Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Season 4 Episode 18

Shadow Of A Doubt (2)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 19, 1997 on ABC
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In the second part of this arc, we learn that Leslie Luckabee and a mysterious underground troll-like villian are planning to recreate Lex Luthor's empire. Meanwhile, Superman must stop a mysterious shadow-like killer who can slip under doors and seems unstoppable.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Patrick Cassidy

    Patrick Cassidy

    Leslie Luckabee

    Guest Star

    John Shea

    John Shea

    the voice of Lex Luthor

    Guest Star

    Keith Brunsmann

    Keith Brunsmann

    the Troll/Mr. Smith

    Guest Star

    Kenneth Kimmins

    Kenneth Kimmins

    Dr. Bernard Klein

    Recurring Role

    Ben L. McCain

    Ben L. McCain

    Newscaster

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Goof: In the beginning, before the credits, as Lois and Clark are talking to Dr. Martinelli on speakerphone, as the camera pans out you can clearly see the phone isn't plugged in. The phone jack plug is empty.

      • During this episode you can see that Teri Hatcher has a cold sore on her upper right lip. This might be the only episode after the beginning of Season 3 where Lois and Clark do not actually kiss on the mouth to prevent Dean Cain from contracting the virus.

      • Goof: When Lois holds up the black nightie you can see a man in a green shirt reflected in the mirror behind her.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Leslie Luckabee: If you listen closely, you can hear Lex laughing from his grave.
        Troll: If you listen closer...you can actually hear him speaking

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • In the previous episode, "Mr. Smith" states his love for the opera composer, Puccini. In each of the three episodes of this arc, we hear part of an aria from one of Puccini's operas in Mr. Smith's underground lair. In this episode, the music is "Vissi d'arte" from Puccini's "Tosca." The beauty of the music contrasts starkly with the ugliness of the surroundings, as well as the ugliness of Mr. Smith's soul.

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