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The first date should be in "echo", season 9 ep. But he doesn't show up because of an emergency. They share their first kiss (no kryptonite. season 9 ep 4 "Echo" -- they plan a date, but cant go s9 ep 6 "Crossfire" -- first real kiss s9 ep 8 "Idol" -- officially start dating. Clark and Lois' destiny is to become both professional and romantic partners at the effect on him and romantic sparks begin to fly high with this super couple. . Martha reassure her that when she does meet the one she meant to be with.
Eventually they decided to become secret friends. And others when I think you know me better than anyone One save at a time. Clark shows signs of jealousy that annoys her.
Clark claims he's just looking out for her safety. Lois states that Clark's more protective of her than her own father. Clark continues to investigate into Arthur's true motives when he discovers his aquatic powers and mistakes him for a terrorist.
After all the misunderstandings are cleared up Arthur ends up leaving breaking up with Lois. Clark consoles Lois after seeing that she's really heartbroken he reassures her someday, she'll meet someone even more special.
Lois is force to pose as a dancing stripper at The Windgate Club where Clark is also undercover posing as a new recruit to the gentleman's club. During her performance on stage Lois spots Clark whom she walks over to and gives a lap dance sharing an awkward yet flirtatious moment with Clark, who appears to be very embarrassed and uncomfortable yet at the same time attractively drawn to Lois's physical appearance.
Together Lois and Clark ended up uncovering and breaking up an illegal smuggling ring operation involving Mr. Lyon who would buy a dancer and sell them off on the black market. At the end of their adventure Lois tries to thank Clark for his help in rescuing her, describing him as "a really good friend. Lex insults Lois who is now determined to find any incriminating evidence on him.
Although her investigation into Lex came up empty. Lois got to experience the thrills and chills of Journalism which Chloe could see was starting to have a profound effect on her cousin who seemed very intrigued in the idea of potentially becoming a reporter.
Jonathan immediately fires him and hires Lois as his new campaign manager much to Clark's dismay. At the same time Samantha Drake an obsessed student devoted to Lex tries help him win the race for the senate by trying to assassinate Jonathan.
Samantha tries to force Lois into killing Jonathan during his first public rally. With aid of Clark catching the bullet and Lois defeating Samantha they were able to foil the assassination attempt. She even offers advice to Clark during his time of depression in regard to his current relationship with Lana. Lana and Lois have a short discussion about their relationships with men.
To which Lois confesses that "She'd be lucky to end up with someone as honorable as Clark one day. Later that night at the talon party Lois is present to announce Jonathan winning against Lex for Kansas State Senator.
Unfortunately some events are altered by Clark using a time crystal. When Jonathan wins this time around at the election victory party, Clark notices Lois's absence from the party announcing the victory.
Clark heads to the talon apartment and found her on the floor of unconscious.
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Because Lana wasn't there to keep her from falling. The ground is covered in water and just as Clark picks up Lois, there's an electrical short and Lois narrowly escapes death. She is sent to the hospital with minor injuries. Lois is present at the funeral of Jonathan Kent. The killer kidnaps Lois after she discovers his identity as the hospital orderly, Michael Westmore and hold both Lois and Chloe hostage intending to kill them both.
Clark arrives attempting to help however he is weakened by kryptonite bracelet present on Chloe. However Gretchen Winters spirit leaves Chloe body and flies into Michael body.
She then stabs Michael's body, killing him and freeing her spirit. At first she suspect that Clark is cheating on Lana until Chloe fills her in that Simone has managed to hypnotize with her gemstone. Lois attempt to snap him out off it. Just when it seems she might of gotten through to him Clark gently knocks Lois unconscious under the command of Simone who then asked a hypnotized Martha Kent to see to it that Lois doesn't interfere with her plans again by any means.
Lois wakes up to see Martha pointing a shotgun at her, saying she has to keep her there. Chloe arrives and knocks Martha unconscious saving Lois's life. Unfortunately Maddie was very wary of Lois.
Lois sees Clark as being jealous until Chloe told her that Graham is a serial killer. Lois talks to Martha and wonder why she seems to always attract the wrong kind of man to get involved into a relationship with. Martha understands where Lois is coming from because she experienced the same type of relationships with bad men in her youth before she met and fell in love with Jonathan Kent.
Lois believes that when the right guy comes into her life she'll miss him. Martha reassure her that when she does meet the one she meant to be with she'll know.
If I lived under the same roof with such a beautiful woman, I probably would've mask my feelings in sarcasm, too. Lois recounts her experience mistakenly believing she had died and gone to heaven and was sent back unaware that she had been brought to the Fortress of Solitude by Martha Kent and was transported back to Smallville by Jor-El.
For a brief moment Clark express an emotion of happiness by affectionately touching her hand as he express how he was glad she'd return with a warm smile on his face.
Lois notices this and then he pulls away as causing the tender moment between them to become awkward. When Clark comes down with what appears to be an ordinary cold which is in fact a new super power. He unknowingly plays a direct role in igniting the journalistic torch of Lois Lane. While doing his chores on the farm, Clark's sneeze causes him to blow the barn door off it's hinges and into the sky which just so happens to land in the field right beside Lois who's on her morning jogging run.
When she returns to the farm and discovers the airborne barn door belongs to the Kent's. Much to Clark and Martha's dismay Lois is determined to uncover the truth surrounding barn door.
Clark tries to get Chloe to throw Lois off the trail unfortunately her efforts fuels Lois's determination drive that inspires her to write an article for the Daily Planet, despite Chloe's attempts to discourage her. Lois ends up with first front page headline in the newspaper of the Metropolis Inquisitor which interestingly enough added an alien angle to the story.
Lois's first major headline article as a reporter came in the form of a modern day Robin Hood vigilante whom she names Green Arrow after he committed a daring robbery at a high society function she attended with her new boyfriend the billionaire playboy Oliver Queen. According to the actress, "That was a lot of fun; I thought it was funny as well […] It really was wonderful to be able to stretch and play this driven woman who has a goal and is going to reach it, and in the meantime she's going to be sexy doing it.
That was a lot of fun for me because the show [sometimes] isn't realistic so, as actors, we get to play with different types of things. Storyline progression[ edit ] One of the early turning points for the character came in season one's "X-Ray", when Lana discovers information about her parents that changes her perspective on them. It began with her mother's graduation speech, which showed that her mother was not as happy as her aunt had led her to believe.
Lana's perception of her mother drove the way she led her own life, which was based on the idea of everyone perceiving her in a good light. This continued the idea established in season one that Lana's perception that her parents were this perfect couple was wrong.
According to Kreuk, meeting her biological father allowed the character to realize that she had to create her own life, as the one she had envisioned did not actually exist. At the beginning of the season Lana is forced to come to terms with her diminished feelings for Whitney, as well as her growing feelings for Clark.
It takes time before Lana is strong enough to finally tell Whitney the truth, in a video message, about the way she feels. Kreuk thinks that it can be hard to believe that a sixteen-year-old girl could become co-owner of a coffee shop, but she believes that it helps to provide more independence for the character and establish her more within the show.
As Kreuk describes her, she is the "beautiful, popular girl who is really lonely". She has a "hole in her heart", because of the loss of her parents, and feels empathy for everyone. For instance, he convinces her to fight back against a rival coffee shop that is spreading rumors about The Talon — the coffee shop that she joint owns with Lex. According to Kreuk, the character was never placed in situations where she could show her outgoing side, because she was left to communicate primarily with Whitney and Clark.Smallville 9x05 - Roulette - Lois and Clark movie night
Kreuk thinks that Lana "lived in her head a little bit"; she was intelligent enough to read classical books, but would also read romantic novels "on the sly". She will always love Clark, and Clark will always love her, but it was Clark's bad decisions, and Lex's "basest instincts" that make Lana the "receptacle of all of these bad decisions", marking her as a tragic figure on the show.
What does he think? Does he love me? I don't know where I stand. This is evident in "Nemesis" when Lana manipulates her way into seeing Lionel, only to interrogate him about why he forced her to marry Lex, as well as leaving Lex to die in the underground tunnels. As Gough explains, by the end of the sixth season, Lana has shown that she can beat Lex at his own games.
According to Malkowski, Lana's strong feminist stance, and her request that people should stop protecting her and start telling her the truth, are diluted by her willingness to believe whatever pieces of information she gets, even if they are lies. Gough and Millar believed that Lana's behavior toward Clark for refusing to reveal his secret made her come across as cold and unsympathetic.
Kreuk believes that Lana truly was in love with Whitney when they first started dating, but by the time the audience first sees her in the pilot she is no longer in that same state of mind. She believes that with everything that had happened throughout the season between the two characters, it seemed a bit of a stretch for Lana to just quickly fall into Clark's arms.
Kreuk believes that Lana cares for Lex as a friend, and that she recognizes the "undertones" that Lex may be placing on their relationship, but that Lana tends to ignore them.
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Kreuk recognizes that Lex is a big part of Lana's life, and that Lana tries to pay more attention to the good that Lex does and focus less on the darker aspects of his life. Lana is aware that Chloe still has romantic feelings for Clark, but their friendship suffered the most when Chloe revealed that she had known where Clark had been hiding for months. The feelings of distrust for Chloe remained hidden until "Truth"—where Chloe gained the ability to have others speak the truth no matter what—when Lana finally revealed how much she cannot trust Chloe.
Just as Clark is beginning to realize the truth about Lex and his lies, Lana is starting to trust Lex more. Ultimately, it is Clark's own lack of honesty that forces Lana to leave Smallville and go to Paris at the end of season three. In the end, Kreuk believes that Clark is Lana's only true friend, as Lex is more focused on bringing his father to justice and she and Chloe have a tense relationship based on their mutual feelings for Clark.
Kreuk believes that Lana did love Jason Teague, but she also still loved Clark at the same time. With Clark, it was the "first love" that she never had the chance to discover, and that lingered with her while she was in Paris during the space between seasons three and four. According to Kreuk, before Lana can experience successful relationships with other people she will need to know what it is like to truly be in a relationship with Clark, because of the "intense connection between [the] two".
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She fully loved Clark, Jason, and Whitney. She loved those people. She can care about Lex and want the best for him, but I don't think she could fall blindly in love with him. The return of Clark's powers in "Hidden", as well as the secrets and lies that accompany them, caused stress on their relationship. In the series' th episode, Clark finally took a chance and told Lana the truth.
When it resulted, indirectly, in her death and he was allowed to live the day over again Clark chose not to tell her his secret. In "Hypnotic", in an effort to stop hurting Lana emotionally, Clark told her that he no longer loved her. This drove Lana into Lex's arms.