Reporters Clark, Lois, and Jimmy hope to find out who has been pulling a series of burglaries. Clues lead them to a nightclub which hosts Swami Armada, a phony mind reader, and Lois and Jimmy decide to set up a sting operation to catch the thieves.
Did You Know?
The two-seat sports car that Clark Kent is seen driving in this and other episodes of the second season is a Nash-Healey; a joint venture between Nash-Kelvinator and the British automaker Donald Healey in the early fifties. Sporting an Italian-made Pininfarina body, the Nash-Healey was the first American-made sports car post World War II. With a cost of about $6,000 it's amazing that Clark Kent could afford one on a reporter's salary. See more
When alone in the assistant's room, Kent (Superman) searches all the drawers and shuffles the contents. This seems unnecessary for someone who has x-ray vision and only has to look. See more