"Season's Greetings" is the ninth episode of season two of the superhero romance series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and the thirty-first episode of the series overall. It was directed by Randall Zisk with a script written by series star Dean Cain. It first aired on ABC on December 4th, 1994. In this episode, Winslow P. Schott is a former toymaker who has been fired from his job. To avenge this injustice, he develops a substance that mentally regresses the behavior of anyone exposed to it, forcing them to act like children. It's a fun holiday season at the Daily Planet as the staff goof off and behave selfishly with their fantastic new toys. Even Superman is not immune to this "Toyman's" vendetta.
This is the first television appearance of the character of Winslow Schott, also known as the Toyman. The character was created by writer Don Cameron and artist Ed Dobrotka and first appeared in Action Comics #64 in September, 1943.
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