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Clark: Lois, for our first weekend away, it could have been worse.
Lois: I was possessed by a 300-year-old Scottish banshee, and I almost killed you, Clark.
Clark: But we did get to see the world's largest ball of yarn. That made the whole trip worthwhile.

Chloe: Okay, so not that I haven't seen enough of Clark Kent's private... life tonight...
Clark: I don't like where this is going.
Chloe: You took Lois on a romantic getaway to some sort of a bed-and-breakfast. And while I doubt that the whole breakfast part poses any problem, I seem to recall you having some concern about the beds and non-powered people and what would happen in the beds with the non-powered people...
Clark: Okay, stop.
Chloe: Thank you.
Clark: My training with Jor-El has helped me to manage my powers better. Let's just say that I'm in control. Of everything.

Lois: Just give me ten minutes. Then you'll get a surprise.
Clark: Something tells me you'll never stop surprising me, Lois.

In every relationship, one person stands while the other one kneels.

Tess

Zod: And if you were wrong... your experiment would have killed me.
Tess: Some risks are worth taking.

Oliver: So... you, uh... save any orphans recently, old ladies, maybe, anything like that?
Clark: I did stop a bank robbery.
Oliver: Yeah, that's nice. That's fun stuff.
Clark: Thanks. How about you? Anything new?
Oliver: No. No, no. just, Oh, well, there's a--a new compound bow that I'm trying out. Yeah, seems pretty good. See how that works.

Oh, come on, Ollie. Throw out the white flag. It's Lois. She makes Susan B. Anthony look like a quitter.

Chloe

Clark: Lois, we wouldn't be late if we hadn't driven 40 miles out of our way to see the world's largest ball of yarn.
Lois: You'll thank me later.

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Smallville Season 9 Episode 15 Quotes

Oh, come on, Ollie. Throw out the white flag. It's Lois. She makes Susan B. Anthony look like a quitter.

Chloe

Clark: Lois, we wouldn't be late if we hadn't driven 40 miles out of our way to see the world's largest ball of yarn.
Lois: You'll thank me later.