Clark asks Lois to marry him. Lois asks "Who's asking Clark or (taking his glasses off) Superman. The secret is out. Lois tells Clark that she figured out his dual identity when he caressed... See full summary »

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Clark asks Lois to marry him. Lois asks "Who's asking Clark or (taking his glasses off) Superman. The secret is out. Lois tells Clark that she figured out his dual identity when he caressed her face the night before. How mad was she? Lois tells Clark she wasn't mad, she was hurt. But then, the more she thinks about it the more she realizes she was mad. Clark tries to explain his reasons for keeping his secret and Lois says she understands but then tells him that he made her think he was two people by lying to her. They hear someone calling for help and Lois tells Clark to go. Clark spins into his alter ego for the first time in front of Lois who is more than a little impressed. They find out that Bill Church has organized a group called The Church Group who are there to make Metropolis the safest city. Superman says he wants to check the city but not if Lois is mad. She tells him that it was easier talking to Clark and he tells her that she still is. Lois isn't sure. He again shows ... Written by NPilbeam

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When the Churches are standing outside the museum, a workman carrying a painting passes in front of them. The painting he's carrying is Gainsborough's "Yellow Boy" one of the unknown paintings that was in Lex Luthor's collection in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Foundling (1994). See more »

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Lois Lane: [to Clark] You wouldn't be using your other identity to avoid talking to me?
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