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Old 03-05-2012, 04:29 PM   #90
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Default Re: The Best, The Worst of Smallville

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Originally Posted by The Incredible Hulk View Post
I think we were a lot more forgiving of episodes in Season 1 as they happened. Now when you go back and look at them, they don't hold up given the quality we got later on down the line, although they do have a somewhat more innocent and endearing quality to them.
Not for me.

Even when the first season plots where ridiculous in concept, the writing was altogether more natural and that makes them more watchable to me. And even in the most renouned episodes, there were usually moments that shine.

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