Talk Ville tackles ‘Stray’ in latest episode

Chaos on set, a stunt gone wrong and reading minds with Greg Beeman!

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In the latest episode of the Talk Ville podcast Michael Rosenbaum and Tom Welling talk about the season one episode of “Smallville,” “Stray.”

The dynamic duo is joined by show co-executive producer Greg Beeman and talk about the limo stunt going wrong, early chaos surrounding the show and butting heads with co-creators Miles Millar and Al Gough.

Beeman also recalled setting a precedence for the industry and reminded the costars how the entire crew was involved in song choices for the series.

We’ve talked about him in just about every episode so far – it only made sense to have him on as a guest… This week we’re joined by the one and only Greg Beeman: show runner, director, and glue to the early success of Smallville. Beeman talks about coming into the show during the chaos of Season 1 and remembers moments during the early days behind the scenes that cemented the show in his heart forever. Not only that, but we also review an episode! This week we tackle Episode #16: Stray. Tom and Michael remember working with Ryan Kelley, the limo stunt that went wrong, and Smallville getting into some pretty brutal attack scenes.

Talk Ville episode description

In “Smallville’s” “Stray,” Martha Kent (Annette O’toole) injures mind-reading Ryan (Ryan Kelley) in an auto accident, and he fakes amnesia to get away from his criminal step-parents who hatch an elaborate plan to steal him back and use his abilities to rob Lex Luthor (Rosenbaum).

Currently, “Smallville” is available to stream on Hulu. Learn more about “Talk Ville” and subscribe on their website. “Stray” aired April 16, 2002.

Photos from ‘Smallville’ — 01×16 Stray

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