First Aired: Apr. 22, 2011 on The CW
Summary: After everything that happened with the VRA, Lois tells Clark it’s best to make “Clark Kent” forgettable and awkward so people don’t suspect he’s The Blur. However, the two are stunned when a fame-hungry superhero from the future, Booster Gold, sweeps into town and begins making…
Main Characters in this Episode
Booster Gold: Just kidding, I'm the star of the show.
Lois Lane: Clark, the real you can burn holes through buildings with a look, and lift a freight train with one finger. Get over it.
Clark Kent: You know, the last thing you should worry about is teaching me Mild-Mannered 101. You should be focusing on that promotion now that Steve Lombard went to Daily Star. They said that desk could be yours.
Lois Lane: I'm counting on it.
Booster Gold: Football?
Skeets: Go big or go home.
- Goof (continuity error): When Clark and Lois are walking down the street at the very beginning, they look across to a man in front of a magazine rack. In the close shot, there is a woman behind him looking at the magazines, in the long shot, he is alone and in the next close shot, she is behind him again.
- Ted Kord, who runs Kord Industries and is looking for the "scarab", is the "Blue Beetle" in the DC Comic Universe.
- Clark tells Lois that the "scarab" attached itself to a Kord employee named Dan Garrett. In the DC Comic Universe, Dan Garrett was the original "Blue Beetle". Garrett gained his powers from a magic blue scarab jewel.
- In Booster Gold's publicity shows, complete with Booster Gold Dancers, music identified by subtitles only as "Rock Music" plays. The music is an adaptation of the band Focus' hit from the early '70s: 'Hocus Pocus'. The song was revived in 2010 as Nike's theme for their World Cup commercials.