Creepy Crazy Little Girl's house. She's singing "Ring Around the Rosie" as her dad walks up. Hey, I think he was lying to Lana and Clark! You bastard! The yard looks dilapidated. There's a weird green ball in the background. Dad says he's been looking all over for the girl. She's on a sad-looking old swing. She says that everything's different. "Where are all the bunnies?" she asks. They both look over at a set of empty rabbit cages. He says they can talk about it when they get home. "This is our home, daddy," CCLG says. He says it's not anymore. Their home is in Grandville now. CCLG pouts. She says she doesn't understand why Lana said she died. Oh. Man. Creepy! "Lana doesn't know what she's talking about," CCLG's dad explains. CCLG says that Lana does: "She's my best friend." She stops the swing. He offers his hand. "No!" she says. She says she's not going and she doesn't want to be locked up anymore. She wants to be a normal girl, and she wants to play with Lana. Dad gets serious. He says CCLG's never to see Lana Lang ever again. Can he decide that for all of us, too? Pouty, CCLG says Dad can't tell her what to do and she'll do as she pleases. Dad moves to grab her, but she superzips away at blur speed. Dad looks around. A windmill that was in the yard comes at him, spike first, and punctures through his gut. He grunts. That's one angry little girl! The swing moves lazily. Dad is on the ground, the spike through his torso.
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Graveyard! The site of many teary-eyed stares between Clark and Lana on this show. Clark has dragged poor Pete along with him; Pete complains about grave-spelunking in the rain. Clark says they have to rule out the zombie theory. There was a zombie theory? Pete says that if Creepy Little Crazy Girl is a ghost, she wouldn't appreciate Clark scoping out her coffin. On the contrary. I think she'd be flattered. Clark finds the grave. It says "Emily Eve Dinsmore, January 20, 1986, April 14, 1996. Loving child, blessed angel." To make the point more clear, the gravestone is a huge cherub. Clark reads the gravestone aloud. Clark x-ray-visions the grave. Inside, he sees a coffin and a skeleton. Now that's creepy. Clark says that the body hasn't been touched. Pete notices something and points. It's CCLG, all wet from the rain and holding a stuffed bunny. She looks amazingly sad. As Clark watches her, she suddenly zips out of frame. "Where did she g--" Pete begins, and suddenly everything goes into...well, not bullet time. All the raindrops freeze in mid-air and start dropping really, really slowly as Clark moves about in a slow-motion world. I guess we'd call it rain time? Clark watches CCLG as she passes and the raindrops hang in the air, splooshing by us as the camera swirls around. The girl runs. Clark chases her. Pete unfreezes and notices that Clark is gone. Clark follows CCLG into a crypt, but somehow loses sight of her right in the entrance. He does find a necklace, though. The pendant is a gold heart. It's very teen-hearthrob, isn't it -- Clark all wet from the rain and holding a gold heart necklace?