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Lois And Clark 3x07 Ultra Woman
Two sisters try to make Superman apathetic with red kryptonite by shooting its red beam at him so that they could steal $20 million. Because he is hugging Lois.and watch does how
Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. See the list. Title: Ultra Woman 12 Nov Because he is hugging Lois, trying to protect her from the beam, his powers are transferred to her. The Kents help create a secret identity to the powerful Lois so she could help people without exposing her real self.
This episode is most noted for featuring the engagement of Lois and Clark. The New Adventures of Superman Superman introduces her as Ultra Woman.
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The latest use of red kryptonite by two scheming sisters results in Clark's powers being transferred to Lois, forcing her to assume a costumed identity to deal with the problem. This episode is most noted for featuring the engagement of Lois and Clark. Picking up right where the previous episode left off, Clark asks Lois out to dinner, planning to propose to her again, but the Daily Planet is alerted that a child is trapped in a well. He and Lois go to investigate. Superman flies into the well to find only a toy doll attached to a cassette recording of baby cries.
Ultra Woman is the seventh episode of the third season. Scheming sisters zap Superman with red Kryptonite, but the plot goes haywire when his powers transfer to Lois. Two sisters, Lucille and Nell whose brother is scientist Dr. When they shoot him with the red beam though, Superman steps in front of Lois to protect her resulting in his superpowers being transferred to her. Lois asks Martha's help for a costume so people will not recognize her while she is doing Superman's job. She takes on the identity of Ultra Woman. When Lucille and Nell discover what really happened, they transfer Ultra Woman's powers to Lucille, while Superman asks for Dr Klein's help to recreate the weapon Nell used to steal his powers.
Episode 307: Ultra Woman
The series loosely follows the comic philosophy of writer John Byrne, with Clark Kent as the true personality, and Superman as a secondary disguise. As the show's title suggests, it focuses as much on the relationship between Clark Kent and Lois Lane as on the adventures of Clark's alter-ego. The show averaged at least 15 million viewers per episode, and ranked 44th for the season.