At DVD timestamp 8:34 it is very easy to see that the alley they used is the same set as the ambulance bay in the show ER.
We learn some of Lois' favourite foods:
homemade chocolate eclairs,
double loin lamb chops vert pre,
fresh fruit supreme,
crab meat cocktail,
creamed holland herring,
bluepoint oysters on ice,
little neck clams on ice,
cold mulligatawny with apple,
soup or comsomme du jour and
Goof: When Lois and Clark are escaping, in the shots taken from the front of the car they are driving in, the car has no windshield.
Goof: After Superman throws Cole in the corner you hear the sound of the lever being pulled and the bells stop. But the lever pulling sound is still there when the scene cuts to Superman and he is nowhere near the lever.
Goof: At the end of the episode, Clark pours himself and Lois some champagne. In the glasses, it's nice and foamy at the top. The camera angle changes and suddenly all the foam is gone. When it switches back, the foam has reappeared.
If the gun was altered to allow it to fire by remote, why didn't the police labs notice it and start asking pertinent questions? Also, the videotape clearly shows Lois NOT having a finger on the gun's trigger, so the video should exonerate her, not convict her.
When Jimmy begins to age, he attempts to read the Daily Planet at arms length. This is typical of middle age as the cornea thickens, making it more difficult to focus on objects close to the eyes.
Lois and Clark's new address is listed as 348 Hyperion Avenue at the end of the episode.
Goof: When Lois is hugging Clark and sees her old self in the mirror, the old Lois has both arms around Clark. But Lois has only her left arm.
Trivia: This is the honeymoon episode, where Lois and Clark make love for the first time on the series.
Goof: During the duel between the Fox and Tempus, the Fox gets cut on the shoulder of his right arm, then the cut appears on his left arm, then it's back on the right arm.
Jimmy can apparently play the organ, just not very well. In this episode, he plays the wedding march for Lois and Clark's wedding and falls out of key.
Goof: When Superman lands to start the duel with Nor, you can distinctly see the strings attached to him to give him the appearance of flying.
Goof: When Nor is trying to kill Superman with the dray, Superman grabs hold of the round end of the dray and you can see his fingers imprinting in the ball. Clark and Nor were undoubtedly strong enough to affect the dray this was, but the imprint does not remain after Clark lets it go as it would if this had been the case. Most likely the prop was made of foam to prevent anyone from getting hurt by it.
The familiar Superman costume does not appear in this episode.
Nitpick: Why would Superman want to say goodbye to Jonathan and Martha Kent and at the Planet Office? It was okay for Lois, since he always claimed to be her friend, but Clark's parents? That's a bit odd. It's possible that Superman had met Clark's parents through Clark, however, and therefore might know them well enough for a public farewell.
Ching is revealed to be Kryptonian yet he is able to stand in a beam of kryptonite at the end of the episode and remain unharmed.
A new superpower is revealed in this episode, as Ching is shown speaking to Clark/Superman via telepathy. In the movie Superman II, Clark uses a form of telepathy in the form of a kiss to erase Lois' memory.
Nitpick: When Superman wonders how his Suit still fits even though he is shrinking, Dr. Klein explains that it is the "aura effect," that anything within a tenth of a millimeter is like a second skin. This doesn't explain why his cape shrinks with him, however.
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