Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman (and Clark) is something that Christopher Reeve would be proud of. This is a Superman that has been absent from comics and movies for sometime. Tyler’s Superman comes across as the gentle giant who’s humbleness knows no bounds. He is the kind of person who would own a room with presence alone yet yield to the softest voice trying to speak up. This Superman is in command of everything but never gives an order. He is sweet, funny and yet, you would NEVER want to see him get angry. His power demands respect. How Tyler, the writers, and the producers found the balance for this is astounding!
I just thought of something funny about the "Mr. Greg" episode, that you can clearly see that, unlike other musical episodes in other series where they are supposed to be talking but the viewer sees it as a song, here they are actually singing. So I thought "Why would Pearl start singing out loud about Greg and Rose right in front of him?" and I remembered that she doesn't know how sleeping works so maybe she thought that your senses turn off and didn't expect for them to hear her XD