Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Season 2 Episode 12

The Eyes Have It

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 22, 1995 on ABC
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Two scientists make Superman blind with a beam of light shone into his eyes, now Lois needs to take care of him at her house, while everybody thinks that Clark is in the mountains with Mayson Drake.

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    Bill D'Elia

    Bill D'Elia

    The Superintendent Across the Hall (uncredited)

    Guest Star

    David Bowe

    David Bowe

    Dr. Harry Leit

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    Gerrit Graham

    Gerrit Graham

    Munch

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Clark: (reading research notes) The non-linear amplifier multiplies the input signal with obvious trigonomic results. Obvious to whom?
        Lois: The result would be amplified waves with frequencies equal to the sum and difference of the original frequencies.
        Clark: What?
        Lois: What did I just say?
        Clark: I have absolutely no idea.
        Lois: Did I just explain what you were talking about?

      • Perry: Sometimes I think my name is Perry But: 'Oh I tried, Perry, but...', 'I'm sorry, Perry, but...' 'Oh I wish, Perry, but...'.

      • Perry: Clark, I understand how you feel, son, but I want you to remember that women are people too.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Dr. Faraday's last name is a reference to Michael Faraday, an English physicist and chemist of the early 1800s whose work is fundamental to the understanding of electromagnetism, including the ultraviolet and infrared light discussed in this episode.

      • Perry: Technology and human nature sometimes are a volatile mix, aren't they?
        Jimmy: Like Frankenstein.

        Originally a novel written in 1818 by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein is a story that criticizes science (and man in general) for over-stepping its bounds and meddling in nature's ways of life and death.

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