Lana Lang: That's the thing about Clark Kent. He's not always there when you want him... but he's always there when you need him.
In the head on shot of the car that almost hits Mr. Altman you see the driver of that car react by turning his car to the left. In the very next shot, as Clark and Mr. Altman are just coming to a stop after Clark's high speed rescue, the driver is now turning his car to the right, as shown by which way his wheels are turned. See more...
When Lex visits Cassandra and asks her to see his future, she sees a vision of him in the White House. This is a reference to the modern-day Superman comic books, in which Luthor is now the U.S. president. See more...
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|Original entry||When Mr. Luthor was buying the corn field from the farmer he says: 'Now, where do I sign?' The farmer replies: 'Right here Mr. Luthor' and points at the contract. Even though we can only see a profile shot of the farmer as he says these words it is pretty obvious that his mouth isn't moving.|