Robert (a member of staff at the Planet)
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Clark Kent is not having a good day. His editor, Bill Loving, is very grudging about giving him time off
to help Lois recuperate after her shooting. Jack Ryder is barely moving after the death of his cameraman. Jimmy
Olsen confesses that it was he, not Ryder, that got Clark's old job. And Lois discovers some of Lana Lang's
underwear in their apartment. All of this adds up to a very awkward family gathering. The tension is unlikely
to be relieved, but two repo-men turn up to reposses Jonathan Kent's truck - a truck that has been fully paid for.
And when the family tries to stop the repossession, the younger, scrawnier repo-man suddenly demonstrates great
strength and grows in size. His purpose is to beat up Superman, just like a white-haired man (Gog) told him he'd
be able to do.