The TV MegaSite banner

 Smallville Episode Guide Banner

animated Smallville picture


Welcome to The TV MegaSite's Smallville Site!

Please click on the menus above to browse through our site!


The TV MegaSite--TV Is Our Life (Logo)
(Best viewed in IE or Netscape 6 and above)

This is just an unofficial fan page, we have no connection to the show or network.

Season One  - Season Two - Season Three - Season Five - Season Six  - Season Seven - Season Eight  

Season Four: Crusade - Gone - Façade - Devoted - Run - Transference - Jinx - Spell - Bound - Scare - Pariah - Recruit - Krypto - Sacred - Lucy - Onyx - Spirit - Blank - Ageless - Forever - Commencement


First aired January 26, 2005

Photo from Unsafe

Official Description - Detailed Description - Notes

See also: Quotes - Music - Transcripts

The CW's Official Description:

Claiming to be cured, Alicia (guest star Sarah Carter) is released from Belle Reve hospital and comes to Smallville to rekindle her relationship with Clark (Tom Welling). Initially skeptical of Alicia, Clark finds himself enjoying a relationship with someone who knows his secret, but when she pushes for more he hesitates, causing her to use red kryptonite on him. "Bad Clark" emerges and whisks Alicia off to get married in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Lana (Kristin Kreuk) decides to have sex with Jason (Jensen Ackles) in order to win him back.

Michael Rosenbaum, Allison Mack, John Glover, Annette O'Toole and John Schneider also star. Greg Beeman directed the episode written by Jeph Loeb & Steven DeKnight

Detailed Description:

This episode has recently aired. The detailed episode guide will be as soon as we clear our backlog. If you want to join our team, or help with just one detailed episode guide, email us!

All detailed descriptions © Copyright 2000-2008 - All Rights Reserved


The WB advertised this episode as "Mr. & Mrs. Clark Kent."

Chloe comes on after the show and talks about the importance of safe sex and where to find information (

Exactly how does Alicia know about red kryptonite? Clark hadn't been exposed to it for a considerable period before she met him. Unless somebody is keeping records that Alicia could have teleported in and stolen, she had no chance to observe its effects on Clark. Unless she can teleport through time back from when she met Clark (in "Obsession") to when he was last exposed to red-k (in "Exile" / "Phoenix"), there seems no way she could have known about the stuff or what it does to Clark.

Intentional lead poisoning, anyone? Alicia's bracelet would cause permanent brain damage and cut decades off her lifespan. And yet, no one seems to think this a problem, not even Dr. McBride, who presumably went to medical school.

You can't go to Las Vegas at night and run into a marriage chapel to get married. During daytime hours you have to go to the courthouse to get a marriage license first. And they won't marry you without a marriage license.

Secret ID much? Clark first superspeeds away directly in front of a minister, a minister who knows his name ("Do you, Clark Kent...?" Then he shoves McBride 20' into a barn wall - isn't the guy going to remember that Clark used superpowers on him?

If Alicia's own physician, the one who declared her "cured" and released her, is himself declared insane, then she'd be put back in Belle Reve immediately. Particularly since she was the one McBride was nuts about.

Chloe and Jimmy: A possible in-joke: Chloe says she lost her virginity supposedly to Jimmy Olsen. At the time this episode aired, Adam Brody (Seth from the O.C.) was currently in the running to play Jimmy in the new Superman movie, and he also played Chloe's boyfriend in Crush.

As odd as it may sound to longtime Superman fans, from the sound of Chloe's confession to Lana, Chloe may have been involved with Jimmy Olson, who in the comic books was a young newspaper photographer who often worked with reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane, as well as being known to many readers as 'Superman's Pal'

Chloe says: "On the risk of going all After School Special on you...", referencing the series of hour-long afternoon specials dealing with various teen issues.

Chloe says: "couldn't handle The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock was a poem written by Thomas Stearns Eliot about a lonely, but wealthy, man who is too timid to tell a woman he likes about his feelings for her.

Alicia says: "you have buns of steel", Buns of Steel is a work out program.

Season One  - Season Two - Season Three - Season Five - Season Six  - Season Seven - Season Eight  

Season Four: Crusade - Gone - Façade - Devoted - Run - Transference - Jinx - Spell - Bound - Scare - Pariah - Recruit - Krypto - Sacred - Lucy - Onyx - Spirit - Blank - Ageless - Forever - Commencement

Back to Smallville Episode Guides Page

Back to the Main Smallville Page

Free cursors for MySpace at!


Updated 1/5/09


We don't read the guestbook very often, so please don't post QUESTIONS, only COMMENTS, if you want an answer. Feel free to email us with your questions by clicking on the Feedback link above! PLEASE SIGN-->

View and Sign My Guestbook Bravenet Guestbooks


Stop Global Warming!

Click to help rescue animals!

Click here to help fight hunger!
Fight hunger and malnutrition.
Donate to Action Against Hunger today!

Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign
Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign!

Click to donate to the Red Cross!
Please donate to the Red Cross to help disaster victims!

Support Wikipedia

Support Wikipedia    

Save the Net Now

Help Katrina Victims!