Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: Lionel calls his company Lexcorp, however in subsequent episodes it is renamed to LuthorCorp.

Correction: Lionel's company is LutherCorp. Lex's company is LexCorp.


Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Clark (again in his imagined football game) begins to run down field, he knocks 4 defensive players out of his way. These are numbers 82, 72,66, and 55. When he has run many yards, not only does 82 jump and miss him again (from the front) but he jumps over the same 4 players, in the same order they were lined up before, to land in the endzone. (00:16:40)

Correction: It was a fantasy. He can imagine jumping the same players again if he wants to.

Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When the meteor shower occurs, Lionel is signing the contract to buy the factory. However, it comes up in a later episode that Luthorcorp is only able to buy the factory once Johnathan talks the owner into it, after Lionel got him and Martha adoption papers for Clark, which of course they didn't need until after the meteor shower. (00:02:50)

Correction: Pete's family owned the creamed corn factory that Luthorcorp turned into the fertilizer plant. The farmer that he was signing a deal with that day may have owned other land in Smallville that Lionel was there to purchase.

Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: In this episode, Clark's ship is completely different to the one shown in later episodes. (00:27:05)

Correction: The ship is designed so that the outer part we see in the pilot protects Clark in space from assorted dangers, then falls away due to friction in Earth's atmosphere (this can be seen on the DVD opening titles before the menus) & leaves the sturdier inner part intact for crash landing.

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