Smallville (2001–2011): Season 4, Episode 14 - Krypto - full transcript

As if Lois Lane didn't make enough of a nuisance of herself now living at the Kent farm, she brings in Einstein, a golden retriever, who is the latest victim to be hit by her car, and she meanly calls him 'Clarky', while Clark, kind as ever, hopes to keep him as a pet if the owner isn't found, which his parents hope. Clark soon finds out it's a surviving dog of an experiment to give canines superpowers with daily injections of steroids mixed with meteorite fragments (kryptonite) produced at LuthorCorp, which Lex insists to Clark that the project was abandoned after animal activist protests, thinking they were all put down. Only later Clark finds out, the hard way, the dog and a Rothweiler are abused by evil Josh Greenfield and his kid brother Zack, who run the Smalville animal shelter and abuse dog whistles to control the super-dogs as weapons for robberies. Meanwhile, Jason and his secretive and manipulative mother, Genevieve, are revealed to know more about Lex and his apparently reformed father Lionel, while Lana and Chloe all take a keen interest in the relevance of the Teague and Lang family trees, which have common roots in countess-witch Isobel's French place of origin.

Let's do this


Be right with you


Hey, fellas.


What happened in there?

I don't know. Get him inside.

Load up!

Where the hell's Einstein?

Call him back.

Hey, this is Chloe. I'm
not in right now, so

leave a message and I'll
get right back to you.

Hey, Chloe, it's Lo.

I'm officially out of the dorm and on
my way back to the Kents'.

But I realized I'm still
getting my mail at your place.

Can you bring it by in the morning?

Okay, thanks. Bye.

Oh, my God. What have I done?

Oh my God

Ok... I didn't see you. Ok...

We're gonna get you out of here.


You're gonna be fine.
I know you're gonna be fine.

Everyone I've ever hit was all right.

Smallville: "Krypto"
Season 4 Episode 14

Original Airdate Feb. 16, 2005


I was just getting in. What are you guys doing?

We seem to have a visitor.

A hungry visitor.

Hey, he's supposed to be tied up in...

the barn.

I chained him to a post
for a second so that

I could get my stuff out
of the car and well...


I had him chained right there.

Okay, that's just bad wood.

That's not my fault.

How'd that post break?

Oh, my allergies...

Where did you say you found him?

Actually, I kind of...

hit him.

You hit him?
With your car?

No, with my fist.

I was gonna call the vet,
but when I got in just now,

he seemed fine.

I think you need to make
some fliers in the morning.

That way, maybe we can figure
out who he belongs to.

He's got a collar. I'm sure
somebody's missing him.

Fine with me.

Actually, it might be
fun to have a dog around.

Maybe if we can't find out
who owns him, we can keep him.

Why don't we just see
what happens tomorrow, Clark?

Yeah, don't get too attached.

I'm going to bed.

We should all get some sleep.

You know, I'm gonna do my chores.

It's three o'clock in the morning.

Dad, since Lois is staying
here, if I'm gonna do my work

at super speed, I have to do
it when she's not looking.

All right, then why
don't you start with that?

Come on.

Well, at least I don't have
to hide anything from you.

- Hey, Chloe.
- Hey.

Lois, uh, had her mail
forwarded to my apartment.

Is she around?

Yeah, she's probably still in the,


Who's the puppy?

We don't know his name.
Lois found him.

She's bringing home
strays now, huh?

How is the new tenant?


Well, she, uh, re-recorded
our answering machine...

...uses all the hot water, oh,
and she took over my bedroom.

- She's doing great.
- Ok.

How are you?

I don't know. It's just kind of hard to be
myself with her around.

Yeah, but now you got this guy.

You can be yourself around him, right?

And I'm always around.

Ooh, it's cold.

I'm gonna go see if I can find her.

All right. I'll be right in.


Come on.

We'll see if this'll hold you.

Good boy.




Looks like you got a secret too.

Where are you from?

Good boy.

- What did you do?
- What?

Oh, I, um... it must have rolled.

Through a fence?

Yeah, weird, huh?


Yeah, weird.

But, I mean, it happens, you know?

The emergency brake must've slipped or something.

It's old, you know? It's an old tractor.

It is old.

Anyway, I'm gonna get going.

- I'll see you guys around.
- Bye.

Just playing with Skippy here.

We're not gonna call him Skippy.

Okay, Lois, what
would you like to call him?

Let's see. He's annoying,
and I can't seem to

get within ten feet of him
without getting sick...

I think we should call him Clarkie.

Come here, Clarkie! Come here, boy!

I made him some fliers.
He can be somebody else's allergy now.

You know what? I don't think
we're gonna have to use those.

I found one of those microchip
ID tags under his skin.

I think they can scan it
at the animal shelter.

I spent all morning on these

I'll be right back.

I have to tell my
parents something.

Don't give me that look.


We should probably
get your mom a

new pot roast while we're out.

Sit, Clarkie.

Good dog.

Hey, Shhh


How can I help you guys?

- We found this dog.
- Actually,

I found him.

Well, hit him actually.

Not hard.

We call him Clarkie.

We don't call him Clarkie.

Is it the "ie" part
you don't like? Because...

We could always
just make it Clark.

But then that would get
really confusing, and hey...

Maybe you should consider
changing your name.

You could be Skipper.

Anyway, uh, we think he
might have an ID chip.

We were wondering if you
could scan it for us.

If it's not too much trouble.

Um, well, sure, I guess.

Whoa! Easy, boy.

Yeah. He doesn't seem
to have a lot of love for you.

Maybe I should do that.

Bless you.



You're kidding.


It must be one of those
lab dogs or something.

Lab dogs?

I'd be happy to take him off your hands
and return him for you.

Actually, you know what?

Um, that's okay. We'll take care of it.


Come on, boy. Come on.

I should probably get
your name and address, though...

in case someone from LuthorCorp calls.

It's policy.

Would you mind taking
him back to the farm?

I'm gonna go talk to Lex.


Come on. Let's go sneeze a while.

Heel, Clarkie.


Hey, Josh

Guess who just showed up?



Some guy named Clark Kent's
keeping him out on his farm.

That's good news little brother.

‘Cause I was thinking that
we were gonna have to

rob that truck tomorrow
with just this dummy.

Why do you have to do that?

What do you care?

It's just a dog.

How's he doing, anyway?

He's got a couple hours left in him

long enough to help us get Einstein back.
And then we can shoot them both up and...

get their strength back for tomorrow.

So how come you
guys couldn't get

the effect to last
longer anyway?

I don't know, Zack. I was just a trainer.

The plan's back on, little brother.

Let's close up shop, huh?

Yeah sure.


What a surprise.

If you're looking for
Jason, I sent him

to Metropolis on a business errand.

Actually, I came here to see you, Lex.

Oh, I didn't realize we had
any more business to discuss.


I take it my son has
proven to be a good hire.


He's taken a real passion
for the project I've given him.

I gather this project does not require him
to relocate out of Smallville.

Highly doubtful.

I underestimated you, Lex.

Well, that's a common mistake.

But not one I usually make.

Seems that headstrong
young men have...

become my blind spot.

Ask Jason.

And now you.

You asked me to give Jason
a position at LuthorCorp.

I'm not sure I
understand your problem.

You know exactly why
I wanted you to hire Jason.

Get him away from Lana Lang.

But instead, you decided to
co-opt him for your own purposes.


Paranoia is not a very
attractive quality in a woman.

I'm just trying
to protect my son.

Well, maybe you should get together with
my father and write a parenting book.

I bet it'd be a bestseller.

Then you're no longer
interested in how

your father was
released from prison?

I've chosen to believe
my father truly is reformed.

Therefore, the question of his guilt
or innocence no longer bothers me.

But it's great seeing
you again, Genevieve.

And you too, Lex.

Give my best to Jason.

It's a shame he won't
be able to help you...

find what you're looking for.

It's hard to believe he's
as strong as Clark says he is.

He certainly is a beautiful dog.

Wait a minute, wait a minute.
I know what you're thinking.

Well, it might be nice
for Clark to have a dog.

It's been kind of a
lonely year for him.

Well, wait a minute.
What happens when

Clark goes off to
college next year, huh?

Who winds up having
to take care of that dog? Me.

Lois, it's time for dinner!

Hey, hey, hey, hey!

You see?


remember when Clark did that?
He was only three.

It's not funny. Hey!

What happened?

That's my T-bone!

Oh, bad dog.


Grab a stick. I was
just about to break.

Lex, is LuthorCorp
doing experiments on dogs?

I'm not really sure
that's any of your business.

Lois found a stray dog.
It has a LuthorCorp ID tag.

Are you?

Clark, when I took over the
company, I found quite a few

irregular experiments being
conducted at my father's request.

One of them involved animal testing.

What were they doing?

If I remember correctly, they were...

mixing meteor rock with a steroid to
enhance canine strength.

Why would your dad be interested
in making super-powered dogs?

If I understood my father's insanity, Clark,

I'd be a much happier man.

But I suppose in this case,
there were military applications.

I guess I'll never really know for sure.
The results were inconclusive.

I had animal rights activists picketing the site
so I closed it down.

I was told the
dogs were destroyed.

Evidently not all of them.

Is it exhibiting any problems?

Is that your way of asking me
if it has super strength?


No, I assume you'd
tell me that because...

I'd have quite a liability
on my hands if he did.

The dog's perfectly healthy.

Well, then I'm sure
the Kent farm will be...

a perfect home for him.

Sorry about dinner.

I guess it's just sandwiches tonight.



Stay back


- Oh my god, Jonathan!
- Stay back


- Get away!
- No!

Get away!
Get away from him.


Are you ok?

Are you all right?

That's ok.

Lois, get the car keys.

We have to take him
to the hospital.

Dad, what'd they say?

Well, the doctor said
he'd never seen a dog

that could bite clean
through bone before.

Look at this.

The store owner's in a coma.

He was attacked by something
that could pulverize a steel door.

Now the police think it's a bear, but...

You think it was the dogs.

Someone's obviously controlling
these dogs and using them.

Look, the only people
that knew we had the dog

were Lex and that guy
at the animal shelter,

and since the boy billionaire probably doesn't go
around robbing convenience stores...

We should check it out.

Well, let's do that first thing
in the morning, all right?

Um, Clark, would you give me
a hand signing out, would you?

Look, son, I know that you're...

really attached to this
dog, but I'm worried

he could be dangerous,
even to you.

I know, that's why I have to find out
who's doing this and stop them.

No, Clark...

Son, it won't make any difference.

If they had anything to do
with putting that man in a coma...

then they're gonna have to be put down.

Dad, when you and mom found
a super-powered boy in a cornfield,

you didn't give up on me
just because I might be dangerous.

You raised me.
You gave me a chance.

He's a good dog, Dad.

Someone's just
using him to do bad things.

We should give him a chance.

I want you to leave
here with me tonight.


Because of Countess
Marguerite Isobel Theroux?

You know that name, don't you?

Is this what Lex has you doing?

17th century witches?

You're incapable of giving
a straight answer, you know that?

So apparently when Isobel
was condemned to die,

she vowed to rise again
through one of her descendants.

You knew that
that was Lana, didn't you?

That's why you had me
bring her to Isobel's tomb in Paris

because you knew that if she received
the mark then she was the one.

Which means it's--
it's my fault...

that everything's happening to her.

You can't blame yourself.

How could you use me like that?

Look, it's not safe
for you to stay here.

Well, I'm not leaving Lana.

Well, perhaps you'll change your mind when
you hear the rest of the story.

Isobel was condemned by
a woman named Gertrude.

Isobel vowed...

that when she rose from the dead, that
she would wipe out all of Gertrude's heirs.

We're Gertrude's ancestors, Jason.

So you think that Lana
is going to kill you?


But Isobel will, and who
knows when she'll return?

Mother, I walked out
on Lana once before.

I'm not gonna do it again.

Then you're in love with a girl...

that may kill our entire family.

What is it, an obstacle corse?

Oh, crap!

You see him anywhere?
Come here, Clarkie!

Come here, boy!

Wow. Could the dander
get any thicker in here?

You know,
I've been thinking.

Clarkie might've had
something to do with

what happened at that
convenience store,

but I don't think
he hurt that guy.

There wasn't any blood
on him when I found him.

We're not gonna call
him Clarkie, okay?

We're gonna call him Bear

or Bandit or something.

Uh, no and no.

What is all this?

It's LuthorCorp payroll.
They're gonna hit an armored truck.

And it's happening right now.
Lois, call the police.

I'm gonna see if I can
catch up with these guys.

Hold on there, Forrest Gump.
What are you gonna do, run?

We brought my car, remember?

Lois, look--

Unh-unh. We can call
the cops on the way.

You are so weird sometimes.

You know, can you go a little bit faster?

Hey, you were gonna be hoofing it
about ten minutes ago. Besides...

I don't want to hit anything.

It should be right here.

Well, it's not.

Let's go, let's go, come on!

Get the money. Grab
the money, come on!

Stop yelling at me.
I dropped the bag, okay?

Wait, turn left, turn left.


Just do it!

What is this, another one
of your famous hunches,

or are we just on a
little scenic route here?

- Okay, stop here.
- Wha-- where?

- Here ! Stop here!
- Okay!

Go, go

Grab the bags, let's go!

I am.

Come on, faster!

Those guys back there don't look so good.

Forget these screwed-up guards.

Get the money. Let's go!

All right. Come on.

Buckle up, little brother.

Come on.

Can you go see if
you can help those guys?

It's all right, buddy.
We'll get you out of here.


What's he barking about?

I don't know, but in five
minutes it won't matter.

We burn the truck, the
dogs, everything.

All the evidence.


We're gonna be in the Keys
before anyone knows we're gone.

Where's Einstein?
- What the hell?

It's that guy from the animal shelter.

Well, well, well.

Looks like someone
has some explaining to do.

Oh Well

you just had to be a hero, didn't you?

Sometimes heroes get burned.

Are you sure about this?

He saw our faces.
We can't let him walk.

This wasn't part of the plan.

The plan is working, okay?

We got the money and
we're almost out of here.

You're not gonna chicken out
on me now, are you? Huh?


I didn't think so.

Come on.

Make a wish, little brother.

Going somewhere?

This guy's quite a hero
from what I understand.

Yeah, I hope my dad lets me keep him.

Doctor, you didn't
notice anything unusual

about any tests you
ran on him, did you?

Like what?

Well, he just seems
really strong sometimes

and he likes to
get into things.

Well, if anything, I'd say his
strength is a little below average.

You've got a perfectly normal,
healthy dog here.

You thought of a name yet?

I was thinking
of calling him Krypto.

Interesting name.


I better be going.

Thanks, Dr. Klein.

You're welcome.


What does it mean?


It's because his
background is so... cryptic.

Speaking of his background,

I went out to the scene of the
robbery and saw my armored truck.

From the look of the back
doors, I can only assume

it was the handiwork of
some very strong dogs.

Lex, you told me I could
keep him back when

you thought he was a
failed experiment.

But Clark, if the experiment didn't fail,
this dog could be dangerous.

But he's not dangerous now.

He saved my life.

I'll take my chances on his loyalty.

So do you mind telling my
why I was up until two

in the morning researching
Jason's family tree?

I mean, not that it wasn't, you know,
halfway interesting, it's just...

You definitely got your
place in the Guinness

Book of Strangest
Last-Minute Requests.

I, uh,

saw him downstairs talking to his mom.

It was obviously a
heated discussion, but uh...

when he came up to the apartment,
he didn't even mention it to me.

Well, did you hear what
they were talking about?


But it clearly rattled him.

Chloe, he's keeping
something from me.

You know, I don't even know
who I can trust anymore.

Did you find anything?

Not much.

I mean, I can only go back
as far as his mom's grandmother.

After that, it's like
someone just chopped off a

part of his family tree.
There's nothing there.

I can tell you that
she comes from a

town called Castelnois
de Montmiral.

That's all I know.
Well, except that...

Lana, are you okay?


This is the town that
my ancestors come from.

And Isobel Theroux.

Well, on a scale of weird to ten...

Genevieve's grandmother
is the one who moved

Isobel's tomb into
that church in Paris.

Why would anyone move
a witch's tomb into a church?

I think that's something
you need to ask Jason.

If you're looking for
my son, he's not here.

I'm just returning something.

Yes, yes. How's
the research coming?

I'm not sure
I know what you mean.

Yes, you do.
I mean Isobel.

I understand your hesitation.
When I found out that you'd been...

hired by my son, I
put a few of the

pieces together and
saw a connection.

You, hmm...

You're Genevieve Teague's boy.


Of course

You can't trust her, Jason.

Of course, you
can't trust my son either,

but I think you know that.

And I suppose you're gonna
tell me I can trust you, though.

What's this?

Open it.

I think it might help you.


Well, took you long enough.

Now you just have to
fix the dining room table,

the window, the fence, and...

I thought bathing
him was supposed

to help with my allergies.

Well, maybe you're allergic to the soap too.

Maybe I'm allergic to you.

Can you grab me a towel please?


So, what are we gonna call him?

And don't give me any
of this Skipper crap.

I was thinking
we could call him Krypto.

Why, because he's so cryptic like you?

I don't think so.

Why not?

Because I think it's dumb.

You can call your next dog Krypto.

Look, it's not that hard.
Max, Lucky, Rocky, Bailey,

Scamp, Monty, Bud?


you're gonna have to pick one
of those if you want to keep him.


You know, when I was a
little girl, we had

a dog that looked
just like this one.

Maybe that's why
I liked him so much right away.

His name was Shelby.

I can live with that.

Well, it beats Clarkie.


Come on, Shelby!
Let's go outside.

Nice catch!

Come on, boy!

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