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Jimmy (After seeing Lois hasn't written anything yet):
Aren't articIes supposed to have words?

Lois: Oh, I just start with the best part What part would that be?
and work backwards.

Jimmy: Oh. My photo card has an equally
big blank spot that's dying to be fiIIed and I was just wondering if....
If you need eye candy to complement those prose, but it Iooks Iike--

Lois: Don't they put you guys on assignment?

Jimmy: Yeah, yeah. The little stuff. (small assignments?) But now that
the news is brought to you by the LutherCorp I need something really, really big
to stay off the gallows. Not to get into trouble with the boss?

Lois: Don't worry. Lex couldn't hate you
more than he hates me.

Jimmy: So why not give him a doubIe whammy? Double dose of a story?
Lois Lane and Jimmy OIsen in their big debut.
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MadhulkOh, I just start with the best part What part would that be?

Is there anything at all on the paper? It sounds as if she might be being flippant and talking, say, about her photo or byline. Otherwise it doesn't really mean anything more to me than what it says: the best (juiciest, most interesting) part of the story.
MadhulkThe little stuff. (small assignments?)
Yes.
Madhulkto stay off the gallows. Not to get into trouble with the boss?
I assume so.
Madhulkgive him a doubIe whammy? Double dose of a story?
The two of them collaborating on the same story is how I read it.
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Thanks, Mr Wordy. And no, there was nothing written on the paper.