At the Superhero Museum, Clark is passed out on the floor. He slowly wakes up and gets to his feet. He's alone, so he takes the opportunity to have a look around. He pulls the sheet off one display case, revealing a treasure trove of hero memorabilia that would make geekdom wet its collective pants. There's Wildcat's boxing gear; the Green Lantern's, uh, green lantern, along with his mask and ring; and the original Flash's winged helmet. He goes to the next case and pulls off the sheet. He finds Mr. Terrific's weight belt, Hourman's hourglass, and some of Hawkman's extra weapons. Another case holds Hawkgirl's helmet, shattered across the right brow. The next sheet he pulls off reveals a large, circular marble table, inlaid with gold and black lettering that reads "Justice Society of America." The final revelation is a painting that shows all the JSA sitting at the marble table in their superhero costumes. In the painting, Hawkman and Hawkgirl hold hands. Reverent music plays. Clark remembers flashes of the criminal records and film reel he and Chloe found, matching them up mentally with the painted images he sees now. There's a clip we didn't see earlier, showing Kent Nelson being dragged away in a straitjacket while his wife watches, crying.
Just then, Hawkman comes in for a landing behind him. Clark asks why he was brought here. Hawkman: "Dr. Fate says you're a big deal, but I don't see it." You should see him without his shirt. Dr. Fate emerges from the shadows to say, "Clark Kent is not like the others; his path is righteous." Self-righteous, maybe. Courtney comes into the room. "If Dr. Fate says he's OK, then he's OK, right?" Hawkman remains silent... gruffly silent. Courtney tells Clark he was brought there because Sylvester wanted to form a new JSA with the surviving members and the new kids. He should have started a Facebook fan page. People will join anything on Facebook. Hawkman is jaded, though, and thinks the new generation of heroes will make the same mistakes the last one did, and the one before that. Clark frowns. Hawkman says, "It's obvious by how you skipped your homework. You don't even know who we are." Clark: "You don't know who we are, either. But none of us here are the bad guys." An arrow pierces the air between them, striking the painted image of Hawkman right in the heart. "You so sure about that?" Oliver asks. Oliver joins the group, saying that Hawkman threw him through a window. Hawkman: "I hope I didn't make you cry." Just a little. Oliver and Hawkman whip out their metaphorical wieners and start trading insults and threats. Oliver advances on Hawkman, who neatly flips him onto the table. He raises his mace just as Oliver raises his bow. John Jones walks into the room at this point, wearing a green shirt and red suspenders under his black coat. "I hope it's not too late to say we come in peace." Heh. Tense drums! Tense stares all around! Commercials.