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  1. avidreader Registered

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    You dont know how special Clark is or you dont know if Lana knows how special Clark is. ;)

    C'mon, its so obvious that he's :supes: Hee, hee.... to me at least.

    Thanks for taking the time to answer.

    I might have just one and a coffee as well. Still feeling a bit queazy after last night. :O
     
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    More Questions :D :

    (1) What do u guys have pland for season 6?

    (2) How far do u think Smallville will last? till 6 or 7 season?

    (3) Are we ever goin to see Zod?
     
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    Hi there!

    Who wrote the episode Vessel? And, how would you rate it based on previous Smallville season finales. I find myself skeptical that any finale could surpass Commencement. THAT was brilliant. But the buzz says that Vessel is the biggest finale yet. Without spoiling us too much, what are your thoughts? {We have so little spoilers to go on this year.)
     
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    I don't know if you'll get to this one.. it's okay if you don't, I think it's great that you're answering all that you are.. but I am wondering how often it is that you get up to Vancouver?

    I assume that you mainly work out of L.A. but since the show is based in Vancouver do ever need to go there and be on set?
    And do you get to party with the cast when you do? :D

    (Okay, maybe that's just what *I* would do..) ;)
     
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  7. avidreader Registered

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    That's a shame. I hope you stick around, your writing rocks. And I would just like to add that every time my 11 year old son gets out the Season 4 DVD set, Ageless is the first episode he watches and repeatedly.
     
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    So many questions where do I start...lol
     
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    Damn, there goes my hope of a L&C-esque episode where everyone's trapped by kidnappers/terrorists in Metropolis. :(


    The missle jump on Hidden takes my breath away whenever I watch it. I am constantly amazed at what you guys can give us on a week-in, week-out basis. :up:

    Damnit, I'm missing the nap part! :D

    I love the word processor--it truely it the holy grail of computer apps. I'm partial to keeping notes in a hard-bound journal while I'm using the computer. It feels like one medium is never enough.


    Most impressive! I'm fifty-fifty on sleep-deprived writing. Some of it can be pure gold (especially because you get that jolt of, DID I WRITE THIS?! in the morning), but some of it deserves to be buried in steel drums in Nevada...::shudder::

    Thank you for your answers, Mr. DeKnight. And keep up the good work--ah, hell, who am I kidding?--I'll luv ya no matter what. :D
     
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    I'm actually a fan of Ageless too. I thought it was a sweet way of re-introducing the Clark-Lana romance that had been pretty non-existant during Season Four. :up:


    Please, please don't hurt me with the pointy sticks. :O
     
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    I got ya back homie! lol
     
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  13. avidreader Registered

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    I liked it too. I still think it may have worked better if they had found some way of keeping him as the little boy rather than booming into a teenager.
     

  14. I'll get the hang of this one day.
     
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    But can you imagine how much worse it would have come off then when they blew him up?? LOL...

    Actually, you're doing great. :up:
     
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    Okay, that just makes me wanna scream. Its so long over due, I feel it really drags her storyline down. Please say your teasing. :)

    But I will be patient and see what you guys have planned.
     
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    Hehee, thanks. :)

    You have my complete agreement there; the kid-version was definitely cuter than the teen-version. :D
     
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    Yea Kenny Braverman A.K.A Conduit
     
  19. avidreader Registered

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    Well we could have seen a more obvious aging process during the final moments. I dunno, it just seemed that the kid was a better actor and more identifiable character than the teenager.
     
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    I like the insights into your process, Steve... one of my favorite books was on Stephen King's writing, On Writing...

    I also really like Adventures in the Screen Trade for the same reasons, it's interesting to see how different people work...

    I start out with scene cards the rest is all on the confuser... ;) :up:
     
  21. I can't spell worth a damn either. Very embarrassing. Thanks for dropping by MySpace. Did you sign up as one of my friends? 'Cause you know Brian K. Vaughn is beating me ten to one. Bastard.


    Shamless BKV plug: If any of you out there aren't reading Y: The Last Man, run out and get the trade paperbacks immediately! Pure genius!

    :supes:
     
  22. My confuser runs 24-7.
     
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    I've read the first 3 so far.. Someone needs to seriously make a film out of that series, it's wildly entertaining. Do something about that, will ya? ;)

    Preacher, too. Tom would be great cast in the lead, btw.
     
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    I created an account at your MySpace, and then I couldnt remember what user name I gave myself and now I'm really confused.
     
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    ::scampers off to sign up for myspace:: :O
     

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