Pics of Black Canary on SMALLVILLE

Production Photos from "Siren," the February 7th episode of Smallville--plus a plot synopsis of all six remaining Season Seven episodes.
Six more episodes remain in Smallville's seventh season before the Well of New Content runs dry (due to the WGA strike). The CW will air the first on Thursday, January 31.

In "Persona," the first new episode since mid-December, the real Clark (Tom Welling) remains frozen in the Fortress of Solitude, while Bizarro (also Welling) seeks the help of the newly-returned Milton Fine, a.k.a. Brainiac (James Marsters), to ensure he can stay "Clark" forever. Meanwhile Lionel Luthor (John Glover) learns that Daily Planet editor Grant Gabriel (Michael Cassidy) is a clone of his dead son, Julian. The episode features Superman movie alum Mark McClure (Jimmy Olsen).

"Will McClure have a cute scene with Aaron Ashmore, who plays Smallville's version of Jimmy?"'s MARK WILSON asked rhetorically. "I don't think Smallville is the type of show to pass that up."

The following week's segment, "Siren", introduces the DC Comics hero Black Canary to the Smallville universe. BC (Alaina Huffman of Painkiller Jane) is a vigilante in the employ of Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum), who convinces her that the Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) and his "Justice League" are terrorists. Sparks fly, as does BC's subsonic "canary cry." Meanwhile, Lois Lane (Erica Durance) discovers that Green Arrow is secretly her ex, Oliver Queen...AND she clashes with conservative talk show host Dinah Lance, the alter ego of Black Canary!

After the February 14th episode, "Fracture," in which amnesiac Kara (Laura Vandervoort) reappears, Smallville goes into repeats until March 20's "Hero," featuring the long-awaited return of Pete Ross (Sam Jones III), who has to deal with all the changes in Smallville...and in himself.

The next week, "Traveler" guest stars Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica) as Pierce, a man so afraid of aliens that he kidnaps Clark and holds him in a specially built prison. Chloe (Allison Mack), Lana (Kristin Kreuk) and Kara team up to save their Man of Steel.

In episode 15, "Veritas," Jane Seymour returns as Genevieve Teague! (Relax: It's a flashback.) Brainiac rears his shape-shifting head, and Chloe confronts Lionel about his true motivations. "Veritas" does not yet have an airdate, but may serve as the show's cliffhanger season finale.

[Thanks to The Comics Continuum, MovieWeb, and DON WILLIAMS at BuddyTV.]
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