Lois Lane: I don't think I can trust Clark anymore.
Perry White: Would you care to tell me why?
Lois Lane: He lied to me.
Perry White: Oh. Well, uh, don't you lie to him?
Lois Lane: Of course I lie to him. All the time!
Perry White: Ooh, I'm just not going to go near that.
Lois Lane: You aren't going to look for clues, or dust for prints.
Inspector Henderson: Waste of time.
Lois Lane: [after Perry tries to give her advice without relating it to Elvis] Chief. I think I like the Elvis stories better.
Perry White: [smiles] Next time. I've got a million of 'em.
Lex Luthor: Superman did not arrive here when we thought he did. He arrived here as an infant. He was raised as a common Earthling.
Nigel St. John: Then that means...
Lex Luthor: He walks among us. When I discover his Earthly identity, as I will, he and everyone that shared his secret will be at my mercy.
Lex Luthor: [about Jack] Another young life failed by the system.
Nigel St. John: I'm afraid so.
Lex Luthor: Good. Then no one will miss him.
Lois Lane: You grew up on a farm in Kansas. I grew up in Metropolis.
Clark Kent: So?
Lois Lane: So, they are completely different standards.
Clark Kent: That is so ridiculous!
Lois Lane: What if this belongs to Superman, something he needs? How did you feel when somebody took your stuff?