Smallville was a 2001-2011 American television series about the adventures of Clark Kent before he took on the title of Superman, starting with Clark's days as a Smallville teenager and ending with his early years as a reporter for The Daily Planet in the city of Metropolis. Along the way, Clark and his friends fight enemies large and small, including a number of super-powered "meteor freaks" who gained their powers from the same Kryptonian meteor storm that brought Clark to Earth. The series starred Tom Welling as Clark Kent, and costarred Allison Mack, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum, and Erica Durance.
Hug (Season 1, Episode 11)Edit
Two traveling salesmen develop irresistable powers of persuasion after the Kryptonian meteor shower. When one of them uses his powers on Clark's father, convincing him to sell the family farm for nearly nothing, Clark and Chloe must track down the other man, who has gone into seclusion.
Magnetic (Season 3, Episode 7)Edit
Seth (Kevin Zegers) develops the power to manipulate metal after getting hit in the head with a snowglobe that contained tiny bits of meteor rock. He soon discovers that he can also affect people by touching them, and he uses his powers to make Lana fall in love with him.
Delete (Season 3, Episode 11)Edit
Molly Griggs (Missy Peregrym) uses her meteor-enhanced abilities to create hypnotic e-mails that she sends to people, programming them to kill Chloe.
Devoted (Season 4, Episode 4)Edit
Smallville High School's cheerleading squad creates a special potion from Kryptonite that causes the drinker to become completely devoted to them.
Jinx (Season 4, Episode 7)Edit
A new exchange student arrives at Smallville High School. Mikhail Mxyzptlk (Trent Ford) has the power to influence people's actions. He uses his powers to start a betting ring, always winning his bets by influencing the actions on the field of play. Chloe investigates but puts herself- and Clark- in danger.
Spell (Season 4, Episode 8)Edit
Lana is possessed by the spirit of Isabelle Tharow, a distant ancestor who was burned at the stake for witchcraft. The possessed Lana lures her friends Chloe and Lois into the woods, where she tricks them into completing a spell that allows Isabelle's fellow witches to possess them. The three possessed girls set out to track down three Kryptonian stones of power that will boost their magical abilities.
Upon learning that Clark has a connection to the stones, the witches manage to overcome him with magic and force him to reveal where the stones are hidden. With the help of Lana's boyfriend Jason (Jensen Ackles), Clark is able to regain his powers and destroy the spellbook that possesed Lana, freeing all three girls.
Spirit (Season 4, Episode 18)Edit
Snotty social butterfly Dawn Stiles (Beatrice Rosen) crashes her car into a meteor rock-filled ravine and becomes a body-hopping spirit.
Hypnotic (Season 5, Episode 16)Edit
SImone (Nichole Hiltz) arrives in town with a pendant that can instantly hypnotize anyone. When she uses it on Clark, she discovers his superpowers.
Progeny (Season 6, Episode 18)Edit
Lex uses an experimental drug to wake Chloe's mother Moira from a catatonic state, then has her use her powers to take control of Chloe's mind.
Bloodline (Season 8, Episode 8)Edit
Lois escapes after being briefly imprisoned in the Phanton Zone, but the evil Kryptonian criminal Faora manages to follow her out of the Zone and possesses her when they return to Earth.
Legion (Season 8, Episode 11)EditChloe, who has been possessed by Brainiac, creates a hypnotic signal that takes over every computer and TV screen in Metropolis, entrancing the population and allowing Brainiac to steal their collective knowledge.
Warrior (Season 9, Episode 12)Edit
Clark meets Zantanna the Magician (Serinda Swan) at a comic book convention, where she is trying to track down a cursed object. She uses her magical powers to seduce Clark.
Persuasion (Season 9, Episode 13)Edit
On Valentine's Day, Clark is unwittingly infected by Gemstone Kryptonite, a form that gives people the power to make their wishes come true. Clark accidentally uses his powers on Lois and Chloe, causing them to obidiently follow his wishes to the letter.
Escape (Season 9, Episode 15)EditAn evil force known as the Silver Banshee escapes from a painting and possesses the female guests of a secluded bed and breakfast.
Isis (Season 10, Episode 9)Edit
Isis, an ancient goddess, possesses Lois, hoping to resurrect the mummified body of her beloved soulmate Osaris.
Prophecy (Season 10, Episode 20)Edit
The Toyman, an imprisoned master criminal, uses a mind-control device to take control of Stargirl (Britt Irvin) and Lois.