5 replies on “Smallville Discussion – “Red” (rerun)”

  1. y42 says:

    “meteor rocks”
    Since Krypton has been named, you think they’ll stop calling ’em rocks and start calling it kryptonite anytime soon?

    • antihero says:

      Re: “meteor rocks”
      Yeah, and I bet Pete will come up with it off-handedly.

      “So they found Kryptonite in the guy’s pants.”
      “Kryptonite?”
      “I figured, hey, since that’s the name of your planet…”

      Although, come to think of it, calling it Kryptonite would be a little suspicious if anyone ever heard them calling it that.

      • GrimSean says:

        Re: “meteor rocks”

        Yeah, and I bet Pete will come up with it off-handedly.

        “So they found Kryptonite in the guy’s pants.”
        “Kryptonite?”
        “I figured, hey, since that’s the name of your planet…”

        Although, come to think of it, calling it Kryptonite would be a little suspicious if anyone ever heard them calling it that.

        Chloe: “Why are you calling it ‘Kryptonite’?”

        Clark: “Well, uh, nobody knows where it came from…. so it’s got a ‘cryptic’ origin… so ‘Kryptonite'”

        Chloe: “Well… I suppose it’s better than ‘Meteor Rocks'”

        I can see it now….

  2. Timeshredder says:

    valuable rubies
    I haven’t watched an ep for awhile, so this was kind of fun. I had one problem. I know that Smallville is the Meteor Capital of the World…. But substituting “worthless meteor rock” for “valuable rubies”???

    Ok.

    Smallville is the only known source of a type of a space rock with special properties. Someone finds a never-before-seen red variant. How is that gonna be less valuable than rubies?

    • y42 says:

      Re: valuable rubies

      I haven’t watched an ep for awhile, so this was kind of fun. I had one problem. I know that Smallville is the Meteor Capital of the World…. But substituting “worthless meteor rock” for “valuable rubies”???

      Ok.

      Smallville is the only known source of a type of a space rock with special properties. Someone finds a never-before-seen red variant. How is that gonna be less valuable than rubies?

      Yeah, that bugged me too.
      I blame LuthorCorp…
      ;- )

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