The complete third season of the popular 90s series which captures the daring exploits of the mysterious visitor from another planet and brings the city of Metropolis to life. Clark Kent (Dean Cain), his superhuman alter-ego Superman and Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher), fiction's first lady of the press come together in the most unrequited romance of all time. Episodes comprise: '...We Have a Lot to Talk About', 'Ordinary People', 'Contact', 'When Irish Eyes Are Killing', 'Just Say Noah', 'Don't Tug On Superman's Cape', 'Ultra Woman', 'Chip Off The Old Clark', 'Super Mann', 'Virtually Destroyed', 'Home is Where the Hurt Is', 'Never On Sunday', 'The Dad Who Came In From The Cold', 'Tempus Anyone?', 'I Now Pronounce You...', 'Double Jeopardy', 'Seconds', 'Forget Me Not', 'Oedipus Wrecks', 'It's a Small World After All', 'Through a Glass, Darkly' and 'Big Girls Don't Fly'.
Lois & Clark presents a more upbeat world than the one depicted in Superman Returns. In Bryan Singer's big screen version, Clark loses the girl before the credits even begin. In the third season premiere of the ABC series, however, Clark (Dean Cain) proposes to Lois (Teri Hatcher). Before answering, she wants to know, "Who's asking, Clark or Superman?" So, now he knows she knows (yet another difference). In either case, the answer is no...for now. In this episode, Bill Church (Peter Boyle) also informs Bill Jr. (Bruce Campbell) that now hell be working for good rather than bad--which leaves Superman with little to do. That situation won't last long as the Churchs will soon be tossed in the clink and a new boss will take over Intergang. The Brylcreemed one is back in the business of saving Metropolis from the baddies. Meanwhile, a psychic named Star (Olivia Brown) moves in next door to Lois (and seems designed to add some rather dubious comic relief). Other episode highlights include "Ultra Woman," in which Shelley Long and Mary Gross transfer Clark's powers to Lois, and "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape," which spoofs I Love Lucy, Dragnet, and James Bond--with Hatcher (Tomorrow Never Dies) as "Miss Goodbottom".
Other points of interest: Both Cain and Hatcher penned episodes ("Virtually Destroyed" and "It's a Small World After All"), the title sequence changes in the third episode ("Contact") to reflect Hatcher's new hairstyle, and guest stars include future crime scene investigators Gary Dourdan ("Never on Sunday") and Emily Proctor ("Tempus, Anyone?"). Most importantly, Lois finally gets back to Clark about that little question, setting the scene for next season's super-nuptials. Extras include a sneak peek at the Singer-produced doc, Look, Up in the Sky!, which explores all incarnations of the Man of Steel. -- Kathleen C. Fennessy
For over half a century, this "strange visitor from another planet" has thrilled the world. In this all-new series, Lois and Clark are up for any and all challenges. But now their relationship takes on a new dimension with Lois discovering Clark's true identity and accepting his marriage proposal.