Artist: You said brown.
Lois: Not brown brown, not dull, insipid, mud brown like Clark’s - no offense Clark.
Lois: More vibrant, more radiant!
Cat: Bedroom eyes!
Jimmy: Hey, if he is an alien maybe he doesn’t get the old…you know…itch.
Cat: Mmph, only one way to find out
Lois: Uggh! A possible visitor from another planet and all you can think about is dragging him off to your lair to try him out?
Cat: Test drive, Lois! A couple hours behind the wheel and I’d know for sure if we’re talking import … or domestic!
(Lois rolls her eyes and looks back at the artist’s drawing)
Lois: No, the features are too coarse! Think noble … think Greek god.
Artist: A Greek god?
Lois: For example the chin, its square but not pointed. The chin of a man who stands for something.
Artist: Like Clark!?
Lois: This is Superman we’re talking about. Not some Tom, Dick or..ugh!
Clark: You know, he didn’t seem that special to me. I mean, except for the flying and the uniform, he could be any ordinary guy.
Lois: Ordinary? Give me a break! What we’ve got here is an example of human evolution, before and after. Clark here is the before, Superman is the after. Make that, the way, way after.
Artist: You want a portrait? Get a camera!