Lois: “So, are you going to be starting down in the mail room?” Clark: “No. I’m going to be a little bit closer to home. Looks like we’re going to be neighbors, Lane.” Lois (scoffs to herself): “You’ve got to be kidding me.”
“I, Clark Kent, take you, Lois Lane, to be my companion, forever. With you by my side I will never be alone. Though the world sees a strong and independent woman, I’ve never known someone with such gentle grace and more pure heart. When I’ve been lost you’ve always been there to bring me back, so on this day, at this moment, I pledge the rest of my life to you. You’ve always believed in me, and I believe in you. When you believe in someone it’s not for a minute, or just for now, it’s forever."
i dont understand the lana and clark vs the lois and clark. lana and clark were very good couple, when they were one, but they never could really get and stay together, dont get me wrong i enjoyed them, but when lana turned to lex luthor, thats when it was all off for me, she seemed like a good fit for lex, like she could have been the one that stopped him from being the evil one. she couldnt really be the one clark needs, she had to be his equal. iunno. as for lois when she started likeing him it felt right, i loved it really the love they shared was right for me. i think the ships should be happy lana got her dream come true might not be with clark but she gets to save the world. and clark gets lois who grounds him and challenges him. im in awe of what smallville did with both, clark and lana had some great moments and so did lois and clark. ahhh im ranting. im still shipping clark and lois.
Lois: I realize hand-eye coordination isn’t one of your strong suits. Here, let me help you with that. Clark: [Annoyed] Lois, I’m not sure what I’m gonna do without you. Lois: Ah, come on, Clark, your future is laid out right in front of you. You’re gonna go to community college, major in agriculture, probably minor in law enforcement. And then you and Lana are gonna have a nice little church wedding. Clark: Excuse me? Lois: It’s written in the stars and you know it. It’s only a matter of time before you join the bowling league, take over the family farm, and then, well, you and Lana can bring little Clark junior into the world. Clark: I think you’re hallucinating. Lois: No. Hallucinating would be imagining Clark Kent going off to the big city to make his mark in the world. I’m just being realistic.