A car body shop. Clark -- looking dorky with his folded piece of paper -- asks for a Tanner Sutherland, which you usually have to pay extra for at the massage parlor. Tanner was on the Evite list. Clark finds the teen, who's working under a hood right then. (Car hood, not KKK hood.) Clark asks Delinquent Dad if he was at that one party last week. It was killer, dude. DD lies that he thinks he was working. "You didn't hook up with Karen Gallagher?" Clark asks, all accusatory. DD asks what Clark wants and who he is. "I'm the guy who found your son," Clark says sternly. It would be great if Clark jumped the gun and it was somebody else on the Evite he should be getting all self-righteous with. "Look, dude, I don't have a son," says DD. He also has work to do. Clark lectures, "I'm not gonna let you walk away from this. You have a responsibility!" DD tells Clark to get off of him. Clark tells DD that his son needs help. Clark wants to know how Evan got into that field. DD tells the story of how he hooked up at the party, then got a call the next day from the girl saying she was pregnant. He says he went over and the girl's stomach was already, you know, pregnant. He says that, a week later, they were in his car on their way to the hospital. He says she was screaming and then the car went up, "like a freakin' A-bomb!" DD says it wasn't a baby. "It was some kind of monster," he says. Uh oh. Clark looks at him coldly: "He's a human being, Tanner." Yeah, Tanner! "And he's your son," Clark adds. He tells DD that his son is aging rapidly and needs a bone-marrow transplant from DD. DD says, "What!? No!" in a highly comical and very expected way. DD says he can't deal with this. He walks away. Clark maybe should have tried a slicker approach than the "You suck, deadbeat dad" method.
Kent barn. Clark is grabbing some sacks of stage business as Bo platitudes that, hey, the dad is just too young and fatherhood is an enormous responsibility. Children who land in strange craters aren't going to just raise themselves! Clark is still angry. He shouldn't be the only guy his age getting pissed on by babies. Clark is mad that Evan's going to die because his father won't help. Bo Duke says that they'll figure it out, but what's more important is what they'll tell Evan. I hate to disagree, but I think the fact that he's going to die soon without a bone-marrow transplant is a little more important than how you're going to tell him about his dad. Clark suggests not telling Evan about his father: "He's going to take it pretty hard." Bo says that an orphan child has a right to know about his origins. "You should know that better than anybody," Bo burps, putting a hand on Clark's shoulder. Bo offers to talk to Evan. He says he has some experience in the area. Clark wants to tell Evan himself.