Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Season 3, Episode 15

I Now Pronounce You... (11 Feb. 1996)

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After all the obstacles, it finally seems like Lois and Clark can finally tie the knot. However, Lois, being the neurotic Lois Clark dearly loves, can't stand around doing nothing while ... See full summary »

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After all the obstacles, it finally seems like Lois and Clark can finally tie the knot. However, Lois, being the neurotic Lois Clark dearly loves, can't stand around doing nothing while waiting for her big day. She asks Perry for a simple assignment to take her mind off of the wedding. Together with Clark, the dynamic duo investigate the stealing of a type of exotic frogs from a pet store. These frogs have been known to be used for cloning. At the same time, the president is in town so all the hotels in Metropolis are fully booked. Lois's parents have to stay at her place. Written by Ploy P.

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There is a scene where a fake President is writing a pardon for Lex Luthor, it says: "After reviewing the application for executive clemency of the following named person, and giving consideration to a letter of the attorney general recommending executive clemency, he is hereby granted full and unconditional pardon LEX LUTHOR In Commuting his sentence of two life sentences, the aforesaid persons should never have any rights, privileges, claims, or benefits arising under the parole laws of the United States and the regulations promulgated thereunder, and if you can read this, we are really staying too long on this shot. Is hereby granted the foregoing rights, privileges, claims and benefits of parole" Lex was given a pardon by the clone president... See more »

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