Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
Clark Kent/Kal-El of Krypton
Trivia: In true Lois fashion, the seventh rule has the word "beginning" misspelled with two "G"'s and only one "N."
When Chloe (as Lois) is with Clark in the Daily Planet Clark gets a police alert saying there is a standoff at Main and 5th. The same standoff alert at the same address was shown on Clark's computer screen in the previous episode "Turbulence."
Trivia: Lois' Rules of Reporting are as follows: 1. Always know your source; 2. Always make a good first impression (and don't screw up with the boss); 3. Do whatever it takes to get the story; 4. If something seems so weird to be true, it usually is; 5. Never take deadlines too seriously; 6. Triple check your facts.; 7. Put all the good stuff at the beginning.
Chloe: (in Lois' body): … Maybe you can superspeed over to this antique shop and dust off any leads.
Clark: Superspeed? We didn't even bring the car.
Chloe: What? It's okay, I'm Chloe. "Stood her up at formal" Chloe. "Planted one on you because Zod was ending the world" Chloe. "Krypton, Jor-El, Fortress, Brainiac" Chloe!
Lois: Hey! One year closer to the sweet release of death!
Chloe: How wonderfully morbid.
Zatanna: Rough birthday, huh?
Chloe: You ever seen the napalm scene in Apocalypse Now? More fire, less cake.
Zatanna: I can't ever totally make it up to you or your friends but I would like to try to make sure that something like this doesn't happen again.
Oliver: Here's a thought... don't do it again.
Lois: So, how long did it take for you to realize that I wasn't my usual charming self?
Clark: Well, I have to admit, I should have picked up on it sooner. You weren't as bossy as usual. And, Chloe let me drive.
Zatanna: Bravo. You found my book and pulled it off in style.
Green Arrow: I wish I could say I've had the pleasure.
Zatanna: Oh, please, Oliver. Ask a billionaire for help, and then a vigilante steals exactly what I ask for? You need to work on your sleight of hand.
Chloe: (telling Clark to jump) Come on, Clark. You can do this. Up, up and away.
Norway: Saturday, April 25, 2009 on TVNorge
Sweden: Friday, September 11, 2009 on TV6
New Zealand: Friday, October 9, 2009 on TV2
Czech Republic: April 7, 2010 on TV Nova
Turkey: June 27, 2010 on CNBC-e
Slovakia: June 14, 2012 on Markiza
Cassidy Freeman, Aaron Ashmore, and Sam Witwer are credited but don't appear.
In the comics, Zatanna (first appearance Hawkman #4 - Oct-Nov 1964) is the daughter of the Golden Age hero Zatara (who himself premiered in Action Comics #1 along with a certain Man of Steel...). Like her father, Zatanna can invoke almost any magical effect by concentrating and saying backward what she wishes to accomplish. She originally went to various Justice League members seeking their aid in finding her missing father - eventually they all joined together and she succeeded in her quest. A gifted stage performer, Zatanna originally wore her stage costume when superheroing, but later went through a variety of costume designs. Her powers have waxed and waned over the years. She has been an on-again/off-again member of the Justice League and is also a member of the Sentinels of Magic. In the WB animated universe she appeared in the Batman Animated episode "Zatanna," where she was shown to be a talented magician but had no backward-speaking magical abilities.
Chloe: It's just with all these Debbie ups and downers lately...
Referencing the character portrayed by Rachel Dratch on Saturday Night Live, who first appeared in a 2004 episode. Debbie was unrelenting downbeat, always announcing bad news and ruining everyone's good time.
Chloe: You ever seen the napalm scene in Apocalypse Now?
Referencing the 1979 movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Martin Sheen and Marlon Brando. The movie chronicles Captain Willard (Sheen) sent on a mission into the jungles of Cambodia to find a renegade Green Beret (Brando) who has set himself up as a god among the natives.
Clark: If you're referring to the "just the facts, ma'am" routine…
Referencing Joe Friday, the main character in the Dragnet series (1951-59, 1967-70), portrayed by Jack Webb. The police detective avoided showing emotion as much as possible, and would often interrupt a witness going off on a tangent by stating "Just the facts, ma'am."
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