Daily Planet. Clark and Lois are hunched over the same computer, commiserating over having to compete over the same job. Clark guesses Sacks must have powerful friends to get a life sentence reversed. Powerful friends or weak writing. He consults the almighty Internet's "underground blogs" and learns that there's a party being held that night at Maxwell's in Ray's honor. Lois despairs. "It'd be easier to crash the White House than it would be to sneak into that party!" Eh, it's not that hard to crash the White House. You just need the right outfit and lax security, which this show has in spades! Lois suggests they split up to cover more ground, and Clark pretends he thinks it's a good idea. "Can't wait for tonight," Lois adds as she leaves. Clark sort of just sits there, so the camera follows Lois into the elevator. What transpires next is an embarrassing series of phone calls to Zod. He doesn't answer, so she blathers at length before ever getting to the reason she called and exceeds the voicemail limit. Twice. She finally gets to the point and asks for the Blur's help on the Sacks case. There are two other people on the elevator for the last call, so, you know, way to keep your association with the Blur a secret, Lane.
Episode Report CardTippi Blevins: D | 1433 USERS: B-
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