Superman is struck by lightning while stopping William Wallace Webster Waldecker from committing suicide and his powers are copied into Waldecker transforming him into Respendantman. ... See full summary »

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(as Philip J. Sgriccia)

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Perry White
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Jimmy Olsen
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Martha Kent
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Wandamae
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Distraught Woman
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Office Fric
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Allegra (as DeLauné Michel)
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Superman is struck by lightning while stopping William Wallace Webster Waldecker from committing suicide and his powers are copied into Waldecker transforming him into Respendantman. Superman must now contend with figuring out how this happen and teaching the newest superhero how to use his powers responsibly. Meanwhile, Dr. Gretchen Kelly, Lex Luthor's doctor, witnesses the power exchange and becomes obsessed with getting powers for herself. Written by Anonymous

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20 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Leslie Jordan (William Wallace Webster Waldecker, a.k.a. "Resplendent Man") also appeared as Alan Morris (The Invisible Man) in season one's Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: I'm Looking Through You (1993). See more »

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The "solid" tombstone Clark is hiding behind sways in the wind. See more »

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Lois Lane: Everything is fine. Except, I'm in a cage, in a bunker, underneath a mausoleum, in a cemetery, and nobody knows I'm here except a bunch of very strange people
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Don Stanton and Dan Stanton (the police officers at the end of the episode) are listed in the end credits as Office Fric and Office Frac. See more »

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Amazing Grace
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Sung by Leslie Jordan
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