Commercials. The Dark Knight. Wow, wow, wow. Now there's a superhero who's not all mopey.
Kent Farm. The cows cannot wait for this damn season to be over. They're taking a vacation to the bovine area of Cabo San Lucas, Cowbo. Inside the house, Clark sits on the living room couch, grimly holding beneath his fingers a small lead box. Chloe comes in through the front door and sees that he's "breaking out the heavily artillery." She says it's not every day you see Clark Kent clutching a box of Kryptonite. Or a pocketful, which is what 4 out of 5 Spin Doctors recommend. Clark says this is the only way to stop her. Chloe guesses their chat didn't go so well. Clark, looking out the window plaintively, says that Kara believes he'll be used as a weapon and that he's not doing enough to stop it. Kara and Teague both seemed to believe this. Maybe they have a point, Clark? Just maybe? "What if she's right?" he asks. What if I am a big, pretty missile? Chloe says that Kara is a lot of things: "Reckless, headstrong, possibly psychotic..." but that she's wrong about Clark. Chloe says that Clark has done everything to stop Veritas and more. Well, not really. He hasn't incapacitated Lex in any way. Clark blinks. He picks up the lead box. Clark says that Chloe is the only person who can help him. "I'm always here for you, Clark," she says. Clark insists that Chloe won't be alone. He'll be there by her side when Kara arrives. Whoah, whoah, whoah, what's the plan? Chloe says that if Clark is going to use this kind of weaponry, he can't shoot himself in the foot. She says it'll take out any Kryptonian in the room and that Clark can't be around when she lifts the lid. She wants to do this herself. Yeah, cool, good luck with that. Later!