List of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman episodes

List of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman episodes

The following is an episode list for the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. In the United States, the show aired on ABC, premiering on September 12, 1993,[1] and concluding on June 14, 1997.[2] At the end of its run, 87 episodes had aired. The show is available on DVD in Regions 1, 2, and 4.

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman follows the life of Clark Kent/Superman (Dean Cain) and Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher) as they first meet, and begin a working and romantic relationship with each other. The series featured Lane Smith as Perry White, K Callan as Martha Kent, Eddie Jones as Jonathan Kent, and John Shea as Lex Luthor. Jimmy Olsen was played by Michael Landes in season one; he was fired at the end of the first season in an effort to rebuild the show to bring in better ratings. Justin Whalin was brought in for season two, and he continued the role until the series ended.[3]



Season Episodes Discs Originally aired Lois and Clark DVD releases
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 21 6 1993—1994 June 7, 2005[4] July 5, 2006[5] June 14, 2006[6]
2 22 6 1994—1995 January 17, 2006[7] July 5, 2006[8] June 14, 2006[9]
3 22 6 1995—1996 June 20, 2006[10] September 6, 2006[11] November 1, 2006[12]
4 22 6 1996—1997 November 14, 2006 [13] December 6, 2006[14] November 1, 2006[15]

Season 1

Ep # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Airdate[1][16]
1 "Pilot" Robert Butler Deborah LeVine September 12, 1993
Clark Kent arrives in Metropolis and lands a job at the Daily Planet. He meets Lois Lane, a fellow reporter at the Daily Planet. His parents help him create an alter-ego, Superman, as a disguise when he fights crime. As Superman, he stops Lex Luthor from destroying the space station, Prometheus.
2 "Strange Visitor (From Another Planet)" Randall Zisk Bryce Zabel September 26, 1993
Clark learns about his alien origins, and about a Federal agent named Jason Trask who wants to kill Superman. The agent, part of a secret branch of the government called Bureau 39, interrogates Lois and Clark to learn about Superman.
3 "Neverending Battle" Gene Reynolds Daniel Levine October 3, 1993
Lex Luthor wants to know just how strong and fast Superman really is, so he orchestrates a series of emergencies around Metropolis as a test. Clark learns how low Lois will go to get a story, when she steals Clark's story about Superman. Clark moves into his own apartment.
4 "I'm Looking Through You" Mark Sobel Deborah Joy LeVine October 10, 1993
A scientist invents several suits that make the wearer invisible, and uses them to act as a modern day Robin Hood. Thieves steal the suits and use them for their own gain, and Clark feels he is losing his own identity, as he feels invisible to Lois, next to Superman.
5 "Requiem for a Superhero" Randall Zisk Robert Killbrew October 17, 1993
Clark and Lois are officially made partners, and sent to investigate why several boxers appear to have strength beyond that of mortal men. Lois and Clark discover that the men are cyborgs, built by Sam Lane, Lois' father.
6 "I've Got a Crush on You" Gene Reynolds Thania St. John October 24, 1993
Lois and Clark compete for the same story about arsonists setting fire to local nightclubs. Lois goes undercover as a singer, but is upstaged by Clark, who is posing as a bartender.
7 "Smart Kids" Robert Singer Daniel Levine October 31, 1993
Lex Luthor finances a scientist to create a drug that will grant the user super intelligence. The scientist tests it out on a group of orphaned children. The children escape the orphanage, and deduce that Superman is really Clark Kent.
8 "The Green, Green Glow of Home" Les Landau Bryce Zabel November 14, 1993
An EPA report goes out for Smallville, and Lois and Clark travel to Clark's home town to investigate. They discover that Bureau 39 is after kryptonite, wanting to use it to kill Superman.
9 "The Man of Steel Bars" Robert Butler Paris Qualles November 21, 1993
A heat wave in the winter causes the citizens of Metropolis to blame Superman's powers for their troubles. Superman promises to leave town, and leaves Lois to discover what is really causing the problem. It turns out that Lex Luthor is behind the heat wave.
10 "Pheromone, My Lovely" Bill D'Elia Deborah Joy LeVine November 28, 1993
A scientist and ex-lover of Lex Luthor's sprays the staff of the Daily Planet with a chemical that induces sexual attraction. Clark, not affected by the chemical, tries to find the source while keeping Lois, who has fallen in love with him, at bay.
11 "Honeymoon in Metropolis" James A. Contner Daniel Levine December 12, 1993
Lois and Clark investigate the illegal activity of a Congressman and an arms dealer, going undercover as a honeymooning couple. At the same time, they learn what it would be like to share their lives with someone.
12 "All Shook Up" Felix Enriquez Alcala Bryce Zabel and Jackson Gillis January 2, 1994
An asteroid heads toward Earth and Superman flies into space to stop it. The impact back on Earth causes him to lose his memory, forgetting how to use his own powers. Martha and Jonathan arrive to help Clark regain his memory, so that he can become Superman and stop a fragment of the asteroid still heading to Earth (This is a remake of a classic Adventures of Superman episode, "Panic in the Sky").
13 "Witness" Mel Damski Bradley Moore January 9, 1994
A scientist is killed, and Lois witnesses everything. The murderer comes after Lois to prevent her from writing her story. Clark and Perry work together to protect Lois from the killer.
14 "Illusions of Grandeur" Michael W. Watkins Thania St. John January 23, 1994
A magician uses his skills to kidnap children and ransom them. Lois and Clark try and track down the magician, but when Superman confronts the kidnapper, he is hypnotized into thinking that "wrong" is "right". Superman has long been described in the comics as being vulnerable to magic.
15 "The Ides of Metropolis" Philip Sgriccia Deborah Joy LeVine February 6, 1994
A fugitive, who was convicted of murder, stays with Lois, who believes he is innocent. He also holds the ability to stop a new computer virus plaguing Metropolis. Jonathan moves in with Clark when he begins to suspect Martha is cheating on him.
16 "Foundling" Bill D'Elia Daniel Levine February 20, 1994
A globe that Clark retrieved from his spaceship begins to project messages from his biological father Jor-El. A teenage thief steals the globe and other items from Clark's apartment, and it soon falls into the hands of Lex Luthor.
Chris Demetral's first appearance as Jack.
17 "The Rival" Michael W. Watkins Tony Blake and Paul Jackson February 27, 1994
The Metropolis Star begins landing stories before the Daily Planet, with Linda King, an old rival of Lois', getting all the scoops. Clark investigates and discovers that the Metropolis Star is causing the disasters it is reporting.
Professional baseball and football player Bo Jackson makes a cameo appearance as himself.
18 "Vatman" Randall Zisk Deborah Joy LeVine March 13, 1994
Lex Luthor creates a clone of Superman. At first the clone is used to do Superman's job for him, but he soon begins causing havoc around Metropolis. Superman confronts the clone, and although he suspects Luthor, he is unable to prove Lex created the duplicate.
19 "Fly Hard" Philip Sgriccia Thania St. John March 27, 1994
A terrorist group takes over the Daily Planet, taking everyone hostage inside, including Clark, Lois, and Lex Luthor. Clark is unable to use his abilities for fear that he will reveal himself as Superman and put the others in danger.
Tracy Scoggins' last appearance as Cat Grant.
20 "Barbarians at the Planet" James Bagdonas Daniel Levine and Deborah Joy LeVine May 1, 1994
Lex Luthor buys the Daily Planet, and proposes to Lois. Perry leaves the Planet when Lex hires Chip, a young man fresh out of college, to be his boss. Lois agrees to marry Lex, even after Clark tells her that he is in love with her. An explosion at the Daily Planet closes the paper. Jack is falsely accused of causing the explosion.
21 "The House of Luthor" Alan J. Levi Daniel Levine May 8, 1994
As Lois prepares for her wedding day, Clark, Jimmy, Perry and Jack try and discover who really blew up the Daily Planet. Lex uses a kryptonite cage to trap Superman. Lois does not marry Lex. The police come to arrest Lex for the explosion, but he jumps out of the window, committing suicide.
Lois' mother Ellen Lane is portrayed by Phyllis Coates, who portrayed Lois in the 1951 film Superman and the Mole Men, and during Season 1 of the Adventures of Superman television series. Michael Landes' last appearance as Jimmy Olsen. Chris Demetral's last appearance as Jack.

Season 2

Ep # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Airdate[16]
22 "Madame Ex" Randall Zisk Tony Blake and Paul Jackson September 18, 1994
Lex Luthor's ex-wife, Arianna, arrives in Metropolis seeking revenge for Lex's death. Arianna creates a duplicate of Lois, using plastic surgery to alter the face of a willing subject. Clark and Lois investigate the truth behind the second Lois. Arianna attempts to kill Superman with kryptonite, as she blames him for Lex's death. She captures Lois, binding and gagging her before knocking her out, planning to have her blamed for Superman's death. However, the plan fails and Arianna and the fake Lois are jailed.
Justin Whalin assumes the role of Jimmy Olsen.
23 "Wall of Sound" Alan J. Levi John McNamara September 25, 1994
A man (Michael Des Barres) creates a weapon that emits a sound wave that puts people to sleep, and he uses it to help him commit crimes throughout Metropolis. The device also works on Superman. Lois becomes jealous of Clark when he is nominated for the Kerth Award, an award she has won three years in a row.
24 "The Source" John T. Kretchmer Tony Blake and Paul Jackson October 2, 1994
Lois helps a worker expose the corruption of a corporation. She fails to protect her source from the corporation, and is subsequently suspended from the Daily Planet. Clark helps her piece together everything so they can restore Lois' reputation at the Planet.
25 "The Prankster" James Hayman Grant Rosenberg October 9, 1994
Clark has to constantly look out for Lois' safety when someone begins sending her booby trapped gifts. It turns out that the culprit is an ex-con, known as the Prankster, out for revenge against Lois, who's investigative reporting led to his incarceration for five years.
26 "Church of Metropolis" Robert Singer John McNamara October 23, 1994
Intergang, a new criminal organization led by Bill Church, begins buying property is South Metropolis. Intergang uses thugs to vandalize the area to drive down the price, so that they can buy the land cheaply. Lois becomes jealous when the investigating officer in charge, Mayson Drake, shows an interest in Clark.
27 "Operation Blackout" Michael W. Watkins Kate Boutilier October 30, 1994
A citywide blackout forces the Daily Planet to try to find a means to publish the paper without the help of modern technology. Lois and Clark discover the blackout was caused by a group of terrorists trying to take control of a satellite.
28 "That Old Gang of Mine" Lorraine Senna Ferrara Gene Miller and Karen Kavnar November 13, 1994
A scientist clones the DNA of Al Capone, and regenerates the gangster in present-day Metropolis. Capone forces the doctor to recreate John Dillinger and Bonnie and Clyde so that he can return to a life of crime. When Clark becomes involved, he is forced to fake his own death to preserve his true identity.
29 "A Bolt From the Blue" Philip Sgriccia Kathy McCormick November 20, 1994
When Superman attempts to save a man from committing suicide, lightning strikes the two of them and gives the man powers equal to Superman's. Calling himself "Resplendent Man", the new superhero decides to begin charging people when he saves them. Dr. Gretchen Kelly then tries to exploit the situation.
30 "Season's Greedings" Randall Zisk Dean Cain December 4, 1994
When toymaker Winslow Schott (Sherman Hemsley) is fired from his job, he invents a new toy that makes all of Metropolis' adults act like children, including Clark. Soon, everyone at the Daily Planet is fighting over gifts and Clark has to find out who is behind the new toys' creation. Isabel Sanford and Dick Van Patten also guest star.
31 "Metallo" James Bagdonas Tony Blake, James Crocker, and Paul Jackson January 1, 1995
Lois's sister Lucy has a new boyfriend, John Corben, who turns out to be a criminal. After getting shot during an armored car robbery, scientists graft Corben's head onto a kryptonite-powered cyborg body, and he assumes the name Metallo.
32 "Chi of Steel" James Hayman Hillary J. Bader January 8, 1995
A Robin-Hood-style Ninja thief is stealing from the rich and giving to the poor in Chinatown, armed with bracelets that, by channeling the 'Chi' power, could enable the wearer to kill even Superman.
33 "The Eyes Have It" Bill D'Elia Kathy McCormick and Grant Rosenberg January 22, 1995
Scientist Harry Leit and his henchman try to capture Lois. They develop a machine that renders Superman blind, forcing Lois to take care of him until his sight returns.
34 "The Phoenix" Philip Sgriccia Tony Blake and Paul Jackson February 12, 1995
Lois and Clark are planning their first date, but their plans are spoiled when Gretchen Kelly succeeds in bringing Lex Luthor back from the dead who has two main goals: reclaim Lois and kill Superman.
35 "Top Copy" Randall Zisk John McNamara February 19, 1995
When investigative journalist and Intergang assassin Diana Stride discovers Superman's secret identity and kisses him while wearing kryptonite lipstick, Superman is rushed to hospital, leaving Jonathan and Martha to come up with a means of preserving their son's double life.
36 "Return of the Prankster" Philip Sgriccia Grant Rosenberg February 26, 1995
Having escaped from prison, the Prankster sets his sights higher than just tormenting Lois; he wishes to kidnap the President of the United States.
37 "Lucky Leon" Jim Pohl Chris Ruppenthal March 12, 1995
Lois and Clark's second attempt at a first date is hampered not only by Lois's fears about what a relationship would do to their friendship, but also by the discovery that Jimmy has been accused of murder.
38 "Resurrection" Joseph Scanlan Gene Miller and Karen Kavner March 19, 1995
As a scientist develops a pill to resurrect deceased criminals, Lois and Clark try to find out who murdered ADA Mayson Drake, with the help of a DEA agent, Dan Scardino.
39 "Tempus Fugitive" James Bagdonas Jack Weinstein and Lee Hudson March 26, 1995
After meeting the legendary author H. G. Wells, Lois and Clark journey to the past in an attempt to stop the time-travelling villain Tempus (Lane Davies) from killing the infant Superman.
40 "Target: Jimmy Olsen!" David Jackson Tony Blake and Paul Jackson April 2, 1995
Two women have come up with a process that allows them to control minds, and Jimmy has been selected as their 'trial run'.
41 "Individual Responsibility" Alan J. Levi Chris Ruppenthal April 16, 1995
When Intergang fails in its attempts to buy out the Daily Planet, Perry is kidnapped, and recent exposure to red kryptonite has left Superman so apathetic he is unconcerned about the very people he is meant to save.
42 "Whine, Whine, Whine" Michael W. Watkins Kathy McCormick and John McNamara May 14, 1995
After saving a musician, Superman finds himself in court when the musician attempts to sue Superman for breaking his arm, resulting in a mass of similar cases.
43 "And the Answer Is..." Alan J. Levi Tony Blake and Paul Jackson May 21, 1995
Having discovered Tempus' diary, a criminal attempts to blackmail Superman into killing Lois Lane, or he will kill Clark's parents. Clark finally summons the courage to ask for Lois to marry him. The season ends on a cliffhanger before she answers.

Season 3

Ep # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Airdate[16][2]
44 "We Have a Lot to Talk About" Philip Sgriccia John McNamara September 17, 1995
Season 3 starts exactly where season 2 left off with Lois asking "who's asking Clark or Superman". Lois and Clark try to come to terms with Lois's discovery of his secret, Bill Church's attempts to go straight are hampered by his new wife and his son.
45 "Ordinary People" Michael W. Watkins Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner September 24, 1995
On Perry's insistence, Lois and Clark take time out on an island resort to work on their relationship, but their attempts to relax are hampered by Spencer Spencer, owner of the resort, who is determined to steal Superman's body to replace his own deformed one.
46 "Contact" Daniel Attias Chris Ruppenthal October 15, 1995
Lois's apparent abduction by aliens is revealed to be the work of a crooked executive attempting to keep Superman occupied.
47 "When Irish Eyes Are Killing" Winrich Kolbe Grant Rosenberg October 15, 1995
Trying to make Clark jealous, Lois dates her old friend Patrick Sullivan, but it is soon revealed that he is planning to use her in a Druidic sacrifice.
48 "Just Say Noah" David Jackson Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming October 22, 1995
An undercover investigation into the Larry Smiley marriage institute gives Lois and Clark the perfect opportunity to work on their own relationship.
49 "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape" Steven Dubin David Simkins November 5, 1995
Tim and Amber Lake, an eccentric couple with a passion for collecting rare objects, attempt to add Superman to their collection.
The Lakes are portrayed by real-life spouses Genie Francis (General Hospital) and Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek: The Next Generation).
50 "Ultra Woman" Mike Vejar Gene F. O'Neill and Noreen Tobin November 12, 1995
The latest use of red kryptonite results in Clark's powers being transferred to Lois, forcing her to assume a costumed identity to deal with the problem.
51 "Chip Off the Old Clark" Michael W. Watkins Michael Jamin and Sivert Glarum November 18, 1995
When a woman claims to have had Superman's child, Clark insists that she's lying, but Lois is uncertain what to believe when the child picks up a sofa during her interview with the mother.
52 "Super Mann" James Bagdonas Chris Ruppenthal November 26, 1995
Lois and Clark must put their wedding plans on hold to investigate a Nazi organization which is trying to take over Metropolis.
53 "Virtually Destroyed Jim Charleston Dean Cain and Sean Brennan December 10, 1995
Lex Luthor's estranged son traps Lois and Clark in a virtual world where Clark has no superpowers.
54 "Home Is Where the Hurt Is" Geoffrey Nottage Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner December 17, 1995
When Superman is infected with a kryptonite virus, the only possible cure is to stop his heart, in the hope that the virus will 'die' if it believes he is already dead.
55 "Never on Sunday" Michael Lange Grant Rosenberg January 7, 1996
A magician, known as "Baron Sunday" is out for revenge on several people in Metropolis, including Clark; meanwhile, Lois' mother takes over plans for the wedding.
56 "The Dad Who Came In From the Cold" Alan J. Levi David Simkins January 14, 1996
Jimmy's father, Jack Olsen - a spy- returns to Metropolis, prompting Clark to confront his own fears about his ability to be a parent.
57 "Tempus, Anyone?" Winrich Kolbe John McNamara January 21, 1996
When Lois is transferred to an alternate universe where she is dead, Perry is running for Mayor against Tempus (Lane Davies) and Clark isn't Superman, she must work with H. G. Wells to return home and convince Clark to accept his destiny before Tempus kills Perry.
58 "I Now Pronounce You..." Jim Pohl Chris Ruppenthal February 11, 1996
As their wedding rapidly approaches, Lois and Clark find themselves investigating a bizarre story about the President of the United States being replaced by a frog-eating clone by weird sientist Dr.Mamba.
The episode is dedicated to the memory of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, who died on January 28, 1996.
59 "Double Jeopardy" Chris Long Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner February 18, 1996
With Lois having been replaced by a clone, captured by Lex Luthor, and suffering from amnesia making her believe she is Wanda Detroit the main character from her unfinished novel and that Lex is Kent a man she thought she couldn't have but can, it becomes a race against time for Clark to track her down before she is killed by Luthor or her clone.
60 "Seconds" Alan J. Levi Corey Miller February 25, 1996
With the Lois-clone now on his side, Clark races to find Luthor and Lois before Luthor can convince Lois to kill Clark and leave Metropolis forever. Luthor learns an important fact that can advance his plans.
61 "Forget Me Not" James Bagdonas Grant Rosenberg March 10, 1996
When a doctor in the clinic where Lois is staying begins to brainwash his patients to commit murder, Clark must not only stop the doctor before Lois becomes his next 'assassin', but also deal with Lois's doctor, who wants Lois's love for himself.
62 "Oedipus Wrecks" Kenn Fuller David Simkins March 24, 1996
With Lois now believing herself to be in love with her doctor, Clark and Perry's attempts to tell her the truth are hampered by Bad Brain Johnson's brother Herkimer, who has created a machine that makes people act very strangely. Lois regains her memory and punches the doctor out and goes back to Clark/Superman.
63 "It's a Small World After All" Philip Sgriccia Pat Hazell and Teri Hatcher April 28, 1996
While attending Lois's high school reunion, former classmate, Annette Westman begins to shrink the spouses of the others, with Clark being her next target.
64 "Through a Glass, Darkly" Chris Long Chris Ruppenthal May 5, 1996
While discussing buying a house with Lois, Superman is put through various tests by the mysterious Zara and Ching.
65 "Big Girls Don't Fly" Philip Sgriccia Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner May 12, 1996
After being approved in Zara and Ching's tests, Superman learns that they want him to leave the Earth and go back with them to rule New Krypton, or the planet will be ruled by the evil Lord Nor.

Season 4

Ep # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Airdate[2]
66 "Lord of the Flys" Philip Sgriccia Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner September 22, 1996
As Clark takes up the throne of New Krypton, Lord Nor travels to Earth and captures Clark's parents.
67 "Battleground Earth" Philip Sgriccia Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming September 29, 1996
In a desperate attempt to stop Lord Nor, Superman clashes with his adversary in a duel, while Lois tries to stop a renegade general from using kryptonite against Nor.
68 "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding" Michael Lange John McNamara October 6, 1996
As Lois and Clark prepare for their second wedding, they find themselves pitted against Mertle Beach (Delta Burke) AKA the 'Wedding Destroyer' and her therapist Dr. Voyle Grumman (Charles Fleischer) who amongst other mishaps are involved with the murder of Newspaper Reporter Leo Nunk (Ray Buktenica). it is later revealed by Lois & Clark that Grumman lied about Mertle's Fiancee and that he planned to run off with Mertle's best friend Emily Channing before his car skidded on ice and flipped into a ditch on the way to the church to tell her it was over. Grumman revealed he used her because he needed to feel her pain. Lois and Clark are then married by a guardian angel, Mike.
The initial broadcast of this episode coincides with the publication of the comic book Superman: The Wedding Album, wherein Superman/Clark Kent finally marries Lois Lane -- 58 years after the characters' debut in Action Comics #1.
69 "Soul Mates" Richard Friedman Brad Kern October 13, 1996
Lois and Clark are interrupted by H.G. Wells on their wedding night, Wells warns them that they must go back in time to break a curse put on their past lives, otherwise Lois will die of a terminal disease after they consummate their marriage. Lane Davies as Tempus.
70 "Brutal Youth" David Grossman Tim Minear October 20, 1996
Demented scientist Vida Dootson creates a machine that drains the youth from the young and transfers it to her, leaving Jimmy and several others old men in a matter of seconds. Dootson is also involved with escape of Metropolis Prisoner Conor Shank who promises Dootson his legendary stash if she breaks him out and gives him eternal youth she needs the stash to buy Plutonium to augment the life force. It is later revealed that Shank lied about his stash.
An artificially-aged Jimmy is portrayed by Jack Larson, who portrayed Jimmy on the Adventures of Superman television series.
71 "The People vs. Lois Lane" Robert Ginty Grant Rosenberg October 27, 1996
An old informant of Lois's, Elroy Sikes is murdered, and when she is discovered holding the gun, the situation appears grim. it is revealed that mad scientist Professor Jefferson Cole wants revenge after Lois & Clark put him in prison.
72 "Dead Lois Walking" Chris Long Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming November 10, 1996
Determined to save Lois from the death penalty, Clark must break her out of prison to clear her name.
73 "Bob and Carol and Lois and Clark" Oz Scott Brian Nelson November 17, 1996
Lois and Clark are shocked to learn that their new friends Bob and Carol Kelly have a secret of their own; Bob is really the lethal assassin known as Deathstroke.
74 "Ghosts" Robert Ginty Michael Gleason November 24, 1996
While looking at an allegedly haunted house, Lois is possessed by a ghost that is determined to take Lois's life for herself.
75 "Stop the Presses" Peter Ellis Brad Kern December 8, 1996
When Lois becomes the Editor in Chief of the Daily Planet after Perry is promoted, her and Clark's relationship is strained, a situation made even worse when two hacker brothers attempt to obliterate Superman for eliminating their 'idol' Lex Luthor.
76 "Twas the Night Before Mxymas" Mike Vejar Tim Minear December 15, 1996
When Metropolis is trapped in a time loop on Christmas Eve by Mister Mxyzptlk, Lois and Clark must defeat the imp before all hope is lost.
77 "Lethal Weapon" Jim Charleston Grant Rosenberg January 5, 1997
Perry White's "reformed" son Jerry comes to Metropolis with a stash of Red Kryptonite.
78 "Sex, Lies and Videotape" Philip Sgriccia Andrew Dettman and Daniel Truly January 19, 1997
A sleazy photographer takes pictures of Superman and Lois in bed together.
79 "Meet John Doe" Tim Minear Jim Pohl March 2, 1997
Under the new identity of 'John Doe', Tempus (Lane Davies) is running for President, and only Lois and Clark know the truth about him.
80 "Lois and Clarks" Chris Long Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner March 9, 1997
With Clark trapped in a dimensional window, Lois and H.G. Wells must recruit the alternate, less experienced Clark in a desperate attempt to stop Tempus (Lane Davies) once and for all.

Last appearance of Lane Davies as Tempus.

81 "AKA Superman" Robert Ginty Jeff Vlaming March 16, 1997
Jimmy's new girlfriend Penny Barnes is convinced that she knows who Superman really is, and her employer wants to install an orbital super weapon.
82 "Faster than a Speeding Vixen " Neal Ahern Brad Kern April 12, 1997
Leslie Luckabee takes over ownership of the Daily Planet, and a mysterious "Super Vixen" takes the law into her own hands, killing villains instead of capturing them, with Leslie as her next target.
83 "Shadow of a Doubt" Philip Sgriccia Grant Rosenberg April 19, 1997
As Superman tries to stop a seemingly unstoppable villain, it is revealed that Leslie seeks to re-establish Lex Luthor's criminal empire.
84 "Voice from the Past" David Grossman John McNamara April 26, 1997
After learning that Leslie is Luthor's son, the situation becomes even more difficult when he and Luthor Jr - now posing as 'Mr Smith' discover Superman's secret identity.
85 "I've Got You Under My Skin" Eugenie Ross-Leming Tim Minear May 31, 1997
Trying to escape the mob, a criminal, Woody Samms uses a crystal to swap bodies with Clark (Only later realising that he's now Superman), leaving Clark desperate to convince Lois of his true identity before he is killed by the mob.
86 "Toy Story" Jim Pohl Brad Kern June 7, 1997
As Lois and Clark try to stop an angry toymaker from kidnapping children, Perry's "Lonely Hearts" ad gets interesting results.
87 "The Family Hour" Robert Ginty Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming June 14, 1997
An angry villain (Harry Anderson) with mind-control powers kidnaps Clark and Lois's parents, threatening to kill them unless Superman does what he says; meanwhile, Lois and Clark tell their parents that they have a child.


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