Full moon over Metropolis. Lois and Clark are on a rooftop near the top of the Daily Planet building, which continues to go up toward the sky behind them. She asks what they're doing there. Clark points out Oliver's balcony. It's a tiny speck way far away. Clark stands up on the edge of the roof. Lois, scared, says that this isn't funny. Clark says that she can come up. He pulls her up there with ease. It's windy. Lois looks down. Scary! "I'd like to see Oliver do this," says Clark. He leaps, pulling Lois with him. Flying! Sorta! Lois hangs on. They pass some weird X shapes. We don't see the actual landing on the balcony, where Clark's feet would have dug right through the roof. Clark spins Lois around. She laughs. Clark asks what she said about a dorky farmboy.
Inside Oliver's pad. The flimsy glass doors open right up with no alarm. "Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. I can't wait to see what else you can do," says Lois. Clunk. Clark says that he's also fast. But not too fast. Lois spreads herself across the wall of the secret clock compartment, and says that Clark is being very bad. She says that, the last time she was there (when she and Oliver broke up), she was with a very good friend of Clark's. "Obviously he wasn't that good," says Clark the douche. Lois pulls off Clark's jacket as they kiss. They make out against the wall. More clothing is removed. Clark loses his shirt. He says he'd better make sure Lois spelled his name right. He pulls open her blouse, showing her black corset and tit-with-tat. Clark lifts Lois up, spins her toward the lime chaise longue, and rips open the rest of her blouse. He mounts her. Before they go at it, Clark notices a piece of paper sticking out of Lois's jacket, next to them. It's an invitation to the engagement party. Clark gets mad. Lois says it sounds like a real rager. Clark says that he's not surprised he wasn't invited. Lois says she RSVPed before Oliver left, but that she's got better plans for tonight. Clark decides that it's not a party until someone crashes the thing. Dramatic music. I guess Clark's not getting laid anytime soon.