“I have this fear that one day you’ll finally get a good look at me and I’m going to disappoint you, cause you’ll see that I’m not as strong or as good as you think I am, and I’m afraid that it will change the way you think about me.”—Smallville (via runawaytrain)
"Clark. It's Chloe. I just wanted to let you know I'm okay. Davis and I are gone but please don't come and find us, okay? We're fine. I do know what I'm doing. And I knew that if I told you any sooner, that you would have found a way to stop me. Everything I've ever done, right or wrong, I did for you. "
"By running away? Admit it Chloe, you have feelings for him. That's why you're protecting him."
"Clark, I'm protecting you! I meant what I said. Condemning Davis to a life as that monster is worse than killing him."
"But what about you Chloe? Chloe I'm going to spend every second looking for you. I will find a way to save you."
"Clark you're not here to save one person. You're here to save all of us."
“And you think sacrificing yourself will help me do that? Chloe, you're wrong."
"I must have thrown a million green rocks away and I have never really saved you. Now I can. If there's one lesson I've learned from you, it's that choosing the greater good is never a sacrifice."
“Knowledge comes from finding the answers, yes, but understanding what the answers mean is what brings wisdom. Men who didn’t understand the difference have been the ruin of some of the world’s greatest civilizations.”—Lionel Luthor (via woocie)
“Lex was right about you, Clark, there’s not a bad bone in your body. My whole life I’ve had to deal with abusive people, people who took away my hope, but when I’m around you, someone I feel safe.”—Smallville (via hellotabbydoo)
"Since its debut in 2001, Smallville has continued to grow its fanbase—a fanbase that is very loyal and very vocal when it comes to their favorite show. Search through any Smallville blog and you’ll see that fans can be downright nasty when they feel that the shows haven’t been up to par or the characters are becoming too tiresome.
The producers are promising that they are not going to be slacking off, and have stated that although this is the final season, they are not pulling any punches and have saved the best for last.”
The executive producers of Smallville teased that this season will be darker, and the star of the show has his own thoughts on that as well. “He’s lost faith in his role with humanity,” Welling said. “I think he’s lost faith in himself and what he thought he was supposed to do.”
Regarding his decision to return for a tenth season of Smallville, the actor explained how he had to find out what the storyline was before he agreed to it. There was plenty of discussion involved, but in the end he knew he was committed to something important.
“We have a great group, and I love everybody that’s a part of it,” he claimed. “Their ideas made sense to me. What I don’t want to do, and what nobody ever wants for the show they’re on, is for it to dwindle out and lose its credibility. And I think this season, if anything, we’ve re-energized it.”
“I’m just having all these feelings and I don’t know what they mean. It’s like I was going along and it just snuck up on me. And I tried to ignore it, but then there’s these moments that you can’t. Maybe I was reading it wrong. I know it sounds sappy, but I thought, just for a minute, someone needed me.”—Lois, Smallville Season 8, Bride. (via woocie)