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Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Season 4

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Lois & Clark: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)

With a modern twist on the legendary superhero, this romantic action/adventure series brings to life the comic book characters Clark Kent; his superhuman alter ego, Superman; and Lois Lane, fiction's first lady of the press. Now, get ready for the most anticipated wedding of the century as Lois and Clark enter a new phase of their life together.


The third episode in Lois & Clark's final season is called, "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding," but after what this series so maddeningly put its loyal fans through, Clark Kent (Dean Cain) could be forgiven for interrupting his nuptials to ask, "Look, everyone needs to know that this isn't some kind of evil genius-cloned-amnesiac fake out because there would be a riot." But no, viewers finally got what that they waited for so patiently; Clark and Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher) were married. But the honeymoon was short lived. The writers weren't through messing with viewers. In the next episode, "Soul Mates," Lois and Clark learn0--from H.G. Wells yet (Terri Kiser, reprising his role from season 2)--that they must first break an ancient curse that was put on their love before they can consummate their marriage. Both episodes are redeemed by blissfully romantic resolutions that more than make up for all the other nonsense. Marriage may have taken the sexual tension out of Lois and Clark's relationship, but it did not sap their considerable appeal. As professional colleagues and married partners, they work exceedingly well together, and Cain and Hatcher's palpable chemistry compensates for some not-so-super episodes. Not that the final season doesn't have its keepers. "Ghosts" features a nifty bit of stunt casting with Drew Carrey as a real-estate scam artist trying to scare Lois and Clark out of their apartment and his Drew Carrey Show nemesis Kathy Kinney as an actual ghost. The holiday episode "Twas the Night Before Mxymas" stars Howie Mandel as a havoc-wreaking imp who works a little Groundhog Day magic on Christmas. On a more dramatic note, there is a three-episode arc in which Lois is framed for murder. For Lois and Clark, first came love, then came marriage. As for what inevitably comes next, the final episode concludes this beloved series on an enormously satisfying note. --Donald Liebenson

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  • Actors: Dean Cain, Teri Hatcher, Lane Smith, Justin Whalin, K Callan
  • Producers: Robert Singer, Eugenie Ross-Leming, Brad Buckner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 14, 2006
  • Run Time: 1002 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HWZ4B6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,562 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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I agree with Robert Moore, but disagree at the same time. I was a viewer who wanted them married, and enjoyed them married. I loved the rapport between the characters, as well as the support, trust and respect that Lois and Clark shared. I loved all the touches, the looks, the kisses, and even those dull married couple moments.... why? Because Teri Hatcher and Dean Cain sold Lois & Clark as a couple very well. The chemistry was off the charts. You'd think the two were actually dating in real life, the chemistry was so good!

And even though I only got 4 seasons, they made for better tv than a majority of the shows on tv now. Smallville doesn't even compare to Lois & Clark. I think Dean Cain made a wonderful Superman and an even better Clark Kent than Christoper Reeve (God rest his soul) and Teri Hatcher is byfar the best Lois Lane. The acting alone kept me tuning in.

I agree that the writing wasn't as great as previous seasons, but like Robert Moore said, there are still episodes to enjoy. Some favorites of mine in season 4 are Stop The Presses, Sex, Lies, and Videotape, Lethal Weapon, The People vs. Lois Lane, and Dead Lois Walking.

And what I love the most about season 4 is going back to seasons 1 and 2 and watching how the relationship evolved. Lois and Clark went from competitors, to partners, to friends, to finally lovers. It's beautiful to see how far they came.

And in retrospect, it may have been rushed, but was wonderful to watch. I enjoyed the adventures, the villains, and the supporting cast of the show, and especially the beautiful Teri Hatcher and very handsome Dean Cain in their prime. I'll forever be grateful to Deborah Joy Levine for creating one of the best romantic comedy shows on television. I enjoyed seeing Clark Kent being the true personality and Superman being the secret identity.

These were good times, man. Good times.
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Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman is my favorite show of all time. The show was on for four seasons from 1993-1997. What made this show so special was the great chemistry Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher (Susan on Desperate Houswives) had on screen along with a great supporting cast. I was a huge fan watching the first episode in the fall of 1993 (I was 16 years old) and never missed an episode. When the last episode aired in 1997 (I was 20 years old) I was sad because like so many other reviewers I grew up with this show and it was a huge part of my life. I remember every Sunday night I would look so forward to seeing Lois & Clark. Me and my best friend Maria would talk about the show the next day and say how we had so many similarities to these characters. I think it is great that after years of the fans asking Warner Brothers to release this great show that they have finally listened. The fans truly do deserve a DVD release of all four seasons of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. This show means so much to so many people because it was a good show that lasted longer than anyone ever imagined it would. The fourth season is another great season of Lois and Clark.

Below is a complete list of all 22 episodes of the final fourth Season of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman which will be released on November 14, 2006

1. Lord of the Flys

2. Battleground Earth

3. Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding

4. Soul Mates

5. Brutal Youth

6. The People vs. Lois Lane

7. Dead Lois Walking

8. Bob and Carol and Lois and Clark

9. Ghosts

10. Stop the Presses

11. 'Twas the Night Before Mxymas

12. Lethal Weapon

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I recently rediscovered this series through UK reruns and buying the DVDs. I quickly realised why it had been my favourite TV show of the 1990s. I didn't think it would stand the test of time, but I was wrong. Except for the give away chunky mobiles and the budget restricted special affects, you could be fooled into thinking this series was made just yesterday. You could put it on now as a fresh show and with the right marketing it could still find an audience who would be none the wiser. Whatever the story of the week was, it didn't really matter. The characterisations were the main draw as it told a timeless lale of two people maturing and falling in love. However this series also offered a lot more than romance. Escapism at its best without being too wacky (well most of the time). When I first tuned in all those years ago it was because of the Superman angle. However I ended up falling in love with the series because of the subtle humour, drama, suspense, action, adventure, mystery, mixed with a blend of Superman and Sci-Fi to keep the genre fans and kids happy. Of course there was the romance, its character driven plots - all the cast, not just the leads, you could fall in love with or relate to their characters. It had a lovely, gentle, Jazz oriented musical score which wasn't too loud or brash to interfere with what was going on in the screenplay. All these elements were used in equal measure to offer something for everyone, whether you were 5 or 65, a hopeless romantic or a Superman fan. It pulled off something quite unique. Most of all for me I liked it because the characters evolve and you follow them on a journey of self discovery of themselves, each other and life itself. All things I can relate to especially as I get older.

Now I come to Season 4.
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