When Perry chews out Jimmy for reading a tabloid in the Daily Planet offices, the cover story of the National Whisper he is reading is entitled "Mysterious Flying Rat Terroizes Sewer Workers."
At Ms. Venom's tattoo parlor, after Clark burns out Ms. Venom's floppy disk he begins to whistle the Lois and Clark theme.
Lois: (talking to herself) Everything is fine. Except, I'm in a cage, in a bunker, underneath a mausoleum, in a cemetery, and nobody knows I'm here except a bunch of very strange people.
Dr. Kelly: Maybe you'd like your teeth rearranged?
Lois: You can try, Brunhilda.
Lois: (to Ms. Venom) Listen, if you can remember that name, I'll try and talk Clark here into letting you tattoo the Battle of Midway on his chest.
Ms. Venom: (To Clark) You have such a nice body; so smooth and hard like polished steel.
Lois: What kind of a person keeps a body frozen in a glass case?
Clark: Somebody who's having a hard time getting a date?
Lois: Clark, this is important; you can check your mail later!
Clark: Yeah but I'm expecting my... ah... cheese of the month club shipment.
Superman: You will take this to heart. You will memorize it. You will live it: the strong do not exploit weak; the powerful do not attack defenseless; and you do not use your x-ray vision to spy on women in a locker room.
Leslie Jordan, who plays "William Wallace Webster Walldecker", also played "Alan Morris" (the good invisible man) in the first season episode "I'm Looking Through You".
Don and Dan Stanton (the police officers at the end of this episode) appear in Terminator 2. Don plays Lewis the psychiatric guard, and the T-1000 version is played by Dan.