Then Cage walks out into the hall to check in on Clark. Clark says he needs to go. Cage lies that Lex has been confessing for the last hour and that Clark should fess up too and stop trying to play the hero. I think Lex can hear you, dude. Clark catches the lie, too. "You're bluffing. He didn't admit to anything because he didn't do anything," Clark says, sticking up for LOVE! Cage asks if Clark really believes that. He suggests that Clark doesn't know his friend as well as he thinks he does. Cage's partner interrupts a criminal murder investigation interrogation to give Cage an update on a basketball game. Yeah, nice work, ass. He asks who Cage thinks they put in the game with five minutes left in the fourth quarter. "Gunnerson," Clark guesses. "Yeah," the partner says, "that guy throws more bricks than a mason." Where did this script come from? A wormhole to 1966? Clark tells Cage he has to go. The cop asks if they're keeping Clark from something. "Have you called my parents yet?" Clark demands. Or a lawyer? Cage says they're not answering. Clark says he thinks the newspapers would find it interesting that a minor was being held for questioning without a guardian. Cage caves. He tells Clark not to take any long vacations. Oh, no, dude, I need them to take about a three- or four-week vacation. Bad. Clark takes off.
A late-night security guard smacks a TV when it goes to static. He curses and switches to an ancient little radio to try to tune in to the game. Everybody loves basketball, suddenly! Then he gets smacked by the butt of a rifle to the back of his head, and goes down. Sadly, we'll never get to know this unsung hero of night labor. Poor Man's Wes Bentley drags Lana into this storage warehouse. "Which one is it?" he asks her. Lana takes him to a wire-fence storage unit. It's where she stashed his stuff after he skipped town. He asks for his books. She says she doesn't know which box she put them in. PM'sWB makes her start digging. "Hurry up, I don't have a lot of time, Lana," he moans. Lana pulls out some books, and he grabs one with a white cover. He looks inside. There's a cut-out compartment in the book, but it's empty. "Where is it?" he asks Lana. He yells that he had three vials of that life-saving serum in there. He asks Lana what she did with them. She says she didn't touch them. He calls her a liar and cocks the rifle. Lana takes the opportunity to use her dormant ninja skills. She kicks him in the face and gives him the old leg sweep. PM'sWB goes down. Lana crawls toward the rifle, but PM'sWB grabs her first. He pulls her up by the hair and throws her face-first into the wall-'o-fencing. He punches her in the kidneys. Ouch. Lana falls. As he grabs the rifle, Lana grabs a length of chain and smacks PM'sWB across the face with it. She grabs the cell phone he dropped and runs. PM'sWB struggles to get back on his feet and go after her.