..::.. someday i'll be part of your worl

Cap of the day: always here for you


8.03 Toxic
Cutting it close today...
I love Clark comforting Lois. He's such a sweetheart.


-I was having issues getting the image on here...I usually upload it to tinypic then use the insert image feature and put it in the url and click okay. But today it now directs me to photobucket for some dumb reason. So I was like fine I'll use you, but I select the image and it still doesn't put it in here. Does anyone know what LJ did and what I can do about it? Sorry off topic, but it wouldn't have taken me 20 minutes otherwise...I had to do it in HTML.
..::.. someday i'll be part of your worl

Cap of the Day; Can you read my mind?


8.19 Stiletto
  Lois:  Hello?

Clark: Is this Lois Lane, the reporter?

Lois: Who wants to know?

Clark:
This is The Red-Blue Blur.
Lois: [ Scoffs ] Yeah, right. How do I know you're not some deep throat wannabe with a lot of time on his creepy hands?

[ Air whooshes ]

Clark: Look down. I received your letter, Miss Lane.

Lois: Call me Lois -- if you want. And while we're at it, do you want to weigh in on the whole "Red-Blue Blur" thing? Because it's kind of a mouthful on this end.

Clark: I think there's probably a better name out there, and if there's anyone who'll find it, it's you, Miss Lane.

Lois: I'll put my best men on it. And by "men," I mean me because I work in the basement and employ pretty much no one, unless you count my intern. I'm sorry. I'm rambling.

Clark: [ Chuckles ] You're nervous.

Lois: Can you read my mind? [ Scoffs ] Who am I kidding? It's Saturday night, and I hightailed it down here because I have one obsession right now, and it's you. And when you didn't respond to my skywriting, I just --

Clark:  it was a nice ony the between you and me, I could use a little work on that subtle thing. You know there's nothing wrong with taking your job seriously.

Lois: There is when you don't know who you'd be without it.

Clark: Something tells me you know yourself better than you think. Lois, you're a great reporter -- all on your own. You don't need a hero or some gimmick to make a headline.

Lois: Thanks. My editor would kill me, but... I don't want this story. What I've really been wondering is... what is it that you need? I mean, you've dedicated your life to a city full of strangers. And I'm not saying that I know what it's like to be a hero, but... even the fastest blur in the world can't outrun loneliness. I guess what I'm saying is... ...if you ever want to talk -- totally off the record -- I'm only a phone call away.

Clark: I'll keep that in mind. And, Lois... when I'm ready to tell the world my secret, you'll be the first to know.


(This is Thursdays, my apologies)