Continuity mistake: At the Talon, Clark tries to write his essay when Crissy shows up asking Clark to sign up for the decorations committee. Crissy holds her clipboard with her left hand and places her right hand on her hip. But in the next shot Crissy's right hand on the clipboard as well. Cut back to the previous angle and her right hand is back on her hip.
Continuity mistake: Clark tells his parents that he went to see his grandfather and that he asks to give the cashiers check to his mom. He takes it out of his pocket with his right hand and Martha Kent takes it with her left hand. Cut to a different angle but now it is Martha's left arm which is see being pulled back to her body as if she took the check using her right hand instead.
Revealing mistake: In the Talon when Crissy is talking to Clark, we see a close up of her hand aging. However, as her hand ages, a reflection of her real hand (which supposedly aged) can be seen on the metal clip of her clipboard, which is still young and smooth, and not aged.
Continuity mistake: As Clark walks into his grandfather's motel room, his hands are behind his back. He turns to face his grandfather and both hands are now in front of him holding the photo album. The next shot shows him in the foreground raising his left arm from his side to hold the album.
Continuity mistake: When Clark arrives late for school in Lex's car, he is stopped by principal Reynolds who tells him that he should have been there four minutes ago and points at his watch with his right hand. Cut to a different angle but now he is pointing at Clark with his right hand.
Continuity mistake: Clark rushes to get to school in Lex's car and we see principal Reynolds closing the gate to the school. In the close up, we see that the principal is off to the left of the lock of the gate. Cut to a different angle (his back to the camera) just as Clark arrives in Lex's car but now he is standing in front of the gate lock.
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