General Slade Wilson: Gentlemen, every person under our protection lies in wait for that leader that will rescue them from poverty. From violence. Even from Satanism. They will hail him as their new hero. Heroes like Joseph Stalin, Adolph Hitler, Saddam Hussein. In the hearts of their countrymen, these men rose as saviors. Only turning into tyrants once they had secured the trust of their nations.
General Slade Wilson: It's time we took these heroes under our control, and prove who is really fighting for truth, justice, and the American Way.
Lois: I have serious concerns about the legitimacy of this mystery hero. Who would be stupid enough to stand up and register?
Lois: Are you out of your mind? The VRA is a steaming pile of Spanish Inquisition served up with a side of fear and loathing.
Oliver: Gee, Lois, why don't you go just ahead and say what you really feel about this whole thing. We have to find out what happens when someone registers.
Lois: I get it. Somebody needs to be a hero, and you're the only one who...
Oliver: You stick your foot any further in your mouth, and you might end up losing a shoe.
General Slade Wilson: I see you're not just a Lane in name, but attitude as well.
Lois: My dad always said I was made of more brass than his medals.
Clark: I'm not going to let you continue destroying people's faith in justice.
General Slade Wilson: Made of steel, or just a man? You can't be both.
Clark: Shut it down. Let me help you.
General Slade Wilson: I'd rather die for my country, than be saved by an abomination by you.
Clark: You asked me a question. I guess you'll get your answer. I am man... and steel.
A.C.: Don't let an overzealous warhawk shake your faith in people, Clark. Your endless optimism is the one thing I actually like about you.
Clark: You learn that vocabulary from Mera?
Clark: I thought if I told Lois my secret, everything would fall into place. I guess I've kept her on the outside.
A.C.: The away games don't matter unless you win the ones at home, too, which you definitely can't do if you refuse to have a co-captain. All I'm saying is, If anyone can handle you and what you do, it's Lois. But you can't bring her on the team and keep her benched. The question is, can you handle that?
Mera: You do carry a lot of baggage.
Lois: Seriously, don't make me take my hair dryer out and shrivel you.
Mera: You make a good partner for him, Lois. In your own way.
Lois: If he lets me.
Mera: It took months, and more than just a few water blasts to the head, to get Orin to let me stand with him. Not just beside him.
Clark: Lois, how am I supposed to protect people, protect you, if I can't even protect myself from the darkness?
Lois: By not trying to do it alone. We're in this together now. All of us. And the team needs to know the bigger war we're fighting.
Mera: Look who skipped out of the forest. Doe-eyed Bambi searching.
Bambi is the deer in the 1942 Disney film of the same name.
Lois: Little Mermaid? Your prince and I dated for like a day.
Hans Christian Anderson penned the 1837 story of a young mermaid who gave up her life beneath the sea to gain a human soul and the love of a human prince.
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A.C.: You're gonna need a bigger cage.
In the movie Jaws (1975), Police Chief Martin Brody sees the great white shark clearly for the first time and says, "You're gonna need a bigger boat.