Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Season 4 Episode 3

Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 06, 1996 on ABC
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The "Wedding Destroyer" escapes from prison and Lois and Clark are her next targets! Meanwhile, sleazy tabloid reporter Leo Nunk is following Lois and Clark looking for a scoop. A man named "Mike" who seems strangely familiar to everyone keeps appearing in the strangest places, just when he's needed most.moreless

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    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

    Delta Burke

    Delta Burke

    Myrtle Beech, the Wedding Destroyer

    Guest Star

    Leann Hunley

    Leann Hunley

    Emily Channing

    Guest Star

    Charles Fleischer

    Charles Fleischer

    Dr. Voyle Grumman

    Guest Star

    Harve Presnell

    Harve Presnell

    Sam Lane

    Recurring Role

    Beverly Garland

    Beverly Garland

    Ellen Lane

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Myrtle: (when Nunk demands an exclusive after Myrtle stops the wedding) You realize, Mr Nunk, that this is no game. Lois and Clark humiliated me, took my freedom and sullied my good name. I am not planning a prank, I am planning revenge of operatic proportions!
        Nunk: Cool.

      • Voyle: He's lying.
        Myrtle: How do you know?
        Voyle: I don't - I just think everyone's lying.

      • Lois: We're sticking to the same time and the same date, only we don't want to endanger anybody else so it's just going to be Clark and me and Superman and -
        Johnathan: Now hold on, you two. If there's trouble, we're not running from it.
        Martha: We're your family; family doesn't run from trouble.
        Jimmy: And neither do friends. Right, Chief?
        Perry: That's right, Jimmy. (to Lois and Clark) You tell us where and when and we'll be there with Kevlar and rice.

      • Lois: Clark, you're my best friend. Until I met you I never had a best friend. And falling in love with you has been so easy, I don't know why I fought it so long. You have such gentle grace, and such quiet strength, and mostly, such incredible kindness. I've never known anyone with as pure a heart, and so today I give you my love, and my honor, and our life, together.

      • Clark: Lois, I have loved you from the moment that I saw you. I love your humor, your passion, and the way you just dive right in, even when you shouldn't. Because you refuse to just watch the world, you demand that it be a better place, and because of you, it is. And today I want to give you as much of the world as I can, so I give you my heart, my soul, our future.

      • Clark: (Hands Lois some water) You okay?
        Lois: Considering we just had our second wedding which failed to result in an actual marriage... I guess so.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This wedding coincided with DC Comic's wedding of the DC Universe Lois and Clark. The DC Superman Wedding Album was published in October of 1996. This was a deliberate event, DC postponed the comic book marriage so that they would occur simultaneously.

      • Leann Hunley also played "Tamara Jacobs" from the first season of Dawson's Creek, which, in 2003, aired alongside Lois and Clark on TBS Superstation.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Myrtle Beech:
        Myrtle Beech, "The Wedding Destroyer," is named after the South Carolina resort city of Myrtle Beach.

      • Myrtle: What's up, Doc?

        This is the catchphrase of Bugs Bunny, a cartoon rabbit character owned by Warner Bros. who became famous in The Looney Tunes Show animated television series. What's Up, Doc? is also the name of a Warner Bros. Pictures comedy film that incorporated several Bugs Bunny cartoons.

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