Executive Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
Producer: John Borman
Directors: Charles A. Nichols, Cosmo Anzilotti, Bill Hutten, Tony Love
Story Editors: Marv Wolfman, Cherie Wilkerson
Scripts: Marv Wolfman, Cherie Wilkerson, Marty Paso, Larry DeTillo, Karen Wilson, Buzz Dixon, Michael Reeves, Chris Weber, Meg McLaughlin
Character Design: Gil Kane
(The Adoption) - Martha and Jonathan Kent discover a small infant in a crashed rocketship, take the baby boy to an orphanage where they try to adopt him. However there is a waiting line of couples looking to adopt. Although each couple quickly change their mind thanks to pranks played upon them by the baby. He clearly wants to be adopted by only Martha and Jonathan Kent.
(The Supermarket) - Martha Kent takes young Clark on their first shopping trip together. She has a hard time instructing Clark not to use any of his superpowers while in public.
(At the Babysitter's) - Martha and Jonathan leave Clark with a babysitter for an evening. When told he has ten minutes before bed time Clark uses his heat-vision to stop the clock. Easily carries the TV set into his bedroom when he finally is taken to bed, and then flies on top of the refridgerator for the cookie jar when he gets hungry.
(The First Day of School) - Clark attends him first day at school, where he meets Lana Lang. Another boy accidentally lets loose the class guinnea pig and blames it on Clark. Not happy with being in the teacher's bad books, Clark continually attempts to retrieve the pet (getting in trouble again), until he finally succeeds.
(Overnight with the Scouts) - Camping out in the woods, Clark and his Scouts friends are treated to a ghost story which sets their imaginations running wild. When Clark hears noises in the night, the boys go exploring a find nothing more than the usual woodland nightlife.
(The Circus) - Clark accidentally becomes a part of his first circus.
(Little Runaway) - Unhappy with having to clean out the barn without his superpowers, and miss out on a movie he'd wanted to see. Young Clark decides to runaway from home. When a dog steals his packed lunch, Clark's day goes from bad to worse, and he finally realises that home isn't so bad afterall.
(The Birthday Party) - An unexpected surprise disrupts Clark's birthday party.
(The Driver's License) - Pa Kent tries to teach Clark how to drive, however Clark has problems hitting barrels Pa has placed as obstacles. When ready, Clark first takes (and quickly) passes the written exam... Passes the eye exam with flying colors... And finally takes the driving test, which he also passes, highly impressing the driving instructor.
(First Date) - Taking the family truck, Clark drives towards Lana's house for their first date. The truck breaks down and Clark has to use his super powers to fix it. Arriving at Lana's late, Clark and Lana drive off to a concert for a band called The Mix, only to have Lana's car door get stuck. Again Clark uses his super powers to remove the door. When the band's own van breaks down, making them late for their own concert, Clark flies off, fixes their van, and flies back to enjoy the concert with Lana.
(To Play or not To Play) - Clark learns he can't play football.
(Graduation) - Clark's Graduation robe is soiled in a run in with Lana's pet dog, and then later by some runaway cows. There's no time to get the robe drycleaned, so he purchases the last one in store... which is way too big for him. Martha stitches it up for him and they head off to the Graduation ceremony, only to realise rain clouds look like spoiling the outdoor event. Clark flies off to blow away the clouds, arriving just in time to receive his graduation certificate.
(It's Superman) - Clark leaves Smallville for Metropolis. His mother gives him a package containing a costume she's created for Clark from the blankets he was wrapped in when they found him as a baby. While in an job interview with Perry White, Lois bursts in with news of a tank robbing banks. Perry promises Clark he'll have a job if he can scoop Lois on this story... In the process of getting the story, Clark changes into his costume, saves Lois, stops the robberies and writes the first Daily Planet front page story on Superman!