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Yeah, I love Mrs. Kent.

Lana gets second billing right behind Clark Kent in the credits (their real names are escaping me right now) so I figure there's no way we are lucky enough to have her gone. I like her more now than during the high school years at least.

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Well it is high time they ditched the high school romance between Clark (Tom Welling) and Lana (Kristen Kruek). It is getting somewhat old. It is time to start concentrating on the main character ,Clark, becoming or developing into Superman. The key questions in concerns to Smallville this season are how much more shall Clark keep denying who he really is and accept his destiny? What can he do in stopping Bizarro who we all saw materialize in the season finale last spring? What happens when his cousin Kara shows up? It has been fine ,in a sense, that the show's producers have kept away from Clark becoming Superman in the early seasons of Smallville. But now as the show enters into its' seventh and possibly last season it is time speed things up a little in concerns to Clark and his journey.

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Gough, Millar exit 'Smallville'

By Nellie Andreeva

"Smallville" creators/executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar are leaving the veteran drama after seven seasons.

Co-cxecutive producers Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson have been upped to executive producers and will serve as showrunners on the show's upcoming eighth season on CW.

"Al Gough and Miles Millar have been great partners and instrumental in the development and success of 'Smallville,'" CW and "Smallville" producer Warner Bros. TV said in a joint statement. "Todd, Darren, Kelly, and Brian have been writing for the show for the past six seasons, and as producers for the last four years, they have played an integral role in the ongoing creative evolution of the series. As showrunners, they will continue to deliver the compelling storytelling that "Smallville" fans have come to expect and love."

Millar and Gough broke the news about their exit from the show in an open letter posted on a "Smallville" fan site.

"After much heartache and debate we have decided it is time for us to move on," they wrote. "We are incredibly proud of our work on this show. We achieved what we set out to do. We never compromised our vision."

Now in its seventh season, "Smallville," which originally launched on the WB, continues to be CW's top scripted series. It was recently picked up for fall.

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