The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the Daily Planet and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last... See full summary »

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The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the Daily Planet and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last of its employees is scared off due to evidence of a werewolf on the premises, Perry White sends Clark, Jimmy, and Lois to investigate. Written by page8701

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In the episode, Perry White says he's booking a flight on "Consolidated Flight 64" for Clark, Lois and Jimmy. The aircraft later shown (obviously stock footage from some old film) is clearly marked Pan American Airways. See more »

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Pulp Fiction
30 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Perry White is furious again. The chief supplier of pulp wood is having a terrible time providing enough to make paper for the Daily Planet. The boss is facing the fact that his crew is quitting because they think there is a werewolf who turns into a woman. Lois, Clark, and Jimmy are dispatched to go check things out. Lois is accosted by a wolf while in her bedroom and then sees it again as she cleans up by a river. It isn't long before a forest fire starts and we see a disgruntled Frenchman starting it. There are reasons for this that are not immediately apparent. Nobody seems to question why Superman shows up since he wouldn't have a clue as to where they are and that they would be in danger. There are a lot of dull scenes, probably stock footage of lumbering. There is also another case of Perry blowing his stack and not listening to anyone. This is a minor effort with a totally ineffective plot. Oh, of course, Lois faints.


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