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Smallville Returns with New Villain
Clark Kent has been visiting alternate realities for season ten of CW’s Smallville. Hopefully fans are enjoying the mixed up plot lines, but the bonus is actors whose characters are dead in the regular Smallville continuity can return thanks to Clark’s reality hopping. Are you ready to meet the newest villain our hero will have face?
Be warned, if you click over to TV Line you will see a striking resemblance. Yes, that’s actor John Schneider, who used to play Jonathan Kent, but has been dead for several seasons, and yes, he has Clark all tied up!
TV Line reported the upcoming episode which reunites both actors is titled “Kent” and “takes place in the alternate world that Clark accidentally got pulled into in the December episode ‘Luthor.’ This time, Clark is tricked into the trip by his evil alt self, Clark Luthor. Once on the Other Side, our mild-mannered reporter is mistaken by Jonathan for the now-unmasked Ultraman, so Papa Kent decides to take justice into his own hands.”
This Jonathan “has had a very different path than the Jonathan we all know,” Schneider told the Starkville House of El website. “[He] is so different you can’t believe it!” Furthermore, the episode represents “a changing of … the guard, an opportunity for Clark to give Jonathan the strength to move forward for once, instead of the other way around,” Schneider told SHoE, “It’s quite a wonderful script.”
One character not returning to Smallville‘s final season, is Lana Lang.