Originally Posted by Brian Braddock
Don't see Lois thought process going any other way than 'Gee, my kid's got Superman's powers. Funny, I don't recall sleeping with Superman..........'
It was well established that Jason was frail and sickly. So it was quite sensible for Lois to assume he was normal/mortal. The first manifestation of a “superpower” was, therefore, the reason
for her surprise. All indications are that Jason’s true paternity was never a mystery to Lois.
Originally Posted by Excelsior.
That reminds me, exactly which pieces of the plots of the first two Superman Returns ignored and which pieces it cherry picked is a chore to figure out.
contained certain details which were vaguely consistent
with events in SII
. For example, the fact that Lois and Supes had sex at least once. But consistency doesn’t imply strict continuity. Without a more explicit
reference (say, some dialogue about a silver bed at the FOS) there’s no explicit
connection between SR
. Thus, we can’t assume that because a romantic tryst is common to both movies, the amnesia kiss must be too.