The 10th and final season of Smallville premieres tonight. While I’m excited for the new season, I am very uncertain if the producers of the show will give the fans what we have been hoping for. After 9 seasons of winey Lana’s, losing powers, and lame villains of the week we the fans need closure! To end the show properly here are the Essential Seven Things We Want To See From Smallville’s Final Season:
7) One Good Storyline Instead of Many Stupid Ones
I think this one is self-expanatory. I could care less about love potions and radioactive bugs and whatever else the writers decide to write about. I want to have one good storyline to follow. The Zod storyline last year was great, but it was interrupted with small inconsequential stories that slowed down the Zod story.
6) Less Slow Motion
During a few episodes last season, I swore the only reason slow motion was used was because the script was bad and not long enough to fill the allotted time. And that brings me to…
5) Bruce Wayne/Batman
We’ve seen everyone else. I know Oliver/Green Arrow is supposed to be the proxy for Bruce/Batman. And the Green Arrow is probably one of the better parts of Smallville right now, but nothing really can replace the bat. We don’t have to see Batman, but why not have Bruce Wayne stop by for a visit?
4) Less Saving the Damsel in Distress
I’m so sick of seeing Chloe/Lana/Lois being in trouble. Each week one of these women end up in the hospital. If they were normal, they would be dead by now. Besides, women can kick ass, too. Buffy, anyone?
3) Lex Luthor
Enough with these lesser villians. Luthor needs to be brought back. He is, after all, Superman’s archnemesis.
It’s the only thing Clark hasn’t done. (Not counting when he was high on different colored Kryptonites.) Along with the suit, it will take him from the being known as the Blur to Superman. Do any of you find the superhero name “The Red-Blue Blur” to be as lame as I do?
1) The suit
We’ve been waiting patiently. It’s time. The black trenchcoat, Matrix rip-off costume isn’t cutting it. And while I’m at it, last season Clark told Lois he needs to wear glasses. Where did they go? If we don’t see Tom Welling in the Superman costume, then the producers, have wasted 10 years of our time!
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