Now it's time for Oz, the lame, white-boy version. Tool Boy and Supernerd go to Van McNulty's room to go give him some grief. Tool Boy calls him "Ku Klux Van." Hee. Van McNulty tells the freaks to get out of his "grill." Supernerd -- offended by this profanity from another dimension -- tells McNulty to watch his mouth. Tiny, wee Tool Boy tells Van McNulty that they heard about his one-man ethnic cleansing campaign. McNulty feigns ignorance. Tool Boy picks up an animal skull of a shelf and says that McNulty was picking off Kryptofreaks like it was the first day of hunting season. "And now you're stuck in here with all us ducks. Quack quack," says Supernerd, the most ineffectual villain of all time. McNulty tries to walk away, but they stop him. Tool Boy makes him a proposition: they want to get Clark Kent, and they hear McNulty knows his weakness. Tool Boy says they want to sample "the sweet taste of revenge." Supernerd says he can leach Clark's powers and break them out. Supernerd explains how he took Clark's powers with a lightning blast, and Clark took them back with a high-voltage shock. You know, after all this time, that doesn't sound so...wait, no, it still sounds stupid. "How do I know I can trust you freaks?" McNulty asks. "The enemy of your enemy is your friend," Tool Boy says. Er...maybe he should just not talk anymore. McNulty is thinking, "Why did I get stuck with the two lamest guest villains in the history of the show?"
Metropolis flyover. Papa Luthor and Doctor Unamused are walking down a hallway when she says she's not comfortable proceeding with a procedure. Papa Luthor says he's let her do drug therapy for a month, and not only is Lex's memory intact, but he tried to escape. "I can't afford to waste any more time," says Papa Luthor, as they walk into his sleek office. Doctor Unamused says that the procedure Papa Luthor wants is draconian and only has about a 50\% success rate. She says it leaves the other half with irreparable brain damage. Has Clark already had this done? "No risk. No reward," Papa Luthor tells her. Doctor Unamused is unamused. She says that performing this on someone who doesn't need it is unconscionable. Maybe she should change her name to Doctor Unconscionable. Papa says she's experimented with it before. Hey, that was back in college in the '60s. Everybody was experimenting. Papa Luthor says they had an agreement, and strongly suggests that she keep her part of it. He commands her to start the procedure immediately. The doctor is conflicted. And unamused.