Clark: What are you trying to tell me, Dad? That I'm from
another planet?!? And I suppose you stashed my spaceship in the attic?
Jonathan: Actually, it's in the storm cellar.
Lana: So which one are you, Clark? Man, or Superman?
appears as a little boy to Martha and Jonathan for the first time) Jonathan: Kids don't just fall out of the sky, Martha. Martha: Then where did he come from? Jonathan: I don't know, but he must have parents. Martha: Well, if he does, they're definitely not from
(Martha comes into the kitchen and finds Clark drinking right out of the
store-bought bottle of milk) Martha: Uh-Uh. Clark: It tastes better out of the bottle. Martha: Where'd you learn your manners? Clark: On a farm.
(Pete fishes around to see if Chloe has a date for the dance) Pete: So, anyone asked you to the dance? Chloe: Not Yet. Pete: Well, if nothing pans out with you-know-who maybe you
and- Chloe: Pete, do you want to take a commercial break from
the soap opera in your head? I've told you 100 times, I'm not interested in
(Clark appears way too soon at a place that his friends know he couldn't
arrive from this quick) Clark: Hi, guys. Chloe: Uh... Didn't you just... Weren't you... Clark: I took a shortcut. Chloe: Through what? A black hole?
(Chloe is suspicious of something that she thought she saw and wants to
check it out) Pete: Now, you know we'd love to join you and Scooby inside
the Mystery Machine for another zany adventure, but we got to hand in these
slips before homeroom.
(Chloe hears her friends are trying out for the team) Chloe: Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. You two are trying out for
the football team? What is this, some sort of teen suicide pact?
(Chloe asks about a school tradition) Pete: It's a Homecoming tradition. Every year before the
big game, the football players select a freshman, take him off to Reilly
him down to his boxers and then paint an "S" on his chest. Clark: And then string him up like a scarecrow. Chloe: Jeez, that sounds like years of therapy waiting to
(Pete tries out his football helmet) Pete: Clark! How do I look? Clark: Like a tackle dummy. Good Luck.
(Lana finds Clark in a graveyard) Lana: Clark, wait. I just wasn't expecting to see anyone
out here. Are you okay? Clark: I'm hanging out in a graveyard. Does this strike you
as okay behavior?
(Lana talks to her parents at their graves while Clark watches) Lana: Yeah, he is kind of shy. How should I know? Mom wants
to know if you're upset about a girl.
(Clark shakes and ducks his head. ) Clark: No. Lana: Dad wants to know if you're upset about a guy.
(Clarke looks around Lex's place when he comes to visit) Clark: This is a great place. Lex: Yeah? If you're dead and in the market for something
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