Rail yard. Tess and the hench-photog from earlier go to inspect Chloe's cache of weapons. But when they cut the bolts off, the doors swing open to reveal... nothing. Everything has been cleared out. Tess is pissed and orders him to find out what it is "they're" spending the money on. Chloe pops up in the middle of this, but ducks behind a freight car when she sees them arguing. She frowns, clearly confused as to where her fancy new arsenal has gone. Tess and the hench-photog drive away. Seems like little miss "I want to save the planet" is in the habit of riding around in a gigantic SUV. Maybe it's a hybrid, which, rather than taking an outright dump on Mother Nature, just sort of cuts a big, stinking fart in her face. Chloe is staring after them when Oliver slips into the scene behind her. "Figured Tess was up to something," he says, "when she gave me the tip about all the money you 'borrowed.'" He had the stockpile moved. They wonder what Tess is up to. "Clark saw a future we want to run away from," Oliver says. He thinks maybe Tess wants to take them there. If that's the case, then she's a raving loon, since she knows she dies horribly. Chloe asks about the weapons, but Oliver won't tell her where they are. Chloe is stunned. "Are you keeping me in the dark because I lied to you?" she asks. Oliver's all, "Well, you can't have one set of rules for yourself and a whole 'nother set for everyone else!" To my disappointment, she doesn't point out how hypocritical that sounds coming from Oliver, of all people. This whole subplot is dumb. The idea of protecting themselves against power-hungry aliens is fine and dandy, but the execution of it is dumb. Why wouldn't she just ask him for the funds in the first place? Oliver's not exactly averse to collecting weapons, and he's pretty pragmatic as far as heroes go. It's conflict over nothing. But there's not enough space in one recap to try to figure out Smallville's brand of logic, so let's press on, shall we? Chloe explains to Oliver: "Clark is part of the Kandorian family now, and I don't want his loyalties to lead us into another Doomsday scenario." Yeah, because that would just end with another sucky, anticlimactic fight. Oliver doesn't want that, either. Chloe asks him if he really thinks they should tell Clark. "Absolutely," Oliver says. Chloe glances down, disappointed. Then Oliver adds, "But only when the time is right." I'm guessing the "right" time will be sometime during the season finale.