Originally Posted by Jaxon
The point of that scene was Jonaton Kent, not Clark. The look on Jon Kent's face staring at him in a quiet sort of awe thinking along the lines "my god, maybe this is his why he was sent to us"
It was amazingly done, and acted.
Sent to us for what? To run around in a red cape as a child? I'm sorry bit that is another scene that doesn't work for me. If Jonathan is suppose to see Clark's purpose in being sent to Earth he would have seen it when Clark saved those kids from the bus; not running around in a red cape as a child doing absolutely nothing.
Another little thing I appreciated was Clark and the other Kryptonians not having a perfect hold on their powers from minute one. In this story they weren't portrayed as aliens who were used to being Superpowered, they had been normal for all their lives now they fall on Earth and can do all these things that throw them a bit. I liked that Martha pointed out that baby Clark had a hard time breathing at first.