Fanfic from 1997
Uploaded on 12/3/97
The AKA Superman Poem
"AKA Superman" done in verse.
The Arrest of Superman
Lois has a secret, Clark is busy, Metropolis is full of weirdness, and now they want to arrest Superman. What's up with this?
Extra-Ordinary People (or We *Really* Have a Lot to Talk About)
An IRC Round Robin Fanfic
Lois and Clark discuss what's *really* hampering their relationship in this vignette which takes place just after Ordinary People.
Care for a Drink, Mr. Bond? A Lois and Clark/007 crossover story, part 1
A crossover story between Lois and Clark and James Bond. Will James Bond compete with Clark for Lois's affections?
Clark's phone call awakens Lois during a sexy, but suspicious dream...
Uploaded on 11/28/1997
Lois and Clark's eldest daughter gets the surprise of her young life.
Lois and Clark Meet Back to the Future, Chapter 2
In the next chapter in this continuing story, Clark and Wells search for Lois in the future and are surprised at what they find there.
Lois and Clark and Silver and Bruce
Superman meets Batman -- and Lois does a little match-making!
Uploaded on 11/25/1997
What might the last episode of Lois & Clark be like had the show run for eight seasons? This author gives her suggestion.
A rich heiress wants to add one more prize to her "one of a kind" collection -- Superman.
Million Miles Away
Alt-Clark may finally get a chance to find his Lois while taking care of some business for the Rhambosian government. But will he take it?
Uploaded on 10/28/1997
Moonlight & Roses
Clark takes Lois to Smallville to help celebrate her birthday. But what kind of "surprise" is he planning?
Everything Must Change
An alternative take on the resolution of the Season 3 cliffhanger: what might have happened if Clark had been gone not for a few days, but a few years?
A song fanfic with a twist. Superman does battle with a formidable foe to the sound of a familiar rap song.
Uploaded on 10/08/1997
Fifth Season of Lois & Clark
What if Lois & Clark had a 5th Season? Several groups of talented FoLC writers want you to find out! Want to read the stories as ebooks? Visit our virtual seasons page on the wiki.
What might have happened if Perry had found the letter from Alice in time in "Ultra Woman"? A third in a trilogy started by Shawn V. with "Ghost Arrival" and "The Ghost and Kirshner".
Gilmor,Michelle & Hudzik, Stephanie
When Clark's out of town on Super-business, Lois stumbles into trouble. Will the Daily Planet be writing her epitaph?
In this continuation of "Alt Shook Up" we discover who was behind Lois's disappearance in the Congo, and see Lex Luthor meet his nemesis.
A Touch From Beyond
Lois withdraws into herself after being involved in a traumatic automobile accident. Her reluctance to be open with Clark puts a strain on their relationship.
Uploaded on 10/04/1997
Another Long Night
Clark comes home after a busy night as Superman and reflects on his role as father and husband to his daughter, Leia, and Lois.
The Circle of Life -- Family Hour part 2
Lois and Clark find that the circle of life repeats itself when they discover the truth behind the mysterious appearance of the baby in "The Family Hour."
Lois, Clark and their teenage daughters experience the ups and downs of the Valleyfair Theme Park's "Wild Thing" roller coaster.
Uploaded on 09/27/1997
The Ideal Woman
Lois saves the world -- and doesn't even realise that she's done it!
In the Kitchen with Lois
Lois' lack of domestic prowess...and how she more than makes up for it.
Soul Mates 2 -- The Hand of Fate
H.G.Wells once again enlists the aid of Lois and Clark to help their medieval counterparts Sir Charles and Lady Loisette. A story that follows up on the episode "Soul Mates."
Uploaded on 09/15/1997
Come Spy With Me
Jimmy's father, Jack, is back, seeking Lois and Clark's help. Someone in the NIA has turned traitor, selling off super-secret weapons, some of them even designed to kill Superman. The group flies off to South America to inspect a weapons cache there.
Uploaded on 09/14/1997
All Things Considered ...
The continued adventures of a reality-challenged FoLC, who has just learned of the cancellation of her favorite TV show. Fourth in the author's series of "journal entries" begun with "Losing a Grip on Reality."
Daddy's Little Girl
Lois witnesses a tender father-daughter moment as Clark reads a bedtime story to their 3-year-old daughter, Ariel.
The Ghost and Kirshner
Clark is back from New Krypton, but not quite himself. An imp from the fifth dimension -- a huge Beatles fan -- pops in with an offer to make things right again, but first Lois and Clark must perform a little task for him.
I'm Like a Bird in a Gilded Cave
Third in the author's series of "journal entries" detailing the hold "Lois & Clark" has over its fans ... um, at least one fan. :-) The series begins with "Losing a Grip on Reality."
Jupiter and Mars
Kidnappings in Metropolis are on the rise. And when Jimmy goes missing, Perry gets worried and sends Lois and Clark to find him. In the process, they find out something about each other. A story set near the beginning of the second season.
Lois & Clark Meet Back to the Future: Chapter 1
Tempus kidnaps Lois, taking her to the future, and H.G. Wells arrives to help Clark begin to save the day.
Uploaded on 09/11/1997
Actors Dean Cain and Nicolas Cage have an encounter. (The author warns Cage fans not to read this.)
Clark returns to Lois from New Krypton, but in a form neither of them would ever have expected.
In Sickness and in Health
When Lois collapses, Clark rushes her to the doctor. Tests reveal she might have cancer.
An evil scientist who was devoted to Lex Luthor blames Lois Lane for his idol's downfall and eventual death. So he decides to make her pay -- by kidnapping her and killing her clone ... to make friends and family think she is dead.
On New Krypton, Clark devises a way to give the New Kryptonians what they want so he can get what he wants -- a return ticket to Earth.
Uploaded on 09/10/1997
When a Great Man Loves a Super Woman
Lois Lane uses her anger over a childhood spent in emotional neglect to fuel her desire to use her special abilities and talents to help other people. A story that takes the Super*man* legend and turns it around a bit.
Uploaded on 09/09/1997
But at Least a Long While
After a spat, Lois runs home to mother.
Let the Future Be Theirs
A story that picks up from the episode "Lois and Clarks," after H.G. Wells tell the alternate Clark that finding *his* Lois might not be impossible after all.
Lois and Clark: The Last Adventures of Superman
Lois tells Clark that she's going to have a baby.
Lois accepts Clark's proposal of marriage but takes it back when she remembers that she loves Superman more.
Uploaded on 09/07/1997
Superman suffers when villains cook up a new flavor of kryptonite.
Emptiness in Harmony
When her parents offer her the option of spending her summer vacation in Smallville, 14-year-old Catie Kent jumps at the chance to get away from her super family. As far as Catie is concerned, there's nothing at all good about being *super*.
Strawberry Fields Forever
Lois realizes she's made a big mistake in marrying Lex Luthor when she was really in love with Clark Kent. Who can save her now? And who's that knocking on the door of the honeymoon suite?
Uploaded on 09/06/1997
Perry sends Clark and a very pregnant Lois on a story to Washington. An old friend of Perry's has caught a whiff of scandal that could reveal corruption through all levels of government. The time away together also gives Lois and Clark an opportunity to sort out personal matters. This is the final installment of a trilogy that began with the author's "Beginnings" and continued with "Something in Common."
Uploaded on 09/04/1997
I Saw Mommy Kissing Superman
There's only one part of Nana and Grandpa Kent's house six-year-old Marty isn't allowed to enter -- a locked closet, and Marty knows where Nana keeps the key. When Marty gets her chance, she opens the door and finds photo albums and scrapbooks . . . and a picture of her mom and Superman grown-up kissing. What could *that* mean? It's a mystery that needs solving.
Something in Common
Lois and Clark fly off to Kansas to share some good news with Martha and Jonathan -- and also to get some advice about something that's been concerning them. They know the Batman's secret, but Batman doesn't know theirs. Should secrets be shared among superheroes . . . and their wives? A continuation of the author's fanfic "Beginnings," and the second story in her "Variations on a Theme" trilogy.
Uploaded on 08/28/1997
Clark ... Who?
Lois Lane is not happy. Not only does her boss ignore her hunches about sabotage in the space program -- he says he can't afford to give her a raise. But somehow he finds it in the budget to hire some new guy, a hack from Nowheresville. Things aren't looking up at home, either, with her sister always harping on Lois' lack of a love life. This is a story that relates the events of the pilot episode ... completely from Lois' perspective.
Embraced by Love
A short, tender fanfic in which Lois and Clark have a parental chat with their daughter about boys, girls, love and sex.
A Super Christmas
Lois and Clark can't wait to unwrap each other's presents.
Tears of Joy
Clark plans a romantic evening at home.
Uploaded on 08/27/1997
Another Family Hour
A story that continues where the series finale, "The Family Hour," leaves off. A baby left in Lois and Clark's house turns out to have family connections. But to keep the child -- and themselves -- safe, Lois and Clark must find a way to cure their Tempus problems for all time.
Metropolis is beset by a rash of kidnappings, and Lois gets the uneasy feeling that her child could be next.
Touch and Go
While Clark is trying to decide when and if to tell Lois his secret, Lois lends a helping hand to a homeless person who's on the run -- an act of kindness that puts both of them in jeopardy.
Uploaded on 08/24/1997
A Baby From the Blue
A story that picks up from the series finale episode, "Family Hour," which offers an explanation of how a baby arrived mysteriously in Lois and Clark's house.
Valerie and Amanda
Dr. Klein concludes that it is possible for Superman to impregnate an Earth woman, but it would kill her. Lois decides to take the risk.
The Flight (or Clark in Trouble)
Clark gets in trouble with Lois for possibly endangering their son's life.
Uploaded on 08/21/1997
Meet Me in Kansas City
A novel that explores what might have happened if, instead of applying for a job at the Daily Planet, Clark had found work somewhere else. Will Lois and Clark meet? And what would they think of each other? "I wrote this story," the author says, "because I believe that people who are meant to be together will find each other."
Uploaded on 08/19/1997
The Day Clark Came Back
Lois and Martha have grown even closer since Clark flew off to save New Krypton. Lois calls up her future mother-in-law whenever she's feeling especially blue. Martha seems sure it won't be too much longer before Clark returns, and Lois only wishes she could believe that.
An Early Morning Surprise
Bella & Deandreamer
When Lois goes to Clark's apartment one morning to pick him up for work, she is met by an unusual and disturbing sight -- Clark and her sister, Lucy, in a suspicious state of undress. A story set in second season.
An elseworld story that shows how Clark, consumed with guilt, handles a personal tragedy. Can Lois bridge the gap between them and thaw the wall of ice Clark has built around himself? Is either one willing to try again? The author calls the story a "PG-rated version of an experiment which I felt the urgent need to explore ever since I saw 'Contact' [the third-season LnC episode] last year."
It's All Coming Back to Me Now
Lois is depressed that it's been three months since she's seen Clark -- who's on New Krypton -- but she's also tired of all those puff pieces Perry has been assigning her. After she demands a meaty story she can sink her teeth into, however, a rather big "story" finds her. It seems two of Clark's worst enemies are back in town, and they've teamed up.
Nine Months of Life or Death
Lois' life is threatened by her pregnancy, and the only way Clark can save her is to transfer his powers to her.
Think Before You Speak
A slice of Lois and Clark's life at their fifth wedding anniversary -- heated arguments, happy news, dramatic moments, and WAFFs.
When You Hold Me Like This
Lois encounters an irate Dan Scardino.
Uploaded on 07/19/1997
Lois tries to comfort Clark when they get a phone call informing them of Jonathan Kent's death. Then both try to protect Martha from disturbing news that comes from the coroner's office. A moving story with some surprises.
A Dying Flame
Lois' declining health forces Clark to face the possibility of life without her.
Family ... Ties
How will Lois and Clark ever have a child? And just where did that baby come from anyway? A story that picks up from the series finale, "Family Hour."
Lois and Clark's New Addition
What if Lois were going into labor while stuck on an elevator with Clark -- and Jimmy and Perry?
Lois Is Clark,
Clark Is Lois
The author writes: "One day I was wondering what would happen if Lois had Clark's loving personality and Clark had Lois' attitude. If they completely switched their ways and personalities -- what would it be like?"
The Meaning of Life
A slow news month, a string of vicious e-mails from an anonymous heckler, and -- worst of all -- a personal tragedy leave Lois feeling hopeless. Can Clark turn her around?
Lois and Clark experience emotional highs, lows and hair-raising moments during Lois' pregnancy.
Clark travels the globe, going from one newspaper to the next, always looking for a place where he can fit it in ... and the one who'll make him want to stay -- if she even exists. An exploration of what Clark's life was like before he came to Metropolis.
Young Lois, Ace Reporter
Her father has her future all decided -- that she'll follow in his footsteps with a career in medicine -- but 19-year-old Lois Lane pines to be a journalist.
Uploaded on 07/03/1997
All's Fair in Love and War
Should he tell Lois? He knew he should. They had agreed -- no more secrets -- and they were soon to be married, after all. But Clark is afraid that the mysterious phone call he received will lead to a trap, and he's worried Lois will be placed in danger if she tags along. An intriguing story in which Lois and Clark investigate a crime against Superman, Perry lays down the law, and Lois takes cooking lessons.
The third installment in the author's elseworld series begun in "Brothers" and continued in "Luthor's Legacy" that explores what might have happened if someone other than the Kents had found Kal-El.
Have a Holly Jolly Christmas ... or Not
In Kansas, teen-age Clark Kent is having a great Christmas. In Metropolis, the holiday just keeps getting worse for Lois Lane and her little sister, Lucy.
Hide in Plain Sight
An amusing scene in which Clark and Lois play hide-and-seek with their young son.
A Homemade Gift
Lois and Clark invite both sets of families to their place for Christmas -- and Lois finds the perfect gift for Clark. A follow-up to the author's fanfic "Thanksgiving Hunger."
Clark can't believe his supersenses when he witnesses a man just struck by a bus come back from the dead.
Love the World Away
When Lois is offered a job as a political analyst by a sexy magazine owner, Clark's jealousy gene kicks in -- which annoys Lois. But making up is fun to do, and Lois has their reconciliation all mapped out.
Wanting to learn more about his roots, Clark travels to Kansas and meets some long-lost relatives. A continuation of the author's elsewhere fanfic, "Brothers."
Vacation, What's a Vacation?
Someone is kidnapping the children of Daily Planet employees -- and that includes the son of Clark and Lois Kent. A continuation of the author's fanfic "Now We Are Complete."
Uploaded on 06/29/1997
The Bank Mishap
Protective of Lois in her delicate condition, Perry sends his best reporting team off on what he thinks is an innocuous assignment.
Hit and Run
Clark helps Lois recover from a hit-and-run. Lois remembers that it was no accident -- the driver looked familiar -- but she can't remember who was behind the wheel.
Martha Knows Best
Tired of seeing Clark moping around, depressed all the time, Martha decides to take matters in her own hands. If only she could slip away from Clark and Jonathan to have a private chat with a certain lady friend of Clark's, she's sure things would work out for the best. A story that takes place sometime during the middle of Season 2, "definitely before 'The Phoenix,'" the author says.
Sometimes the Truth Hurts
Lois and Clark argue politics and manage to get nominated for a Pulitzer Prize -- and disqualified -- in a day's time.
The Way Home
Clark's presence on New Krypton doesn't have quite the unifying impact that Zara and Ching had expected. Clark decides his only option is to challenge Lord Nor to one-on-one combat. A story that extrapolates from events in the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Uploaded on 06/28/1997
The Biggest Surprise of All
An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman" -- what would have happened if Lois and Clark had returned home before the surprise party arrived.
Lois insists on keeping the secret of her pregnancy from her coworkers at the Daily Planet so that she can continue working.
Goodnight Lois, Goodnight Clark
A poem in which the author says "goodnight" to all things "Lois & Clark" (because "goodbye" is too hard).
In the Candlelight
Clark reflects on his marriage to Lois at the 50-year mark.
The Kid From the Future
Lois and Clark are visited by Tempus and one of their future offspring.
Laughter Through Tears
Lois gives in to her emotional side when she thinks she and Clark won't be able to have children.
"Just a little piece of fluff," the author says, written because "many people have been saying they want to see Lois and Clark dance, and this is me agreeing with them."
Uploaded on 06/18/1997
Crazily in Love With You
A story that picks up from the end of the episode "Individual Responsibility." Lois and Clark go out on a date, and Clark decides to stick with Lois through the entire evening, ignoring whatever his superhearing brings him.
Crazy for You
Mind-altering drugs, brushes with death, and a social life for Jimmy ... will Lois and Clark *ever* get to spend an uneventful evening together? An episode in script form.
A Day at the Beach
It'll take Superman's help to save Lois' day at the beach -- not to mention her life.
A vignette from Lois and Clark's tropical island honeymoon.
Now We Are Complete
Lois and Clark celebrate their good news -- the results from Dr. Klein's study of Superman's "compatibility" -- but soon after that Clark lapses into unconsciousness, a delayed effect from exposure to kryptonite.
That Clark of Mine
A story that begins in the middle of the second-season episode "That Old Gang of Mine," just after Clark is shot by a gangster and "dies." Perry gives Lois a shoulder to cry on, and she confesses a secret.
When You Needed Me Most
It's too late to get Lois to the hospital, so Clark has to deliver the baby himself. It's not going well, but even worse trials are yet to come.
Uploaded on 05/20/1997
Alone at Last
An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman" in which the guests at the surprise birthday party get more surprise than they bargained for.
Alt Shook Up
Is this lousy luck or what? After surviving a coma and an attempt on her life, Lois Lane returns at last to Metropolis ... to find out that the world is imperiled by a fast-approaching asteroid. And to further complicate her life, there's this amnesiac -- sweet, cute, *naked* -- she finds in a blast crater. An elseworld story that explores what might happen if the Nightfall asteroid showed up on a collision course with the alternate earth.
Lois decides it's time to let Clark know how she really feels. A second-season story that takes place somewhere between "That Old Gang of Mine" and "The Phoenix."
REALLY Alone at Last
Guests at Clark's surprise birthday party refuse to take the hint that what he really wants is to be alone with Lois. An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman."
Somewhere in Tempus
Tempus works to foil the "future perfect" world of Utopia, and for once it doesn't involve trying to kill Superman. The plan is more insidious than that, and it hinges on the next generation.
Uploaded on 05/05/1997
Mindy Church comes up with a foolproof way of getting Kryptonite next to Superman.
Earth Guys Don't Stand a Chance
A married Lois and Clark share blissful encounters.
An injured Clark returns from New Krypton to find that Lois has also suffered some changes.
A story that follows Lois and Clark's oldest child as she struggles with the pain of losing a good friend.
Lois Lane/Ultrawoman, Clark Kent/Superman
A poem based on the episode "Ultrawoman."
A poem of Lois and Clark's reunion after he returns from New Krypton.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
In the throes of a nightmare, Lois cries out for Clark, but it's Superman who arrives to comfort her. A story that takes place in the summer after first season.
Scardino Causes Trouble Again
Hurt feelings ensue when Clark arrives at Lois' apartment to find Dan Scardino there -- and Lois wearing a bathrobe.
Short, Short Fanfic
Adkins, Jennifer L.
Martha and Lois prepare a different supersuit for Clark, but he's dubious of this new fashion statement. :-)
Lex Luthor is back, and killing Clark is his top priority.
A story written as a sequel to the episode "Seconds," assuming Lois got her memory back after that second blow to the head. Someone who is assumed dead makes a return appearance.
A Tribute to the Truth
A much older Lois Lane comes out of seclusion to write her most important story for the Daily Planet.
Uploaded on 04/05/1997
A what-if story in which Kal-El's rocket is discovered by a family driving through Kansas on their way to Metropolis. The Luthors decide to keep the child to raise him along with their own son.
A scene from a movie they are watching triggers memories for Lois and Clark. A short pre-relationship story.
Now that she's given Dan Scardino the boot, Lois is determined to fix her relationship with Clark. And the first task on the list is to make Clark tell her what it is that compels him to bolt at awkward times. An alternate ending to the episode "Whine Whine Whine."
Uploaded on 04/01/1997
The Best Things in Oedipus Wrecks
The author's favorite parts of the episode "Oedipus Wrecks," sung to the tune of "These Are a Few of My Favorite Things."
The Day Tempus Swapped Superman
Tempus switches the Clark Kents of two very different universes.
Gotta Love That Chocolate
A supermarket scene that revives the old chocolate vs. Rocky Road debate.
I Cross My Heart
Lois and Clark decide independently that it's time to move their relationship forward. How will secrets be received? A story inspired by the song "I Cross My Heart," performed by George Strait.
Nothing Lasts Forever
Tired of making excuses for Clark, tired of waiting for Clark, tired of missing Clark, Lois begins to rethink her marriage to Clark.
Two Plus One
After five long years, Clark returns from New Krypton with a most unexpected surprise for Lois. An extrapolation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Wherefore Art Thou ...
What if Lois and Clark had met years ealier -- as teen-agers at a school journalism convention? And what would keep Lois from remembering?
Uploaded on 03/03/1997
The "Real" Honeymoon
The author's scenario for Lois and Clark's honeymoon. The lovestruck couple checks into a Hawaiian hotel.
While Jimmy is talking to his pal Clark Kent, lightning strikes his phone. Not only does Jimmy survive the experience, he gets all charged up about it. In fact, you could say he's walking on air.
Life - A Fragile Thread
Clark learns a painful lesson about the fragility of human life. The author writes that this is "serious stuff here, including a WHAM -- not much WAFFy stuff."
As Lois crouches behind some crates in a warehouse, preparing to zero in on a hot story, she sees her partner -- who's supposed to be in Smallville -- sneak in and undergo an unexpected transformation. A revelation story set around the time of the second-season episode "The Source."
That One Great Love
Superman moves out of the house and a little further out of Lois' life -- but it's for the best, really.
You Don't Know Me
A post-honeymoon conversation between Lois and Clark that the author describes as "one big total WAFF."
Uploaded on 02/16/1997
The Chicken or the Egg?
How would Superman act if he found himself transported to a world (um, like ours) in which superheroes didn't exist except as in TV shows and comic books? This is a story in which a well-known villain swaps a well-known actor and Superman out of their respective universes -- and each must try to act the part of the other.
Like Father, Like Daughter
Claire, Lois and Clark's precocious young daughter, tries to find the source of those mysterious "whoosh" sounds she hears all the time.
That the World May Know
Speculation runs wild when Superman is found unconscious and wounded -- and disguised in a business suit -- in an alley behind the Daily Planet building.
Uploaded on 01/27/1997
An orphan who's been bounced around to different foster families all her life begins developing powers that only Superman has. Suspecting she is one of many illegitimate children Superman has fathered, she runs away to Metropolis to confront him.
Worried there will come a time when his flying off to save the world leaves Lois exposed to danger, Clark arranges for some "insurance." He introduces her to the Batman. But will Lois be entrusted with the Dark Knight's secret identity?
When a little disagreement escalates into a full-blown, hurtful argument, Lois and Clark call off their engagement. But they have trouble hanging onto their resolve to be just partners again.
Uploaded on 01/24/1997
Because We Are in Love
Jimmy's in love! Now if he can just stay awake long enough to propose...
Can't Fight This Feeling
What might have happened the night of Lois and Clark's first official date (in the episode "Lucky Leon") if Lois hadn't chickened out and slammed the door in Clark's face?
If I Told You That I Love You
During an hours-long stakeout at S.T.A.R. Labs, Lois and Clark begin to admit their feelings for each other. A pre-relationship story that takes place soon after the episode "That Old Gang of Mine."
Laney and the Giant Killers
Five-year-old Laney Kent gets her biggest birthday surprise after the party is over and her guests have gone home. But finding out your daddy and Superman are one and the same isn't a good surprise, especially when you realize you take after your mom and your sisters take after your dad, which means they'll be able to fly when they grow up, and you won't. A prequel to the author's "Aliens and Strangers" fanfic.
A Lois & Clark Sonnet
A short poem that tells of Lois and Clark's romance.
Adkins, Jennifer L.
An amnesia story with a twist: this time it's Superman who's had a bump on the head. Not only does he forget he's married to Lois Lane, he forgets there's even a person named Clark Kent.
The Return of Lex (again)
Lois suspects Lex Luthor may have survived the collapse of the tunnels in the episode "Seconds."
After Clark departs for New Krypton, Lois dreams a vivid dream in which her fiance is caught between life and death.
Lois is suffering from a cold (and she's just a tad cranky). It's up to Clark to deliver some TLC.
All rise for the President of the United States ... President Kent. A whimsical (and highly improbable) look into Lois and Clark's future. This is the story that started the series.
All the President's Men
The Secret Service agent assigned to Lois and Clark can't believe their attitude: they've all been kidnapped, but those two act like they're out on a Sunday stroll. The full title is "All the President's Men (can't keep Lois Lane out of trouble)." A sequel to the fanfic "President Kent."