Papa Luthor gets a glamour shot as his head is half-shaven.
Lex swigs his liquor.
Papa Luthor profile. All his hair on that side, except a swath in the back, is gone. I really hope they leave him with a rat tail. His chin makes him look a bit like a turtle here.
MamaKent, alarmed, starts running.
More shaving. Papa Luthor's left side is getting the clippers.
Chloe and her dad go inside the house. Her dad seems impressed. Chloe looks suspicious.
Hair falls on Papa Luthor's hands.
Chloe closes the door. As soon as she does, there's an explosion inside. Cut to an overhead shot of an exploding house. Then a front/side shot of a house exploding. Chloe! HOOOOOOLY SHIT!
Again with the head shaving.
Fire on the ground! MamaKent is watching the fire, and it makes it look as if she's watching Chloe's house burn. She's not.
Lex clutches at his neck and falls.
Hair hitting the ground.
Lex falls, Chris Farley-style, on a glass table.
Papa Luthor stares at us. Eeeeeeevil!
MamaKent watches fire. It's a small fire in the field, but it quickly bursts into a huge Kryptonian symbol of fire. M. Night Shyamalan calls his lawyer.
Bo Duke lies unconscious inside the cave. The camera zooms in on him.
Papa Luthor and the Rat Tail that Will Never Be.
Wide helicopter shot of the Kent Farm and the burning symbol in the field. We glide away from it.
Lex clutches his neck as he writhes on the floor.
Papa Luthor is shaven. He rubs both hands across his head as the music crescendos. "Thank you," he says clearly and emphatically. No, Magnificent Bastard. For making this season watchable, I thank you.
Weird blue filter. "Kal-El. My son," Jor-El says. Clark hears the voice and looks up a bit. He's naked and curled up, covering his private naughties. "Now you shall be reborn," Jor-El says. We pull back. Clark is in some sort of smoky gay bar or something and either the light shining on him or the actual room he's in is in the shape of the Superman crest. We pull back some more as the music dies down. Everything goes to white smoke. Cut to black.
That's it! Thanks for reading another season. Read some good books, see some good movies you've been meaning to watch for years but haven't, and go outside a bit, okay? See you in the fall.