Both shows had a newness about them as they shoved the characters down paths we've never seen before. For Clark Kent, it was time to finally break the ties to Smallville (the town) and make the move to Metropolis. I swear they should have renamed the show. A new villain was introduced, old friends came back to save Clark (who started the show without his powers) and groundwork was laid. I loved all of the references to Clark becoming the Clark Kent we all know from the comics. I wasn't sold on this show last year, but I'm back in it, at least for now.
Supernatural is my favorite show on TV right now and I was thrilled with last night's premiere. Dean's back from hell and it looks like it was an angel that saved him from the pit. Meanwhile, Sam has that problem all adults have when they go back home for a visit -- you're all grownup but suddenly you're a kid again? Well, Sam did a lot of growing up while Dean was gone. He's not the baby brother anymore and that's not going to sit well with big brother as the series moves forward.
Good stuff and a very quiet night tonight, though.
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