Kent Farm. It's sunny and the cows (the cows!) are mooing. Inside, Chloe's in the living room, looking at a framed photo of her with Clark and Pete. It's from the first season of the show and they all look like babies. Seriously. I remember thinking back then how Tom Welling looked much too old to play a kid, but now I think his first-season self looks like he just plopped out of the womb. Chloe next looks at a picture of Clark and Lois at this season's homecoming episode. I think she, too, is marveling at the age difference. Clark walks in from the kitchen. "It wasn't the same without you," he says. "I can't believe it's been five years already," she says. It's been ten years! TEN! Oh man, am I suffering from PTSD now? Oh, she means since they graduated high school. All right, then. Chloe's sad about how much she's missed out on, but Clark reminds her she was able to save them. If she'd been there, Trotter would have captured her, too. Chloe credits the Fate helmet for warning her. Clark's a little uneasy about working with the Suicide Squad. Chloe tells him that "every Frankenstein has a human heart." But just in case relying on decent human nature didn't pan out, she also destroyed Rick Flag's secret missile system. "I gave him a choice: I could either report them to the government, or they could report to me." That... doesn't seem like the best plan in the world. But Clark seems sort of impressed. He can't believe this is the same girl in that high school picture. Speaking of high school... Clark almost shyly asks how she managed to trust him back then, before he told her the truth. They have a nice little talk about trust and secrets and how lies are sometimes for protecting people. He regards her with respect and understanding. "You never gave up," he says. "And I never will," she tells him.
At this point, Lois walks in through the kitchen door, arms laden with groceries. She has good news: Tess just texted her that Trotter and her men are "enjoying a taste of their own virtual venom." Does that mean they're hooked up to those computers? Chloe is pleased that Trotter won't be able to tell the world Clark's secret anytime soon. Yeah, but... what's keeping Slade Wilson from blabbing? Or any of the other VRA ops who didn't happen to be at the raid? There are only five minutes left in the episode, so we're probably not supposed to worry about these things. Clark seems glad, too. Lois takes the rare opportunity of their togetherness to ask Chloe to be her maid of honor. Chloe practically explodes with sunshine and smiles as she throws her arms around her cousin's neck. So that's a "yes," it seems. Clark watches the ladies hug, giving them a goofy grin like, "Those crazy ladies of mine!"