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Chloe: Oh, come on, who doesn't love the story
of a small-town boy who grows up to save
the world from the evil Devilicus?

Clark: l didn't know
you were such an avid follower.

Chloe: l'm not. lt's just, right now,
fiction's a lot more appealing than reality.
l mean, you know, dating is so overrated. She just broke up with her
boyfriend. So is it Who needs dating?
Who really needs the extra added headache
of worrying about tables for two and wardrobe remorse
on a movie night?
Worry about your clothes when you're going to the theater?
ln other words, l've had plenty of free time
to create Kara's fake back-story. Past?
Your cousin's secret identity
is practically Google-proof. Legit?

Clark: That's great. Maybe when she clears her head Comes to her senses?
and comes home, she'll appreciate it.
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l mean, you know, dating is so overrated. She just broke up with her boyfriend. So is it Who needs dating? It seems that Chloe is feeling sorry for herself and is indulging in a bit of a rant about dating. Saying that something is "overrated" is just a way to say that it has a reputation for being better that it actually is in reality.

of worrying about tables for two and wardrobe remorse
on a movie night?
Worry about your clothes when you're going to the theater? Literally yes, but this is just part of her rant about dating. She isn't really worried about clothes or tables for two she is unhappy about how things turned out with her boyfriend.

Your other suggestions are fine.
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Thanks, Ray!