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Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Season 3


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A biologist (Tony Curtis) plotting to kill the president stands between Lois and Clark and their pending marriage.

  • Genres:

    Action, Drama, Adventure

  • Network:

    ABC

  • Air Date:

    Feb 11, 1996

  • Written By:

    Chris Ruppenthal

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  1. Through the Time Barrier

    Professor Twiddle, an eccentric inventor, has contrived a time machine with which he transports himself and five others back 50,000 years to the caveman era in the Superman drama, "Through the Time Barrier." Making the trip with Twiddle are Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Editor Perry White and an important hoodlum named Turk. Arriving in a strange prehistoric land and befriended by cave dwellers, the Professor makes the awful discovery that he is unable to reverse the time machine's mechanism to return the group back to the 20th century. Even Clark Kent, who is compelled to transform himself to Superman to keep the gangster in line, is baffled. With all his great powers, Superman finds he is unable to crash the time barrier and aid his stranded companions. Only after the Professor determines that an element found in meteorites is needed to reverse the time machine is Superman able to help. The "Man of Steel" procures the necessary Caborium X and the Professor is able to reverse his time machine.

    Professor Twiddle, an eccentric inventor, has contrived a time machine with which he transports himself and five others back 50,000 years to the caveman era in the Superman drama, "Through the Time Barrier." Making the trip with Twiddle are Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Editor Perry White and an important hoodlum named Turk. Arriving in a strange prehistoric land and befriended by cave dwellers, the Professor makes the awful discovery that he is unable to reverse the time machine's mechanism to return the group back to the 20th century. Even Clark Kent, who is compelled to transform himself to Superman to keep the gangster in line, is baffled. With all his great powers, Superman finds he is unable to crash the time barrier and aid his stranded companions. Only after the Professor determines that an element found in meteorites is needed to reverse the time machine is Superman able to help. The "Man of Steel" procures the necessary Caborium X and the Professor is able to reverse his time machine.

  2. The Talking Clue

    Police Inspector Henderson's son, Ray, has an unusual hobby: collecting all sorts of noises and sounds on his tape recording machine. Ray's hobby sets off an exciting sequence of events in, "The Talking Clue." By accident young Ray's recorder picks up the sounds of Inspector Henderson's office safe being opened and two crooks, Muscles McGurk and Claude James, are able to use this sound recording to their advantage. The vault subsequently yields data which enable McGurk and James to disconnect burglar alarms and commit robberies undetected. When Ray becomes their unwitting dupe and accessory, it appears he has double crossed his father and sold out to the underworld. However, through clever use of the sound machine and some quick thinking by Clark Kent, Superman is able to locate the hideout and foil McGurk's scheme.

    Police Inspector Henderson's son, Ray, has an unusual hobby: collecting all sorts of noises and sounds on his tape recording machine. Ray's hobby sets off an exciting sequence of events in, "The Talking Clue." By accident young Ray's recorder picks up the sounds of Inspector Henderson's office safe being opened and two crooks, Muscles McGurk and Claude James, are able to use this sound recording to their advantage. The vault subsequently yields data which enable McGurk and James to disconnect burglar alarms and commit robberies undetected. When Ray becomes their unwitting dupe and accessory, it appears he has double crossed his father and sold out to the underworld. However, through clever use of the sound machine and some quick thinking by Clark Kent, Superman is able to locate the hideout and foil McGurk's scheme.

  3. The Lucky Cat

    "The Lucky Cat" involves the "Man of Steel" in an exciting drama which calls into play all his remarkable abilities: X ray vision, swift flight, and superhuman strength and agility. The doings of the Anti Superstition Society and the strange behavior of Mr. Botts, owner of an eerie, isolated, old house in which the club meets, attract the attention of Daily Planet reporters, who smell a story. When it becomes apparent that an attempt is being made to injure certain members of the Society who flaunt their con-tempt for commonly held superstitions, suspicion points to Mr. Botts. Superman saves members from injury when the house's underpinnings are sawed through and rescues Charlie King when his munitions factory is set afire. Although the police are stumped and inclined to blame Mr. Botts, Superman ingeniously traps Charlie King into confessing his guilt. The cat helps Superman prove his case.

    "The Lucky Cat" involves the "Man of Steel" in an exciting drama which calls into play all his remarkable abilities: X ray vision, swift flight, and superhuman strength and agility. The doings of the Anti Superstition Society and the strange behavior of Mr. Botts, owner of an eerie, isolated, old house in which the club meets, attract the attention of Daily Planet reporters, who smell a story. When it becomes apparent that an attempt is being made to injure certain members of the Society who flaunt their con-tempt for commonly held superstitions, suspicion points to Mr. Botts. Superman saves members from injury when the house's underpinnings are sawed through and rescues Charlie King when his munitions factory is set afire. Although the police are stumped and inclined to blame Mr. Botts, Superman ingeniously traps Charlie King into confessing his guilt. The cat helps Superman prove his case.

  4. Superman Week

    While everyone is making extensive plans to celebrate "Superman Week" it is discovered, at the climax of the thrilling half hour drama, that Sy Horton's mob has learned the secret of Kryptonite, the only element in the entire Universe that can deprive Superman of his powers. Jimmy Olsen, the youthful reporter on the Daily Planet, let the secret slip out while under the influence of a truth drug forced upon him by Horton and Horton's crooked companion, Matthew Tips. Worse, he also revealed the location of some of the metal, encased in lead pipe at the bottom of the bay. Luckily, Clark Kent, who is in reality Superman disguised as a mild mannered Daily Planet reporter, gets wind of Jimmy's alarming revelation and prepares to confound the gangsters. Superman substitutes a harmless metal, which he permits Horton and Tips to steal. After they believe Superman has been bested, he captures them in the act of breaking into a safety vault. Superman Week is a great success, though Lois Lane and Jimmy are nonplussed to discover Superman and Clark Kent both apparently appearing on the TV stage -- at the same time.

    While everyone is making extensive plans to celebrate "Superman Week" it is discovered, at the climax of the thrilling half hour drama, that Sy Horton's mob has learned the secret of Kryptonite, the only element in the entire Universe that can deprive Superman of his powers. Jimmy Olsen, the youthful reporter on the Daily Planet, let the secret slip out while under the influence of a truth drug forced upon him by Horton and Horton's crooked companion, Matthew Tips. Worse, he also revealed the location of some of the metal, encased in lead pipe at the bottom of the bay. Luckily, Clark Kent, who is in reality Superman disguised as a mild mannered Daily Planet reporter, gets wind of Jimmy's alarming revelation and prepares to confound the gangsters. Superman substitutes a harmless metal, which he permits Horton and Tips to steal. After they believe Superman has been bested, he captures them in the act of breaking into a safety vault. Superman Week is a great success, though Lois Lane and Jimmy are nonplussed to discover Superman and Clark Kent both apparently appearing on the TV stage -- at the same time.

  5. Great Caesar's Ghost

    It becomes apparent that Editor Perry White of the Metropolis Daily Planet is suffering from confusion and hallucinations on the eve of an important gangster trial in which he is the prosecution's key witness. This poses a problem that Superman is called on to settle in, "Great Caesar's Ghost." Superman is played by George Reeves and Editor White by John Hamilton. Also seen are Noel Neill as Lois Lane, Jack Larson as Jimmy Olsen and Robert Shayne as Police Inspector Henderson. The editor's office staff attributes White's strange behavior to overwork until he begins to hear unearthly voices. When he believes he has had a visit from Julius Caesar's ghost, Superman springs into action. Superman must first save his distraught chief from falling to his death from a plane in which he is flying home for a rest. Next the "Man of Steel" disguises himself as the ghost of the dead gangster leader about whose death Editor White is to testify. Superman has decided the way to beat a phony ghost, one which has been relying on bribed servants and recorded noises, is to use even more impressive sound recordings. Superman's ruse is completely successful--not only in routing the evildoers, but in restoring Editor White to complete mental health.

    It becomes apparent that Editor Perry White of the Metropolis Daily Planet is suffering from confusion and hallucinations on the eve of an important gangster trial in which he is the prosecution's key witness. This poses a problem that Superman is called on to settle in, "Great Caesar's Ghost." Superman is played by George Reeves and Editor White by John Hamilton. Also seen are Noel Neill as Lois Lane, Jack Larson as Jimmy Olsen and Robert Shayne as Police Inspector Henderson. The editor's office staff attributes White's strange behavior to overwork until he begins to hear unearthly voices. When he believes he has had a visit from Julius Caesar's ghost, Superman springs into action. Superman must first save his distraught chief from falling to his death from a plane in which he is flying home for a rest. Next the "Man of Steel" disguises himself as the ghost of the dead gangster leader about whose death Editor White is to testify. Superman has decided the way to beat a phony ghost, one which has been relying on bribed servants and recorded noises, is to use even more impressive sound recordings. Superman's ruse is completely successful--not only in routing the evildoers, but in restoring Editor White to complete mental health.

  6. Test of a Warrior

    Superman helps an aging Indian chief pass a tribal ritual of strength and courage.

    Superman helps an aging Indian chief pass a tribal ritual of strength and courage.

  7. Olsen's Millions

    Criminals try to take the million dollars that was given to Jimmy by an old woman after Superman saved her cat.

    Criminals try to take the million dollars that was given to Jimmy by an old woman after Superman saved her cat.

  8. Clark Kent, Outlaw

    Clark goes undercover as a criminal to bring a wanted outlaw out of hiding.

    Clark goes undercover as a criminal to bring a wanted outlaw out of hiding.

  9. The Magic Necklace

    An ancient necklace which allegedly protects the wearer from all harm interests a crime boss.

    An ancient necklace which allegedly protects the wearer from all harm interests a crime boss.

  10. The Bully of Dry Gulch

    In a small western town, Jimmy is thrown into jail and a town bully shows a romantic interest in Lois.

    In a small western town, Jimmy is thrown into jail and a town bully shows a romantic interest in Lois.

  11. Flight to the North

    A man named Sylvester J. Superman answers a woman's ad to deliver a pie to her fiancé working in Alaska.

    A man named Sylvester J. Superman answers a woman's ad to deliver a pie to her fiancé working in Alaska.

  12. The 7 Souvenirs

    A criminal genius plans to trick Superman into using his x-ray vision to turn a pair of daggers into pure radium.

    A criminal genius plans to trick Superman into using his x-ray vision to turn a pair of daggers into pure radium.

  13. King for a Day

    Jimmy goes undercover as a European prince to stop an assassination attempt.

    Jimmy goes undercover as a European prince to stop an assassination attempt.

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Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (season 3)

Season of television series

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes22
Original networkABC
Original releaseSeptember 17, 1995 (1995-09-17) –
May 12, 1996 (1996-05-12)

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The third season of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman originally aired between September 17, 1995 and May 12, 1996, beginning with "We Have a Lot to Talk About".

The series loosely follows the comic philosophy of writer John Byrne, with Clark Kent as the true personality, and Superman as a secondary disguise. As the show's title suggests, it focuses as much on the relationship between Clark Kent and Lois Lane as on the adventures of Clark's alter-ego.[1] The central characters in season 3 are Dean Cain as Clark Kent/Superman, Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane, Lane Smith as Perry White, Eddie Jones as Jonathan Kent, K Callan as Martha Kent, and Justin Whalin as Jimmy Olsen.

Season three would go on to be the most successful season of Lois & Clark in its run. The show averaged more than 18 million viewers per episode, and ranked 44th for the season. In the premiere episode, Lois revealed that she had recently learned Clark's secret identity. Only later in the seventh episode of the season, "Ultra Woman", did Lois finally accept Clark's proposal. The long-anticipated wedding was put off to coincide with the characters' marriage in the comics, which led to many storylines designed to delay and interrupt the wedding on the TV series.

Another controversy erupted when ABC announced that the wedding would actually take place Valentine's Day weekend, even sending out heart-shaped "wedding invitations" to ABC News staff, only to present viewers with a bogus wedding, in which Clark unwittingly married a clone of Lois who was developed by a mad scientist whose creations are required to ingest frogs periodically as nourishment. This started a special five-part story, with Lois being kidnapped by Lex Luthor who had put the clone in her place. And later with Lois suffering amnesia after a sharp hit on the head and needing to regain her memory.

The wedding of Lois and Clark was scheduled and prepared by DC's Superman comics team for release during what would have worked out to be the third season of Lois and Clark. The ongoing Superman comics are not affiliated with television or movies and move in their own direction at their own pace. When the comic book wedding became known to the producers of the Lois and Clark television series, they asked the DC Comics team to postpone the wedding issue as they were planning to marry Lois and Clark in their fourth season and it would help them if the comic book wedding were to coincide with their television program. The DC comics team agreed to postpone their wedding issue.

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman episodes

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