Lois and Clark agree to stop thinking of marriage for the time being as it seems that the idea is causing the two to have nightmarish fantasies about it. Meanwhile, Bad Brain Johnson has ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Clark Kent / Superman
... Lois Lane
... Perry White
... Jimmy Olsen
... Martha Kent
... Jonathan Kent
... Amber Lake
... Tim Lake
... Dr. Bernard Klein
... Bad Brain Johnson
... Staffer
Holly Schroeder ... Police Woman
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Lois and Clark agree to stop thinking of marriage for the time being as it seems that the idea is causing the two to have nightmarish fantasies about it. Meanwhile, Bad Brain Johnson has escaped jail and is targeting Lois. In reality, someone else is using him and his inventions to capture Superman. Lois is just a bait. Written by Ploy

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5 November 1995 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Lois dreams that being married to Superman means she will become secondary to him. The dream has her being a Bond Girl to Clark's James Bond. This is ironic as Teri Hatcher went on to be a Bond girl in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) See more »

Goofs

During the "Dragnet" spoof, Clark is holding a booking card that says "Metropolis" with the state listed as "KS" or "Kansas". In an earlier episode, a politician asked where Clark was from, he said "Smallville" - the politician said "Great community" then said he'd do what he could for it, when elected. After the politician walked away, someone said that the politician didn't realize Smallville was in another state. See more »

Quotes

Lois Lane: You gave up everything in your life, for me
Superman: Without you it wouldn't have been a life.
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Connections

Spoofs I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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