Tess: Being with a hero means accepting that hero's sacrifices.
Lois: That's where you're wrong. Being a hero's wife means never accepting defeat.

Tess: Being the world's greatest hero is a little bit different than being Satan's child.
Clark Luthor: Angel or Devil is in the eye of he who beholds it.

Lionel: Why don't you have me killed?
Tess: Because that's not who I am.

Lionel: You can't hide Alexander from me forever.
Tess: I'm saving him from an encore performance of Daddy Dearest.

You couldn't stare at me in my office?

Clark. Calling another woman at this hour. What would the illustrious Lois Lane think?

Tess: I thought I could handle that on my own. I'm so used to looking after myself.
Clark: You're part of my team now. I wasn't going to abandon you.

This might come as a surprise to you Clark, but I've never really identified with any saints.

Ollie: It's a little early for friend. Friendly? I can do friendly.
Tess: I'll take it. I was beginning to think the best I could do was 'frenemy.'
Ollie: I don't even know what that means.

Tess: If I recall correctly, your cureall was two raw eggs and a Belgian beer.
Ollie: Let me tell you something Tess, I can do this whole 9 to 5 with you, alright? But I draw the line at happy hour.

Tess: Let me get this straight. Lois finds a necklace, gets possessed by an Egyptian goddess and now is flying around like Amelia Earhart minus the plane?
Oliver: Just another Friday night in Metropolis. Who's ready for the weekend?

Guess our assassin never was after Hello Kitty.