This is the second episode in which sings on stage. The first occassion was in the first season episode "I've Got a Crush On You".
When the clone-Lois was looking for Red's Dockside Plumbing in the Yellow Pages, the ad just above it was SGRICCIA Plumbing and Heating. Philip Sgriccia was one of the producers on L&C.
Lex: Lest you forget, Kent, she was once my intended. The fact that I knew some aspects of her and you others, can be an asset to our search.
Clark: Where'd you see her last?
Lex: Outside a bank. She'd just kicked me in the jaw.
(Clark grins in spite of himself)
Clark: That's Lois.
Lex: She's an amazing woman. I've never known anyone like her.
Lex: Stupidly so, at times.
Clark: I try to get her to take it easy, but...
Lex: ... She won't listen. And yet, when she's sad, and she cries...
Clark: You wanna die.
Lex: Tell me about it.
Lois Clone: You're ignoring me. I hate that.
Superman: (trying not to be angry) I'm not ignoring you. I just had some lives to save.
Lois Clone: You never have time for me! Maybe I should just move to L.A. and become a super model.
Superman: That's not true. I always have time for you... (he hears a distant cry for help) Except now.
Lex: Look. I wrote the checks that got you made. I am God. And God can smite you down.
Lois Clone: What's 'smite' mean?
Lex: Loose lips sink ships
Lois: You can give yourself up, and finish your time
Lex: I was doing a double life sentence
Lois: You can catch up on your reading
In this episode Teri Hatcher makes her second dual role as Lois's Clone, also its the third dual role in the series.
The song Lois sings in Bibbo's club is Janis Joplin's "Nobody Wants You When You're Done and Out".
Bibbo Bibbowski s a supporting character in Superman comics. He first appeared in Adventures of Superman #428. In the Superman comics, the Ace O' Clubs exists in the Suicides Slums as it does here. In the comics, Bibbo eventually becomes the owner of the Ace O' Clubs. He's portrayed as being not too bright, and as being a big fan of Superman due to the hero's incredible strength.