Kent Farm. Kara is staring out of a window around sunset time. The Kent Cabal is in the kitchen. MamaKent complains that the girl hasn't eaten anything since she's been there. I have no reason to think it's bad, but what if it's MamaKent's cooking at fault? Bo says the girl's appetite is the least of their problems. Clark says he thinks she's real (not imaginary? Thanks, Clark. Your insights continue to astonish and inform), and that Jor-El did send her. How else to explain her powers? Bo says, rightly, that a lot of people in the town have developed special abilities. Clark argues that the girl seems to know everything about Clark. Bo Duke says she knows as much as Dr. Swann did. "Do you think Swann sent Kara?" MamaKent asks worriedly. That theory is brushed aside as quickly as it was introduced, without discussion. Bo Duke says he just doesn't trust her. Kara suddenly appears in the kitchen. "You're the one who can't be trusted," she snaps at him. She accuses him of "breaking the covenant." The Ark of the Covenant? Indiana Jones is going to be so pissed. Kara continues: Jor-El gave Bo warnings, but he chose to ignore them. MamaKent asks what she's talking about. Kara tells Bo to reveal his secret. "What kind of deal did you make, Dad?" Clark asks. Bo grits his teeth as he shits a none-too-pleasing brick. Bo reveals, as he stares at Kara and no one else, that he promised to return one day Clark to Jor-El if he was given the powers to bring Clark back from Metropolis. Clark moves his head the way you do when you can't believe someone did something so stupid. MamaKent isn't too happy about it, either. Bo says that he had no idea it would be this soon. "Noooo," MamaKent moans.
Cut to a sedan sitting in plain view outside. Inside, Craggy Chris Isaak is holding a pretty conspicuous black antenna dish outside the driver's side window. He's listening to Clark and Kara's conversation. Kara is telling Clark that folks will always betray him, even "the man [Clark calls his] father." "I didn't betray my son!" Bo snaps. "Quiet," Kara says, quite quietly herself. She looks to her left. "Someone's listening," she says.