(A corn field in the USA, Rioters) - Farmers across the country today sharpened their pitchforks and gathered around cornfields, barring the way of the 'Smallville' crew to plow through, to shoot scenes for their upcoming 26th season. The farmers complained that they were unable to reap the corn as the fields were constantly being filmed by the crew.
"I guess none of 'em hollywood hotshots can act, but that ain't no reason to ruin our livelihood," said Jack McStraw, the leader of the Farmer's Union.
Smallville, a hit television series by Warner Bros has captivated the American audience ever since they introduced Tom Swelling as the whiny Superman gonnabe, Clark Kent. "It was all a trick", said one of the writers of the series, "We decided to showcase Clark as a very emotional alien, and by confusing audience into thinking it was a thriller, yet a soap, yet a sci-fi series, yet a romantic comedy, we managed to escalate the ratings sky-high."
An overweight bystander in his late 40's wearing blue spandex and a cape (name undisclosed) ruefully admitted that the Superman we knew, was dead. And much later in the day, he stripped all clothing and ran amok yelling, 'Learn to Fly or Go Home!', into a bullhorn.
The only action filled day on set ever recorded, ended with the actress playing 'Lois Lane' showing us how the sun set lit up her tremendous cleavage, Kristin Crook making out with what we assumed was the caterer, Tom being his usual gay self, and Michael (who plays Lex) holding his hands in despair wishing he were on '8 Simple Rules'...