Fortress. Clark is yelling at Jarnelle. He says that he knows Zor-El was an enemy, but that Kara is his cousin. He thinks there must be some way to track her down. Jarnelle says that if Clark had heeded his warning, this would have never happened. He says Kara's well-being is no longer their concern. Clark asks what happened to helping other people. It blew up a planet, Clark. Jarnelle says that's not his mission. Clark doesn't believe him. Jarnelle says only Zor-El knows where Kara went. Clark says Zor-El is gone. "You have chosen to defy me yet again, Kal-El. And you seem to lack the capacity to learn your lesson." Yeah, pretty much. Big, dumb alien. Jarnelle says that he's sorry, but this defiance won't go without consequence. Everything goes to white, then suddenly to black. That's it.
And as a bonus, here's a special excerpt from Zor-El on Inside the Actor's Studio, in case you missed it:
James Lipton: As you probably know, I always ask my guests to answer the 10 interview questions originated by Bernard Pivot.
Zor-El: He sounds like a wonderful and dramatic Earthling. It is a shame I will have to kill him.
James Lipton: Yes. Let us begin. What is your favorite word?
James Lipton: What is your least favorite word?
James Lipton: What turns you on?
Zor-El: The thought of the universe bowing before me as I rule with a strong, yet fully realized and dramatic idiom. Also, my brother's hot wife.
James Lipton: What turns you off?
Zor-El: Weakness. Overacting. My know-it-all brother.
James Lipton: What sound or noise do you love?
Zor-El: The sound of one hand clapping my brother in the face over and over, saying, "Why are you hitting yourself? Jor-El? Why do you keep hitting yourself?"
James Lipton: What sound or noise do you hate?
Zor-El: A theatre full of booing patrons. Fuck you all!
James Lipton: What is your favorite curse word?
James Lipton: What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
Zor-El: I think I would have been a very good chef if this scientist and acting thing hadn't worked out. Thank goodness it did, right?
James Lipton: What profession would you not like to attempt?
Zor-El: Theatre critic. Really, where do they get the nerve? I would like to see them all killed, specifically, when I destroy the Earth's people. "So insufferably over the top he may as well be twirling a moustache in an old silent film?" Well, fuck you very much, Ben Brantley!