Superman And Lois has been rocking our world since the show started back up, not too long ago. The last few episodes have been full of crazy reveals. This includes the identity of Captain Luthor, who is secretly John Henry Irons. In the newest episode, though, a secret is revealed about Lois Lane!
From this point on this article will contain spoilers for Superman And Lois Episode 8 “Holding The Wrench”.
Last week’s episode, along with this one, finally shed some light on the mysterious stranger. It wasn’t just his identity that was revealed but his entire life, more or less. We saw many of the events from his Earth from his point of view.
On his Earth not only was he married to Lois Lane, but Superman is the one who murdered her. This is why he’s so adamant in his hatred for her and determined to end the Man Of Steel’s life.
One other big thing we learned was that Irons and Lois had a daughter on this alternate Earth named Natalie. That alone was already a big reveal and helped to explain John’s thought process. It pales in comparison to what Lois reveals to her therapist.
That’s right, she finally decides to talk to someone and get the help she may very well need. It’s during this therapy session, that plays out throughout the episode, where a secret is revealed about Lois Lane.
At one point in time, Lois Lane was actually pregnant with a third child. A girl, who she lost in a miscarriage. As if that wasn’t crazy enough, her and Clark had already decided on a name and we’re sure you can guess where this is going.
That’s right, had Lois carried the baby to term they would have named the child Natalie.
All of this leads to Lois having something of an emotional breakdown, in a gutwrenching scene.
So, what do you think about this information? Do you think it could possibly be relevant to the rest of season? We’re not sure yet, but it’s certainly interesting! Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Superman And Lois airs Tuesdays on The CW.
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