Right, rules are simple. I'll start off with a word or phrase, and you say letters and we'll see how it goes!
Ok, first one: (I'll make it easy!)
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Posts so far:
1. Lois and Clark
2. Perry: Great shades of Elvis!
3. Lois: Who's asking, Clark or Superman?
4. Lois: I only marry men who fly.
5. Clark: Superman is what I can do, Clark is who I am.
6: Clark: I'm not a woman.
7: Martha: Too much too soon tortured heart waining moon.
8: Clark: I have loved you from the beginning.
Lois: And I'll love you till the end.
9:Is it a bird?
Is it a plane?
No, just a guy in a pair of tights and a cape!
10: Lois: I never mix business with other people's pleasure.
11: Lois: What we've got here is an example of human evolution. Clark is the before, Superman is the after.
12: Perry: Never underestimate the need for a good obituary.
13: Lois: You put up with me for the same reason I put up with you. It's because I'm completely in love with you.
14: Lois: Jimmy, give me back my dress.
15: Lois: He's a man, I'm a woman. Do you want me to draw a diagram?
16: Perry: I love the smell of fear in the newsroom.
17: Clark: Lois is in trouble! Lois is in trouble!
18: Clark: Lois is...well she's complicated, domineering, uncompremising,big headed...brilliant.
19: Clark: You can't stay mad.
Lois: Oh, yes I can. You can fly, I can stay mad. It's a gift.
20: Lois: You read my work?
21:Clark: Don't fall for me farmboy. I don't have time for it.
22: Martha: We want you to be happy, and Lois makes you happy. Unless you make her unhappy, and then she makes you unhappy, and that makes us unhappy.
23: Lois: I said nine, I thought you'd be naked...um ready.
24: Clark: You are really high maintenance you know that?
Lois: But I'm worth it.
25: Perry: Jimmy, I did not become editor of a major newspaper because I can yodel.
26: Jimmy: Still going where no reporter has gone before.
27: Mr Mxyzptlk: Christmas Eve. The longest night of the year for all good children and large men in tights.
28: Lois: Your parents made marriage look fun. Mine made it look like a root canal.
29: Tempus: Oh please, I'll go to jail, I'll strap myself into the electric chair, just don't make me listen to this.
30: Dr Klein: Superman, forgive me, but you are losing it my boy.
31: Lois: So explain something to me. You eat like an eight year old but you look like Mr. Hardbody. What's your secret and can I have it?
32: Superman: Itry not to kill. I don't believe in it.
33: Clark: Lois, its past babbling hour. Could you get to the point?
34: Perry: Boy, it's almost like they were married.
35: Tempus: Very good, Herb. With a mind like that you missed a great career in game shows.
36: Lois: That's it? Just like that, boom, I'm a blonde? It's harder dyeing your roots.
37: Lois: Well sure, that's easy when you go to Smallville U graduating with ten farmers and a cow.
38: Clark: Glasses, secret identity...seemed like a good idea at the time.
39: Zara: By the way, we are out of high fat, high salt, and nutritionally worthless snack items.
40: Perry: Enough! Now I don't know what we've got going on here. I guess we all just need vacations worse than I thought, but we got a paper to put out here and a story to do on these rats.
41: Lois: Clark, you can do the horizontal mumbo with the Met-Net cheerleading squad for all I care, just keep your hands off my copy.
42: Clark: Lois has a pair of Superman pajamas.
Martha: You saw Lois in her pajamas?
Clark: No! Well, yes. But it was accident, when her robe came undone.
43: Lex: You were an itch, you've been scratched.
44: Star: Lois, it's your purse. Is there something evil in your purse?
Lois: Just my credit cards.
45: Tempus/John Doe: Let's wrap fish in the constitution and chuck all the old laws.
46: Bobby Bigmouth: No, I'm just trying to talk myself out of eating your chair.
47: Clark: Who's asking? Lois or Ultrawoman?
Lois: Who's answering? Clark or Superman?
48: Perry: Clark, if you were a woman, and your doorbell rang, and you opened, and it was me...what would you think?
49: Clark: Lois, I'm just trying to ask you out. I'm not trying to negotiate a nuclear arms treaty.
50: Cat: Tsunami. Is that the one with avocado and shrimp?
51: Perry: Now what in the blazes is a bobby bigmouth?
52: Perry: If you went up there to those windows and told me you could fly, I'd back you up. I'd miss you, but I'd back you up.
53: Lois: ...And I was screaming and you weren't there.
54: Lois: A date? You mean like a real date? Where I take out my good perfume, the one I got after I saw "Love Affair", the good one not the remake, and I put a dab behind my knee, I don't even know why?
55: Lois: Superman is in the shower? Did you see him? I mean, does the outfit actually come off?
56: Lois: Yes, well us wacky Earth women, we get mighty cranky about losing our husbands.
57: Clark: You don't know how many times I've thought about this...dreamt about this...or something like this.
58: Lois: She lied to you Wandamae. Now try and focus. It's 1994, there's no Abe Lincoln. No Ford's Theatre. No John Wilkes Booth. Everything is fine.
Wandamae: I just love Tad's outfit, don't you?
Lois: Except I'm in a cage, in a bunker, underneath a mausoleum, in a cemetery. Nobody knows I'm here except a bunch of very strange people.
59: Lawyer: Do you love Lois Lane, Superman?
60: Lois: What do you think I am, galactically stupid?
61: Clark: Yeah, but I'm expecting my, uh...Cheese-of-the-Month shipment. I'll be right back.
62: Clark: My plane got snowed in.
Lois: It did? It's not snowing.
Clark: It isn't?
63: Clark: Oh wait! I don't know Mom. Lois thinks that the cook might be a crossdresser.
Martha: Oh honey, that's Clark's father. I can't get him to buy a dress for me let alone one for himself!
64: Lois: How long can you hold your breath?
65: Tempus: Lone rider is to ride out of town, never to return...wow, talk about deja vu.
66: Lois: Did I really do the Dance of the Seven Veils?
Clark: All seven.
67: Tempus: Why tights? Why a cape? You're a grown man, don't you feel ridiculous?
Superman: My mother made it for me.
68: Jimmy: I'm in charge of it.
69: Clark: Five people threatened to sue you.
Lois: That's not so awful.
Clark: Two hundred threatened to kill you.
70: Cat: Who's the new tide in?
Lois: Well why don't you throw your usual forward pass and find out.
71: Lois: Something about you always made sense to me.
72: Lois: Let me get this straight. You're Superman and your highschool girlfriend can push you around?
73: Clark: And faster than a speeding bullet, you and I are gonna get married.
Lois: Can you make it any faster than that?
74: Jimmy: I had this dream, and then you took my hand and said, Jimmy, I can make a man of you.
75: Clark: Well, it's definitely not steroids.
Lois: Mechanical parts.
Clark: And little motors to drive them.
Lois: No wonder these guys are invincible, oh my god, Clark, I'm Mr Frankenstein's daughter!
76: Martha: Well, one thing's for sure. Nobody's gonna be looking at your face.
Martha: Well they don't call 'em tights for nothing.
77: Lois: I don't look at you like some moony eyed cheerleader and maybe you look at me differently too, I'm just good old Lois, get to me whenever.
78: Lois: There's a crisis. What is it? Bank robbery? Terrorist strike? Meteor headed for Earth?
Clark: Ribbon cutting.
79: Colonel Cash: I'll tell you what's going on. We got a wacko martian on out hands, and he's gotta be taken out!
Trey & Ching: Martian?
Colonel Cash: A generic term for anyone who has never had a Big Mac.
80: Lois: You took advantage of our privileged interview session to steal highly incriminating evidence from an unsuspecting suspect... Oh! I love that!
81: Dr. Klein: Look, im going to run every test I can. Then I want you to go home and relax, Soak in a tub and do nothing.
Superman: But I'm Superman.
Dr. Klein: So? You cant play a little golf?
82: Superman: Hi-ho, Dr Klein.
Superman: I'm here on a matter of urgent national security. A terrorist cell has become aware of Project K!
Klein: You know about Project K?
83: Lex: Life is a bowl of rubies. An extremely large bowl. I have no problems.
84: Lois: Cat Grant's bedroom has more comings and goings than metro station. You're just another commuter.
85: Clark: Look, somehow everyone thinks that we were hanging from chandeliers wearing black leather the other night.
Cat: Hmmm, well, we were interrupted.
86: Martha: Is it a dirt stain or an oil based stain?
Clark: I don't know mom, it's a bomb stain.
87: Jimmy: Great shades of Elvis.
Perry: You got that right.
88: Tempus: With this device I can implant subliminal messages into the feeble minds of the masses thereby controlling the collective will. That enough exposition for you or shall I go on?
89: Johnathan: Well nobody's perfect, son. How about a piece of pie?
90: Miss Martha: Wonder what those two want? They sure didn't ride all this way for the pretzels.
91: Martha: Personally I'd order from the Szechwan Palace. Now, the House of Hunan is great, but all this garlic just gives me gas.
Clark: Mom, I've got company here.
92: Clark: I'll keep my eyes peeled for that lunatic, a guy can never be too careful.
93: Lois: I've got one guy who's really wonderful, only he disappears everytime I try to talk to him, and one guy who's really exciting to be with, only he can't talk about his work. What do people talk about if they don't talk about what they did all day? And one guy who is out of this world....literally!
94: Lois: How many toddlers do you know that can lift a sofa with their pinky finger?
95: Patrick: A toast. To us.
Patrick: I'm sorry... You're Peobably seeing someone... Clark?
Lois: No... It's complicated.
Patrick: How complicated can it be? Either you're seeing him or you're not.
Lois:Well, at the moment...Not exactly.
Patrick: Splendid. He seems like a nice man, but he doesn't strike me as the romantic type. Did he sweep you off your feet?
Lois: A few times...
96: Larry Smiley: You of all people should see where I'm headed.
Perry: Yeah, a little quiet room with rubber on the walls.
97: Lois: Other women catch bouquets, I catch bombs.
Superman: That's what makes you so special.
98: Lex: And then the wolf said to Little Red Riding Hood, "Are you sure the policy is in your name?" Little Red Riding Hood said, "Well, yes...Grandma promised that when she passed away, I would inherit everything." And then the wolf said "Hmm...let's pay Grandma a visit." And so Little Red Riding Hood took off her hood and her cape, and she gave them to the wolf.
Superman: And the wolf went through the forest to grandmother's house and ate her! And then he and Red Riding Hood split the money.
99: Herkimer Johnson: Sure, your favourite Rufus gave you trinkets, but did he ever give you anything from the heart? ...I, I, I mean his heart, now, that TV-Newsman's pacemaker that doesn't count.
100: Lois: I know I'm high maintenance in the relationship department...Clark, you have a woman in your living room.
101: Sam: Princess?
Clark: Oh, boy.
Lois: Uh, Martha, were you trying to tell me something?
Martha: Your father's here.
102: Lois: Clark, don't touch anything, this is a crime scene!
Clark: It's my crime scene, Lois.
103: Lois: Alright, maybe, somewhere very incredibly deep inside me is some eensy-weensy, microcosmic - although highly unlikely - possibility that I feel some sort of unmotivated, completely unrealistic attraction to you.
104: Lois: You still think I'm crazy?
Clark: I think you're brilliant. But there is a fine line between brilliance and lunacy.
105: Lois: Lex wasn't quite himself last night.
Clark: Well that must have been a welcome change.
106: Tempus: One never knows when one's wife will drive a car off a cliff. Does one?
107: Perry: You and Kent. The experience of the battle-scarred veteran paired with the hunger of the exciting, fresh talent.
Lois: I am not that scarred, and he is not that exciting.
108: Lois: And let's get something straight, I did not work my buns off to become an investigative reporter for the Daily Planet just to baby-sit some hack from Nowheresville! And another thing, you are not working with me, you are working for me. I call the shots, I ask the questions. You are low man - I am top banana and that's the way I like it, comprende?
Clark: You like to be on top. Got it.
Lois: Don't push me Kent, you are way out of your league.
109: Lois: If we go back far enough, we're probably related.
Clark: Somehow I doubt that. I'm from Kansas, remember?
Lois: How could I forget?
110: Clark: Life is short, Lois, order what you want.
Lois: Life is long, Clark, and you are what you eat. Most of us, anyway.
111: Jefferson Cole: If you even think of breathing a word of this to anyone you'll be just another head on my wall.
Sheila: You have heads?
Jefferson Cole: I speak metaphorically.
112: Lois: She likes the same books as me. The same foods as me. And why are they always so eager to see us again? No-one is that eager to see us again.
Clark: That's why you're suspicious, honey, because somebody likes us?
113: Tempus: If only I lived in a dimension with no Superman. Oh wait, duh, I do!
114: Lois: For a spaceman, you are the most romantic person I've ever known. Earth guys don't stand a chance against you.
115: Clark: You're in my dreams like a touchdown pass, I can't help noticing you've got a great...
Lois: Give me that!
116: Lois: Where's the suit?
Clark: The suit? I don't have the suit. I left it at home. It's just you and me, Joe and Judy regular. Wanna neck?
117: Lois: Clark, have I lost something?
Clark: Your fashion sense.
Lois: My edge! When did this happen? Is it gone forever? You know, like socks that go into the dryer but they never come out.
118: Perry: Disposable love electronic romance. What would The King say?
119: Perry: I want an exclusive on this. I wanna find out what makes this man tick, what he stands for, and most of all, why is he such a darn nice guy.
120: Lois: Listen, let's get something straight. Clones eat frogs, not lizards. Frogs. Any idiot knows that.
121: Clark: Hi.
Lois: Oh, god this is exactly why we shouldn't go out!
Clark: All I said was hi.
Lois: Yes, I know, and a dozen thoughts went through my mind. You know, how's my makeup? Do I smell good? Do I have coffee breath? See, and all that was just with you saying hi, what's going to happen when you start saying words with more than one syllable?
122: Clark: That's not how you spell "aquifer."
Lois: Easy, Kent, you can be replaced. I was already starting to look.
123: Lois: You don't want to be partnered with a hypocritical reporter who talks a good game but backs off the minute things hit too close to home.
Clark: Yes, I do.
124: Superman: Are you all right?
Lois Lane: You seem to ask me that a lot lately.
Superman: People try to kill you a lot.
125: Clark: I shouldn't have lost my temper.
Lois: Well, you're entitled to. I lose mine once every...what?
Clark: Three, four minutes.
126: Clark: Lois, you're kind of babbling.
Lois: I know! See, I never babble.
Clark: Are you kidding? You're a brook.
127: Clark: When I decided to become Superman, I...
Lois: Became a target, so anyone close to you would be a target, and it just got more complicated when you realised you loved me...
Clark: Which was about two minutes after I met you.
Lois: Don't try and score points.
128: Lois: You know, I have a funny feeling that you didn't tell me your biggest secret.
Clark: Well, just to put your little mind at ease, Lois... You're right.
129: Lois: Well, I think we've finally found the absolute bottom of Metropolis.
Clark: Why is it that the guys who call in with tips always live in the worst part of town?
Lois: What do you think the brochure on this place would say? Exquisite alley view, complimentary roaches on your pillow?
130: Clark: It's the new glasses, isn't it? They just don't work as well as the old ones did.
131: Jimmy: Yeah, I'm fine, C.K. I seem to recall a woman, tall, and rubber gloves.
Perry: Uh, that's probably more information than we need to know, son.
132: Lois: I like your new glasses.
Lois: Did you ever think of getting contacts?
133: Clark: You know, when you think about it, the only time people ever really seem to express themselves is when they're passionate and that polite veneer of society drops off, like when they're fighting.
Lois: Or make love.
134: Clark: What would I want with Superman costumes?
135: Cat: Lois Lane in the Honeymoon Suite?
Jimmy: Stranger things have happened.
Cat: Name one.
136: Tempus: The Amish are not your friends. They are anti John Doe. Boycott their guilts, they're overpriced and the workmanship is shoddy anyway. Oh, and John Doe is a darn nice guy.
137: Lois: Concubine? I thought this was some great evolved civilization. I mean look at me. I'm on a leash.
Clark: Yeah, well look at the outfit they put me in.
Lois: Well, actually, I don't mind yours.
138: Jonathan: Well, uh, Clark, is there anything you'd like to tell us?
Clark: Not really, things are going pretty smoothly, assuming Lois keeps her end of the bargain and let's me have my turn in the bedroom tonight.
139: Clark: It drives you crazy not to be in on the secret. You always have to know everything about everything.
Lois: That is not true. I like being surprised, as long as I know about it in advance.
140: Clark: Well, you figured me out, I'm not Superman.
Lois: He's not Superman.
Clark: A passing resemblance maybe.
Lois: It's a thing he does at parties.
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