Superman 80 page giant was good throughout the whole book, even the weaker stories were helped out by some good art (Trevor McCarthy's Supergirl was great). We also reach the point where Wildcat (the comic one) officially knows everyone in the DC Universe.
Take heed though: the Paul Tobin & Colleen Coover Lois story does not have Coover's art. But it's still fun nonetheless.
The Jimmy Olsen story is where he was cloned and all the clones live lives and die quickly, with this nice scene that is more like Nick Spencer's stories, keeping the wackiness:
Jimmy and Superman eating ice cream in the morgue, who knew strawberry was so deadly?
And Secret Six #30 was great top to bottom, with Bane's first "date":
Scandal's girlfriend sets him up with a girl at the strip club who looks like Scandal:
Good week for DC so far, even with events in Brightest Day #19, plus a Krypto bellyrub