Fanfic from 1996
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Uploaded on 12/24/1996
All I Want for Christmas Is You
Lois wishes Clark would give her his undivided attention on Christmas Eve.
Bad Guys Are After Clark
Lex Luthor stalks Lois and Clark.
Lois and Clark spend a romantic Christmas Eve alone in their apartment.
A Christmas to Remember
Lois prepares to deliver her baby.
The Day Superman Died ...
Soon after Clark gives her the "flying signal" and darts out of the newsroom, Lois hears that Superman has been shot in the heart with a kryptonite bullet at Hobb's Bay. A complex story involving mob bosses, Mindy Church and star-crossed lovers.
A short scenario in which a mysterious villain deduces the secret identity of Superman.
A poem based on the episode "Dead Lois Walking," in which Superman busts Lois out of jail.
Krypton Plus Earth Makes Three
About a month after the honeymoon, Lois begins to suffer from morning sickness.
The Perfect Gift
As a newly married couple with a new mortgage and countless unforeseen expenses, Lois and Clark have put themselves on a tight budget. But the holidays are coming, and each wants to buy the other a *perfect* Christmas present ...
Lois and Clark spend Thanksgiving in Smallville.
Two of a Kind
Lex Luthor teams up with Bruce Wayne, forming a new charity organization to cure the world's ills. But plans falter when Luthor Industries comes under attack, and suspicion is cast upon ... Bruce Wayne. A "first-season" story in script form in which Superman and Batman finally meet cape to cape.
Uploaded on 11/16/1996
A charity auction and a visit from the Waynes of Gotham City prove only slight distractions for Lois and Clark as each tries to find the perfect gift for their paper anniversary.
I'll Second That
Lex Luthor plots to kill Superman with a secret weapon, "Wanda Detroit" sings the blues at a dockside pub, and Punkin Kent finds a friend in Superman. A continuation of the fanfic "Seconds Helping," the full title is "I'll Second That, or, Forget Me -- Please!" This is the fourth of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part arc.
The Long, Dazed Journey From the Night
During his showdown with Lex Luthor, Clark receives unexpected help from ... Superman? Help is on the way for Lois, but it may be too late for Punkin Kent. A continuation of the fanfic "I'll Second That," the full title is "The Long, Dazed Journey From the Night, or, Thanks for the Memories." This is the last of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part arc.
Lois escapes from Lex but manages to elude Clark as well, thanks to an amnesia-inducing bump on the head and help from a kindly truck driver named Red Dixon. A continuation of the fanfic "Double Entendre -- An Alternate View: The Non-Wedding Arc, Part II." This is the third of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part arc.
Uploaded on 11/14/1996
Dawning 12: Intermezzo
Clark helps Lois solve the mystery of her missing furniture.
A FoLC's Revenge
A short crossover between Lois & Clark and "The Lion King."
A Hero's Journey
Ching and the Lady Zara return to earth with the body of Lord Kal-El.
Just One More Word
The events in the episode "And the Answer Is ..." summarized in rhyme.
That Chocolate Feeling
Maternal feelings sprout in Lois when she and Clark are charged with the care of a baby. Will temporary parenthood keep them from getting the scoop on a city gone insane? And will Lois forgive Clark for challenging her to swear off chocolate during the same week Metropolitan Candies announces the biggest chocolate giveaway ever?
Uploaded on 11/12/1996
Calling a Spade, a Spade ...
Hernandez, Glenda M. & Lerebours, K.
Cassandra Hathaway, with full magical powers restored, attempts to use Lois to make Clark do her bidding. A sequel to "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best ... Medicine."
A Clark Within Her Heart
Zara and Ching return to Earth with bad news for Lois. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Diamonds Are a Girl's Best ... Medicine
Hernandez, Glenda M.
Cassandra Hathaway, a woman who committed many dark deeds in her obsession for Clark, is back. She seems to have reformed, but Lois isn't so sure. A sequel to the fanfic "Queens of Hearts."
Diary of a Superman Groupie: The Awful Triangle
Hernandez, Glenda M.
The further adventures of Tracy Dexter, a young woman who's super-smitten with Superman. She's back in Metropolis with her dad's credit card in hand and tons of man trouble on her mind. A continuation of the fanfic "Diary of a Superman Groupie."
I Got You Babe
Tempus escapes from jail with another time-traveling plan to destroy Lois and Clark. A round-robin story composed in the IRC undernet #fanfic channel by Twinkles, Tee, Bullsrule and Fishstic.
I'm Going to Go Back There Someday
On New Krypton, Zara devises a way for Clark to communicate with Lois -- by entering her dreams. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
A Lois & Clark Story
Lois and Clark's stakeout session quickly escalates into a makeout session.
Ordinary People: Part 2
What would have happened that night Lois and Clark were stranded on Spencer Spencer's island if the bad guys had never showed up? Here's a little continuation of the episode "Ordinary People." Hint: steamy story.
Clark is transported to a parallel universe in which the baby who rocketed from Krypton grew up to be ... Lex Luthor.
Lois and Clark's marriage seems headed down a rocky path, but a woman with a knack for helping relationships gives Lois a new perspective.
Uploaded on 11/11/1996
After the Battle
A few in-between scenes from the episode "Battlefield Earth." Clark recovers from kryptonite poisoning, and Lois confronts the Army Colonel who was willing to kill Superman if it brought down Lord Nor.
Perry decides rest and relaxation are in order for his new star reporting team of Lane and Kent, and a day at the beach is their assignment (complicated by a sand-kicking bully). A first-season vignette.
One lazy weekend, Clark discovers Lois has little tolerance for insects.
A Flash in the Pan
A madman who knows Clark's secret threatens to blow up Metropolis unless Superman leaves Earth forever. After the man in blue bows out, the man in red -- the Flash -- rushes in. Lois finds Metropolis' latest superhero more than a little obnoxious, but teaming up with him may be her only hope of seeing Clark again.
Clark is called into the future to mediate a super-squabble among his feuding descendants.
I Would Never Let You Down
Imprisoned on New Krypton for treason charges brought by Lord Nor, Clark attempts to communicate with Lois telepathically. Not only does he desperately miss her -- he needs her help. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
I'm Really Sane ... I Swear!
A further chapter in the life of an obsessed, reality-challenged FoLC, whose self-control is tested by classmates she considers unworthy to wear the S shield. An account that picks up from "Losing a Grip on Reality: The Effects of LCWS on the Mind of a FoLC." :-)
A story that takes place the night before the events of the episode "And the Answer Is." It was written to answer the author's question of why Clark picked that morning, before breakfast, to try to tell Lois he's Superman.
No More Cloning Around
Olga & Jo
An alien mad scientist, jealous of Kal-El, replaces Clark and the Daily Planet staff with clones.
Send in the Clones
While interviewing Lou Thore, a man whose startup computer company rocketed him to riches, Lois is struck with a sense of deja vu.
Uploaded on 10/15/1996
Argument in Time
H.G. Wells gets in the middle of an argument between Lois and Clark.
A Perfect World
Lois seeks solace in Smallville after Clark's departure. And in the "Fortress of Solitude," she finds that Clark's globe gives her a window across the galaxy -- all the way to New Krypton. A story that takes place after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 10/09/1996
After Clark is called away on a family emergency (and coincidentally, after Superman leaves for New Krypton), a long-lost relative turns up at the Daily Planet.
Head Over Feet, the L&C Remix
Alanis Morissette's "Head Over Feet," rewritten with a Lois & Clark slant.
Assigned to investigate allegations of thievery on the set of "Dr. Seymour, Medicine Lady," Lois and Clark find it more interesting to probe each other.
Uploaded on 10/03/1996
Assignment -- Gotham City
Perry White sends the Daily Planet's own dynamic duo on an assignment to Gotham City to interview a reclusive billionaire.
After Clark leaves for New Krypton, Lois tries to be strong, but finds instead that she's living the words to the Tony Rich Project song "Nobody Knows."
Out of Control
Clark surprises his fiancee with a roller-blading date.
The moment Lois has been dreading -- when her son realizes he has more sets of grandparents than all his other friends do -- finally arrives, but her husband handles the explanations well.
Uploaded on 10/01/1996
An official FoLC song for fanfic writers, sung to the tune of the world's first heavy metal song -- "Paperback Writer," by the Beatles.
They both want to wait up for Clark, but it's late, and Lois Lane Kent finds she must use all her skills in negotiation and misdirection to get her young daughter, Marta (who is just as talented in these areas), ready for bed. A charming "FoLC lullaby."
Lois and Clark honeymoon in Paris.
The diary account of a girl who runs into Superman at the park, asks him some precocious questions, happens to bump into Clark Kent ... and makes an interesting comparison. Just goes to show, as one of this story's subtitles states, "13-year-olds are not as galactically stupid as some may think."
Clark is back from outer space and, with a sad look upon his face, sees just how Lois has been surviving without him. :-)
Uploaded on 09/14/1996
But I'm Stronger
Browsing through photo albums of each other, Lois and Clark reminisce about childhood experiences.
Lois plays Cupid for her friend Lizi, who wants to date Superman. (After all, she gave up the superhero for the farmboy, so why be stingy?) Lois arranges for them to double date with her and ... Clark. Oops.
Three's a Crowd
Lucy Lane crashes at Lois and Clark's place for a while, and it doesn't take long before her brother-in-law is ready to climb the walls. Very funny story!
Uploaded on 09/13/1996
Two, Each Their Own
A sequel to the episode "Tempus, Anyone?" that addresses the problem of the alternate Lois. The alternate Clark goes back in time to 1993 in the Congo, finding his rescue plans complicated by Tempus and several other time travelers.
Uploaded on 08/15/1996
Angel of the Morning
A few hours after their anniversary dinner, Lois goes into labor and faces complications.
My Three Sons
Superman can't resist a call for help -- especially when it's the desperate call of a child ... who claims to be the son of Clark and Lois Kent.
Superman vs. the Pragmatist
Superman has his hands full when an ultra-practical accountant, who tires of his dreary life, one day decides to turn evil.
Their Love Is Joined by Two Others
Lois and Clark try to find the perfect apartment before the baby arrives.
They Really Are in Love!!!
Clark and Lois have an argument over Dan Scardino.
What Dreams May Come
Tired of hiding her grief and making excuses about Clark's absence, Lois seeks refuge in Smallville. But dreams of Clark continue to haunt her. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 08/14/1996
Wish you could have seen that date promised at the end of the episode "Individual Responsibility," when Clark promises Lois he'll be there at 7:00, and 7:01, and 7:02 ... ? Here is what it might have been like -- a night out on the town as could only happen to Lois and Clark.
Clark has gone to fight the good fight on New Krypton, but he left Lois with a little something to remember him by ... and a lot to think about. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
The Dance of a Lifetime
While out on the town to celebrate nailing a "Kerth-caliber" story, Lois pulls Clark into a plot to reunite Alice White with Perry.
A Day (Morning) in the Life of the Kents
A WAFFy morning with the Kent family as Lois prepares to go to work.
Clark's request for a picture of Lois gives her a hint of his feelings for her. A pre-relationship, "first season" story.
Intergang holds Clark's cousin Sam hostage, along with Jimmy, in an attempt to keep Superman from foiling a jewel heist. A sequel to the fanfic "Here's Looking at You, Lois and Clark."
The Power of Love
Clark's thoughts are never far from Lois as he travels to New Krypton and battles Lord Nor. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Scents & Sensibility
An evil genius plots to control people's minds with an airborne formula -- and he plans to use kryptonite to take Superman out of the picture.
Very pregnant, but unwilling to settle for "safe," second-rate story assignments, Lois bargains with Clark for just one more "hot" story before taking a leave of absence. Neither guesses it will bring them face to face with their deadliest enemy. A sequel to the fanfic "For Better or Worse."
Lois and Clark head to Scotland to solve the mystery of the poisoned whisky. While they're there, they manage to sample Scotland's finest malts, play golf at St. Andrews, indulge in chocolate Flakes ... and perhaps even satisfy a certain kilt fantasy. :-)
Uploaded on 08/13/1996
A FOLC Thing
Why do FoLCs do the things they do? As this poem explains, "it's a FoLC thing."
For Better or Worse
When Jonathan Kent falls into a coma, his family camps out at his bedside.
A weary, battle-scarred Clark returns from New Krypton with a heavy heart and some shattering news for Lois. A story that picks up from the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 08/09/1996
The Abuse of Power
Superman finds himself powerless at the hands of a "villain" he can never defeat.
A Purebred Superhero
Martha and Jonathan Kent never expected to find a space pod in a field -- and they certainly didn't expect what popped out of it. An amusing takeoff on the Superman legend.
An alternate ending to the episode "Barbarians at the Planet," picking up at the point where Clark confesses his love for Lois in hopes of dissuading her from marrying Lex Luthor.
Uploaded on 08/08/1996
The Eyes Show It All
Looking back from the perspective of many years of marriage, Clark reflects on Lois' life.
Now that Clark has returned from New Krypton, his biggest problem is to explain his "disappearance." A sequel to the fanfic "The Return."
On New Krypton, Kal-El is arrested as a traitor when he refuses to marry Zara and affirms his intention to marry the earthling, Lois Lane.
Uploaded on 08/02/1996
Clark knows he is married to the clone but has to pretend all is well in order to not spook Lex Luthor, who has kidnapped the real Lois. A sequel to the fanfic "I'll Knot Pronounce You ...," the full title is "Double Entendre - An Alternate View: The Non-Wedding Arc, Part II." This is the second of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part arc.
Uploaded on 08/01/1996
A Mother's Love
A what-if story in which Jor-El builds two spaceships: one for Kal-El and one for another baby.
We Seek the Comfort of Another
A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 07/31/1996
Big Girls Do Fly
A short vignette that picks up at the end of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Will Clark return from New Krypton, and when?
Losing a Grip on Reality: The Effects of ...
A humorous "personal account" of a FoLC for whom the world of Lois & Clark is a little too real. The full title is "Losing a Grip on Reality: The Effects of LCWS on the Mind of a FoLC."
Uploaded on 07/30/1996
Dawning 11: Extraordinary People
Clark reflects on his past and fate, which sent him to Metropolis and put him squarely in the path of Lois Lane.
Don't Dream It's Over
Lois waits, mourning the loss of Clark to New Krypton. A sequel to the fanfic "Dust in the Wind," and Part 2 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain."
Dust in the Wind
A story, written in first person from Lois' point of view, that picks up after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Part 1 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain." (The sequel is "Don't Dream It's Over.")
Uploaded on 07/16/1996
A Friend in Need
A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly" that picks up with Superman's press conference, where Perry suddenly makes the connection between Clark and Superman.
Uploaded on 07/15/1996
Diary of a Superman Groupie
Hernandez, Glenda M.
The personal account of a young woman who, after seeing Superman interviewed on TV, falls head over heels in love with the superhero. She travels to Metropolis and lands a job as a gopher for the Daily Planet. Funny story!
Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow
An intro for the episode "Contact" that shows Lois getting her hair cut, then stressing out over what Clark's reaction will be as she races to meet him at the airport.
Lois and Clark discuss the ARGH (er, the arc of episodes beginning with "I Now Pronounce You"), incredulous at their behavior.
Uploaded on 07/12/1996
A story that picks up slightly before where the episode "Forget Me Not" leaves off, veering off into an altogether more pleasant direction. Lois has her memory back, she and Clark are desperate to be married, and Martha in Smallville has a plan.
For You, For Me, Forevermore
A post-"Big Girls Don't Fly" piece inspired by the "How should Clark return?" thread on the listserv.
Truth, Justice, and the Kryptonian Way
A story that picks up at the end of "Big Girls Don't Fly" with Clark, Zara and Ching heading toward New Krypton. As the ship hurtles through space at several times the speed of light, Clark tends to his lessons -- especially those important dueling lessons.
Uploaded on 07/11/1996
Queens of Hearts
Hernandez, Glenda M.
An old acquaintance of Clark's has transformed herself into a woman of extravagant wealth and hypnotic power. She comes to Metropolis with revenge on her mind.
A what-if story that has Kal-El landing in a remote jungle of South America, where he is discovered by a tribe descended from the Incas.
Uploaded on 07/08/1996
The Day Everything Changed
Soon after Clark fixes his wife a sumptuous gourmet dinner, she takes ill with stomach pains. Surely it wasn't the chicken cordon bleu?
Telling All the Friends
A continuation of the story "A Little Kent in Their Future." Lois and Clark decide to forego using a doctor for prenatal care and instead settle on their favorite midwife -- Martha.
Uploaded on 07/02/1996
When her family is kidnapped, Meghan Avery -- a friend from Clark's past -- comes to the Daily Planet for the special kind of help only Clark can provide. And Meghan is rather special herself.
Uploaded on 06/26/1996
Jimmy Figures It Out
While Lois is away on a story, Jimmy and Clark get together to watch a football game -- and then Jimmy starts pumping Clark for information on his hero, Superman.
Very Patient Superman
A story in which Lois and Clark are taking the time to actually date, Lois doesn't know THE secret, and the happy couple -- finding themselves in a rut -- try to figure a way out of it.
Uploaded on 06/25/1996
Lois discovers she's pregnant, but there are complications. Clark despairs of them ever having children, and he starts to feel the weight of a world resting on his shoulders.
Uploaded on 06/24/1996
A Shot in the Dark
Lois and Clark have been married for a few months, but marriage certainly hasn't cooled the passion between them. As they discuss their plans for a weekend together, a shocking interruption occurs that will change their lives forever, and it takes all the love and determination and creativity they possess (as well as some helpful suggestions from their mothers) to put their lives back together. Be warned: The story starts with a serious WHAM, and the resolution of the A plot contains a little bit of violence (a very little bit).
Uploaded on 06/21/1996
You Were My Strength
A story of the despair that grips Lois, who's left behind after Clark flies off to New Krypton in the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 06/20/1996
An Alternate Idea
A vignette that picks up in the alternate universe of "Tempus, Anyone?" in which a lonely Clark meets up with that dimension's Mayson Drake.
Death Is No Laughing Matter
When tragedy strikes in Gotham City, Clark finds himself consumed with thoughts of revenge. He turns to the Batman for help in tracking down a killer.
Uploaded on 06/19/1996
The Clark Came Back
Picking up after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly," Lois is depressed at the thought of never seeing Clark again.
Home Is Where My Lois Is
A story that takes place just after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Lois is staying at the Kents' in Smallville when she receives a message from Clark.
Uploaded on 06/18/1996
A story about Lois and Clark's twilight years.
Under the Sea
When Lois asks Clark about an unusual object she finds on his bookshelf, he spins the story of where he found it: under the sea, in the city of New Atlantis -- where it was given to him by a mermaid. This humorous story was written in response to Debby Stark's "fiction idea" challenge.
Uploaded on 06/14/1996
If the Earth Opened Up ...
A few missing scenes from the episode "And the Answer Is" in which Lois speculates that Clark and Superman are one and the same but tries to prove herself wrong.
A month after the Presidential inauguration, the Kent family members struggle to adjust to their new roles. And Clark finds himself under scrutiny by a Secret Service agent who's also a Superman fan. A continuation of the fanfic "All the President's Men."
Uploaded on 06/12/1996
Because You Loved Me
Vignettes of Lois and Clark in later life, set against Celine Dion's song "Because You Loved Me."
A poem about Lois & Clark's friendship.
Forget Me Not, Redux
A rewrite of the episode "Forget Me Not" in which Dr. Deter and the clinic are appropriately out of the picture. Lois, still without her memory of Clark, but inexorably attracted to him, asks to stay at his apartment during her recovery.
Uploaded on 06/04/1996
This Means War ...
A humorous story in which Lois loses at Trivial Pursuit, Clark sings the Flintstones theme song, and pranks are the order of the day at the Daily Planet (with Kyle Griffin nowhere in sight :-).
Uploaded on 06/03/1996
The Long Road
Clark gains perspective on life, relationships and himself as he makes his way around the globe, writing travel pieces for the Smallville Post. Clark meets interesting people and manages to stumble into adventure -- but always at the back of his mind is that puzzling break-up with Lana Lang.
Uploaded on 05/30/1996
Lois and Clark investigate a murder involving a very unlikely killer. The engaged couple also embark on some "firsts."
Uploaded on 05/29/1996
Will You Be There?
Lois comes to terms with nightmares and fears during a weekend trip to the Grand Canyon.
Uploaded on 05/23/1996
Timeout in Smallville
After that second bump on the head, Lois' memory is almost back, but she still doesn't remember who Clark is. Clark, emotionally drained, spends some down time in Smallville in a scenario that picks up after the episode "Seconds."
Uploaded on 05/22/1996
A Little Kent in Their Future
Clark uses his "vision gizmo" on Lois to discover that, yes, a little Kent is on the way. They can't wait to tell Perry and the Kents the good news.
Uploaded on 05/21/1996
A week before their wedding, Clark begins to suffer feelings of inadequacy.
Uploaded on 05/13/1996
The End of the Planet?
The Daily Planet's investors are threatening to pull out. Lois and Clark, along with the rest of the Planet staff, have one week to strut their best stuff in order to save their jobs.
A Slide Into Heroism
Johnston, Scott E.
A Sliders-Lois & Clark crossover in which a maddened Quinn Mallory seeks to destroy Superman.
Uploaded on 05/02/1996
A Day in the Life ...
Besotted with Lois, Jimmy goes out in search of a story to prove his worth -- but winds up crossing paths with a criminal instead.
A poem about fans' obsession with L&C and dealing with LCWS.
Uploaded on 04/27/1996
I'll Knot Pronounce You ...
A rewrite of the "I Now Pronounce You ..." wedding scene, and the reception, with a much less clueless Clark. This is the first of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part "non-wedding" arc.
Remember Now What We Forgot
Lois has regained her memory but finds she needs time to sort through the kaleidoscope of emotions that bombard her. Continuity-wise, this story takes place after the episode "Oedipus Wrecks."
Uploaded on 04/24/1996
Aliens and Strangers
A story tracking the life of Laney Kent (the only one of the Kent brood lacking in superpowers) from adolescence to maturity. This story explores what Lois and Clark's kids might be like, and also sets about reconciling the issue of Clark's alienness with Judao-Christian religion.
Uploaded on 04/23/1996
I Now Pronounce You Husband and Wife
Lerebours, Ketsia J.
It's Lois and Clark's wedding day, and there's nary a villain in sight.
The Next Generation
Tempus kidnaps Lois and Clark's future children, bringing them back 15 years to the present. The kids escape, seeking out the younger versions of their parents for help.
Uploaded on 04/22/1996
Adkins, Jennifer L.
A continuation of the episode "Oedipus Wrecks," in which Lois and Clark discuss issues raised in the arc that began with "I Now Pronounce You."
Adkins, Jennifer L.
What if Clark were already married to Lois (but experiencing "technical difficulties") when the New Kryptonians came to fetch him? A story based loosely on spoilers for the episodes "Through a Glass Darkly" and "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Clark Kent has his own way of doing just about everything. And as his wife discovers, that even includes a unique way of stealing the covers.
Uploaded on 04/18/1996
Nihart, Miriam Amos
It's Lois and Clark's wedding day -- the second time around. All parties involved hope it goes off without a hitch this time.
A poem about the insanity FoLCs suffer while waiting for new episodes to air.
Teh Wedding Day
Lois prepares for her wedding, with Martha and Ellen to help. And over in Clark's apartment, Jonathan tries to ease his son's fears about the upcoming wedding night. (The misspelling, "Teh," in the title is deliberate -- a tribute to all of the author's IRC friends. :-)
Also from 1996
These stories were written in 1996 before we started noting publication dates on the archive.
Dawning 10: Daybreak 2
As Lois prepares to move in next door to Clark, they discuss marriage and the fact that he is Superman. On a visit to Smallville, Lois gets to meet some of Clark's childhood friends.
If You Can't Stand the Heat
Lois and Clark find some "fun" ways to cool off on a hot summer day.
Lois, Clark and Jimmy are caught by the group of Intergang counterfeiters they're investigating. To save them, Clark runs the risk of revealing his secret to Jimmy.
Two of a Kind
Knutson, Jon B.
Central City converges on Metropolis -- at least, three of its more well-known citizens do: Barry Allen (aka the Flash); his scientist wife, Tina; and James Jesse, also known as the villainous Trickster. Double trouble ensues as the Trickster teams up with the Prankster, Superman learns he may not be the fastest man alive after all, and old friends Tina and Lois discover they have a lot in common.
You Didn't Notice
Lois and Clark are looking over the RSVPs to their wedding invitations when they come across surprising responses from Jack, Lucy and Jimmy Olsen.
Our Best Guesses
Stories below this point we assume were written in 1996, before we started noting publication dates on the archive. We guessed based on episodes mentioned in authors' notes -- or characters that appear in the story: Any story mentioning Max Deter couldn't have been written before 1996, for example. (If you're curious when episodes aired originally, check our cheat sheet.) If you're an oldtimer who knows which year these stories were made available to readers, please let us know.
Alone at Last?
Both sets of parents (and Baby Gunderson) take their leave, and Lois and Clark are alone at last -- or are they? A continuation of the episode "Home Is Where the Hurt Is."
The Day After Christmas
It's the day after the "Home Is Where the Heart Is" Christmas, and Sam Lane has pieced together a few coincidences. He barges in on Clark and his parents, furious to think that some alien (carrying "who knows what diseases and genetic disorders") would have designs on his daughter -- and orders Clark away from Lois, forever.
Forget Me Not: A Possible Epilog
An alternate ending for the episode "Forget Me Not." Clark puts his journalistic skills to work to dig up some dirt on Dr. Deter.
Frog Day Afternoon
Flynn, Molly P.
After he finishes beating himself up for letting Lois -- as Wanda Detroit -- leave with Lex Luthor, Clark sets out to find her, enlisting help from Jimmy and Starr. A humorous continuation of the episode "Double Jeopardy."
Nihart, Miriam Amos
Lois still hasn't regained her memory, but she has accepted Dr. Max Deter's proposal of marriage. Perry cooks up a plan to get Lois and Clark working together again, but Clark, feeling he's broken under the last straw, quits the Planet to become Superman full-time. A continuation of the episode "Forget Me Not."
The Return of Ultrawoman
Look! Up in the sky! It's Ultrawoman, descending from the clouds to help Superman put out a blaze.
A Virtue Rewarded
Lois' memory slowly returns as she lies in her hospital bed, and she finds herself attracted to Clark all over again. He takes her to Smallville for some R&R. A WAFFy story that picks up after the episode "Seconds."
The author's wish for the resolution to Lois' amnesia (after the episode "Seconds").