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Talk Ville resurrects memories of ‘Smallville’s’ ‘Reaper’ in latest podcast episode

Touch of death, disappointment, Tom's angst and loved ones lost. Here's everything Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum said about "Smallville's" 17th season one episode, "Reaper."

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Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum talk convenient storylines, acting scenes of irrational angst and difficulty in parenting in their latest episode of “Talk Ville.”

Tom also spoke of his acting during sport scenes and both stars commended Annette O’Toole’s stand out performance as Martha Kent.

Join us this week as we find out if Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum can get through a review of Smallville’s Episode 17: Reaper before disintegrating into ash. The guys talk about a new collective all time low in the rewatch and analyze the episode’s themes of losing loved ones and reconciling with your father. Tom remembers pivotal choices where Schneider really carried and why he was annoyed sometimes while shooting a sports related scene. Michael pokes at the confusing conveniences in this episode and talks more John Glover love.


In “Smallville’s” “Reaper,” meteor fragments resurrect a young man (Reynaldo Rosales) with the ability to suck the life out of suffering people. He learns about Whitney’s (Eric Johnson) sick father and targets him for euthanasia.

Currently, “Smallville” is available to stream on Hulu. Learn more about “Talk Ville” and subscribe on their website. “Reaper” aired April 23, 2002.

Photos from ‘Smallville’ — 01×17 Reaper

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