Clark says that they have another manhunter to worry about: "Lois." Whoa-oh, here she comes. Watch out, boy, she'll chew you up! She's a manhunter! Chloe asks why that makes her think of Lois wielding an axe toward every man in Metropolis. Given all the deaths on this show, it's not that funny a line. Playful music. Clark says that Lois is only after one man, and reluctantly declares, "Lois is...into me." Chloe finds this very cute. Clark shows Chloe the mix CD. Chloe says that Lois really pulled out all the stops. And the "plays." Clark explains that Lois must have overdosed on love potion. Chloe cracks up when she sees the track listing on the back of the CD. Clark tells her that this isn't funny. Chloe, laughing, says that it is pretty funny. Clark says that they have to figure out what happened before Lois strikes again. "Too late!" says Chloe: Lois is standing by the stairs. "There you are!" says Lois to Clark. She followed Clark all the way to Metropolis on a hunch? Lois says that she's been looking for Clark all over. Somehow she also found time to get herself a tattoo. She pulls her blouse back and displays a way tacky heart tattoo with roses around it. The banner over the heart reads, "LOIS & CLARK. FOREVER." Yikes. It's right at the top of her left boob. Well, it's not like a ton of people won't see it. She suggests that Clark could get one to match. Security! Please! We need help! Chloe suddenly believes Clark, and says she'll look into that story. Lois tries to run her hands all over Clark. He takes her hand to lead her away, but Lois pulls him into a phone booth, telling him that his modesty just makes him more adorable. Clark asks what happened to her when he left the night before. "I went home. Alone," she says sadly. She adds that Clark knows where she wanted to be, and then kisses him. Clark blinks; then his eyes flash red as the music turns serious. Clark's eyes flash again. Red-K Clark! Clark kisses Lois back. They make out in the booth as people walk by.
Clark pulls Lois into an empty office. She says that nothing screams romance like a dusty newspaper office. You know, I've never gotten my freak on in a newsroom, like some of my college journalism friends have. These days, with all the security cameras, it's just not a good idea. Clark slides stuff off the top of a desk, and says that he can do better than this. Lois asks if this isn't a little sudden. She asks why Clark likes her after just one kiss. She stops him: "This is for real, right?" Clark, devilish, says that this couldn't be more real. He kisses Lois. Lois stops him again. Girl! She suddenly realizes that she's kissed Clark before. She says it was him in the alley: "You're Green Arrow." Clark admits that he was pretending to be Green Arrow so that Lois wouldn't find out it was Oliver. "Oh my God," she says. She kills the mood by asking what it is about her and emotionally unavailable weekend warriors. No questions about Clark's powers? Clark nuzzles Lois from behind, and she says she's thankful she finally found a normal guy. Clark asks what she means; he says that Oliver's not even in the same league as Clark. Oh, har-dee-har. "League." Gah. Lois says that Clark doesn't have to be macho. Oh, don't worry. She says that she likes the dorky farmboy thing. "Dorkier than a hood and a quiver?" he asks. Touché. He gets mad, saying that just because he doesn't wear a costume or splash his face all over the newspapers.... Lois cuts him off. She says it's adorable that his signature move is driving a tractor. Lois says that it's time for her to meet the real Clark Kent. Bring some Liza DVDs and cash to get into Club Throb.