New Smallville Spoilers: ‘Turbulence’

3/19 New ‘Turbulence’

SmallvilleTess invites Clark to a press conference in New York, but when an explosion rocks the private jet they are on, Clark must figure out how to save them without Tess learning his secret. Unbeknownst to Clark, Tess orchestrated the explosion to get Clark to reveal his powers. Meanwhile, Davis discovers a surprising way to control the monster within.

Any good Chloe spoilers in the Smallville pipeline?
Thanks to Zantanna (Serinda Swan), Chloe and Lois are going to be switching bodies in “Hex,” but there could be more crazy stuff for Allison Mack to come. Cassidy Freeman tells me, “I think it’s really interesting what they’re doing with Chloe. You have this show that has been on for so long, and you have this character that’s not really in the mythos and has had to create her own self. You can do anything with her and that’s kind of what they’re doing.”

How about a good Smallville spoiler?
How’s this? Meteor freaks start dying in Metropolis, but don’t be so quick to think Doomsday is the culprit.

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Smallville: Guess Who Finds Luthor’s Journal?

Source: E!Online

Smallville, Tom Welling, Cassidy Freeman The CW

What would life be like for Clark Kent (Tom Welling) on Smallville if everyone knew that he is actually a Superman? What if there were a journal that held every detail about Kal-El, Krypton and Clark Kent? Well, in an upcoming episode Tess Mercer (Cassidy Freeman) discovers there is such a journal, and it’s not at all clear that she can be trusted with that info… We just chatted up Cassidy about Tess’ arc this season, and not only does she hold the key to Clark’s secret but she’s in grave danger herself and may not even be back next season…

Tess and Clark are going for a little flight, and the episode is called “Turbulence”—plane crash anyone?
Ding, ding, ding! It’s me and Clark. I approach him in a very different way than Lex did; I see Clark as an opportunity for security in a way that I’ve never felt before. I, like everybody else, need a hero, and I’m looking to Clark for that.

Does Tess know about Clark’s powers?
She knows what she’s read, she’s knows what she’s seen, she knows what she’s heard, but she wants him to trust her.

Wait, read?
Tess uncovers Lionel Luthor’s diary, and she learns everything.

Smallville, Tom Welling Frank Ockenfels/The CW

Clark shouldn’t trust her then, right?
That’s a good question. We’ve seen that Tess can kill people, but she’s not predictable. You can’t really count on her to be one way or the other, but she does things she feels she needs to, even if that means doing a really, really evil thing.

Fans want to see more of Tess this season—what can they look forward to?
There’s another episode coming up which is called “Eternal,” directed by James Marshall. It’s super Tess-heavy, probably the most I’ve ever been in an episode. I say more words than I’ve said the entire season, and Tess and Davis finally meet.

Davis Bloome or Doomsday?
Both.

Is she in danger?
Yeah, she gets bitch-slapped. She definitely presses buttons. She’s out there; she’s like f–k all, I want to know the truth.

It’s nice to see a little love connection with Oliver and Tess as well.
We do have an interesting relationship. We haven’t touched on the romance of that; I think their romantic relationship lives in a certain time, and it may live again, but right now she’s trying to live her life without a man or a father figure or anyone telling her what she should or shouldn’t do.

Michael Rosenbaum The WB/Brian Cyr

Is Lex really dead? Could he show up in the finale?
No one is ever really dead on Smallville, just like no one is ever really human.

They’ve taken to humanizing you, though.
I am one of the only humans on the show, really, or the only person who hasn’t been affected by Kryptonite or Brainiac. I love that about Tess; when she’s doing bad things, you’re rooting for her, and then when something horrible happens to her, you kind of feel bad for her in a way.

The finale is still untitled, but do the writers have a plan now that they’ve been picked up for a ninth season?
They were doing “choose your own adventure.” They were doing either a series finale or season finale. So now that we know that we’re going another season, they’ve had to pull things over to a season finale.

The show is picked up for the ninth season, but are you?
I officially have not had the invite back, but I hope that I’m back. I think that it would be awesome to have Tess back. That scene when she’s talking in the mirror to Lex and she shuts him off, that was really her turning point for me, because before she was this character that was always looking for Lex. She was really in the show to take on that role because Michael Rosenbaum left, and that’s the moment she starts to build her own character.

Promise you will not die this season.
I hope not. If they don’t bring me in [for the next season], I will promise you that I will storm into the production office, and there will be a beatdown until they put me in the show.

Should Tess Mercer come back for the ninth season? What do you make of the elusive Lionel Luthor diary? Hit the comments with your thoughts.

Smallville airs Thursdays on the CW at 8 p.m.

—Reporting by Natalie Abrams

Clip of ‘Smallville’ 8.16: Davis Controls the Monster Within Him

Apart from Tess’ attempt to reveal Clarks’ power, next week in ‘Smallville’, Jimmy will confront Davis who is trying to suppress the monster inside him.


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Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

While the preview for “” 8.16 released yesterday was focused on Clark and Tess, a clip that has just been released by The CW takes on another side of the episode called “Turbulence”. Jimmy is accusing Davis of having something with Chloe and he wants him to confess. While being confronted, Davis tries his hard not to unleash the monster within him. When Jimmy is taken down, Chloe approaches him and he discovers a surprising way to control the monster inside him. Also in the episode that airs March 19, Tess invites Clark to a press conference in New York but when an explosion rocks the private jet they are on, Clark must figure out how to save them without Tess learning his secret. Unbeknown to Clark, Tess orchestrated the explosion to get Clark to reveal his powers.

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