Victor Stone, aka Cyborg, was one of the founding members of the second generation of Teen Titans during the Marv Wolfman era on the title
When Clark takes an X-Ray of Victor Stone, is inner skeleton looks a lot like the Cyborg from the Teen Titans comics.
We find out in this episode, that Lionel indeed knows Clark's secret and origins.
Erica Durance does not appear in this episode.
For the first time in five years of airing Tom Welling fell sick, and they had to postpone shooting for four days.
Victor Stone: What the hell you made of?
Clark: I was just about to ask you that.
Lana: I hit him full on, he didn't have a scratch on him.
Lex: (to Victor Stone) Yeah, well the heart has a way of clouding one's better judgement.
Victor Stone: (after seeing Clark send some crooked doctors flying) How'd you do that, Kent?
Clark: I can do a lot of things.
Lionel: Your secret is safe with me, Kal-El.
Dr. Craig: Just relax, Victor.
Victor Stone: I'll relax if you just put that drill away.
Lex: Some miracles have a price, but that doesn't make them any less profound.
Chloe: (referring to Victor Stone) He's tall, dark and bionic.
Martha basically says Lionel is her friend, and "I'm not the kind of person who turns her back on her friends because of what people think." Lionel tried to murder Chloe and his own son for God's sake.
The laptop Victor uses switches position without him even touching it when the camera angle changes.
Victor Cyborg Stone:
Half my body is straight out of the sharper image catalog.
is a speciality retailer that operates 183 stores throughout the United States and sells products that help make life "more comfortable.
Victor: Milk, It does a body good.
Classic line from the "Got Milk?" commercials.
I feel like a billion dollars.
This line is referring to the hit show The Six Million Dollar Man
which starred Lee Majors as the bionic man, part man part machine.