Clark Kent/Kal-El of Krypton
When Clark shows Chloe how fast he can change he is wearing a white shirt and a black tie with white spots before and after his red-blue outfit change. However when he gets to work he is wearing a dark shirt with a gray-striped tie.
It's never explained why the entire hospital staff seem to have disappeared when Jimmy gets up the first time, runs into the drunk driver, and sees the man being killed. Hospitals don't leave the hallways deserted, particularly those in a major metropolitan city.
Tess: Clark, we all have our deepest, darkest secrets. I just told you mine. Now tell me yours.
Clark: There's nothing to tell. With me, it's what you see is what you get.
Clark: Chloe, working at the Daily Planet is a perfect cover.
Chloe: Right. So, what, you're gonna pull a quick costume change in the middle of the bullpen?
Clark: I thought you'd be happy. I mean, you were the one who convinced me to embrace my double identity and inspire the world.
Chloe: Yeah, but Clark, did you have to make a guest appearance on every single traffic cam in town?
Clark: Hey, slowing my superspeed down enough to appear on video is not easy. I wasn't even sure it worked the first few times.
Chloe: Look, I'm all about your streak of primary colors making a splash, but this is more like a tsunami.
Clark: If it means giving people hope, Chloe, I'll take that chance.
Clark: I'm not changing my life because Tess Mercer might know my secret.
Chloe: But she's beyond dangerous, Clark. She tried to kill Lana.
Clark: Only because she was trying to destroy the power suit. She was desperate to stop Lex.
Chloe: I can't believe you're defending her.
Clark: I'm not sure she's like Lex.
Chloe: Your ability to trust others and always see the good in people is what makes you so special, but it's also what keeps getting you into trouble. You need to be careful.
Chloe: I heard. It was quite the coming-out party. Media outlets report that the Red-Blue Blur made more saves last night than a Billy Graham revival meeting.
Tess: What about what Lex put you through? He pretended to be your friend for how many years?
Clark: I'd like to think that there was a time when Lex and I had a real friendship.
Tess: That wasn't a friendship. Clark, you were his obsession. Lex wanted so much to be like you. But he knew--he knew in his heart he never could.
Injoke: When Chloe points out Clark's "wardrobe malfunction" Clark looks down, and slightly tugs on his dress shirt, and sees that his tie isn't fastened. That image is a injoke on the iconic image, in comics and Superman: The Movie of Clark pulling open his dress shirt revealing his blue shirt with the "S" emblem. Clark even wears a blue shirt under his dress shirt.
Norway: Saturday, April 18, 2009 on TVNorge
Sweden: Friday, September 4, 2009 on TV6
Czech Republic: April 6, 2010 on TV Nova
Turkey: June 20, 2010 on CNBC-e
Slovakia: June 13, 2012 on Markiza
Music: I Don't Care (Apocalyptica)
Erica Durance and Justin Hartley are credited but don't appear.
Chloe: (to Clark) Not to preempt your episode of America's Next Top Model, but you've got a little of a wardrobe malfunction.
America's Next Top Model is a show on the CW that's hosted by former supermodel Tyra Banks where women compete to become a famous model. Also, the "wardrobe malfunction" is a reference to the half-time portion of Super Bowl XXXVIII (38), where Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson performed together. The term refers to when, at the end of the show, Justin purposefully ripped off part of Janet's clothing.
Tess: (referring to Clark's backpack) I think we can find something a little less High School Musical.
This is a reference to Disney's 2006 movie about two teens who fall in love and get involved together in their school's musical.
Tess: I bet you didn't expect the in-flight entertainment to include my True Hollywood Story uh?
"True Hollywood Story" is a TV documentary on E! Entertainment Television channel about the life of famous personalities and public figures.
Jimmy: Cause if the King Kong of meteor freaks couldn't take you away from me…
Referencing the title character of the 1933 movie featuring a giant ape and Fay Wray as the aspiring actress and beauty who captures the beast's heart.
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