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SMALLVILLE’s Cassidy Freeman: Tess is Going to Question Her Morals

July 28, 2010 by  

When SMALLVILLE ended last season, Tess Mercer certainly appeared to be dead.

However, the CW announced rather quickly that her portrayer, Cassidy Freeman, would return for the show’s final year.

So, um, what exactly is going on? How is Tess still alive?

“The woman with the knitting needles obviously means something, right?” Freeman says to us in the clip below, taken at Comic Con this past weekend. “I honestly don’t know what that means yet. We’re only [filming] episode two right now. So all I know is that I’m back and it’s going to be good.”

But will she be back as a changed woman?

“I think she’s really going to question her morals when she comes back,” Freeman offers. “Her wanting to help Clark is going to stay true in the beginning of the season at least, but who knows what will happen in the end?”

Does Freeman ultimately want Tess to be good or evil?

She answers in the video, so take a look…


What do you think?

Should Tess be a good or bad girl?

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2 Responses to “SMALLVILLE’s Cassidy Freeman: Tess is Going to Question Her Morals”

  1. Bruce_F on July 28th, 2010 11:27 pm

    After all the awful things Tess did last season (especially toward the end) I don’t think I, as a viewer, would buy it if she suddenly became a much better person. On a side note, Tess is easily one of the most complex characters on the show and I think Freeman has done really great work in all emotional aspects of her character. I’m glad she’s sticking around.

  2. Chilax Gossip on July 29th, 2010 2:58 am

    Wow 🙂 Nice & entertaining post.In last season it was nice cast by Tess.Thanks for Share this wonderful post. 🙂