Clark finally asks Lois out on a date, which she accepts after thinking about it for a while. But before they can go out on their first date, Dr. Gretchen Kelly brings Lex Luthor back to ... See full summary »

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Clark finally asks Lois out on a date, which she accepts after thinking about it for a while. But before they can go out on their first date, Dr. Gretchen Kelly brings Lex Luthor back to life and he begins to work toward getting back his fortune and Lois, by force if necessary. Written by Anonymous

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The title refers to a mythical bird with colorful plumage that lives for 500 to 1,000 years. At the end of it's life, the phoenix builds a nest of twigs which ignites consuming both the bird and the nest and a new phoenix arises from the ashes. See more »

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Clark Kent: Maybe Sheldon Bender knows something.
Jimmy Olsen: Luthor's attorney? Why him?
Clark Kent: Well, its just... God knows everything and attorneys seem to think they're God.
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References Love Affair (1939) See more »

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Lex Luther is back.
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Thanks to his more-than-attentive doctor, Lex Luthor rises out the ashes of his supposed death. The first thing he does is attempt to get his money back from his lawyer, who stole it. The second, and more important to him, thing he does is get Kryptonite, from one of the brother scientists who created Metallo. And, oh yeah, he loses his hair...

Luther and his comrades kidnap the lawyer and Lois and Clark see it. The lawyer first claims that the money's tied up in real estate, but when Luther still dangles him over a pit of hungry rats, he eventually tells him that he can get him involved in Intergang. Luther is still not interested, until the lawyer tells him he knows where he can get Luther some Kryponite, which Luther esteems higher than money and equates with "real power."

Using a variety of costumes, Luther moves around the city under everyone's noses for awhile before finally revealing himself to Lois, whom he claims to still love. He's convinced that she also returns his love, but he will not take no for an answer.


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