun up to Edge's face. Suddenly, Clark superspeeds up behind Lex and
grabs the gun out of his hand before he can realize what happens. Edge
sees the superspeed but already knows Clark's abilities. Clark barely
manages to stand up though, feeling dizzy from the effects of the
kryptonite necklace Edge is holding. "I had a feeling we'd see each other
again", says Edge, explaining why he's been carrying the necklace around.
Lex is shocked to realize that the two of them know each other, wondering
if Clark is in on this too. Clark, who can barely stand up, tries telling
Lex that it's not what he thinks. He falls to the ground, and Edge
punches him with the necklace around his hand, then kicks him around,
Clark is powerless to defend himself. Lex is confused and wondering what
is happening. Edge gives a bleeding Clark one final punch and the
necklace breaks and the beads fall onto the ground. Suddenly a shot is
fired, and Edge falls to the ground. It was Lex who shot him. "Thank
you", says Clark, who is trying to get up. "Don't thank me Clark", says
Lex, "you're part of this, I have to kill you too", as he points the gun
Clark tries telling Lex that he is his friend and he would never
betray him, but Lex keeps the gun pointed at Clark. Clark can't get up
because he is surrounded by kryptonite beads. He tries pushing them away.
Suddenly, they hear a car starting, and they realize Edge is no longer
lying there, he's getting away. Lex runs out, and sees the car coming
towards him. He stands in front of the car, and keeps shooting bullet
after bullet straight at Edge, who is obviously being hit by each bullet,
but who keeps accelerating. The car is rapidely coming straight at Lex,
but Lex doesn't move, he just keeps shooting. Just as the car is about to
run over Lex, Clark superspeeds up to him, pushed Lex out of the way, and
stands in front of the car that crashes against a strong-again Clark. The
car crashes into Clark, who still standing, has nearly broken the front
of the car in two. Clark easily moves the body of the car away so he can
get out of there. Lex has witnessed everything and is shocked at Clark's
superstrength. Lex has tears in his eyes as he stares at Clark. "I was
right about you all along Clark, you're not even human", he says. Clark
is unsure what to say. At that moment, a car pulls up, it's Dr. Foster
and two security guards. Lex is still on the ground, and he tries
explaining to the doctor what just happened. "That car hit him at 80
miles an hour, and he tossed it like a toy. Did you see him?", he asks
the doctor. "See who?", asks the doctor. Clark has disappeared. Dr.
Foster thinks Lex is talking crazy, and Lex starts calling out for Clark,
but can no longer fight the obvious. The security guards pick Lex off the
ground and into the car, as Dr. Foster assures Lex that everything is ok,
that they are gonna get him the help he needs.
Lana is slowly waking up, in her hospital bed, and Clark is sitting by
her bed. She asks about Lex, who he tells her is not doing so good. She's
sorry. "I almost died, Clark. I always thought you were being paranoid.
That being around you was too dangerous. But it's true. I know you were
only looking out for me. But you're right. I think I have to stay away
from you". They both have tears in their eyes. She closes her eyes again.
Clark is unable to say anything.
It's night at the Belle Reve Sanitarium. Dr. Foster encounters Lionel
in the hallway. She explains that, now that Lex is here, she can control
his treatment much more tightly. But the time the treatment is finishes,
she explains, Lex won't have any short term memory left. "Wasn't that
exactly what you wanted?", she asks. "Never believe for a second that
THIS is what I wanted", answers Lionel, "I love my son more than life
itself. But he leaves me no choice". He walks up to the window of a
padded room where Lex is sitting on the ground, alone, his upper body in
a straight jacket. Inside the room, we see that the window is a one-way
mirror. Lex looks at himself in the mirror. On the other side of the
glass, his father is starring right at him.
Lana is sleeping in her hospital bed. Clark is watching over her from
outside the room.
Lionel is looking at his son from outside the window, he places his
hand against the glass, as if to touch Lex. Lex is inside, he can't see
his dad, and is just staring blankly.
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Rutger Hauer was unavailable during production so the staff replaced
him with Patrick Bergin through the wonders of plastic surgery.
Patrick Bergen is billed as "Special Guest Star."
Both Clark and Chloe use the word "bizarro". This is a reference to
the Bizarro Superman character from the comic books, a grotesque
imitation of Superman created from lifeless matter.
Belle Reve in the comics is a maximum security prison in Louisiana
Samuel Jones III doesn't appear
in this episode.
From the angle of the horse's hooves landing on Lana, it looks as if
they'd break her back, not her leg.
Why didn't Clark tell the people that Lex had been drugged and that
that was what made him hallucinate?
In response to the good of why Clark didn't tell about Lex being
drugged, Lex saw Clark's abilities. While Clark did not know it, Lex
would lose his short-term memory from Dr. Foster's treatment. Clark
probably assumed it would be best if Lex comes to terms with his
"insanity" and admit to himself that Clark did not stop the car.
At the beginning when we see the Kent farm, there's a new green
tractor there. Have the Kents got themselves a new tractor? Later on we
see that they still got the old one, and Jonathan has said that they
won't get a new one until the old one's totally broken. It's doubtful
that the Kents would have two tractors on the farm...
If Morgan Edge kept kryptonite in his hands at all time for several
months, wouldn't the rocks affect him?
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