Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Season 3 Episode 18

Forget Me Not

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 10, 1996 on ABC
7.2
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Lois is still amnesiac, and Clark puts her in a clinic to help her recover. But Dr. Maxwell Deter's treatment has extreme methods, one of which being that Clark can't tell Lois they are engaged and in love with each other. Another psychiatrist at the institute is programming the clinic's patients to kill people that he has been hired to assassinate- which includes Perry. Later, Dr. Deter restricts Clark's visits to Lois because he wants to gain her love for himself. While Lois finally remembers only her partnership with Clark at the Daily Planet, she also tells him that she's fallen in love with Dr. Deter.moreless

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  • While I hated Max and him getting in the way of Lois and Clark this was still a great part 4 of the 5 part amnesia story arc. It kept the tension alive and was a great episode and for me it shows how strong Clark's love is for Lois.moreless

    9.3
    The 5 part amnesia story arc was great way to add tension to wedding of Lois and Clark. It was frustrating seeing them get so close and then bam something happens. However this was a perfect example of why I love this show. My only complaint is I would love to torture the Dr in the most painfull way possible. The trouble of getting Lois back and the Dr manipulating her and clarks reaction shows just how strong their love is. Also this is the 6th ep that has the new opening with the Superman sheild shooting star which I found quite clever.moreless
  • Lois is now at a special institute to help her regain her memory. She forgets who Clark really is and gets tricked yet again into loving another person.

    1.7
    This is one of the few episodes I would consider painful to watch. There was no plot, no direction, no action, and nothing at all to look forward to. Practically, the episode repeated the same storyline presented in its preludes with Lois and her "amnesia". This time, instead of Lex Luthor creating the scheme, a disturbing doctor tricks Lois into loving him. The institute, where Lois is recuperating at to regain her lost memory, apparently is utterly corrupt. The head doctor plans to use his own patients to assassinate important individuals including Perry White. The final scene when Superman catches the villain is a complete massacre to the series as everything is in disorder. Out of all the episodes of season 3, this was definetly the worst and one to be avoided.moreless
K Callan

K Callan

Martha Kent

Dean Cain

Dean Cain

Clark Kent/Superman

Teri Hatcher

Teri Hatcher

Lois Lane

Lane Smith

Lane Smith

Perry White

Justin Whalin

Justin Whalin

Jimmy Olsen (seasons 2-4)

Eddie Jones

Eddie Jones

Jonathan Kent

Larry Poindexter

Larry Poindexter

Dr. Maxwell Deter

Guest Star

Charles Cioffi

Charles Cioffi

Dr. Elias Mendenhall

Guest Star

Audrie Neenan

Audrie Neenan

Nurse Reilly

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • This is the last Intergang story in the series.

    • Goof: When Superman changes back to Clark after melting the guns from the old people at the home his collar is not buttoned under his tie when he first talks to Lois. After the scene cuts to Lois and then back to Clark it is buttoned under the tie.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Lois: First I break in, now I'm about to go through this man's office. How can something so wrong feel so right?

    • Maxwell Deter: Superman, what are you doing here?
      Superman: I just dropped in to say hello to Lois.
      Maxwell Deter: You're not on her approved visitors' list.
      Superman: I'm Superman.
      Maxwell Deter: I see, and rules therefore don't apply to you. You may want to explore this need to dominate others.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Lois (searching for clues): I feel like Nancy Drew.

      Nancy drew is the heroine detective of the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series of fictional mystery novels. Created in 1930 by Edward Stratemeyer and originally written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson and edited by Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, this series has more than 170 novels to date, all published under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene. They focus on the adventures of young Nancy as she searches for evidence and solves mysteries.

    • The Hangman:


      Dr. Elias Mendenhall is also known as "The Hangman" in this episode. The Hangman is a villain in the Batman Comics but his civil identity is not Dr. Elias Mendenhall, it's Sofia Falcone Gigante, the daughter of the mafia boss in Gotham City.

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