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Chloe: My dream career is over while Lois and Clark
are walking the beach with matching press passes
together.
Enjoy their careers as journalists?
Oh, and did I mention that i was actually able to hold on to
"happily ever after" for about 2.3 seconds
before my marriage imploded?
Oliver: Is this the part where you
belt out the soprano's aria and drive a dagger
into your corset?
Kill herself?

Chloe: It's just, I would love to know
how she does it.
Oliver: You know, chloe,
if I didn't know you any better, I'd say there was a hint
of jealousy in there.
Chloe: No. It's just with all these Debbie ups
and downers
(bad thing that occured?) lately, I guess it would be really nice
to leave it all behind and be back in the bullpen. Become a reporter again?
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MadhulkChloe: My dream career is over while Lois and Clark
are walking the beach with matching press passes
together.
Enjoy their careers as journalists?

I think there is an allusion to romance here, as walking the beach is certainly a romantic activity. It is also an "easy" thing to do, so their job is soft, as well. 'Press passes together' also indicates a link between the two people, much like a dual membership that a husband and wife would have in a club or a museum. My guess is that Chloe is jealous of more than just the success of their careers.
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MadhulkOliver: Is this the part where you
belt out the soprano's aria and drive a dagger
into your corset?
Kill herself?
Yes, but of course he doesn't think she really will kill herself.

I don't find any glaring problems with your other comments but it looks like the kind of thing where you have to see the episode to fully understand.
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Thanks, Ray![Y] Appreciate the help.
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Thanks, Philip! It does make sense. Clark is starting to fall for Lois.
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