put them back onBy on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 1:34 PM PDT
i really loved this show i watched every episode from start to finish and i enjoyed how the writers focused on the adventures of bothe lois and clark. clark wwas trying despretly to reveal his true identity to lois when he knew he was in love with her . the anticipation of wheather or not they would linally get married was a big thrill to me because i really like those tye of things incorperated into comic book characters.there was a bit of humor to remind us that in all seriosnus there can be some fun involed. i loved the way how the writers taught people a lesson of courage and honor even if you didnt have superpowers. Lois lane was protrayed as a go getter reporter who didnt take no for an answer and she showed hard to get by clark. The shy image of clark as a reporter and how humble he was, was the best protrayal since cristopher reeves in the movies. Although cris reeves was good i still think dean cain was better and he wore the cape like he was truly superman. Despite the curse beleived to be on the character due to the fact of what happened to the previos actors i think cain played the part very well. as far as perry white is concerned i loved how the writers also made him an elvis fan and put a realistic twist on the show. i hope that they will eventully maybe do a reunion show to let us know how their marriage is doing.
About The Show
Newspaper reporters Lois Lane and Clark Kent, under the watchful eye of managing editor Perry White and aided by aspiring photographer Jimmy Olsen, cover the fast-breaking stories of Metropolis. The city is protected from villainy by its adoptive guardian, Superman, who is in fact Clark Kent, and with whom Lois is hopelessly in love.
Newspaper reporters Lois Lane and Clark Kent, under the watchful eye of managing editor Perry White and aided by aspiring photographer Jimmy Olsen, cover the fast-breaking stories of Metropolis. The city is …