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The title really says it all, and yes – the dates of the production have a major impact on the production value and quality of the show. But special effects and villains are really a moot point when it comes to this show. The real heart of everything is the relationship between Lois and Clark (who saw that one coming?)
While the acting isn’t exactly of Supercaliber, the storylines are somewhat original and innovative. Lois does find out that Clark and Superman are one in the same in this show and they actually get married. Many fanboys would cry foul, but this is in fact pulled from the comic books – after all, the lack of growth in character relationships eventually leads to boredom among the fans.
The show, mercifully, was canceled before they could get any farther into the couple’s relationship. I say that because Cain has stated in interviews that it was always about pushing the bar for him. He would have liked to have seen Superman and Lois have kids and explore that territory. Now that my friends, is one of the dumbest plot holes that anyone could ever think of. If you’ve never read the essay “Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex” you need to. It makes the debates of Star Wars fans look like a casual discussion.
I should make it clear, that both actors have a tremendous talent and are tailor made for the role. It’s the lack of range that upsets me. Change your voice, posture, demeanor, intelligence, co-ordination, views and opinions – something to really throw people off of who you really are. You’re not holding a secret identity so people won’t bother you for autographs, you’re doing it because it keeps the people close to you out of harms way – act like you really care for crying out loud.