Clark Kent/Kal-El of Krypton
Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
When Lois and Clark are taken by the crystal, they are seen flying out through the window so all the broken glass should be outside or on the ledge of the window (as can be seen.) But then Chloe picks up the crystal on the floor where broken glass can be seen (which gives credit to her telling that it is a bird that flew in the window).
When Clark and Kara are brought back from the Phantom Zone the blood that they had on their faces is now all gone. Even though they are able to heal when they return to Earth they should still have some dried blood on them.
When Faora holds Chloe up by the neck, Chloe says she can't breathe. But if that were the case, she shouldn't be able to speak either.
When Lois tossed the package containing the Crystal to Clark, you can see that it's already been opened.
Kara: Take my blood.
Kara: It'll open the portal and take you home, okay?
Clark: You are my home. Do you hear me? You're my family. You make me feel like I actually belong.
(Chloe asks Oliver to steal a piece of equipment)
Oliver: Who does this fancy piece of equipment belong to?
Chloe: Tess Mercer
Oliver: Mercy. Well why didn't you just say so?
(Clark enters the farm house. Oliver is already inside)
Oliver: Hallmark didn't have any "Welcome back to Earth" cards. So..
Clark: It's nice to see everyone has a key to this place.
Clark: You didn't like it here, remember? The rooster woke you up every morning.
Lois: Yeah, but at least the rooster only crows once. You try sharing walls with pre-wedding Chloe and Jimmy.
Clark: I didn't need to know that.
Tess: Not quite the bachelor pad I had imagined.
Chloe: Is Clark expecting you or is this another one of your daily break-ins?
Tess: Look at you. So eager to cover his tracks. Blind loyalty can be dangerous, Chloe.
Chloe: That means a lot coming from the protégé of Lex Luthor.
Davis: Is this a bad time?
Chloe: It's just one of those days when I feel like my friends have left the planet?
Chloe: You know, Oliver, for a guy with three cellphones, you sure are hard to get ahold of.
Faora: I need to find my son.
Tess: Your son? I have to admit, it's difficult to imagine a mini Lois running around.
Chloe: What did you do with Lois?
Faora: I needed her vessel. Not my first choice, but surprisingly flexible.
Tess: Who do you work for?
Green Arrow: I'm self-employed. It's sort of an occupational safety hazard.
Tess: Oh. Well, then you know that getting blood out of leather can be a total bitch.
Oliver: That still doesn't explain how you're hacking into that crystal, Chloe. It's not hooked up to anything, there's no computer here.
Chloe: Do I tell you how to shoot your arrows? I don't think so. Stay back.
Chloe: Does the name "Faora" ring any bells? Strong, quick, hater of man?
Faora: You don't recognize me... but you are the spitting image of your father.
Davis: Okay. Lois, you gotta reason with me. What kind of drugs did you take--pills, powder, paste? Don't tell me you didn't inject anything.
Faora: You don't know who you are. You experience blackouts? Hours of your life mysteriously lost? Your body's still evolving.
Davis: Okay, um... how do you know that?
Faora: Before we were Phantoms, Zod and I were unable to have children. So we created you.
Davis: You, uh, created me...
Faora: You arrived here as genetic matter, containing our planet's most powerful life-forms so that, in time, you would evolve to become Earth's ultimate destroyer.
Davis: I drive an ambulance.
Faora: The duty of a child is to continue the legacy his parents began. Our family is meant to take this planet as our own. And after seeing you with these humans, I realize that you're still too weak to fulfill your destiny. (Faora breaks off piece of metal from hospital bed and impales Davis) Trust me, my son. That which kills you makes you stronger. I'll be back when you're ready.
Lois: I just came from Tess. I got a raise.
Clark: Why would she give you a raise?
Lois: Because I'm me. Hello.
Oliver: Phantom Zone, huh? Seriously, who names these things?
Chloe: Picture an alien Alcatraz, and if I don't bail Clark out soon, who knows that kind of havoc Lo-Bot will leave in her wake.
Lois: I don't want to die here, Clark!
Clark: All we have to do is keep an eye out for each other, okay. We'll be fine.
Lois: We're not fine. We're standing on our graves. We're going to die, us together. No more farmhouse, no more Daily Planet!
Clark: Listen to me! Listen to me. No one's gonna mess with Lois and Clark, all right.
Lois: They better not.
The episode received a 2009 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series.
Norway: Saturday, February 21, 2009 on TVNorge
Sweden: Friday, July 10, 2009 on TV6
Czech Republic: March 24, 2010 on TV Nova
Turkey: April 25, 2010 on CNBC-e
Slovakia: May 30, 2012 on Markiza
Aaron Ashmore is credited but doesn't appear.
Lois: This is our DeLorean?
Referencing the time-traveling machine from the three Back to the Future movies. The trilogy, starring Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly, features the main character jumping back and forth through time. Despite Lois' comments, the DeLorean doesn't travel through space when transporting until the animated series (1991-92).
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