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  • Academies
  • Activist Groups
  • Airlines
    • Kuvikasilfur
        • Bruce Wayne rides a Kuvikasilfur helicopter to Leiguflug Island to find the Aquaman. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Alternate Titles
  • Amusement Park Attractions
    • Hover Ball
        • Seth Nelson, the teenager that gets magnetic powers from meteor rocks, works the Hover Ball game booth at the Lowell Country Fair. (Season 3 episode Magnetic)
  • Amusement Parks
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Centennial Tower Apartments
        • Apartment complex where Molly Griggs, also known as Brainwave, lives, in apartment 927. (Season 3 episode Delete)
    • The Edgecliff Condos
        • LuthorCorp development that now occupies what used to be known as Suicide Slum, the neighborhood in Metropolis where Lionel Luthor grew up, where his parents were killed in a mysterious tenement fire. (Season 3 episode Relic)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Metro Stadium
        • Clark imagines himself playing football for the Meteors at Metro Stadium. "The Meteors win!” (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Armed Forces
    • Green Lantern Corps
        • The Green Lantern Corps teamed up with the Amazons and the Atlanteans to fight off Steppenwolf the first time.
  • Artifacts
    • Black Kryptonite
        • Martha uses black Kryptonite to bring Clark back after he is consumed by Cal-El. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
    • Lasso of Hestia
        • Wonder Woman uses the Lasso of Hestia to compel the truth from a bank robber. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Mother Box
        • Indestructible living machines made from a science so advanced it looks like sorcery. To conquer, three boxes have to synchronize and join together into The Unity. The Unity cleanses a planet with fire, transforming it into a copy of the enemy's world. All who live become servants of Darkseid. Alive, but drained of life. Parademons. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Automotive Services
    • Frank's Auto Repair
        • Auto shop where scarecrow kid Jeremy Creek gets his revenge. (Pilot episode)
    • Smallville Body and Fender
        • Auto garage where overweight girl turned skinny cannibal Jodi Melville's car is taken. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Towing & Repair
        • Sonic screaming meta human Nathan Dean's towing service. (Season 3 episode Whisper)
  • Baby Products
  • Bakeries
  • Banks
    • Bank of Metropolis
        • Clark, going by Kal, under the influence of red Kryptonite, thwarts a gang of clown mask wearing bank robbers, then takes the money for himself. (Season 3 episode Exile)
    • Gotham National Bank
        • Victor manipulates an ATM to give a customer in need a lot of money. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Security Bank of Manhattan
        • A Daily Planet van drives by. "Reporting on the planet daily” A bundle of newspapers lands on the ground. Headline: SECURITY BANK OF MANHATTAN SEEKS NEW ARCHITECT (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Smallville Savings & Loan
        • Shapeshifter Tina Greer robs a local bank disguised as Lex Luthor. (Season 1 episode X-Ray) Local bank. (Season 1 episode Kinetic) Lionel Luthor buys the bank to sabotage Lex's plan to keep his factory open. (Season 1 episode Tempest)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Atlantis
        • Clark, going by Kal, under the influence of red Kryptonite, frequents a nNightclub in Metropolis called Atlantis. (Season 3 episode Exile)
    • Club Zero
        • A Metropolis Inquisitor reporter tries to blackmail Lex Luthor with information he has regarding a nightclub called Club Zero. (Season 1 episode X-Ray) Mentioned only, as part of Lex's mysterious past. (Season 1 episode Hug) It is finally revealed that a friend of Lex's was shot and killed at Club Zero in Metropolis three years ago, and now it appears that friend has come back for revenge. (Season 1 episode Zero)
    • Wild Coyote
        • Bar where Jonathan Kent stops for a beer. (Season 2 episode Suspect) Bar outside Smallville where Perry White hangs out. (Season 3 episode Perry)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Barber Shop
        • Barber shop on Main Street in Smallville in the 1961 flashback. "Haircuts, shaves, trims" (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • Danica's Hair Shop
        • Salon in Smallville. (Season 2 episode Precipice, Season 3 episode Whisper)
    • Smallville Barbership
        • Barbershop in Smallville, visible shortly before daredevil parasite-infected Pete Ross jumps in front of a bus and Clark saves him. (Season 2 episode Rush)
  • Beverages-Beer
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Shake Up
        • Soft drink.
        • Soft drink can that Clark helps Garrett get out of the hospital vending machine. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
        • Soda can in the home of pioneering 19th century female journalist and Chloe’s hero Nellie Blye, where Clark finds Chloe’s Wall of Weird. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
  • Boarding Schools-Boys
    • Excelsior Prep
        • Prep school where Lex first encounter current principal of Smallville High School, Principal Reynolds. (Season 2 episode Redux)
    • Kansas State Boys Home
        • Joke Lois makes the football player that went after Coach Teague with a shotgun - that he'll probably be taken to the Kansas State Boys Home, where he'll be a tight end. (Season 4 episode Devoted)
  • Boarding Schools-Girls
    • Hammond School For Girls
        • Chloe tracks down the schools that Chrissy previously attended, finding reports of students dying of the same mysterious Uber-progeria that killed Troy Turner at each one. She was known as Missy Parker at Piper High School in 1990 and Robin Stroud at Lakewood High School in 1981. Chloe found records going all the way back to the Hammond School for Girls in 1921. (Season 2 episode Redux)
  • Books-Biography
    • The Nicodemus Diary
        • Book that Lex gives Dr. Hamilton. "A reprint of a priest's last diary recounting the life and death of a Kansas settlement in the 1870's." In 1871, a strange contagion struck the Morley settlement and 200 people died almost overnight. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus)
  • Books-Children
    • 100 of The World's Best Limericks
        • Book by Megan Poss that Clark brings Byron in the hospital. Megan Poss was the set designer for the series. (Season 2 episode Nocturne)
    • Megan's Zoo
        • Children's book that Lana's science experiment of a best friend Emily reads. (Season 3 episode Forsaken)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Families in Conflict: Healing The Rift
        • 
Book by Dr. Justin Bishop MD with a new forward from Quincy Paglaro that Clark reads. According to IMDB, Justin Bishop was the assistant property master for the series, while Quincy Paglaro was the second assistant camera operator.(Season 2 episode Insurgence)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Petroglyphs of Meso-America
        • Lex opens package delivered to the Talon by Federated Courier that turns out to be a book for Lana called The Petroglyphs of Meso-America. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • Theories of Time Travel: The Theoretical Work of Albert Einstein
        • Book Lana reads after finding out about her apparent phone call from the future. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
  • Books-Reference
    • Deciphering The Mysteries of Hieroglyphics By Dr. Fredrick Walden
        • Book Clark uses for research on his report on the caves. (Season 2 episode Rush)
    • Sacred Symbols of Ancient America
        • Book Bart finds in Clark's room in the barn. (Season 4 episode Run)
  • Bowling Alleys
    • Starlite Bowling
        • Bowling alley where Clark rescues Ryan from his stepfather. (Season 1 episode Stray)
  • Bridges
    • Old Elbow River Footbridge
        • Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, playing on the Old Elbow River footbridge. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Corporate Plaza
        • LutherCorp hires the construction company Construx Industries to build a new office building called Corporate Plaza in Smallville, on Native American land claimed by the Kawatche tribe. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
    • Lexcorp Tower
        • Lex Luthor shocks the world when he stands outside the steps of Lexcorp Tower and announces his candidacy for the office of the President of the United States. (Adventures of Superman #581).
    • Smallville Youth Center
        • Pete takes Clark to the Smallville Youth Center, where he volunteers, taking calls for the Smallville Teen Crisis Hotline. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
  • Bus Lines
    • Eagle Lines
        • Bus Clark takes back to Smallville, and Perry takes back to Metropolis. (Season 3 episode Perry)
    • Metropolis Airporter
        • Bus service at Metropolis International Airport. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Cafe De Fleurie
        • Cafe in Paris that Lana's new boyfriend mentions. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
    • Delicatessen
        • Delicatessen on Main Street in Smallville in the 1961 flashback."Fine meats and sandwiches" (Season 3 episode Relic)
  • Car Dealerships
    • Metropolis Luxury Auto
        • Clark, under the influence of red Kryptonite, breaks into several ATM machines and uses the money to buy a new car. (Season 3 episode Exile)
  • Casinos
    • Utopia Casino
        • Casino in Metropolis, originally from the Superman comics, the Utopia Casino is owned by Tony Gallo, the first person to bring Kryptonite to Metropolis.
  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Smallville Cemetery
        • Local cemetery, from various episodes.
        • Lois digs up Chloe’s grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Cemetery where Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore's is buried. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
  • Charities
    • Metropolis United Charities
        • Organization that was created to handle Clark's adoption, which Chloe uncovers as part of a school research project. (Season 1 episode Zero) It is revealed that this organization was founded by Lionel Luther to pay the Kents back for helping him get Lex to the hospital after the meteor storm. (Season 2 episode Lineage) It turns out Lucas' adoption was handled by the same company that handled Clark's. (Season 2 episode Prodigal)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
  • Cities and Towns
    • Argo City
        • The inhabitants of Argo City survived for more than fifteen years following the death of Krypton after their city had been hurled into outer space by the force of the cataclysm.
        • When Lex Luthor brings General Zod's corpse onto the Kryptonian ship, the ship identifies the DNA as being from "Zod of Kandor." In Superman comic books stories, Kandor is the Kryptonian City that was shrunk down by Brainiac and confined to a bottle to add to his collection of intergalactic knick-knacks.
    • Kryptonopolis
        • The city of Superman's birth. Actually, this is a rendering of the name in Earth language, using the Greek 'polis' (city). The original Kryptonian name is very difficult to pronounce.
    • Pozharnov
        • Ghost city not far from Moscow, where the Super friends track the Mother Box - and therefore Steppenwolf, abandoned since a nuclear accident thirty years ago.
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Central City
        • City where Bruce Wayne finds Barry Allen. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Comanche, Kansas
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There's a Comanche Realty sign out front. "Foreclosure / Bank owned.” Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Edge City
        • City where Ryan goes to live with his aunt. (Season 1 episode Stray) When Ryan reaches out to Clark for help, the Kents initially believe he's being held captive in Edge City, and they contact the Edge City Police looking for him. (Season 2 episode Ryan) Lex finds his half brother Lucas in Edge City. (Season 2 episode Prodigal)
    • Granville, Kansas
        • City near Smallville. When the Kawatche tribe protests the new office building that LutherCorp is building in Smallville, Lionel muses that he should have built it in Granville. Also - Kyla tells Clark and Lana that she goes to Granville High School. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers) Clark invites Lana to a winter festival in Granville where his mother is going to have a booth for her fruit. (Season 2 episode Visage) 
Sara is from Granville. (Season 3 episode Slumber)
    • Luthorville
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

    • Otisburg
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself. His henchman Otis even scribbles in an addition for himself.

  • Clothing Stores
    • Suede Trail Vintage Duds
        • Western clothing store in Smallville. (Season 2 episode Precipice)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Metro Coffee
        • Coffee shop at Metropolis International Airport. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
  • Colleges
    • Central City College
        • Barry tells the manager of Bark Central that he's a criminal justice major at Central City College. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • East Tennessee Community College
        • Metropolis Journal reporter Carrie Castle's alma mater. (Season 1 episode Drone)
  • Comic Books
    • Fantasy Comics
        • Comic book that Lex shows Clark's friend Ryan. Issue #1 features the first appearance of superhero Warrior Angel, a nod to Superman's first appearance in Action Comics Issue #1. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
    • Warrior Angel
        • Ryan's comic book about a strange visitor from another planet who protects the weak. (Season 1 episode Stray)
  • Comic Strips
    • Flaming Crows Feet
        • Justin's superhero comic strip in the Smallville High Torch. (Season 1 episode Crush)
  • Communications Companies
    • Swann Communications
        • Dr. Virgil Swann's company. "Only through communication will people live in peace" (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
  • Communities
    • Kawatche
        • LutherCorp hires the construction company Construx Industries to build a new office building called Corporate Plaza in Smallville, on Native American land claimed by the Kawatche tribe. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
  • Computers and Software
    • Digital Wave
        • Web browser seen in various episodes. (Season 2 episode Rosetta, Season 3 episodes Resurrection, Crisis, Forsaken)
    • Starr-Ware Database System 5.0
        • Software that Chloe uses to track her Wall of Weird data. (Season 3 episode Extinction)
  • Construction Companies
    • Construx Industries
        • LutherCorp hires the construction company Construx Industries to build a new office building called Corporate Plaza in Smallville, on Native American land claimed by the Kawatche tribe. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
        • An out of control truck almost runs over Jonathan, but Bart saves him - and steals his wallet. "A division of LutherCorp" (Season 4 episode Run)
    • Creekside Foundry
        • Abandoned foundry in Smallville, site of final battle between Clark and Bug Boy. (Season 1 episode Metamorphosis)
    • Smallville Foundry
        • Clark follows Eric to a local founder, where he gets ambushed and locked inside during an explosion. (Season 2 episode Witness)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
  • Corporations
    • Luthor Corp
        • Lionel Luthor's company. (Pilot episode)
        • An out of control truck almost runs over Jonathan, but Bart saves him - and steals his wallet. "A division of LutherCorp" (Season 4 episode Run)
        • Sponsor of Gotham City University - name on the football team's scoreboard. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Litvak
        • Psychiatrist that Eric Summers' father mentions when it becomes clear that Eric is out of control. (Season 1 episode Leech)
  • Counties and States
    • Lowell County
        • Clark finds a Lowell County newspaper article about new student Jordan Cross from 1995 when he was six years old. While celebrating his birthday at the Smallville Town Fair, he predicted the death of someone in line with him. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
    • Metropolis County
        • Chloe digs into Lionel Luthor's past, accessing Metropolis County records. (Season 3 episode Magnetic)
  • Countries
    • Atlantis
        • Aquaman is the rightful king of Atlantis. The Atlanteans helped fight off Steppenwolf the first time.
    • Themyscira
        • Steppenwolf and his minions fight the daughters of Themyscira for their Mother Box.
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Intergang
        • Criminal organization armed with technology supplied by the New Gods of the planet Apokolips.
  • Databases
    • Metropolis Persons Registry
        • Lex looks up Lana's new friend Adam Knight. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
  • Dates
    • June 15, 1961
        • Lionel Luthor's father Lachlan Luthor arrested by Billy Tate of the Smallville Sheriff Department for snatching Lana's Aunt Louise's purse on Main Street - and being foiled by Joe the drifter, actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • June 17, 1961
        • Lionel Luthor's father Lachlan Luthor released by the Smallville Sheriff Department after being arrested for snatching Lana's Aunt Louise's purse on Main Street - and being foiled by Joe the drifter, actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • October 16, 1989
        • Future superhero Clark Kent arrives on Earth amid a violent meteor shower that rains down the town of Smallville, Kansas. Actual date specified on missing persons flyer for self-proclaimed alien Cyrus Krupp's family - John, Maggie and William Burnet - who have been missing since the day of the meteor shower. (Season 2 episode Visitor) Jordan Cross born, his mother killed when struck by a meteor. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
    • October 16, 1995
        • Date of Lowell County newspaper headline that Clark finds while looking for information on new student Jordan Cross: SIX YEAR OLD SEER Foretells Coaster Crash. An awkward scene transpired outside of the Smallville Town Fair's rollercoaster. Jordan Cross, while celebrating his birthday, went ballistic outside the rollercoaster, screaming someone was going to be killed. His dad pulled him back, but when they finally restarted the ride, one of the cars broke loose, killing the woman who had been in line with him. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
    • November 15, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "GL Accounts are not generated from reorders". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • November 22, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "AP Transactio Report by System Date can't find the invoice". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • December 1, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "Unable to get AP Purchase invoices to balance". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • December 6, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "Order Status Report repeats lines". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • December 12, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "Unconfirmed movements not in Inventory Count Differences report". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • December 23, 1995
        • Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "Unconfirmed movement report is blank". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
    • April 11, 1996
        • Three days before Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, in which she wrote in her journal, "Saturday. Today I went down to my friend Elisabeth's house. She has a new dollhouse and lots of dolls. We made cookies and played. Daddy picked me up and he made hamburgers.” According to the article in the Smallville Ledger shown earlier in the episode, Emily drowns on April 14, 1996. But April 14 was a Sunday, making April 11 a Thursday, meaning either Emily got the day of week wrong in her journal, or it was simply an oversight by the crew. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
    • April 13, 1996
        • The day before Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, in which she wrote in her journal, "Monday. I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow. Lana and I are going to the river. We are going to be best friends forever.” According to the article in the Smallville Ledger shown earlier in the episode, Emily drowns on April 14, 1996. But April 14 was a Sunday, making April 13 a Saturday, meaning either Emily got the day of week wrong in her journal, or it was simply an oversight by the crew. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
    • November 12, 2001
        • Date of check Lex gives Dr. Steven Hamilton for $100,000 to continue researching the link between meteors and human health. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • September 28, 2006
        • Superman foils a bank robbery at Newhart Federal Bank / Lex Luthor steals Kryptonite from the Metropolis Museum of Natural History.
  • Dates-Birthdays
    • June 12, 1874
        • Date of Birth on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, also known as Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe's grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • February 12, 1974
        • Desiree Atkins, also known as Alison Sanders born. (Season 2 episode Heat)
    • October 22, 1980
        • Date of Birth on Bart's New York State driver license under the name Wally West. (Season 4 episode Run)
    • January 20, 1986
        • Emily Eve Dinsmore born. Message on her headstone in Smallville Cemetery: Loving child, blessed angel. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
  • Dates-Death
    • July 13, 1929
        • Date of Death on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, also known as Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe's grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • April 14, 1996
        • Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, playing on the Old Elbow River footbridge. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
    • June 20, 2002
        • Smallville High School swim champion Troy Turner dies a mysterious death related to rapid aging. (Season 2 episode Redux)
  • Dates-Issue
    • January 23, 2003
        • Issue Date on Bart's Kansas driver license under the name Jay Garrick. (Season 4 episode Run)
  • Dates-NoYear
    • January 11
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana evasive about her relationship with Clark." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 17
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark is at the scene of another accident." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 22
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana seems to be growing closer now that I am not being over aggressive." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 24
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark somehow is always near whenever me and Lana are together. This seems to bother Lana." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 26
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark. (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • August 15
        • Klordny Week, also known as the Klordny Festival, an annual holiday celebrated by drinking, dancing and general revelry, is celebrated on August 15. The original reason for the festival has been lost over time. (Issue #232)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Fordman's Department Store
        • Whitney's father's store. (Season 1 episode Leech) Seen in Main Street in various episodes, including during the flashback to 1961. (Season 3 episode Relic)
  • Diners
    • Buzz N' Eat Diner
        • Diner in Smallville. (Season 1 episode X-Ray, Season 2 episode Precipice)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Scanlon
        • Jonathan Kent's cardiologist that recommends open heart surgery. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
    • Dr. Steven Hamilton
        • Doctor that gives Lex a clean bill of health. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Dr. Vargas
        • Lex opens mail from Dr. Vargas, address on Alma Street in Metropolis. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Megan Poss, M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Troy Turner's autopsy report. Megan Poss was the set designer for the series. (Season 2 episode Redux)
  • Drugstores
    • Smallville Pharmacy
        • Local pharmacy in Smallville. (Season 1 episode X-Ray) When Clark helps Whitney pick up his belongings, there's a bag from Smallville Pharmacy. (Season 1 episode Shimmer)
  • Electronics
    • The Genesis Chamber
        • Device from the planet Krypton used to store the Growth Codex and all the unborn Kryptonian embryos that would populate future Kryptonian society.
  • Electronics Stores
    • Discount Eddie's
        • Electronics store open all night in Metropolis where Clark buys a bunch of stuff using his parents' credit card when he's high on red Kryptonite from his class ring. (Season 2 episode Red)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Lowell County Water and Power
        • Utility company where Mr. Small, Lana's birth father works. (Season 2 episode Lineage)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The 10th Annual Monster Festival
        • Film festival playing at the Talon movie theater in Smallville. (Season 1 episode Cool)
    • Founders Day Festival 1961
        • Festival in Smallville, the day that Joe the drifter arrived - actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • Lowell County Fair
        • Seth Nelson, the teenager that gets magnetic powers from meteor rocks, works the Hover Ball game booth at the Lowell Country Fair. (Season 3 episode Magnetic)
    • Smallville Town Fair
        • Clark finds a Lowell County newspaper article about new student Jordan Cross from 1995 when he was six years old. While celebrating his birthday at the Smallville Town Fair, he predicted the death of someone in line with him. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
    • Smallville Youth Farm Fair
        • Poster on the wall at Smallville High School. (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
  • Farms
    • Kent Organic Produce
        • The Kent family sells fruit at the local farmer's market. (Season 1 episode Metamorphosis)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Big Belly Burger
        • One of the largest fast-food restaurant chains in the United States, inspired by Bob's Big Boy.
    • Burger Shop
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Financial Services
    • R.J. Holstein & Sons
        • Auctioneers handling the Kent Farm foreclosure auction, before Lex saves the day and buys the farm. (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
  • Flower Shops
    • Melville Nursery
        • 
Nursery in Smallville, owned by overweight girl turned skinny cannibal thanks to meteor rocks Jodi Melville's family. (Season 1 episode Craving)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Nicodemus
        • Flower from the 1800s that causes people to act on their base instincts. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus)
  • Food Companies
    • Gard'ner Tex
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Ross Creamed Corn
        • Local family business that Lionel Luthor buys and turns into Luthor Corp Fertilizer plant No. 3. (Pilot episode) Mentioned during exchange between Pete and Lionel Luthor in the caves. (Season 2 episode Exodus)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • ΘΩΑ
        • Fraternity guy that attacks Lana, until Clark intervenes. (Season 2 episode Precipice)
  • Fuel Companies
  • Gangs
    • The Dingbats Of Danger Street
        • Gang of kids that compete with the Newsboy Legion and the Green Team for a disused theatre. (Issue #549)
    • Green Team
        • Gang of rich kid adventurers that compete with the Dingbats of Danger Street and the Newsboy Legion for a disused theatre. (Issue #549)
    • The Newsboy Legion
        • Gang of kids that compete with the Dingbats of Danger Street and the Green Team for a disused theatre. (Issue #549)
  • Gift Shops
    • Le Couturiers De La Nature
        • Gift shop where Lana and her new boyfriend meet in Paris. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Center For Environmental Protection
        • Also known as CEP, government agency that refuses to work with Bob Rickman of the corrupt pesticide company Rickman Industries. (Season 1 episode Hug)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Smallville Market
        • Grocery store in Smallville, advertised in The Smallville High Torch newspaper. (Season 1 episode Craving)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Metropolis Playhouse
        • Whitney surprises Lana with tickets to Our Town at the Metropolis Playhouse. (Season 1 episode Crush)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • LifeMed
        • Emergency helicopter pilot that Clark blackmails to get him to take him to the same research lab where Garrett's brother was taken. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
    • Smallville Teen Crisis Hotline
        • Pete takes Clark to the Smallville Youth Center, where he volunteers, taking calls for the Smallville Teen Crisis Hotline. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
  • High Schools
    • Granville High School
        • Kyla, the member of the Kawatche tribe that Clark meets in the caves beneath the site where LuthorCorp is building a new office building, goes to Granville High School. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
    • Lakewood High School
        • Chloe tracks down the schools that Chrissy previously attended, finding reports of students dying of the same mysterious Uber-progeria that killed Troy Turner at each one. She was known as Missy Parker at Piper High School in 1990 and Robin Stroud at Lakewood High School in 1981. Chloe found records going all the way back to the Hammond School for Girls in 1921. (Season 2 episode Redux)
    • Lawrence High School
        • The Smallville High School Crows football team play the Lawrence Timber Wolves. (Season 1 episode Hothead)
    • Piper High School
        • Chloe tracks down the schools that Chrissy previously attended, finding reports of students dying of the same mysterious Uber-progeria that killed Troy Turner at each one. She was known as Missy Parker at Piper High School in 1990 and Robin Stroud at Lakewood High School in 1981. Chloe found records going all the way back to the Hammond School for Girls in 1921. (Season 2 episode Redux)
    • Smallville High School
        • Local high school in Smallville. (Pilot episode)
        • Lois, still trying to get back in to Metropolis University, calls Smallville High School "Po-dunk High School". (Season 4 episode Devoted)
  • Holidays
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Metropolis Janitorial Service
        • Cover that the guys Lex hires use to sneak into LuthorCorp headquarters in Metropolis. (Season 2 episode Insurgence)
    • Speedy Heat & Air
        • Smallville Medical Center clerk Mrs. Burton's husband's company. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
  • Hospitals
    • Metropolis Children's Hospital
        • Newly telekinetic artist Justin is released from the hospital after being hit by a car - later revealed to be driven by Principal Kwan's son. (Season 1 episode Crush)
    • Metropolis Day Clinic
        • Clark and Jonathan travel to Metropolis for Jonathan's doctor visit at the Metropolis Day Clinic and a Metropolis Sharks game, though their plans are derailed when Bart steals Jonathan's wallet while saving him from a runaway Construx Industries truck. (Season 4 episode Run)
    • Metropolis General
        • Hospital in Metropolis where Lex says he woke up bald after the meteor showers, as well as where overweight girl turned skinny cannibal thanks to meteor rocks Jodi Melville, is taken. (Season 1 episode Craving) Hospital where Helen Bryce was a first year medical student when she was assigned to sober up a drunk Lex Luthor. (Season 2 episode Dichotic) Lionel Luthor confronts Lex's doctor. (Season 3 episode Asylum)
        • Clark's friend Garrett's brother dies at Smallville Medical Center, but according to his doctor, Metropolis General sent his body to be cremated. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
    • Smallville Medical Center
        • Local hospital in Smallville. Lana injured in a gas pipeline explosion, Clark rescues Chloe after she gets abducted. (Season 1 episode Obscura) Clark rescues daredevil parasite-infected Pete and Chloe from jumping Saunders Gorge. (Season 2 episode Rush) Clark and his mother get sick with the fever. (Season 2 episode Fever) Lana meets Adam while recovering. (Season 3 episode Asylum) Jonathan Kent recovers after heart attack. (Season 3 episode Velocity) Hospital where Lois takes Clark after she sees him struck by lightning - where Jonathan rests in his coma. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
        • Jonathan Kent discusses open heart surgery with his doctor, and Clark's friend Garrett's brother dies. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
        • Clark researches clerk Mrs. Burton's phone that was used in Lana's apparent phone call from the future. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
        • After being infected by LuthorCorp's Levitas experiment, Chloe end sup in the hospital. (Season 3 episode Truth)
        • Lionel bruises a few ribs. (Season 3 episode Talisman)
        • Chloe checks on the football player that went after Coach Teague with a shotgun. (Season 4 episode Devoted)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Belle Reve Sanitarium
        • Mental hospital, from various episodes.
        • Liquid metal morphing metahuman Trent MacGowen is a former patient of Belle Reve. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Emily escapes, shortly after being captured. (Season 3 episode Forsaken)
        • Lex is committed. (Season 3 episode Shattered) Clark rescues Lex. (Season 3 episode Asylum)
  • Industrial Companies
  • Institutes
    • Summerholt Neurological Institute
        • Research facility in Metropolis that specializes in what Chloe calls "super-esoteric brain research”, where Clark's friend Ryan is being held captive. (Season 2 episode Ryan) Email assassin Molly Griggs, also known as Brainwave, spent time at Summerholt. (Season 3 episode Delete) Lex researches Lionel's secret experiments. (Season 3 episode Memoria)
  • Islands
    • Leiguflug Island
        • Bruce Wayne rides a Kuvikasilfur helicopter to Leiguflug Island to find the Aquaman. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Stryker's Island
        • Uninhabited island five miles east of Metropolis and across from Gotham City.
        • The super friends battle Steppenwolf and his minions on Stryker's Island, beneath Gotham Harbor.
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Smallville Jewelers
        • Jewelry store in Smallville, location of sonic screaming meta human Nathan Dean's attempted robbery. (Season 3 episode Whisper)
  • Laboratories
    • Cadmus Labs
        • Company name on screen when Lex's girlfriend Victoria is digging through files on his laptop. (Season 1 episode Shimmer) Lex offers Dr. Hamilton a new job working for Cadmus Labs. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus) Lab where Lex has the mysterious cave parasites dissected. (Season 2 episode Rush)
    • Lexcorp Research Park
        • When Bruce Wayne discovers a ship called the White Portuguese is delivering Kryptonite to Lex Luthor, he tracks the rock to LexCorp Research Park.
  • Legal Services
    • Marion, Teague & Weisman
        • Lana's new boyfriend Jason Teague's father's legal firm. (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Libraries
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Renaissance Hotel
        • Hotel in Metropolis across the street from the building where Bob Rickman meets with the Center for Environmental Protection. (Season 1 episode Hug)
    • The Standish Arms Hotel
        • Clark's apartment was located here, apartment 5H. From The Adventures of Superboy.
  • Lodging-Motels
    • The Heartland
        • Motel where Helen's ex-boyfriend Paul stays in Smallville. (Season 2 episode Precipice)
  • Magazines-Entertainment
    • Hollywood Star
        • Magazine that Lana's Aunt Louise was reading when she first met Joe the drifter in 1961 - actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
  • Magazines-Tech
    • Metropolis Journal of Medicine
        • Medical journal that Lex gives Clark, featuring Dr. Thomas Burton on the cover, the doctor that Lex believes can help Ryan, telling Clark that he has developed a radical new serum that shrinks primary brain tumors. "Special: Dr. Thomas Burton: The Future of Cancer Treatment” (Season 2 episode Ryan)
  • Medicine
    • Cerethro
        • Dr. Fine is working on a suppression medication called Cerethro to keep serotonin levels in check. (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Menu Items
    • Shark Dogs
        • Hot dog sold at Metropolis Stadium that Pete mentions to Chloe, while under the influence of her truth powers telling her that Clark can get there and back in ten minutes. (Season 3 episode Truth)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
  • Mountains
    • Teschmacher Peaks
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself. There are even a couple of mountains named after his girlfriend, Eve Teschmacher.
  • Movie Theaters
    • The Talon Movie Theater
        • Before Lana turns it into a hip new coffee shop, The Talon used to be an old movie house. (Season 1 episode Leech)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Federated Courier
        • Delivery service, from various episodes.
        • Service that delivers a package to Clark from Dr. Virgil Swann. (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
        • Lionel sends Clark a package - a key that opens a room in the Luthor Mansion. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
        • Lex opens package delivered to the Talon by Federated Courier that turns out to be a book for Lana called The Petroglyphs of Meso-America. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • Smallville Movers
        • Moving company the Kents hire when they lose the farm. (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
  • Museums
  • Natural Areas
    • Miller's Bend
        • Smallville location that Clark mentions to Pete when they're riding dirt bikes in the wilderness of Smallville: "Race you back to Miller's Bend!” (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
    • Saunders Gorge
        • Daredevil parasite-infected Pete and Chloe jump the quarry at Saunders gorge, saved by Clark at the last second. (Season 2 episode Rush) Natural area, mentioned only. (Season 3 episode Perry)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Pleasant Meadows
        • Housing development in Smallville, owned by Luther Corp, advertised in The Smallville High Torch newspaper. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Suicide Slums
        • Poor neighborhood in Metropolis.
        • Area of town that Clark mentions, where he went to find Bart, acting like he was looking to sell MP3 players. (Season 4 episode Run)
        • Where Lionel Luthor grew up, where his parents were killed in a mysterious tenement fire. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • Wandering Hills
        • Burning sign in Jordan's vision of Lana's death: "For Sale 2 Acres Wandering Hills" (Season 3 episode Hereafter)
  • News Articles
    • Why The World Doesn't Need Superman
        • Editorial that Lois Lane writes that wins a Pulitzer Prize.
  • Newspapers
    • Central City Tribune
        • Newspaper dispenser in Central City, visible when Barry visits Bark Central for his job interview. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Daily Planet
        • A Daily Planet van drives by. "Reporting on the planet daily” A bundle of newspapers lands on the ground. Headline: SECURITY BANK OF MANHATTAN SEEKS NEW ARCHITECT (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Metropolis Inquisitor
        • Tabloid newspaper. A Metropolis Inquisitor reporter tries to blackmail Lex Luthor with information he has regarding a nightclub called Club Zero. (Season 1 episode X-Ray)
    • Metropolis Journal
        • Metropolis Journal reporter Carrie Castle comes to Smallville to write a story about Lex. (Season 1 episode Drone)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • LutherCorp Foundation
        • Lionel and Chloe discuss that fact that the foundation provides the computers to Smallville High School. (Season 3 episode Extinction)
    • Luthor Foundation Scholarship
        • Smallville High School student Ian Randall is awarded a LutherCorp scholarship. (Season 2 episode Dichotic)
  • Optometry
    • Speck's Optical
        • After robbing a bank, shapeshifter Tina Greer, disguised as Lex Luthor, throws Clark through the front window of Speck's Optical. (Season 1 episode X-Ray)
  • Pet Services
    • Central Bark
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
    • Metron Pharmaceuticals
        • LuthorCorp subsidiary. (Season 2 episode Nocturne) Property that Chloe and Lex discuss, building that's been shut down for seven years, where Lex suspects Lionel is conducting covert research. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
  • Planets
    • Krypton
        • The far-distant planet which was the home world of Superman until it exploded into fragments as the result of a cataclysmic chain reaction originating at the planet's core.
        • Clark's home planet, which he learns about from Dr. Virgil Swann. (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
    • Vergo
        • In May 1957, Superman finds a Kryptonian 'mind tape' which describes an adventure Jor-El had on the planet Vergo.
  • Plastic Surgery
    • Beechwood Medical Center
        • Plastic surgery. "You are one procedure away from perfection." (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Police Departments
    • Edge City Police
        • When Ryan reaches out to Clark for help, the Kents initially believe he's being held captive in Edge City, and they contact the Edge City Police looking for him. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
    • Metropolis PD
        • Local police department in Metropolis. (Season 1 episode Rogue) Local police department in Metropolis from various episodes. Detective search the grounds of the crime scene. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
        • Lex claims the Metropolis PD are on their way when he goes looking for his artifact. (Season 4 episode Run)
    • Metropolis Police
        • The Metropolis Police are present when Superman comes back to life.
    • Smallville Sheriff Department
        • Local police department in Smallville, from various episodes.
  • Political Parties
    • Tomorrow Party
        • Lex Luthor shocks the world when he stands outside the steps of Lexcorp Tower and announces his candidacy for the office of the President of the United States. Instead of running as a Democrat or Republican, Luthor says that he will be launching a new political party called the Tomorrow Party, built on a platform of taking the nation into the prosperous future. (Adventures of Superman #581)
  • Prisons
    • Kansas State Penitentiary
        • Lex visits Lionel in prison, where Lionel is waiting for him with a strange glowing stone to switch bodies. But Clark intervenes, and Lionel and Clark switch bodies instead. (Season 4 episode Transference)
    • U.S. Penitentiary
        • Prison from various episodes.
        • Lex visits Lionel in prison. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Lex and Lois both visit Lionel Luthor in prison - separately. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
        • Prison where Lionel is taken after the FBI arrests him for the murder of his parents. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Levitas Experiment
        • LuthorCorp project designed to create the ultimate interrogator. (Season 3 episode Truth)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Blaze Comics
        • The Blaze Comics building can be seen in Metropolis - in the comics, it's the fictional company that publishes Booster Gold comic books.
  • Quotes
    • Barry Allen & Bruce Wayne
        • Barry Allen: What are your superpowers again?
          Bruce Wayne: I'm rich.
    • Carrie Castle
        • Carrie Castle: Unlike your whore at the Inquisitor, I'm not for sale. (Season 1 episode Drone)
    • Chloe Sullivan
        • Chloe Sullivan: The worst sin of age is to forget the trials of youth. (Season 3 episode Exile)
        • Chloe Sullivan: Clark Kent leaps tall theories in a single bound! (Season 1 episode Obscura)
    • Chloe Sullivan, Clark Kent & Pete Ross
        • Chloe Sullivan: What are you doing to those poor citrus?
          Clark Kent: Apparently there's enough acid in them to act as a battery.
          Chloe Sullivan: How very survivor of you. What are you gonna call it, a Clockwork Orange?Pete Ross: Don't you wish you were the first one to say that?
          (Season 2 episode Visitor)
    • Clark Kent & Chloe Sullivan
        • Clark Kent: So Lana's mystery hero isn't out to save anyone. He's hunting them.
          Chloe Sullivan: Smallville's own version of a hate crime. But Why?
          Clark Kent: Revenge. Van McNulty's father was a Marine recruiter that was killed by Tina Greer.
          Chloe Sullivan: Tina's dead, so he decides to go Terminator on the rest. Van's fighting his own personal war.
          (Season 3 episode Extinction)
        • Clark Kent: I took a shortcut.
          Chloe Sullivan: Through what - a black hole?
          (Pilot episode)
    • Daily Planet
        • Daily Planet: Massive solar flare causes communications disruptions. (Season 3 episode Perry)
    • The Daily Planet
        • The Daily Planet: QUEEN INDUSTRIES CEO MISSING, PRESUMED DEAD (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. Virgil Swan
        • Dr. Virgil Swan: Corporate titans don't usually show up at my door unannounced. (Season 3 episode Legacy)
    • The Flash & Batman
        • The Flash: You have a satellite?
          Batman: I have six.
          The Flash: Right.
    • Greg Arkin
        • Greg Arkin (also known as Bug Boy): Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug. (Season 1 episode Metamorphosis)
    • Jimmy McGill
        • Jimmy McGill: I mean, I don't know. What f we did the Superman thing? You know, like Superman. Well, like a weatherman. Blue screen, I think.
    • Lex Luthor & Molly
        • Lex Luthor: I was looking for the on-call tech guy.
          Molly: Well, you found her.
          Lex Luthor: You work in the tech department?
          Molly: Would you rather have a Playstation-addicted dork wearing a Star Wars T-shirt?
          (Season 3 episode Delete)
    • Lionel Luthor
        • Lionel Luthor: You know Helen, black widows may be powerful predators, but every predator is somebody else's prey. (Season 3 episode Exile)
        • Lionel Luthor: When you're rich, you're not crazy. You're eccentric. (Season 3 episode Slumber)
    • Martha Kent
        • Martha Kent: How can you be fast as lightning and slow as molasses all at the same time? (Season 2 episode Lineage)
    • Metropolis Inquisitor
        • Metropolis Inquisitor: R.I.P. LEX: Search Called Off - Funeral Friday (Season 3 episode Exile)
    • Smallville High Torch
        • Smallville High Torch: Highjacked Truck Linked to LuthorCorp (Season 2 episode Witness)
        • Smallville High Torch: Mystery Shooter Saves Smallville Student! (Season 3 episode Extinction)
        • Smallville High Torch: Jonathan Kent Arrested in Luthor Shooting (Season 2 episode Suspect)
        • Smallville High Torch: Crows Take-Off for Another Successful Season (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
    • Smallville Ledger
        • Smallville Ledger: Smallville High Swim Champ Dies of Mysterious Causes (Season 2 episode Redux)
        • Smallville Ledger: Area Man Gains Finger on Left Hand - Loses One of the Right (Pilot episode)
        • Smallville Ledger: River Dredging Uncovers Bizarre Glow-in-the-Dark Geodes (Pilot episode)
    • The Smallville Ledger
        • The Smallville Ledger: Local Beauty Murdered (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • Steppenwolf
        • Steppenwolf: Oh, noble Queen, why do you fight? You can't save her. You can't save any of them.
  • Quotes-Headlines
    • Smallville High Torch
        • Smallville High Torch: Exclusive: Beloved Teacher or Fugitive Murderer? (Season 3 episode Truth)
  • Realms
    • The Guardian Realm
        • Location in Warrior Angel comic books. Warrior Angel and Delicious were once friends. But when Devilicus asked Warrior Angel to rule the Guardian Realm and Warrior Angel refused, Devilicus turned against him, and they became enemies. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
    • The Phantom Zone
        • A weird 'twilight dimension' first discovered by Superman's father, Jor-El. Kryptonian criminals were banished to the Phantom Zone to serve out their sentences as disembodied wraiths.
  • Realty Services
    • Comanche Realty
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There's a Comanche Realty sign out front. "Foreclosure / Bank owned.” Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Smallville Realty
        • Lana's aunt's realty company in Smallville, which she puts up for sale. (Season 1 episode Leech)
  • Restaurants-French
    • Le Petit Fleur
        • Most romantic restaurant in Metropolis, according to Lex Luthor, which Clark wants to know so that he can helps arguing parents. (Season 2 episode Insurgence)
  • Restaurants-Mexican
    • Burrito Ole
        • When Lana and Lex sell the Talon because Lana's moving to Paris, it's scheduled to be turned into a Mexican restaurant. (Season 3 episode Forsaken)
  • Schools-Military
  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • Metropolis Conservatory
        • Harry Bollston, elderly murder turned young again thanks to meteor rocks, mentions having wanted to attend Metropolis Conservatory, closed down now for years. (Season 1 episode Hourglass)
  • Security Services
    • HCA
        • Security company at the airport where Clark tracks down Dr. Thomas Burton in an attempt to help Ryan. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
  • Services-Other
    • Eddie Cole Crop Dusting
        • Pilot that claims to have seen a ship crash in Smallville during the meteor shower. (Season 1 episode Obscura)
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
  • Sports Teams-Football
    • Meteors
        • Clark imagines himself playing football for the Meteors at Metro Stadium. "The Meteors win!” (Season 4 episode Facade)
        • Clark and Chloe research the Lana's apparent phone call from the future, finding out from the Kansas Sports Network website that the football game between the Metropolis Metros and the Vipers at Metropolis Stadium hasn't happened yet. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
    • Metropolis Sharks
        • Professional football team in Metropolis. (Pilot episode) Clark suggests a football game instead of his annual fishing trip with his father. (Season 1 episode Reaper)
        • Clark and Jonathan travel to Metropolis for Jonathan's doctor visit at the Metropolis Day Clinic and a Metropolis Sharks game, though their plans are derailed when Bart steals Jonathan's wallet while saving him from a runaway Construx Industries truck. (Season 4 episode Run)
    • Vipers
        • Clark and Chloe research the Lana's apparent phone call from the future, finding out from the Kansas Sports Network website that the football game between the Metropolis Metros and the Vipers at Metropolis Stadium hasn't happened yet. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • Lawrence High School Timber Wolves
        • The Smallville High School Crows football team play the Lawrence Timber Wolves. (Season 1 episode Hothead)
  • Substances
        • Shards of the meteors that rained down on Smallville the night Clark arrived as a baby in his space ship, remnants of his home planet of Krypton. Green Kryptonite makes Clark weak. (multiple episodes) Red Kryptonite turns him into an immature rebel. (Season 2 episode Red)
        • A green crystalline material originating from Superman's home world of Krypton, extremely dangerous to Superman. The meteor containing Kryptonite found in a mine in Ethiopia is named Addis Ababa L9 Pallasite Meteorite.
  • Taxi Service
    • Metropolis Taxi
        • Taxi cab outside the building where Bob Rickman meets with the Center for Environmental Protection. (Season 1 episode Hug)
  • Technology Companies
    • Wayne Aerospace
        • Bruce mentions that the best minds at Wayne Aerospace couldn't make a prototype troop carrier fly.
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Blueberry Park Lane
        • Chloe tracks down Lucas Luthor's address in Smallville. (Season 2 episode Lineage)
    • Cold River Lane
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There's a Comanche Realty sign out front. "Foreclosure / Bank owned.” Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • County Highway 17
        • The red meteor fragments used for Smallville High School students' class rings were found at Hobbs Pond, south of County Highway 17. (Season 2 episode Red)
    • Highway 54
        • Lex's doctor Claire Foster's car found wrapped around a tree on highway 54. (Season 3 episode Asylum)
    • Highway 91
        • Highway that Jonathan Kent mentions in his story about stopping by the Wild Coyote for a beer the night Lionel Luthor was shot.
    • Route 12
        • Lana is injured in a gas pipeline explosion off Route 12 near mile marker 18. (Season 1 episode Obscura)
    • Route 31
        • Road Lois mentions, directions she has to Smallville. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
    • Route 8
        • Jonathan reveals that Kara is actually a girl named Lindsay whose car got a direct hit on Route 8 during the meteor shower. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Walnut Street
        • Clark finds Chloe's Wall of Weird at the residence of pioneering 19th century female journalist and Chloe's hero Nellie Blye, located at 2348 Walnut Street. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • West Street
        • Street in Smallville, Principal Kwan's address - the results of the license plate match with the driver of the car that hit Justin. Justin thinks it was Principal Kwan, and kills him. But it is later revealed to be Pricipal Kwan's son. (Season 1 episode Crush)
  • Toy Products
  • Travel Ports
    • Gotham Harbor
        • The super friends battle Steppenwolf and his minions on Stryker's Island, beneath Gotham Harbor.
    • Marina Del Lex
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

    • Metropolis International Airport
        • Airport in Metropolis. Lana leaves for Paris. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
  • Trivia
    • According to the town welcome sign, what is Smallville known for now, following the transition from the meteor shower flashback to present day? (Pilot episode)
    • According to the town welcome sign, what is the population of Smallville following the transition from the meteor shower flashback to present day? (Pilot episode)
      • According to the town welcome sign, what was Smallville known for back in 1989, at the time of the meteor shower flashback? (Pilot episode)
        • According to the town welcome sign, what was the population of Smallville back in 1989, during the meteor shower flashback? (Pilot episode)
          • How long has Clark and his father's annual fishing trip been going on? (Season 1 episode Reaper)
            • Pete Ross' date to the Spring Formal at Smallville High School. (Season 1 episode Obscura)
              • What book does Lex say his father gave him a copy of on his 10th birthday? (Season 1 episode Reaper)
              • Trivia-Names
                • Name that Issue: Originating from the Superman radio program, kryptonite first appears in a comic book story.
                  • Name that Issue: The first Superman comic book story written by someone other than Jerry Siegel.
                    • Name that Issue: The letters column becomes a regular feature (The first DC title to do so).
                    • Trivia-Numbers
                      • Victor Stone's jersey number at Gotham City University. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
                      • TV Shows-Entertainment News
                        • X Styles Media
                            • Perry White's current job. Cable TV's one stop for the paranormally inclined. (Season 3 episode Perry)
                      • TV Shows-News
                        • Channel 99 News
                            • TV news team following Lionel Luthor at the courthouse. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
                        • In the Moment News
                            • News program that airs segment called The Superman Question, featuring filmmaker Vikram Gandh, seen while Superman saves girl in Juarez. www.inthemomentnews.com.
                        • KPAZ 54
                            • Local TV news featuring lead story: Comet impacts sun: Record breaking solar flares. (Season 3 episode Perry)
                        • KPAZ News
                            • TV news team following Lionel Luthor at the courthouse. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
                        • KZXP 21
                            • TV news team following Lionel Luthor at the courthouse. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
                        • News Now
                            • TV news team following Lionel Luthor at the courthouse. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
                      • TV Stations
                        • Galaxy Broadcasting System
                            • A major television network in the Superman comics that once owned the Daily Planet.
                      • TV Stations-Numbers
                      • TV Stations-Theme
                        • Kansas Sports Network
                            • Clark and Chloe research the Lana's apparent phone call from the future, finding out from the Kansas Sports Network website that the football game between the Metropolis Metros and the Vipers at Metropolis Stadium hasn't happened yet. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
                      • Universities
                        • Gotham City University
                            • GCU. Victor Stone plays football. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
                            • Chloe consults molecular biology professor Dr. Teng at Metropolis University. (Season 3 episode Velocity)
                            • Lois’ father tells her, “Met U just yanked your acceptance”. It turns out that Lois failed her last semester and has to go to high school with Clark in Smallville. (Season 4 episode Facade)
                            • Lois, still trying to get back in to Metropolis University, calls Smallville High School "Po-dunk High School". (Season 4 episode Devoted)
                      • Vehicles-Aircraft
                      • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
                      • Vehicles-Military
                      • Vehicles-Nautical
                        • Cortlandt
                            • Boat that Aquaman saves after its hull is breached and it's going down. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
                      • Vehicles-Space
                      • Water
                        • Costa Del Lex
                            • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

                        • Crater Lake
                            • Lake near Smallville, site of high school party. (Season 1 episode Cool) Lake where Lana and Clark's mysterious new friend Byron supposedly drowned years ago, according to his father. (Season 2 episode Nocturne) Lake Chloe mentions, where she lost her keys. (Season 3 episode Extinction) Clark dreams that he goes swimming - and then skinny-dipping - with Lana. (Season 3 episode Slumber) After Lex is attacked at the mansion, he tells Clark that his security guard Darius is probably at the bottom of Crater Lake by now. (Season 3 episode Shattered)
                        • Elbow River
                            • Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, playing on the Old Elbow River footbridge. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
                        • Hobbs Pond
                            • The red meteor fragments used for Smallville High School students' class rings were found at Hobbs Pond, south of County Highway 17. (Season 2 episode Red)
                        • Lex Springs
                            • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

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