"Oh my God! Why did you put all the whipped cream on your arms? Are all aliens that stupid?"
Oh. I didn't notice the two speech bubbles - let me give Jor El's response:"That's just how we eat."
Jor-El: Hey, you're not Dwayne Johnson.Clark: If I was, there'd be milk in the fridge.
"Dude! Put some pants on!"
"Woman-in-fridge" syndrome isn't the same without the woman.""That's offensive."
"I'm the ghost of Christmas leftovers, Scrooge Kent!"
Jor-El is alive? Or is that a ghost?These are not suggested captions. They're just questions I have because I thought Jor-El was dead. And yet apparently he's here playing some weird sex game with his son. I don't know why I assumed it was a weird sex game. Maybe because he's got whipped cream all over him and he's wearing a wife-beater crossed with a Snuggie. Maybe because I read Tony's comment and can't imagine what "woman-in-fridge syndrome is, and I'm afraid to Google it because I'm on my work computer. Ok, I just googled it and it's not something weird. Congrats, Tony, for knowing stuff about stuff.I have no caption. I'm at a loss.
In the context of this scene, Jor-El is a ghost. Or maybe a hallucination brought on by eating too much pie at midnight. I don't know what woman-in-fridge syndrome is either and like you I was hesitant to look it up.
I don't get Michael's, either. It's like I stumbled into a parallel blogosphere where all the comments refer to things that didn't happen in my timeline.COOL. I'm going to go find Evil Me.
Clark: WT????!!Jor-El: Would you like a little kryptonite with that midnight snack?