Clark is far from impressed that Lois barely dares rebuke her kid sister's mean pranks on both of them, while squirming for each, even offensive, whim of Pa, full general Sam Lane, as their Thanksgiving guest. Clark firmly but politely hosts the Lanes, while reasoning against the general's support for a bill to make 'registration' compulsory for superheroes, an obvious trap given the congressional supporters' antecedents. While Oliver investigates them, Clark saves everybody from proponent Rick Flag's Machiavellian rocket attempt on the general's life. Only when Lois finally sides with Clark against Pa, he reveal his ulterior motive for exaggerated rudeness. Written by
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This episode takes place in November 2010. See more
(at around 18 mins) Rick Flag, posing as Colonel Richard Stafford has a flag on the shoulder of his uniform that is displayed backwards. The flag's union (stars) should be at the top, to the flag's own right, and to the observer's left, whether displayed vertically or horizontally. It is flown upside down only as a distress signal. See more
So, what are you in the mood for?
Oh, I'm in the mood. Just not for breakfast.
[Lois heads for the door
Lois, the bedroom's upstairs.
Mm-hmm. But the porch swing - it's out there.
References Bonnie and Clyde