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Yeah, 13. [Laughs] I think I had him do it about 13 or 14 times: "Play it again, dude!" He's awesome.
It's cool we get to see Zod again after he was sent to the Phantom Zone.
Well, that's where we see him now. We go to the Phantom Zone and we find him there. He's become the ruler of the Phantom Zone, and it's like, "Of course he has. That's what he does." It was really great to have him back. He's a really strong actor - I've always been a fan of his work. We hung out while he was on Smallville before, and I've always enjoyed working with him. I'd like to work with him again. He's a joy to be around.
Hartley: At the end of "Dominion," Oliver is faced with a cold reality that he's not going to be able to get rid of this infection just by willing it away. He has to figure out a whole other path, something he's never done before. He goes on this journey to try to get rid of this thing.
Oliver and Chloe are going to be the best man and woman at Lois and Clark's wedding. What's in store for them?
Hartley: A lot of hell breaks loose, actually. Oliver has the Omega and turns into a totally different, disgusting person. Chloe has to figure out a way to stand by him. She does. In the end, it's interesting because Oliver has to go do his thing, and Chloe has to go do her thing, so there's a really sweet, tender moment in the finale that I think you'll like. The way it's all wrapped up is actually really beautiful. It leaves you with a warm heart.
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