After Martha was mugged taking some of Jonathan's clothes down to the homeless shelter, Clark became very angry.
Jonathan's watch had been stolen and Clark was bound and determined to get it back. He had exhausted every legal means
of finding the gang-members who mugged his mom, when a young vigilante Chloe and the Daily Planet had dubbed
"Angel" burst into his life. Angel had been the one who initially saved Martha from the muggers. Although she
was definitely an angel of justice, she took a much more hard-edged approach than Clark normally would. Because of his
recent loss though, Clark was able to look past her violent ways. He went along with her vigilante ways until she
killed the man that killed her mother; coincidentally, the same man that mugged Martha. Angel learned that her mother's
murder was just a setup by a Luthor, which one, we don't know. She escapes leaving Clark to help Lionel, who she had
just thrown out the window. Realizing just how close he had gotten to the edge, Clark reasserts himself to the
Again, this was a fine episode. If I had seen it any time before Reckoning, I probably would have thought much higher of it, but the bar has been set so much higher now, it's gonna take a lot more to impress me. I really want to see the agression between Lex and Clark amp-up. They set a lot of things up, and I know last week was a very Lex-heavy episode, but Michael Rosenbaum's presence was sorely missing this week. I'm also getting very sick of the yo-yo between Clark and Lana, yet another reason I would have rather seen her go last week. All in all, it's like I said at the beginning, everything seemed to have a very "gray" overcast, I can't wait for them to get back into color. Maybe the primaries... some Red, Yellow, a little Blue perhaps? Let me know what you think.