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SMALLVILLE’s Justin Hartley on Oliver’s Mission to Find Chloe

August 4, 2010 by  

SMALLVILLE season 10 is going to look a little different than years past.

Original series star Allison Mack (Chloe) will have a reduced role in this final run, but she will still be around.

And since we’ve heard from so many SMALLVILLE fans who fell in love with the Chloe-Oliver pairing, we went to Justin Hartley (Oliver) to get his take on their TV relationship.

“You know, it’s going to be great because [Chloe]’s there and then she’s gone and then she’s back again,” he says. “She’s going to be mixed up throughout the season.”

But will Oliver be getting into trouble while she is gone?

“Her absence is in fact the thing that troubles him,” Hartley says. “And who took her.”

At that point in our interview, Hartley took the flip camera and pointed it in the direction of Cassidy Freeman (Tess).


“It’s one of those things where he’s on this quest to try and figure out who took his girlfriend, this woman that he loves,” he explains. “He’ll figure it out. That’s his thing, right?”

But will he be working alone?

And what does he want to see happen for Oliver by the time SMALLVILLE ends?

Check it out…


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2 Responses to “SMALLVILLE’s Justin Hartley on Oliver’s Mission to Find Chloe”

  1. Lori on August 4th, 2010 5:28 pm

    Thanks for the interview! Justin is hilarious and Chlollie rocks!

  2. Lily on August 4th, 2010 6:13 pm

    I kinda hope he gets over it quick. I would like to see the show go back to how Oliver was in the beginning. Determined and confident. Not emo and brooding. That isn’t Oliver.