Opening credits! Nothing creepy about that. Except...oh, I guess there isn't. Commercials are creepy, though.
We spy Lana through a window and some curtains (hey, who doesn't) as she sits on her bed and looks at old photo flipbook. She stares at a picture of Creepy Crazy Little Girl and another girl, who I think we can all figure out is Lana as a young, cursed girl. The girls look chummy. "That's my favorite dress!" ACK! It's CCLG. Don't do that! Lana jumps and says, "You're not real." The little girl protests that she is indeed real. She's keepin' it real, in fact. Lana tells the girl that she died. CCLG looks confused. A knock at the door. Clark says that Chloe's dad told him Lana was in the room. Lana goes to the door as scary music plays and the camera goes all unhinged. If we already know Clark is on the other side of the door, why is this supposed to be suspenseful? Lana opens the door. She and Clark look around and there's no little girl. Lana's still scared. Clark assures Lana that she can say anything, just like that Ione Skye chick. Lana asks Clark whether he believes in ghosts. Suspenseful music crescendos.
The bridge over the River Cheese. Lana shows Clark where she and the little girl used to float boats made out of flowers. "They always sunk [sic] before they got around the bend," Lana says helpfully. She's wearing blue instead of pink, by the way. Clark asks if this is where the little girl drowned. Lana, near tears, says it was raining. The bridge was slippery. Lana stops. Clark puts a hand on her shoulder for comfort. Lana holds Clark's hand. Lana sniffles and says that the funny thing is, CCLG always believed in ghosts. Whenever a candle went out or a curtain rustled, she said it was Lana's mom trying to talk her. Oh, don't palm off Lana's craziness of some dead little girl. Lana says she always thought the ghost thing was just make-believe. Lana says that maybe this is her friend's way of showing Lana that the dead really can communicate. I thought that ideology was done away with by the cancellation of Miracles. Clark must not believe, because he tries to punch holes in that theory. He asks why a ghost waited so long to communicate. Lana doesn't know. Clark is thinking "rational explanation." Clark asks about the girl's parents. Lana says they split up, but that her dad lives in Grandville now. Why not go visit him?
Hey, I was just kidding. Oh man, Clark and Lana really do go to harass some poor dead girl's poor living father. Hey, it's that janitor from Scrubs! I love him! He's dressed kinda snazzy, but maybe that's just because I'm used to seeing him in a blue jumpsuit. He breathes heavily as he sees Lana and Clark approach in the faithful red truck. He asks if they can read the "No trespassing" signs. Lana introduces herself. "Well look at you," Creepy Dead Girl's Daddy says bitterly, "all grown up." Damn. I know I get on Lana a lot, but this is the first time I've ever seen somebody snark on her just for making it past childhood. Lana says that this is going to sound strange, but she thinks she saw CCLG. Creepy Dead Girl's Daddy twitches at the mouth and asks if this is some sort of sick joke. No, it's a clean one. Lana says she's seen the girl twice. Clark interjects that they figured if anyone else had seen her, it'd be the daddy. He says sure he's seen her. He sees her in the wind, when a child is on a swing, blah blah blah missmydaughtercakes. He says that a parent never gets over a child's death. Then he gets into his blue car and drives off. Something tells me he's not being totally truthful here.