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Just before Clark falls, Zod stabs him on the right side of his stomach, as he falls the knife is seen on the center of his stomach.
If you pause right before Tess throws her first punch at Zod in the Fortress, you can clearly see that there is already blood on Zod's left cheek.
Right after Zod throws Lois toward the phone booth, his hands go down. In the very next shot of him, his hands are back up.
When Zod throws Lois at the phone booth, and Clark saves her, the window is completely shattered out of its frame as Clark takes her in his arm. However, when he lays her down, the same pane is only partly shattered with a jagged hole in the middle.
When Clark awakes in the barn, he opens the box left for him by Martha Kent. Clark sees the "S" emblem. However when the camera zooms in to Clark's eye to reveal the reflection, the symbol isn't backwards as a reflection should be.
Instead of using his x-ray vision in the opening scene, Clark pointlessly smashes through the wall of his own home to confirm there's nothing inside.
The password, 051409, that Chloe uses to enter Watchtower is the original airdate of "Doomsday" and the supposed day of Jimmy's death. However in "Savior," which took place three weeks after the events of "Doomsday," the date was revealed as September 25, 2009. Therefore, Jimmy's death took place in early September, not in May, making the date in the password seemingly irrelevant to Chloe.
Tess says she used a DNA cloak to get into Watchtower, using cell samples from Chloe. However, that doesn't account for how she got past Chloe's state-of-the-art high-tech voiceprint and fingerprint scanners, which we see when Chloe comes in. Given Chloe's knowledge and expertise, it seems unlikely in the extreme that she'd created flawed security systems covering all three elements.
When Lois punches Clark to destroy the pizza boy's phone, you can clearly see that the phone is off before it is even smashed.
Just before Lois is abducted, she is leaning against the alleyway wall on her right side. Later when Chloe shows Clark the video footage from above, Lois is leaning against the wall on her left side.
The two scenes of Lois coming out of the cake that are supposed to be the same scenes are clearly different. In the first one, she puts her hand on her hip then her hand under her chin and then blows a kiss. In the second one, she wraps her hand around her waist and blows a kiss straight away.
In the scene where Clark and Chloe are discussing the hidden Kryptonite weapons stored around the country, Clark turns to walk away and runs into the table.
Towards the end of the episode, when Oliver and Tess are sitting outside a café, the handle on Tess' coffee mug sometimes points to the left and sometimes to the right.
In the opening scene, a chessboard is shown, with the white king positioned at the D1 square, which is the white queen's starting position. As the scene shifts showing Waller, the white king is then seen at the E1 square, its own starting position.
It's never explained how or why Lott has Tess' chess piece, and yet Clark recognizes it as the exact same piece from her office's chessboard. In fact, given he's a hidden double-agent, holding evidence that would connect him to any other facet of the operation would be a huge breach of protocol for exactly the reason shown here: it incriminates another Checkmate agent.
Despite the fact that Lott is established as the high-profile CEO of a corporate manufacturing company, he walks down a dark, dirty alleyway to get to his car that is parked alone on the street.
When Zod "received" his text message, the phone was actually on a screen meant for composing messages, as there were menus for changing keyboard settings, and one of the options on the screen was "send."
Clark tells Chloe that part of his Fortress training involved learning how to be intimate with human women without harming them with his powers. But Zod, who only gained his power a few weeks ago and underwent no such training, is able to sleep with Tess with no ill-effects.
When the doctor puts the gun to Lois's head, it sounds like he is cocking a pistol. However, when the shot moves over to his hand, he is obviously holding a revolver.
When Lois is serving Clark dinner, and pours his beer, she doesn't pour it properly and has excess head. Then when the camera angle changes and Lois says "You wanted a more traditional relationship," the beer has been perfectly poured and the excess head instantly disappears.
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