History Funny / LoisAndClark

29th May '15 7:26:04 PM NateTheGreat
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* "Tempus Fugitive" arguably has the most well-known CMOF of the series with this exchange:
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* "Tempus Fugitive" arguably has the most well-known CMOF of the series with this exchange:exchange ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4Nov7vSkmU Watch!]]):
25th Feb '15 4:48:32 PM TitoMosquito
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* Also in "Ides Of Metropolis," Lois and Clark go to interview Lex Luthor and find him skeet shooting off of his balcony... on the 110th floor of his building. When Clark asks him if he knows what could happen should he miss, Lex goes into a calm description of the lethal damage a falling clay pigeon could do before bragging that he never misses. At the end of the episode, we see him privately doing this again. He shares a good gloat over the episode's events with his butler, takes aim and... misses. With the funniest awkward-yet-still-somehow-stoic "oops" expression on his face as [[BlackComedy he watches plummet towards the unsuspecting public.]]
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* ** Also in "Ides Of Metropolis," Lois and Clark go to interview Lex Luthor and find him skeet shooting off of his balcony... on the 110th floor of his building. When Clark asks him if he knows what could happen should he miss, Lex goes into a calm description of the lethal damage a falling clay pigeon could do before bragging that he never misses. At the end of the episode, we see him privately doing this again. He shares a good gloat over the episode's events with his butler, takes aim and... misses. With the funniest awkward-yet-still-somehow-stoic "oops" expression on his face as [[BlackComedy he watches plummet towards the unsuspecting public.]]

* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what her and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby is named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Clark, Lois, Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, Perry, and Ellen). And one of them is developing super powers. -->'''Lois Lane:''' [[{{Understatement}} It's a piece of cake.]] A really big cake.
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what her and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping out with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again.so on. And each baby is named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Clark, Lois, Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, Perry, and Ellen). And one of them is developing super powers. -->'''Lois Lane:''' [[{{Understatement}} It's a piece of cake.]] A really big cake.]]
27th Aug '14 10:27:03 AM hullflyer
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** FridgeBrilliance - he's doing it deliberately so his fingerprints don't get into the system.
25th Apr '14 9:42:14 PM TitoMosquito
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what her and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby is named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.). And one of them is developing super powers.
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what her and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby is named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, (Clark, Lois, Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.).Perry, and Ellen). And one of them is developing super powers.
9th Feb '14 10:10:25 PM lalalei2001
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* After the ArcFatigue of the first wedding, which circled through clones, amnesia, and an alien invasion, the episode where Lois and Clark finally got married was titled ''"Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding."''
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* After the ArcFatigue of the first wedding, which circled through clones, amnesia, and an alien invasion, the episode where Lois and Clark finally got married was titled ''"Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding."''"'' ----
22nd Oct '13 2:34:58 PM TitoMosquito
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what hers and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby are named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.). And one of them is developing super powers.
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what hers her and Clark's already-busy lives would be like raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby are is named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.). And one of them is developing super powers.
19th Oct '13 11:05:32 PM TitoMosquito
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what hers and Clark's already-busy lives would be like while raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby are named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.). And one of them is developing super powers.
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* In "Faster Than a Speeding Vixen", Lois imagines what hers and Clark's already-busy lives would be like while raising their children. A LOT of children. While Lois is trying to interview the Queen of England and the Pope, both whom are helping with the babies and couldn't even get a word in edgewise. Clark has to leave to avert a crisis and returns holding another baby, only to leave again and it starts over again. And each baby are named after Clark and Lois' family and friends (Jonathan, Martha, Lucy, Lana, Jimmy, Samuel, etc.). And one of them is developing super powers.
17th Sep '13 12:58:05 PM Alchorative
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17th Sep '13 12:57:46 PM Alchorative
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-------- *After the ArcFatigue of the first wedding, which circled through clones, amnesia, and an alien invasion, the episode where Lois and Clark finally got married was titled ''"Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding."''
30th Jun '13 12:50:37 AM KnownUnknown
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* Also in "Ides Of Metropolis," Lois and Clark go to interview Lex Luthor and find him skeet shooting off of his balcony... on the 110th floor of his building. When Clark asks him if he knows what could happen should he miss, Lex goes into a calm description of the lethal damage a falling clay pigeon could do before bragging that he never misses. At the end of the episode, we see him privately doing this again. He shares a good gloat over the episode's events with his butler, takes aim and... misses. With the funniest awkward-yet-still-somehow-stoic "oops" expression on his face as [[BlackComedy he watches plummet towards the unsuspecting public.]] --> Lex: "Oops... Nigel? Call..." --> Nigel: "The lawyers?" --> Lex: "The lawyers." --> Nigel (dryly): "Yes, right away sir."
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