Goof: When Lois enters the apartment and takes Clark's turn playing checkers, she jumps her own men. This is not a legal move in the game.
Clark's parents are visiting Metropolis to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary here.
If you look closely, you can see a picture of Superman in Lois' wallet when she goes to pay the crazy taxi driver towards the end of the episode.
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.
We learn there is something Bobby Bigmouth won't eat- a pickle!
Nitpick: Clark is shot three times in the chest at fairly close range and no one, not even Lois who puts her hands on Clark's chest, notices that there is no blood at all.
Goof: When Lois is pushed out of her apartment it's as if she's falling from the top of a skyscraper, but other times in the series when Lois' apartment is shown, it's only on the 2nd floor.
Goof: When Lois is in the car calling Clark to go in and put on the Army uniform to visit Fort Truman, it's night time. When they get there, it's daytime.
Goof: When Lois and Clark are in the meeting room talking about Strand, there is a visible reflection of the boom-mic in the glass, just above her head.
When Perry gives Jimmy complimentary tickets to the charity ball, Jimmy asks him, "Does this mean that I have to buy a tie?" At the charity ball, Jimmy is not wearing a tie, indicating that he didn't buy one after all. Then again, he ended up going to the ball stag, so maybe he just didn't feel like wearing one with no one to impress.
When Bill Church is going to his underground sanctuary, he is whistling "Fly Me To The Moon" which is the song Lois and Superman will dance to at the end of the episode.
Goof: When the bug is buzzing around at the planet Clark catches it, says he is going to let it loose outside, then he takes it back as Superman where it originated, he breaks through the wall you can see his hands open he is not holding anything, then suddenly he has it in his hand and crushes it.
The picture of Lois Lane on the scoreboard in the sports section is at Oriole Park at Camden Yards which is located in Baltimore, Maryland.
Goof: Near the end of the episode, Superman uses laser vision to stop the lights on a car which cause paralysis, we do not see the red lines usually drawn in visual effects to illustrate he is using his laser vision.
This is the first time he has used his laser vision with there being no accompanying visual effect.
Goof: When Lois' barrel fills with water, it reaches her face. But when Superman starts lifting it out of the water, the water immediately begins to recede, even though she is not yet out of the water, and the only way the water could be coming in is from the top where the lid's seal is not watertight. The water should have continued to rise, and would not have run out even after it was pulled up unless it was overturned. And then when it is overturned, only a small amount of water runs out. Finally, Superman's suit is not wet after the rescue, just his face and hair- you can see a drip spot on his left shoulder.
Goof: Hoffman leaves a message for Lois on a tissue written with a black marker. But the message is not seen through the tissue when he is cleaning his glasses. Marker ink would have gone through the tissue and been easily visible from both sides.
Lois is annoyed but not surprised when she learns that Sheldon Bender is the attorney of Thorp's company Viologic. Bender was the attorney of Lex Luthor before he jumped off a building in the first season finale "The House of Luthor".
Goof: Thorp's henchman Wick has a nervous habit of constantly rotating a pair of balls in his hand. But in the teaser Wick drops one of the balls, and continues to rotate the single ball in his hand. Someone with such a habit would undoubtedly be more dexterous than that, and not made such a clumsy mistake. And even if he did, he would not have continued as if nothing had happened, but would have picked it up and started over again with both balls.
Nitpick: When Clark is at his apartment and looks at the newspaper stack that was just delivered across the street, he didn't lower his glasses when zooming in on the story as he usually does.
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