IMDb > "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" The Eyes Have It (1995)

"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" The Eyes Have It (1995)

« Prev | 33 of 87 Episodes | Next »

Photos (See all 3 | slideshow)

Overview

User Rating:
7.2/10   86 votes »
Your Rating:
Saving vote...
Deleting vote...
/10   (delete | history)
Sorry, there was a problem
Director:
Writers:
Joe Shuster (creator) &
Jerry Siegel (creator) ...
(more)
Contact:
View company contact information for The Eyes Have It on IMDbPro.
Original Air Date:
22 January 1995 (Season 2, Episode 12)
Plot:
Dr. Faraday creates a device that can transmit information to someone's brain through a beam of light and uses it on Lois before he's killed... See more » | Full synopsis »
User Reviews:
Superman is blinded, but not by love for Lois Lane this time. See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Dean Cain ... Clark Kent / Superman

Teri Hatcher ... Lois Lane
Lane Smith ... Perry White

Justin Whalin ... Jimmy Olsen

Eddie Jones ... Jonathan Kent

K Callan ... Martha Kent
Farrah Forke ... Mayson Drake
David Bowe ... Dr. Harry Leit

Gerrit Graham ... Munch
Brian Reddy ... Blind Man
Harvey J. Alperin ... Dr. Neal Faraday

Billy Mayo ... Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Bill D'Elia ... Superintendent Across the Hall (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Bill D'Elia 
 
Writing credits
Joe Shuster (creator) &
Jerry Siegel (creator)

Deborah Joy LeVine (developer)

Kathy McCormick (teleplay)

Kathy McCormick (story) &
Grant Rosenberg (story)

Joe Shuster  characters
Jerry Siegel  characters

Produced by
Tony Blake .... supervising producer
James Crocker .... co-executive producer
Paul Jackson .... supervising producer
Chris Long .... associate producer
John McNamara .... producer
Jim Michaels .... co-producer
Philip Sgriccia .... co-producer (as Philip J. Sgriccia)
Robert Singer .... executive producer
Randall Zisk .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Jay Gruska 
 
Cinematography by
James R. Bagdonas 
 
Film Editing by
Michael Stern 
 
Casting by
Ellie Kanner 
 
Production Design by
Jim Pohl 
 
Set Decoration by
W. Joe Kroesser  (as W. Joseph Kroesser)
 
Costume Design by
Judith Brewer Curtis 
 
Makeup Department
Rita Bellissimo .... hair stylist
Carla M. Fabrizi .... makeup artist (as Carla Fabrizi-Bradley)
Waldo Sanchez .... hair stylist
Carlos Yeaggy .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Michael Caplan .... post-production supervisor (as Michael D. Caplan)
James Simons .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anthony D'Esposito .... second assistant director (as Anthony F. D'Esposito)
Carol L. Vitkay .... first assistant director
Wainani Young-Tomich .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
Victor Anderson .... propmaker
Scott De Shields .... construction coordinator
Michelle Souza .... property master
 
Sound Department
Joseph D. Citarella .... re-recording mixer
Kenn Fuller .... sound mixer (as Kenn Michael Fuller)
Al Gomez .... foley mixer
Dan Hiland .... re-recording mixer
Michael E. Lawshe .... supervising sound editor
James Bailey .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Ron Nary .... special effects coordinator (as Ronald H. Nary)
Bob Turk .... special effects crew
 
Visual Effects by
Steven Meyer .... digital compositor
Mark 'Oso' Zarate .... visual effects supervisor
Joe White .... visual effects (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Max Daniels .... stunt performer
Tim Meredith .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kenneth Estes .... computer and video playback operator
Chad Persons .... assistant camera
Thomas Pugh .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Barbara Miller .... executive in charge of casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Judith Brewer Curtis .... costumer
Darryl Levine .... costumer
 
Music Department
Lisa A. Arpino .... music editor
Greg Sill .... music supervisor (as Gregory Sill)
 
Other crew
Shelly Banks .... crew
Ran Barker .... administrator
Deborah Joy LeVine .... executive consultant
Kathy McCormick .... creative consultant
 

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joe Shuster  creator
Jerry Siegel  creator

Produced by
David Simkins .... consulting producer
 
Art Direction by
Ted Haigh (1996-1997)
 
Makeup Department
Cheri Ruff .... hair stylist
Mitchell Stone .... hair stylist: Ms. Hatcher
Vera Yurtchuk .... key makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Wally Crowder .... second unit director
Mark Demarais .... dga trainee
Vince Duque .... dga trainee
Joth Riggs .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
L. David Gordon .... drapery foreman
 
Sound Department
Timothy A. Cleveland .... sound effects editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer (various episodes)
Paul J. Diller .... sound editor
Catherine Flynn .... dialogue editor
Karyn Foster .... dialogue editor
Dennis Fuller .... boom operator
Eric Cameron Hosmer .... sound effects editor (as Eric C. Hosmer)
Peggy McAffee .... sound effects editor
John F. Reynolds .... dialogue editor (1993)
Steven M. Sax .... sound effects editor
Lisa K. Wolf .... assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
David Domeyer .... special effects
Ronald Nary .... special effects coordinator (as Ronald H. Nary)
 
Visual Effects by
Allen Blaisdell .... visual effects
Patrick Clancey .... visual effects compositor
Casey Conroy .... visual effects coordinator
Casey Conroy .... visual effects post-production supervisor
Richard J. Cook .... tape operator: VisonArt
Ted Fay .... head of production: VisionArt
Don Greenberg .... digital effects compositor
Amy Harrington .... visual effects coordinator
Jongwoo Heo .... 3D animator
Simon Holden .... digital effects artist
Rob House .... effects TD
Adam Howard .... digital effects compositor
Brian Jennings .... digital effects supervisor: Todd-AO
John Myers .... visual effects producer
Steven J. Scott .... digital compositor
Jerry Spivack .... visual effects supervisor: Ring of Fire
Jaison Stritch .... 3D visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Rick Avery .... stunts
Chris Blackwood .... stunts
Wally Crowder .... stunt coordinator
Anita Hart .... stunts
Lane Leavitt .... stunts
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Scott Leva .... stunts
Mark Lonsdale .... stunt coordinator
Brad Martin .... stunts
Johnny Martin .... stunts (2 episodes)
Scott Rhodes .... stunt safety
Monty L. Simons .... stunts
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt performer
Darlene Ava Williams .... stunts (multiple episodes)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John L. Black .... key grip
Randall Burak .... gaffer (as Randy Burak)
Tom Connole .... camera operator
Allen D. Easton .... camera operator
Kenneth G. Kalous .... gaffer
Moshe Levin .... additional camera operator
Wren Maloney .... still photographer
Kurt E. Soderling .... camera operator
Rick Tiedeman .... Steadicam operator
Andy Young .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tony Lipin .... costumer
Jerry Ross .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Bruce Gorman .... assistant editor
Robert Hudson .... assistant editor
Ben Kunde .... post-production coordinator
 
Music Department
John Henry Kreitler .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Kelly Farrell .... body double
Karen Romero .... assistant production coordinator
David Simkins .... creative consultant
Rebecca Thornell .... clearance
 
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

Country:
Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
This is the first episode in the series to have Clark change into Superman in a telephone booth.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In this episode Lois' apartment has changed from 105 in previous episodes into 501 for this episode.See more »
Quotes:
Perry White:Clark, I understand how you feel, son, but I want you to remember that women are people too.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Sunset Blvd. (1950)See more »

FAQ

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.
2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Superman is blinded, but not by love for Lois Lane this time., 20 January 2007
Author: writer93-1 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

While trying to get awhile from two men who want to steal his invention, a scientist runs into Lois' apartment building to escape and happens upon Lois taking out her garbage. He shoots her with the device, which puts her into a trance, and hides the device, which looks like a pen, in the pen cup on her desk. He tries to flee out the window, but is found by the two men before he can make it and is killed. When the police show up, Lois is still in the trance but eventually wakes up, unable to help since she only saw the scientist. Clark is concerned for her health, and become even more so when she begins to spout random bits of complex technical knowledge. Unaware of the fact that the pen she puts in her briefcase is not a pen, Lois takes it to work with her.

At work, Lois realizes that the device won't write and almost throws it away. Clark says it may only need an ink refill, and goes into a short rant about everything being disposable anymore. Lois and Jimmy are a bit taken aback, but Lois says if it means that much to him, Clark can have the pen. Back at his desk, Clark tries to take a note with it and realizes it lights up. Thinking it's a flashlight, he points it out to Lois and puts it back in his pen cup. Later, Jimmy accidentally knocks into Clark's pen holder and, when picking up the fallen pens and pencils, missing the device. It almost gets swept up and thrown away, then gets kicked around until it ends up in the dark room with Jimmy, who finds it and puts it back in Lois' pen cup.

While the device is making this roundabout journey back to Lois' desk, the two men, anxious to get the device back, lure Lois out to meet them, shine a light in her eyes, and ask her if Superman always comes to help her when she is in trouble. She says its not something she wants to think about when she is in the dark facing two men she doesn't know and can't see. Superman comes to her rescue and they hit him with a beam of light from another device. He is momentarily stunned, but revives when they try to grab Lois and flies away with her. When she asks why he is flying so slowly, he reveals that he is completely blind.

Lois guides him back to her apartment, but unintentionally leads him through a closed window. Superman stays on her couch for the night, and Lois calls for help from Star Labs in the morning. They agree to send over one of their optometrists, but the two men (one of whom IS an optometrist) intercept him and go to Lois' apartment in his place. While pretending to examine Superman, they also search the apartment for the device. Lois' comes back early and catches them. They flee. Clark's parents show up, after a phone call from Clark, and make their way to Lois' apartment, pretending to look for Clark.

Since Clark had been asked to go away for the weekend by Mason (the assistant district attorney) Jimmy, Lois and Perry all assume he simply left early when he doesn't show up for work. Lois is all worked up over this because, aside from being livid with jealousy she pretends doesn't exist, she sees him as not being there for Superman when he needs him. Mason, however, believes herself to be stood up when she arrives to pick up Clark at the end of the workday.

When the Clarks arrive, Superman asks Lois for some Oolong tea. Not having any on hand, she agrees to go get some, and Jonathon joins her. While they are gone, Martha talks with Clark/Superman about what can be done. Jonathon and Lois have a heart-to-heart as well, but it's cut short when she's kidnapped. The two men explain what the device is and what it looks like and Lois remembers where she saw it last, on Clark's desk. She agrees to tell them where it is in exchange for the secret to giving Superman back his sight. Meanwhile, Superman also learns what the device is and also remembers where it was. Despite being sightless, he goes to the Daily Planet after her, assuming they would have made her tell them where it was.

However, when Lois gets there and it is not in Clark's pen cup, the optometrist accuses her of lying and threaten to hurt her. Superman cuts the power and they fight in darkness. Lois manages to get the device they used to take his sight away and reverses it, giving it back to him.

I liked this episode because it showed again that complicated triangle/not-really-triangle between Superman/Clark and Lois. Also, there is a scene where Superman is sitting on Lois' couch and saying "you have to play the hand your dealt. If this blindness is permanent, I'll just have to be the best blind person I can be." That sort of made me think of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman so well in the 80s movies, and how, when real life handed him an accident that made him a paraplegic, he handled it like a superman as well, being the best paraplegic he could be.

Was the above review useful to you?
See more (1 total) »

Message Boards

Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993)

Related Links

Main series Episode guide Full cast and crew
Company credits IMDb TV section IMDb Adventure section
IMDb USA section

You may report errors and omissions on this page to the IMDb database managers. They will be examined and if approved will be included in a future update. Clicking the 'Edit page' button will take you through a step-by-step process.