She has been co-producing the NBC series Chuck and has written several episodes for the same, as well as for series like 24, Eureka and Battlestar Galactica, where she was hired as a story editor for the third season.
- Idol (directed by Glen Winter) - Superhero twins Zan and Jayna show up in Metropolis to help The Blur fight crime but end up botching several rescues, landing Clark in hot water with the District Attorney's office. Clark decides to come forward as the Blur to clear his name.
- Persuasion (directed by Christopher Petry) - It is Valentine's Day and while Clark is out on a date with Lois, he unknowingly becomes infected by gemstone kryptonite, which has magical wish-fulfilling properties. Clark mentions to Lois that he wishes they had a more traditional relationship, so Lois quits the Daily Planet, moves in with Clark and starts planning their wedding. Still unaware of his new power, Clark also casually tells Chloe he wishes she would spend more time watching out for him, so an infected Chloe takes his wish to heart and sets her sights on a new target – Lois.
- Hostage (co-written with Jordan Hawley, directed by Glen Winter) - Much to Clark's surprise, Martha Kent returns to Smallville with her new boyfriend, Perry White in tow. Lois and Perry realize they are both working on the same story about the Red Queen, and decide to team up, which ultimately puts them in serious danger. Chloe helps Clark search for the Book of Rao, which they believe contains information on how to stop Zod and his army.
- Supergirl (directed by Mairzee Almas) - Clark is stunned when Kara returns to Earth telling him Jor-El sent her to stop the dark force that is coming, because he doesn't believe Clark can handle it. Meanwhile, Lois confronts Gordon Godfrey, a shock jock radio host who begins crusading against heroes, after he threatens the Green Arrow. However, after Godfrey is possessed by the dark force, he takes Lois hostage while Clark and Kara have to come to her rescue.
- Fortune (directed by Christopher Petry)
- Prophecy (co written with Bryan Miller)