Lois & Clark:
The New Adventures of Superman
Season 3, Episode 9
Air date November 26, 1995
Written by Chris Ruppenthal
Directed by James Bagdonas
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Lois and Clark must put their wedding plans on hold to investigate a Nazi organization which is trying to take over Metropolis.



a female Nazi awakens

Two years previously, three German soldiers are awakened from statis in Metropolis, where they are greeted by a U.S. Senator who helps them assimilate.

In the present day, it is shown there are sleeper cells planted through Metropolis and other American cities. This was actually a master plan authorized decades ago during the Second World War, where the original Nazis resorted to a farfetched plan should they face defeat. In addition to putting the three soldiers in statis, they also sent numbers of gifted children to the United States under the cover of refugee families, where these children would presumably grow up to become pillars of the community, prominent businessmen and other important people to help further the Nazis' plans, as well as recruit natives into a society called the National Society for a Better America, which would ultimately create the socialist utopia Hitler had sought. The three soldiers who awoken from statis are now also shown as as famous people, where two male soldiers are now a professional football player named "Steve Law" and a country singer named "Hank West" and a female soldier is now an underwear model by the name of "Lisa Rockford".


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Production details

  • When one of the Nazis is watching television, he watches Perfect Strangers. Bronson Pinchot, who was on that show, played the Prankster.