Re: Smallville "Exposed"
- From: "Ken from Chicago" <kwicker1b_nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 07:42:15 -0600
"William December Starr" <wdstarr@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>I never watched this show before, but I happened to tune in this
> time. Okay, that's a lie -- I watched it because of the reports of
> Lois going undercover as a stripper. Anyway...
More like out of cover.
> I love the Smallville Police Department. Based on this detective,
> they could take lessons in law enforcement from Chief Wiggum of "The
Smallvillians hire their cops from the same acadamy as Sunnydalites.
> I hope Clark asked Lois for his twenty dollars back at some point...
Not after where it's been.
> Could the victim in the teaser have *been* any more stupid?
How was she stupid?
> I'd like to know what country the bad guy was supposed to be from --
> as I understand it, a diplomat's home nation can waive his immunity
> upon request -- and what Interpol arrested him in Paris for.
> (Suspicion of having done something bad in a different nation where
> he couldn't be prosecuted?)
I think the country needs to have some kind of diplomatic status of a
foreigner in order to have diplomatic immunity in that country.
> And why was he paying $500,000 for women that he could have just as
> easily have kidnapped off the street?
He wanted women who passed his tests. Presumably women sent to the club had
already been screened by this "Rocko" guy that supposedly sent Lois.
> Erica Durance just isn't noticeably hot. Not even when doing the
> family-friendly-tv version of stripping and pole dancing.
Okay, you need to see a doctor, either a shrink or an optometrist. If
anything detracted from her appeal is the show trying too hard and too much
dialogue, especially expository dialogue, for everyone involved. Not quite
nearly as bad as CHARMED, but distracting enough at times.
Altho the bottom of the costume was not flattering to Erica's bottom--or
vice versa. Again, nothing a sandwich or two wouldn't fix.
> Does everybody in Metropolis have super-speed? I understand how
> Clark got from the Daily Planet office to the bad guy's lair, and
> then up to the roof, so quickly, but how'd Chloe and the Keystone
> Kops manage to arrive there about two minutes later?
Okay, Keystone is another city, Wally West's home town, thankyouverymuch,
and they do have to be fast to keep up with the fastest man alive.
Two minutes is reasonable amount of time for cops who were already alerted
about the place in first place. There are cops in Chicago who are within a
few minutes or pert near any location in the city limits. In fact there's a
lawsuit in the system for some cops not responding for 10-15 minutes to a
domestic abuse call for someone who was violating a restraining order. A
second group of cops had responded and showed up to call after a first group
responded by failed to show up.
> No, really, Clark should demand his money back.
Clark would be squeamish considering where the money's been.
> William December Starr <wdstarr@xxxxxxxxx>
-- Ken from Chicago
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