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Uploaded on November 30, 2016
Cat has a final conversation before leaving Metropolis.
Changing Perspectives -
A brief look at the evolution of Lois's relationship with Clark, as told from Lois' POV.
The End of an Era -
Lex Luthor has been sentenced to be executed for his many and various crimes. What might his last thoughts be?
Ides of Metropolis: Matchmaker Style -
Seventh in the Matchmaker Style series. Lois is convinced that Eugene Laderman is innocent of the murder of which he was just convicted. While trying to prove his innocence, Lois and Clark have to save the fledgling internet.
Mission on Fifth Street -
What happened when Clark showed up at the Fifth Street Mission in the episode "All Shook Up"? Who really recognized him at the Mission? Does his secret remain safe when he doesn't remember he has a secret to keep?
Muddying the Waters -
Perry White will never know just how close he was to the scoop of the century.
A Musical Revelation -
Just how does a dream and an off-key tune add up to Clark Kent being Superman?
The Rival -- Matchmaker Style -
This is the ninth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Lois finds herself having to work with her old college roommate and best friend, Linda King. She doesn't have to worry about Clark because they tell Linda about their marriage; however, Linda thinks that Superman is fair game.
Vatman -- Matchmaker Style -
This is the tenth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Luthor clones Superman, but Lois can easily tell the difference between her husband and the imposter.
A Week in Paris -
Seven months after the events in the episode "The Phoenix," Clark is living a nomadic existence in Europe as a foreign correspondent. But when the world's art treasures start disappearing, Clark must deal with the circumstances that drove him from Metropolis.
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