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That Title Is "Lois," Then "Clark"

by Omar G November 7, 2005
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Pilot

A side wipe takes us to Lex Luthor's house, where he and a curly-haired Lois (oh, the humidity!) are having a posh dinner. Well, posh except that the tablecloth looks like someone's cape from the Renaissance Faire. There's a fireplace nearby. Lois asks about Lex's parents, who apparently died when he was fourteen. Lex, a bit impatiently, offers to have his office send Lois his official bio. She says she wants to know the real Lex. The one with the freaky snakes and cigars. A servant pours champagne. Lois wants to know what Lex is after in life. "Pleasure," he tells her. "The pursuit of pleasure." Would you like to try out my Pleasuretron 6500? It's in the basement. Next to the pinball machine. I totally have the high score. Lois takes notes as Lex asks if that surprises her. Lois says she would have guessed "Power." No, that's Monty Burns. Lex says that power is a means, not an end. He's in pursuit of the best end in the world. Wanna turn around, Lois? Lois reminds him that he took over his first company at the age of twenty-one. Yeah, those lemonade stand kids never saw the hostile takeover coming. Lois tries to ask about some bribery thing, but Lex asks if the food was "not to her liking." Do you not find my food pleasing? It has pleasurable spices and five luxuriant herbs. Lois says she's working. "All work and no play," Lex says, makes Hatcher a future Radio Shack spokeswoman. He asks if that's her "credo," and pronounces it like "Play-Doh." Lex gives Lois a glass of cham-pag-nah and suggests that they enjoy each other. With midgets. He tells her to loosen her tie. "But I'm not wearing a tie," she says. He meant the one holding together her chastity belt. He holds her hand. She tells Lex he's gotten the wrong idea about this dinner. How could her wearing a low-cut dress to a candle-lit dinner have given him a wrong idea? Lex scoffs and says he hopes Lois doesn't think he only invited her over because she's pretty. Uh, thanks? Lex gets very intense as he tells Lois that his true talent isn't corporate, but rather character assessment. He tells Lois he senses her intelligent, spirit and...uh...boobs? Is that off-limits? He says he believes she could transcend the mundane. On network TV? You think so? He finishes his little spiel by telling her she is beautiful. But smart! Don't misunderstand! Mmmm boobs. Lois looks flattered, but says, sadly, that she has a story to write. She excuses herself. "No dessert?" Lex asks. Lois says she never has dessert. "You don't know what you're missing," Lex tells her.

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That Title Is "Lois," Then "Clark"

by Omar G November 7, 2005
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Pilot

A side wipe takes us to Lex Luthor's house, where he and a curly-haired Lois (oh, the humidity!) are having a posh dinner. Well, posh except that the tablecloth looks like someone's cape from the Renaissance Faire. There's a fireplace nearby. Lois asks about Lex's parents, who apparently died when he was fourteen. Lex, a bit impatiently, offers to have his office send Lois his official bio. She says she wants to know the real Lex. The one with the freaky snakes and cigars. A servant pours champagne. Lois wants to know what Lex is after in life. "Pleasure," he tells her. "The pursuit of pleasure." Would you like to try out my Pleasuretron 6500? It's in the basement. Next to the pinball machine. I totally have the high score. Lois takes notes as Lex asks if that surprises her. Lois says she would have guessed "Power." No, that's Monty Burns. Lex says that power is a means, not an end. He's in pursuit of the best end in the world. Wanna turn around, Lois? Lois reminds him that he took over his first company at the age of twenty-one. Yeah, those lemonade stand kids never saw the hostile takeover coming. Lois tries to ask about some bribery thing, but Lex asks if the food was "not to her liking." Do you not find my food pleasing? It has pleasurable spices and five luxuriant herbs. Lois says she's working. "All work and no play," Lex says, makes Hatcher a future Radio Shack spokeswoman. He asks if that's her "credo," and pronounces it like "Play-Doh." Lex gives Lois a glass of cham-pag-nah and suggests that they enjoy each other. With midgets. He tells her to loosen her tie. "But I'm not wearing a tie," she says. He meant the one holding together her chastity belt. He holds her hand. She tells Lex he's gotten the wrong idea about this dinner. How could her wearing a low-cut dress to a candle-lit dinner have given him a wrong idea? Lex scoffs and says he hopes Lois doesn't think he only invited her over because she's pretty. Uh, thanks? Lex gets very intense as he tells Lois that his true talent isn't corporate, but rather character assessment. He tells Lois he senses her intelligent, spirit and...uh...boobs? Is that off-limits? He says he believes she could transcend the mundane. On network TV? You think so? He finishes his little spiel by telling her she is beautiful. But smart! Don't misunderstand! Mmmm boobs. Lois looks flattered, but says, sadly, that she has a story to write. She excuses herself. "No dessert?" Lex asks. Lois says she never has dessert. "You don't know what you're missing," Lex tells her.

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