These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Lois and Clark
Alternate Character Interpretation: There is a serial killer under Superman's nose and he never even notices. Jimmy Olsen may seem innocent at first glance, but by the end of the series he has a substantial body count going on. In pretty much every episode, Jimmy is professing his love for a girl and by the end of the episode he'll have won her over only for her to vanish without a trace in the next episode. Even plot armored characters aren't safe from him, Lois's sister goes from a central storyline to never heard from again.
Arc Fatigue: From the first attempt at the wedding, to the actual wedding finally happening, takes eleven episodes. While annoying on DVD, this must have been intolerable in 1996.
It was, particularly since the first attempt at the wedding had been intended and promoted as the actual wedding. At the last minute the network insisted that they change it, for fear that people would stop watching after Clark and Lois finally tied the knot. Say "frog-eating clone" (or just "clone") to a FoLC (Friend of Lois & Clark) and watch what happens.
Strawwoman Has A Point: The D.A. Mayson Drake dislikes Superman but is in love with Clark Kent. In her first appearance Superman asks her why she dislikes him and gives several legitimate reasons for a clean official to dislike him:
Mayson Drake (to Superman): "Do you have a license to chase criminals? Do you read them their rights? If you injure someone are you insured?"
She also discusses how Clark is standing up for the law despite the inherent risks, and says how she'd like to see Superman do that without his powers. To her, Superman isn't a real hero because he's not human, or at least is not with all human weaknesses.
Sadly, the last thing she learns is they're the same person.
The Woobie: Alternate!Clark, who's bullied by Lana Lang, never became Superman, and had his Lois disappear.