Slumber - S3-E4

Corrected entry: In this episode Clark keeps having dreams of this girl who moved in Lana's old house, and is in a coma. In one of the dream sequences Clark says he doesn't have powers in the dreams. Yet in a previous dream he's with Lex at his mansion, and Lex takes a Japanese Katana and attacks Clark with it, but Clark blocks the sword with his arm and the sword blade shatters. If he doesn't have any powers in the dreams then shouldn't he have been hurt?

Correction: Clark says, "I have no power," meaning that he doesn't have the power to stop the Traveller, not as a reference to his abilities (which remain available to him in the dreams). He's saying that Sara is the one who must stop him. Even though Clark is eventually able to destroy the Traveller with his heat vision, he wouldn't have been able to do that until Sara stood up to him in the end.


Slumber - S3-E4

Corrected entry: Near the beginning of the episode, Pete informs Clark that he missed a Science exam that counts for 50% of his grade. Pete tells Clark that "he flunked." Near the end of the episode, Lana asks Clark what he is doing and Clark tells her he is studying for his make-up "History" exam.

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Correction: When Pete tells Clark about flunking his test, Clark was in a deep sleep. He was dreaming. Later in the episode when Lana brings him his homework, she tells him that the teacher is going to let him make up his test as long as he has a note from his parents.

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