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  • Season 9 Episode 12: Warrior

  • When Clark and Lois are talking in the Daily Planet; Lois is walking around talking on a corded phone, when she turns around after getting her coffee she is still holding the phone but the cord is gone. Then she walks past Clark and it reappears. When she says, "...anyone worth talking to," the phone line is hanging down. When she turns to face Clark, it is instantly taunt and pulling back toward Clark.

  • Trivia: The costumes Clark pulls out of Lois's closet are all ones she has worn on previous episodes during undercover investigations. The flag bikini is from the Season 5 episode "Exposed," the red leather jumpsuit is from the Season 6 episode "Combat," and the French maid's uniform is from the Season 8 episode "Odyssey."

  • Season 9 Episode 11: Absolute Justice

  • When Oliver and Chloe check out Pemberton's car, they find the journal. Oliver turns past the pages with his photo, and looks at the pages with Black Canary and Aquaman. However, in the next shot he hands it back to Chloe and the book has instantly flipped back to Oliver's pages.

  • Trivia: The items in the JSA brownstone are: boxing gloves (Wildcat, Ted Grant), Green Lantern power battery, ring, and mask (Green Lantern, Alan Scott), Winged Helmet (The Flash, Jay Garrick), Fair Play weight belt (Mr. Terrific, Terry Sloane), Hourglass (Hourman, Rex Tyler), and throwing knives (Hawkgirl, Shiera Hall)

  • When Green Arrow saved Stargirl from Icicle's attack, the angle the arrow came in at was impossible considering where he was standing. He was almost directly behind Stargirl so it couldn't have come in from the side of the screen like it did, and he was too close to have ricocheted it off anything.

  • Trivia: The 15 heroes in the portrait, left to right, are: Star-Spangled Kid, Wildcat, the Atom, Sandman, the Spectre, the Flash, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Dr. Mid-Nite (with Hootie the owl), the original Black Canary, and Mr. Terrific.

  • Season 9 Episode 10: Disciple

  • The Brotherhood were supposed to be of Irish origin (as shown on the data Chloe pulled up on screen), but the Celtic inscription looked more like Welsh or Breton, which is a different type of Celtic language from the Irish language. Welsh, Breton and Cornish are p-Celtic, Irish, Manx and Scottish are q-Celtic.

  • The view used to show the street outside Oliver's training place is shown twice. even though it's clearly not the same time. The same cars can be seen passing by. The first time is before Oliver is seen meditating, and the second one is before Lois and him talk in the alley.

  • In the previous episode, Tess said the plans for Zod's tower hasn't even gone public yet. But in this episode, at the end, at least half the tower is complete.

  • When Chloe is showing Oliver the x-rays, she tells him "the arrow went in under her right shoulder." Lois was shot under the left shoulder.

  • Season 9 Episode 9: Pandora

  • When Chloe dies, her eyes close. But in Lois' previous flashback visions, it shows Chloe dead with her eyes open. She is also lying on her stomach in the flashbacks, but here, Lois turns her over and Chloe eventually dies in her arms.

  • When Oliver was burying Tess, you could clearly see the actress squint as the dirt was poured on her face.

  • Oliver and Chloe say that the Kandorians get their power from the Tower, which steals sunlight, and the LuthorCorp satellites, which beam it back down to the Earth. But after the Tower is shut down, Alia still has her powers.

  • Season 9 Episode 8: Idol

  • When the power comes back on in the Daily Planet, Lois is able to immediately see her desktop. But the computer should have had to reboot first, since it was powered off.

  • Chloe informs Clark that the Blur has a Twitter account and a Facebook account with 10,000 friends. However, the maximum friends one can have in a Facebook account is 5,000 friends.

  • Trivia: Lois' ringtone for the Blur is Holding Out for a Hero by Bonnie Tyler.

  • Season 9 Episode 7: Kandor

  • The line that Zod says to Tess, "The wine cup is the little silver well, where truth, if truth there be, doth dwell", is actually not Shakespeare. It is a line from a translation of "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam", a Farsi work of poetry. The full line reads: "The wine-cup is the little silver well / Where Truth, if Truth there be, doth ever dwell / Death too is there,--and Death who would not seek? / And Love that in itself is Heaven and Hell."

  • The timing of the events on Krypton do not match up with what has been shown in previous episodes. If the Krypton scenes takes place 20 years before the destruction of Krypton, that would put them at around 1969. But in the episode "Relic," which was set in 1961, Jor-El appeared at least 20-30 years younger than the version seen here. Also, the Orb and the Fortress Crystals should have been on Earth long before 1969. The Crystals were said to have been hidden centuries ago by advanced civilizations, and the key to unlocking the Orb (and the clues to find it) had been in place since World War II.

  • Season 9 Episode 5: Roulette

  • Roulette, a professional con woman, doesn't think to remove the low-jack on Oliver's car after she stole it and cleaned out his bank account.

  • Roulette tosses Lois to the floor and it's clear she very gently lands. Despite that, the trained martial artist who took several punches from Roulette in the previous scene immediately falls unconscious.

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