Talon entrance. Clark, wearing a blue windbreaker on a blue T-shirt whooshes in. He calls for Chloe, but gets no answer. Clark sees an open door upstairs. He leans his head and uses his superhearing. He hears men struggling and grunting and knows that this is a job for Clark. So much danger and passion. It's the Gayest Look of the Episode. "Oliver," he says. Clark bashes through the basement door, grabs Davis and pushes him against a big water heater. It bursts and steam flies. Clark asks where Chloe went. Davis, steamy, asks what Clark's going to do to him. In bullet time, Clark grabs Davis and pushes him while grabbing onto him. They go all the way up the basement stairs in a blur. We pan back across the basement. Oliver is still sitting in his chair. Could, uh, someone untie me? Please? I'll give you a job if you do.
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Talon, same night. We focus on a set of yellow flowers next to set of purple flowers. Is that supposed to represent Chloe and Davis? Chloe enters to find suits and paramedics inside. Jimmy is being wheeled out on a stretcher. Chloe says, "Oh my God." She asks if Jimmy and Oliver had been held in the basement. Dr. Hamilton is there to helpfully inform her, "They're lucky to be alive." If he's so scared of Davis, why did he come running? Chloe tells Jimmy she's sorry and squeezes his arm. She's lucky Davis didn't take a bite out of it. Jimmy shows no emotion as he averts his eyes from his ex-wife. "Whatever you do, Chloe, stay away from that monster." Jimmy is carted off. Oh, by the way, you can forget about any alimony, unless you want it in monkey feces. For some reason, Dr. Hamilton helps take Jimmy away. Oliver says he thought about calling the police (he didn't?) but figured he'd give Chloe a chance to explain herself for harboring a serial killer. The paramedics didn't tip off the police? I guess this is Oliver's special crew, not public EMS. Chloe says it's all her fault for leaving Davis alone. Oliver asks when she became one of the bad guys. Ouch. Chloe says that she calms Davis. He needed her. Oliver, pissed off, asks if the needs of the Cornfield Killer outweigh the needs of the world. Chloe says it's complicated. Oliver gets in her way as she tries to walk past. He says Davis, the psychopath, said the same thing. Oliver lectures Chloe about coddling a killer. Chloe, teary-eyed and losing her composure, says she had the whole thing under control. Oliver loses control of his line readings as he tells her that speaking as Davis's would-be next victim, her plan was seriously flawed. He asks how she thought this would end. She promises to find Davis and fix this. "No. You won't," Oliver says. He tells her Clark will handle it from here. She asks where Clark went. Oliver says Clark took Davis. "He's finally gonna finish this," Oliver promises. Oh, I don't believe that. We've got two whole episodes left this season.