**THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILER FOR SUPERMAN AND LOIS EPISODE 202**
In continuation of Superman and Lois Episode 1, tremors and earthquakes continue to wreak havoc while the Man of Steel struggles with visions of catastrophic proportions. Finally being able to open up about his current struggles, Clark informs Lois about his visions and is told that there is someone who may be able to help him. Jordan says they won’t be able to use the Fortress of Solitude after what happened to it. While trying to adjust to this Earth, John enrolls Natalie into Smallville High School, hoping she’ll fit in with the other students.
While in school, Natalie befriends Sarah, who displays awkward behavior and appears to be secretive when it comes to Jordan. In time, Sarah becomes comfortable with Natalie when she fixes Sarah’s Dad’s car with ease. Meanwhile, Clark seeks the help of his brother, Tal-Rho. Unable to trust him in the aftermath of their confrontation with one another in the Season 1 finale. Lois and Chrissy investigate the mines to find out more about the tremors and earthquakes that occurred.
Clark’s visions grow worse as one occurs as he fails to protect hostages from a criminal, which results in Lt. General Anderson’s team stepping in to resolve the issue. Superman is informed by Anderson that he is starting to become a liability and that after special observation, Anderson’s doctors can’t find out where the visions are coming from. Superman then shows disagreement towards Anderson for recruiting young adults to carry out missions.
After a conversation with their mother, Lara, Clark, and Tal-Rho learn that Clark’s visions are the result of an “invasive cosmological event” and assures Tal-Rho that there’s good in him after a brief altercation with Jordan. Another event involving tremors and earthquakes occurs, this time, deep in the ground, a being with spiked hands appears out of the darkness.
From the beginning of the first episode of this season to the end of this episode, Superman and Lois Season 2 has been quite interesting. Everyone from Clark all the way to Jordan has something to do or plays a significant role in a certain plot point. Every actor and actress played their roles very well. In terms of storytelling, “Superman and Lois” always reigns supreme when it comes to a character’s story and how it progresses and remains consistent.
Those who have followed this story from the very beginning are highly likely to have become invested in the well-being of the characters. Investment is something that is needed in stories like this. One plot point that was present throughout this episode was the government trying to get Superman to collaborate with them in global security.
The government always seems to want to be selfish when it comes to Superman. Of course, with Superman being the selfless person he is, he never represents just one part of the world, he represents the entire world. The execution of the coming of a certain “Big Bad’ is coming along well. If you don’t know who it is, please get out of the Fortress of Solitude. There’s nothing to see there. This episode deserves an 8 out of 10 and the new season is starting off strong.
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