JONATHAN: I don't know about this costume thing, Clark.
CLARK: It'll work. It has to. If I have an effective disguise, I won't have to worry about people finding out about me.
MARTHA: Come on. Let's get started... What about that one?
CLARK: I don't know. It's certainly... colorful. What do you think?
MARTHA: One thing's for sure. Nobody's going to be looking at your face.
MARTHA: Well, they don't call them tights for nothing. I don't know... something's missing. Something...
CLARK: I'd forgotten about that.
MARTHA: The blanket we found you in. So long ago. Your parents would have been proud of you. We are.
CLARK: Thanks, Mom. I'm not sure about the cape.
MARTHA: Really? I love it. It'll look grand when you're flying. Here, try the mask on.