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Lex: I warned you to stay away from the Kents.

Roger: Well, let me guess. This is where you remind me of all the terrible things you can have done to me.

Lex: Roger, as I'm sure you're well aware, I'm a little pre-occupied at the moment.
I don't have time to deal with your petty annoyances. Lex is annoyed by Roger or vice versa?

Nixon: Be nice Lex. Or I may not let you bid (overpay?) on my discovery. And I know you want to... especially when you consider all your interest in (channel all his attention to?) the, uh, crash site, and the Kents.

Lex: What was found out there has nothing to do with the Kents or with you.

Nixon: Are you certain?

Lex: Roger, for all your bravado, you have yet to show me anything. You still haven't shown me anything and you're talking big words?
Roger: I'll show you all the evidence you need. Tonight. And you'll see for yourself,
there's a whole lot more (many other rhings to see in him?) to your friend Clark Kent than meets the eye.

Lex: I swear, if you harass Clark or his parents--

Roger: Who said anything about harassment? Maybe I'll just tell them the truth--that you
turned me on to them. Made him investigate them?
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Madhulk Lex: I warned you to stay away from the Kents.

Roger: Well, let me guess. This is where you remind me of all the terrible things you can have done to me.

Lex: Roger, as I'm sure you're well aware, I'm a little pre-occupied at the moment.

I don't have time to deal with your petty annoyances. Lex is annoyed by Roger or vice versa? Not exactly. Lex tells Roger not to bother him with trivial issues, because he's too busy. He considers Roger's problems to be unimportant nuisances.

Nixon: Be nice Lex. Or I may not let you bid (overpay?) on my discovery. And I know you want to... especially when you consider all your interest in (channel all his attention to?) the, uh, crash site, and the Kents. (I think you're wrong on both counts. - When we consider how important the crash site is to you personally, it's clear that you'd like to offer me something (money?) for what I discovered.

Lex: What was found out there has nothing to do with the Kents or with you.

Nixon: Are you certain?

Lex: Roger, for all your bravado, you have yet to show me anything. You still haven't shown me anything and you're talking big words? Right.
Roger: I'll show you all the evidence you need. Tonight. And you'll see for yourself,

there's a whole lot more (many other rhings to see in him?) to your friend Clark Kent than meets the eye. The expression is, "more than meets the eye." It's often figurative. You may think you know this person, but there are many important things that you don't know about him. (With some people, what you see is what you get, but that's not the case with Clark Kent.)

Lex: I swear, if you harass Clark or his parents--

Roger: Who said anything about harassment? Maybe I'll just tell them the truth--that you

turned me on to them. Made him investigate them? called them to his attention. - pointed them out - enabled the investigation

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