Martha Clark Kent
Alexander ('Lex') Joseph Luthor
Clark Kent/Kal-El of Krypton
Lana's bruise/graze on her forehead changes sides. When she first wakes up in the hospital it's on the left side of her head (her left), and remains there for that scene. When she next wakes up after being sedated and moved, the mark is on the right side (her right), and remains there for the rest of the episode.
The picture of Lana holding the chisel is taken using a camera phone. Later Chloe shows Clark a blow-up of this picture which is in perfect resolution. There is no way a camera phone picture could be blown up to this size and stay so sharp.
When Lana is inside Chloe's bedroom and she looks under the door she sees the shadow of her stalker and a lot of light entering the room, but when she steps outside - entering the Talon area - the place is in the dark, meaning that normally she couldn't have seen any shadows under the doorframe.
The paparazzi are totally silent outside the Talon, Lana doesn't notice them, and the security guards are completely unaware of them. Lana then goes outside, they all start making noise and snapping pictures, she goes back inside and they are totally quiet and there's no sign of flash bulbs through the windows inside.
Once again Clark superspeeds away from someone when they turn their back, in this case Jimmy while they're in Metropolis. But there are any number of ways Jimmy can find out that Clark arrived in Smallville (three hours away by car) from the police reports, the time Lana was rescued, etc.
When Lana Lang is in Clark Kent's room and looking through his desk drawer with the computer, you can see the hot cup steam appear and disappear between camera views.
Trivia: When Lex Luthor hands Clark Kent a wedding invitation, it says:
The honor of your presence is requested at the marriage of
Ms. Lana Lang
Mr. Alexander Luthor
On Saturday, the twenty-fourth of February
Two Thousand and Seven at Six O'clock in the evening Luthor Estate, Smallville, Kansas
Formal reception to follow.
The wedding happens on a Saturday evening.
Trivia: The necklace that Lana found in the cigar box, in Clark's room, is actually hers after Tina Greer gave it to Clark in order to kill him while she tried to be with Lana in the episode "Visage". The necklace then had all the kryptonite removed by the ship and hence leaving it a clear stone. The last time this necklace was seen was in the episode "Hereafter" where Jordan Cross had a premonition of Lana's death because of old age, wearing the necklace.
After the lingerie was left for Lana and the bodyguard found her outside, he doesn't radio the other guard to notify him of the situation, despite the fact he's wearing an earpiece.
Clark: Call Jimmy? Why don't you call him yourself?
Chloe: I can't. Um, we sort of broke up.
Clark: Does this have anything to do with me, in keeping my secret?
Chloe: No... and yes.
Lex: I just wanted to take a sleigh ride down memory lane... visit the scene of the crime. Hey! Here's where you took my fiancée after kidnapping her... right before you tried to kill me. Oh, what's the matter, Clark? Moral high ground starting to get slippery?
Chloe: (to Clark about Lana) She's been orbiting your secret for years and I think... that she may finally be coming in for landing.
Jimmy: (about Clark) He's not such a bad guy.
Chloe: Yeah... but he's no Jimmy Olsen.
Mack: What are you doing here?
Clark: Your job.
Martha: (to Lana) If you're taking the Luthor name, I guess armed guard and dodging the press go with the gold ring.
Lex: Looks like you're working out some issues there.
Clark: Just doing a little honest work, Lex. You should try it some time.
Lex: Why start now? My life's perfect.
Jimmy: I had a feeling this was coming. Look, Clark, despite our differences, I think you're a decent guy. Chloe obviously thinks you can walk on air, so...who am I to stand in the way?
Clark: Jimmy, hold on.
Jimmy: Look, but if you hurt her... I don't care how impossibly gigantic you are, I will chop you down like a cherry tree. And that... ain't no lie.
Clark: It's nice to see that you'd risk ending up in traction to protect Chloe's honor.
Jimmy: A girl like that -- worth spending the rest of my life in a body cast.
Clark: I feel the same way. As her friend, nothing more. I swear.
Chloe: So it's funny how the main streets from here to Smallville miraculously thawed out overnight. You have anything to do with that?
Clark: Nature's a mysterious creature.
Martha: Clark? What are you still doing out here?
Clark: Well, I'm still doing my chores.
Martha: Well, you usually finish those in about two minutes. How is it that I drove to Metropolis, attended the Children's Foundation Dinner, and made it back before you finished?
Clark: 'Cause I'm doing them the normal way.
Clark: Are we done?
Lex: Nothing left but the formalities.
(hands Clark his wedding invitation)
Lex: Don't look so surprised, Clark. Lana still cares about you, I know that. And I know what it would mean to her having you there.
Clark: Is that really what you want, Lex?
Lex: What I want? What I want to is to make Lana happy for the rest of her life. And I want you to be there on our wedding day to see what you lost. Make sure you RSVP. We'll need a head count for the reception.
Lana: Why are you still watching over me?
Clark: Maybe for the same reason you've been watching me.
International Air Dates:
Norway: May 27, 2007 on TVNorge
Belgium: January 5, 2008 on KanaalTwee
Australia: January 24, 2008 on Ten
Czech Republic: May 21, 2008 on TV Nova
New Zealand: July 25, 2008 on TV2
Slovakia: August 16, 2009 on Markiza
In-joke: Jimmy's remark to Clark that Chloe thinks he can practically walk on air is an obvious reference to Clark's future ability to fly.
The headline on the newspaper at the beginning of the episode refers to Lex and Lana as "Lexana". This is a term used by many fans when referring to their relationship.
Music: "Roadside" by Rise Against ("The Sufferer & The Witness")
Erica Durance and John Glover are credited but don't appear.
Chloe: First of all you're staying here until we catch Norman Bates
Norman Bates is the killer played by Anthony Perkins in the 1960 movie Psycho, and its sequels, based on the novel by Robert Bloch.
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