On the football field, Clark is talking to Lana, who explains that she got out of gym class by volunteering for the blood drive. He hesitantly says goodbye to her. Meanwhile, on the stands a student, Troy Turner, grabs a notebook from Amy Palmer and teases her about the love letter she's writing to Lex. Amy's brother Jeff comes over and tells Troy to give the notebook back, Amy refuses to back down and grabs the notebook back, and Troy warns her that just because she lives at the Luthor manor with her parents, who work there as servants, Lex isn't going to slum with the help. Jeff repeats his warning and Troy asks what he's going to do about it, and Jeff just walks away...Read the full recap
Clark: What are you thinking, Chloe, that the locker room's haunted?
Chloe: Not unless the meteor rocks can conjure up the ghost of dearly departed jock straps, which I seriously doubt.
Clark: Well, it's nice to see you still have your standards.
Victoria Hardwick: Bye, Daddy. (hangs up) He wants to know if you're selling this castle after we sell out your father.
Lex: Why? Does he want to ship it back over to Scotland?
Clark: You and Victoria must be getting pretty close.
Lex: You seem surprised.
Clark: She just doesn't seem like your type.
Lex: Relationships aren't always about love, Clark. Sometimes they're about mutual goals. Not every girl is Lana Lang.
Clark: Yeah, sorry. It's none of my business really.
Lex: It's okay. I admire your standards. Don't lose that.
Clark: I don't see it.
Lex: What are you, part bloodhound?
Clark: I live on a farm. I'm good at seeing needles in haystacks.
Lionel Luthor: Lex, you have disappointed me.
Lex: Hi, Dad. It's good to see you, too.
Lionel Luthor: Would you mind telling me what she's doing here?
Lex: Right now? Working on my neck. But knowing her, I think that's just a start.
Lionel Luthor: Generations of Luthors would beg to differ. It's always business, especially where the Hardwicks are concerned. Lex, can't you see she was sent to distract you? Sir Harry has been nipping away at LuthorCorp for months!
Lex: LuthorCorp is your company. I'm just one of its many expendable employees as you made abundantly clear when you exiled me to this charming cow town.
Lana: That's the thing about Clark Kent: he's not always there when you want him... but he's always there when you need him.
Aunt Nell: Lana, you still out here...? (interrupting Clark and Lana's almost kiss) Clark, do you have the time?
Clark: No, but I'm guessing it's late.
Aunt Nell: Smart kid.
Clark: Lana, have you ever seen the sunset from my loft?
Lana: Yes... ahem, but that's the great thing about sunsets. They're unique. You always see things you've never noticed before.
Pete: "Have you seen the sunset from my loft?" You actually said that?
Pete: I bet your stomach was in the knots the whole time.
Pete: Clark, if I were you, I'd start scripting what I was gonna say now.
Clark: No, I think I'll play it by ear. You know, fly by the seat of my pants.
Pete: Clark, you're not the flying type. I'll make you some notes.
Chloe: I just touched it. Okay, I'm now officially weirded out. What is this?
Clark: I don't know, but if you rubbed that all over you'd be--
Clark: You ever gotten information you wish you hadn't?
Lex: In my experience, there's no such thing as too much information.
When Victoria gets into the bathtub, her hair is dry. However, in the next shot her hair is wet before it hits the water.
When the invisible attacker hits Clark with the mace, it shatters as if the attacker had superhuman strength. He clearly doesn't as shown throughout the episode, A normal human hitting a hard object with a mace wouldn't cause the mace to shatter.
When Clark uses his telescope to observe Lana and Whitney reconciling on Lana's porch, over a half mile away, the reflection on the telescope lens makes it appear as if they're only 10 yards away.