Daily Planet. Lois is clearing off her old desk when Cat comes in to congratulate her on the promotion. She's even brought a tin of S-shield cookies. Lois is suspicious, but Cat seems sincere. She admits she may have gone a little far (not by this show's standards) in trying to be the "voice of a hero" like Lois. Lois tells her to be a great reporter in her own way. "Be yourself," Lois says. Then she notices that Cat has also brought in a box of personal belongings... and a nameplate. While Lois is moving on up, Cat will be moving on in. I've never been so glad this show is almost done. Clark joins them. "Meet your new desk buddy," Lois says. Cat gives him a bright smile. Clark promptly klutzes it up and knocks over her stuff. He starts picking it up, all dorky apologies. "Clark's nice and all if you want to invest in a fixer-upper," Cat says to Lois. "But he's no Blur." Jeez, lady. He's right there. At least wait till he's out of the room to badmouth him, would you?
Kent Farm. It's night and the moon is, surprisingly, a mere crescent in the sky. In the living room, Lois is going over a folder of Booster notes. For some reason, she's wearing Clark's nerd specs. Clark watches her from the doorway for a moment. "After seeing all the trouble Booster went through to hide his insecurities, I think I can make the glasses work." But, as nature dictates, he immediately follows up with a moment of doubt. Lois gently chides him, reminding him he went from "sleek to geek in under 24 hours." That's a good thing, right? Clark sits beside her on the sofa and says he heard what Cat said about him. Lois was thrilled, but Clark is bummed. "It doesn't matter what people say about me; this is about you." He reclaims his glasses. He doesn't mind being a loser, but he worries what people will think of Lois. Again, this is just so dumb. One, women date nerds all the time. Two, Lois has never given any indication that she cares what the hell people think of her. Three, just shut up and stop with the moping already. This is just insulting to geeks everywhere. Clark goes on about how unbelievable it is that strong, sexy Lois would want to marry the new Clark. He puts on his glasses to illustrate his point. "How could they ever understand that you'd ever be interested in this?" he asks, and rips open his shirt. Well, there's your answer. Lois takes off his glasses and climbs up on him. "We can make this work," she says, kissing him. The last shot is of them easing back on the couch as the camera focuses on the glasses. Welcome to your lifelong commitment of boosting his ego, Lois.