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Chloe: Okay, l need a little explain-o. Explanation?

Clark: There was kryptonite and lightning.
lt happened so fast. lt's not really clear.
l mean, the transfer wasn't complete. l still have my powers.
But now Lana does too.

Chloe: Clark, been here, done this, She's or he's gone through this?
and it doesn't end well. Hey, the last human you souped up
became a Psych 101 case study. Uniquely crazy?
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MadhulkChloe: Okay, l need a little explain-o. Explanation?

Yep-o.
MadhulkClark, been here, done this, She's or he's gone through this?
Yes. Indicates that someone thinks they know all about something because of previous experience.
MadhulkPsych 101 case study. Uniquely crazy?

Not specifically "uniquely", just crazy. "Psych 101" = "Psychiatry/Psychology 101" = beginners' instruction in psychiatry/psychology.
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Mr Wordy
MadhulkClark, been here, done this, She's or he's gone through this?
Yes. Indicates that someone thinks they know all about something because of previous experience.
But can you tell whethet she's speaking about her that she has experience
or she's specifically talking about his experience?
Madhulk
But can you tell whethet she's speaking about her that she has experience

or she's specifically talking about his experience?


If person A says "Been here/there, done this/that" to person B, then person A normally has considerable experience of the matter, or -- as may be the case here -- they both do. Person A would be unlikely to say this solely in reference to the experience of person B.
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pronouns.
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