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Smallville Fans Do Something For Chloe
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© Joe Crowe
April 14, 2010

It's about time someone did something for Chloe.

Fans of Allison Mack's character on Smallville are buying commercial time to run their tribute video on TV in Los Angeles.

The commercial is paid for in full and made by fans. Their website is LegendaryChloe.com. A separate fan group, Operation Truth and Justice got together and donated $3,000 to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

That is hardcore. I bet no TV sidekick in history ever got a commercial bought for them by fans. Radar on M*A*S*H*? Schneider on One Day At A Time? They got nothin'.

Probably what will happen, though, is that Lana's fans will whine to Chloe's fans about their problems. Then Clark's fans will need Chloe's fans' help. Then after her fans help his fans, they will thank her by telling them how much they love Lana's fans.


RevolutionSF's Joe Crowe lets his warm hands break right through.

 
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