I’ve been waiting out that marriage for years!

Teri Hatcher Unhitched
Not even Superman could save Teri Hatcher’s marriage.
The ex-Lois Lane has filed for divorce from her husband of eight years, actor Jon Tenney, citing the usual bugaboo, “irreconcilable differences.”
According to a petition submitted in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, the couple have agreed to joint custody of their five-year-old daughter, Emerson Rose, but she will live with Hatcher, Los Angeles’ City News Service reports.
No immediate word on how the actors will split their assets.
Hatcher and Tenney met on a blind date and married in May 1994. Emerson Rose was born three years later.
This is the second marriage to end in divorce for Hatcher, 38. Her first, to personal trainer Markus Leithold, imploded after a mere 10 months in 1988.
A onetime mermaid on The Love Boat, Hatcher shot to fame opposite Dean Cain on ABC’s Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which ran from 1993 to 1997 and made her one of the Internet’s most popular downloads. Stints as a Bond babe in Tomorrow Never Dies and as Jerry’s well-endowed date Sidra (“they’re real and they’re fabulous”) on Seinfeld didn’t hurt, either.
More recently, Hatcher has cranked out TV movies (Running Mates, Jane Doe), starred as Sally Bowles in the national tour of Cabaret and appeared in Spy Kids, but received her biggest exposure hawking Radio Shack products alongside Howie Long and Ving Rhames.
Hatcher has two indie movies in the pipeline for 2003–Momentum, a drama costarring Louis Gossett Jr., and Two Girls from Lemoore, a comedy with Ally McBeal’s Portia de Rossi.
Tenney, 41, has bounced around Hollywood for years and is probably best known for his stint as the top cop on the CBS series Brooklyn South. His rÈsumÈ also includes You Can Count on Me, Fools Rush In, Tombstone, Lassie, Free Willy 2, Beverly Hills Cop III and a 2001 episode of Will & Grace. His next role is in a film called Second Born, due out later this year.