Alaska. Chloe wakes up as a shadow creeps across her bed. "Clark?" she asks. Not quite. "Now how could Clark possibly be here?" Lex asks. Chloe says she doesn't know. She was dreaming. She asks what's going on. "I came to take you home," he says. Dark music plays. Chloe looks worried.
Medical Center. Clark exits an elevator carrying flowers. Lois is there to snatch them and pretend they're for her. "Too sweet for words," she says. Clark asks about the frog in her throat. It's the WB Frog. That's where he's been hiding. Lois, hoarsely (whorsely?), says that she got it from "Barbie the Barbarian." Lois says that the doctors advised not talking too much. "Aw, gee, that's too bad," Clark says. Where was Bo's raspy voice? Lois says she needs to catch a plane to Geneva to meet IRONSIDE! Clark thanks Lois for being there for the family. Lois gives Clark back his flowers and tells him where to find Lana.
One of the cooler songs on this show starts to play -- a new one from Depeche Mode. It sounds like every other Depeche Mode song you've ever heard, which in this case is not a bad thing. Lana, scratched up a bit about the forehead, is reading something in bed. She makes her grimacing squirrel face. It's an article with a photo of Jason Teague and Jane Seymour. "Socialite and son killed," it says. Well, they weren't killed at the same time. That's kind of misleading. An arrow points to the headline. It says underneath, "YOU OWE ME ONE," with the initial "L" below. Lex? Lionel? Larry the Cable Guy? Lana almost cries. Clark enters the room. She puts the newspaper away. Clark hopes irises are still her favorite flower. Lana says some things stay #1 forever. Clark says that, before the meteor shower, Lana said some things. Sexy things. "Three words sorta stood out," he says. Lana sputters that the sky was literally falling. She didn't know if she'd see him again. Clark says it was a crisis; sometimes people say things they don't mean. Long pause. "Clark...I meant every word," she whispers, smiling. It's not awful. Clark sits on the bed. "The question is...did you?" she asks. Clark thinks about it. He leans forward and kisses Lana. They look at each other. "No more secrets. No more lies," he says. "Yeth!" Lana thinks. Lana asks Clark if he believes in life on other planets. "Actually, I do," he says. Lana tells Clark she saw something in the crater: a spaceship. "It was unbelievable," she says. Clark uses the facial expression Blue Steel.