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SMALLVILLE 2001 TV Series
  • Chloe Sullivan: What are you doing to those poor citrus?
    Clark Kent: Apparently there's enough acid in them to act as a battery.
    Chloe Sullivan: How very survivor of you. What are you gonna call it, a Clockwork Orange?Pete Ross: Don't you wish you were the first one to say that?
    (Season 2 episode Visitor)

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  • 1874
    • June
      • June 12
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Date of Birth on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, also known as Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe's grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
  • 1924
  • 1929
    • July
      • July 13
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Date of Death on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, also known as Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe's grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
  • 1961
    • June
      • June 15
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Lionel Luthor's father Lachlan Luthor arrested by Billy Tate of the Smallville Sheriff Department for snatching Lana's Aunt Louise's purse on Main Street - and being foiled by Joe the drifter, actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
      • June 17
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Lionel Luthor's father Lachlan Luthor released by the Smallville Sheriff Department after being arrested for snatching Lana's Aunt Louise's purse on Main Street - and being foiled by Joe the drifter, actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
  • 1974
  • 1977
  • 1980
  • 1986
  • 1989
    • October
      • October 16
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Future superhero Clark Kent arrives on Earth amid a violent meteor shower that rains down the town of Smallville, Kansas. Actual date specified on missing persons flyer for self-proclaimed alien Cyrus Krupp's family - John, Maggie and William Burnet - who have been missing since the day of the meteor shower. (Season 2 episode Visitor) Jordan Cross born, his mother killed when struck by a meteor. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
  • 1995
    • October
      • October 16
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Date of Lowell County newspaper headline that Clark finds while looking for information on new student Jordan Cross: SIX YEAR OLD SEER Foretells Coaster Crash. An awkward scene transpired outside of the Smallville Town Fair's rollercoaster. Jordan Cross, while celebrating his birthday, went ballistic outside the rollercoaster, screaming someone was going to be killed. His dad pulled him back, but when they finally restarted the ride, one of the cars broke loose, killing the woman who had been in line with him. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
  • 1996
    • April
      • April 11
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          Three days before Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, in which she wrote in her journal, "Saturday. Today I went down to my friend Elisabeth's house. She has a new dollhouse and lots of dolls. We made cookies and played. Daddy picked me up and he made hamburgers. According to the article in the Smallville Ledger shown earlier in the episode, Emily drowns on April 14, 1996. But April 14 was a Sunday, making April 11 a Thursday, meaning either Emily got the day of week wrong in her journal, or it was simply an oversight by the crew. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
      • April 13
        •  Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
          The day before Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, in which she wrote in her journal, "Monday. I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow. Lana and I are going to the river. We are going to be best friends forever. According to the article in the Smallville Ledger shown earlier in the episode, Emily drowns on April 14, 1996. But April 14 was a Sunday, making April 13 a Saturday, meaning either Emily got the day of week wrong in her journal, or it was simply an oversight by the crew. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
  • 2001
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  • 2003

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