Lex: I just wanted to say bon voyage.
Lana: Shouldn’t you be at the courthouse?
Lex: My father can wait. Lana, I couldn’t let the last person you saw from Smallville be the shuttle driver looking for his tip.
Lana: Lex, um, I can’t thank you enough for everything that you’ve done for me.
Lex: It’s pretty clear your destiny lies far beyond the Smallville city limits. I’m just trying to help you get there.
Lana: I don’t know what I did to deserve such a great friend, but I’m glad that you came into my life.
Lex: Maybe I’ll bump into you on the Champs-Elysees.
Lana: You’re gonna be in Paris?
Lex: I haven’t been in a couple of years, but now I have a reason to go.
There’s a scene in Jitters where I’m hanging 200 feet in the air with Tony Todd, who was great. We were strapped up there and it wasn’t very comfortable. I’m hanging from him and it’s painful because the straps go right up your behind. He’s a very gentle giant, but finally he went, ‘Dammit, we are doing this now, or we are not doing this.’ And they got it done. I said, ‘Thank you, large man, for getting that done.’
- Michael Rosenbaum, Smallville Magazine, May 2004 issue