|"Home Is Where the Hurt Is"|
Season 3, Episode 11
|Airdate||December 17th, 1995|
|Writer||Brad Buckner; Eugenie Ross-Leming; William M. Akers|
|Producer||Brad Buckner; Deborah Joy LeVine; Chris Long; John McNamara; Jim Michaels; Grant Rosenberg; Eugenie Ross-Leming; Chris Ruppenthal; Philip Sgriccia; Jimmy Simmons; Robert Singer; Randall Zisk|
|Starring||Dean Cain; Teri Hatcher; Lane Smith; Justin Whalin; Eddie Jones; K Callan|
|Next||"Never on Sunday"|
"Home Is Where the Hurt Is" is the eleventh episode of season three of the superhero action/romance series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. It was directed by Geoffrey Nottage with a script written by Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming based on a story treatment by William M. Akers. It premiered on ABC on Sunday, December 17th, 1995 at 8:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Dean Cain||Superman, Clark Kent|
|Teri Hatcher||Lois Lane|
|Lane Smith||Perry White|
|Justin Whalin||Jimmy Olsen|
|Eddie Jones||Jonathan Kent|
|K Callan||Martha Kent|
Guest Stars Edit
|Robert Carradine||Joey Bermuda|
|Beverly Garland||Ellen Lane|
|Harve Presnell||Doctor Sam Lane|
|Jessica Collins||Mindy Church|
|Kathy Trageser||Baby Gunderson|
|Anthony Powers||Crime House|
|Breck White||Cop #1|
|Ben McCain||TV anchorman|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman was developed for television by Deborah Joy LeVine.
- "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Home Is Where the Hurt Is" redirects to this page.
- "Lois & Clark: Home is Where the Hurt Is" also redirects to this page.
- This is the only episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman directed by Geoffrey Nottage.
- This is the first television work for writer William M. Akers. It is also his only work on the series.
- This is the second appearance of Sam Lane on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and the first time that he is played by actor Harve Presnell. He was previously played by Denis Arndt and appeared in the season one episode, "Requiem for a Superhero".
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