ERICA DURANCE ALWAYS

You must really care about her, storming in here. Very gallant of you.

Erica Durance on Tom Welling & playing future Lois Lane —
IGN: The 200th episode, “Homecoming,” had some really interesting material, where we got to see what I guess I’d call ‘the classic Lois of the future.’ […] Was that fun for you, to get to jump into that Lois we know?

Durance: Absolutely! And having the glasses on Tom… He’s so modest and cute about it with the glasses and I’m always trying to shove them on his face and he’s like, “Ah!” It’s just so classically the way that Clark is anyway, so it was really great. And we had the guidance of Jeannot [Szwarc], our director — who’d even worked with Christopher Reeve before — so we had a really good guiding hand. But because I’m a fan of the mythology, I was totally titillated by the idea. “Oh my gosh, we’re doing it!” And people are looking at me and I’m going, “I know, I know! I’m stepping outside of myself, but look at what we’re doing!” I’m always kind of the peppy one that’s doing that.

You know, you see Clark in the old getup where he looks like [classic] Clark in the elevator. That shot, I was… That was a super fan moment. I went running up to him and I went, “Oh my god! You look just like Superman!” Then I go, “Yeah, yeah, yeah… I know.” He just laughs.

You know what Lois likes to see when she comes home.  Pants.  Pants on everyone.

ERICA DURANCE - SEASON 8 IDENTITY:
Mairzee Almas: This is an ad lib, when she says, “Watch me!” 
Brian Peterson: Oh, is it? 
Mairzee Almas: Yeah, it is, yeah.
 
Brian Peterson: It’s good!
 
Mairzee Almas: I did a couple of versions, I did one without it as well. And she’s, “Oh, please, can I just do this, watch me!” Absolutely! It’s fantastic.
— DVD Commentary for Identity (Season 8)

"Erica [Durance] is to die for gorgeous and one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. She’s very funny and a consummate pro. She and Tom [Welling] are hilarious together both on and off camera. Tom likes to have fun, and because he’s such a cool dude the set is relaxed and joyful. I think that’s a big part of what you see on the screen; people really enjoying themselves and very happy to be where they are.

— Blu Mankuma talks about working with Tom Welling and Erica Durance

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