Alicia Baker - was a teenager with the metahuman ability to teleport. She was also a love interest of Clark Kent. She had a deep obsession with Clark for most of their time together. Alicia had long, blonde hair and brown eyes. She dressed hyper-conservatively at first, in demure plaid skirts, cardigans, and headbands, in keeping with her uptight, aloof reputation. Later, her style was more relaxed, with cozy but stylish sweaters and jeans.
She first appears in the fourteenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by guest star Sarah Carter. Alicia acquired the ability to teleport from kryptonite exposure during the first meteor shower when she was a child. One minute she was playing on the swings, the next minute she was in the middle of a cornfield. Her parents lived in fear of her and at one point in her life, they tried to prevent her from teleporting. They did this by keeping her locked up in a lead-lined room, even when she cried and begged to be let out. This, combined with her kryptonite exposure, presumably affected her psyche from a young age. Clark and Alicia met while on an economics field trip to LuthorCorp Plaza. While inside an elevator, the cable snapped and Clark had to stop it. Alicia saw him use his Heat Vision to destroy a security camera and super-strength to break through a panel to grab a steel support, his hand acting as a brake.
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