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It's still a full moon in Metropolis. That's a pretty big moon. Inside the Daily Planet, specifically Jimmy's photo den, Kara is trying to eat Chinese. It's not going well. She snaps her chopsticks and sends broccoli flying. She scoffs. Jimmy says she's no Mr. Miyagi. Thank goodness for that! Mr. Miyagi and Jimmy would make an awful couple. However, life lessons would be learned. Jimmy explains how to use chopsticks: don't let the noodles intimidate you. She learns quickly. Kara says Jimmy is a really patient teacher. They have a moment. On screen, Jimmy's photo rendering is done. "That's not the ship," Kara says. However, there's another clue embedded in the image. The logo is of "Flintlock," a technology contractor for the government. It sounds almost as ominous as "Blackwater." Jimmy thinks it means there's an Area 51 in Kansas. He can't wait to tell Chloe. Kara asks him not to. Kara makes up the excuse that Chloe would tell Clark and Clark would give her a hard time about her UFO obsession. Jimmy says that this headline is exactly what Chloe needs for her new editor. Kara makes Jimmy promise to keep it a secret. Jimmy smiles goofily. Uh-oh, it's Chloe! She's standing in the doorway! Hide! Jimmy stands awkwardly. Kara, nonplussed, asks if Chloe wants some Chinese. Not helping! Kara says Chinese is good, but they really make you work for it. Shut up, woman! Jimmy approaches Chloe. He looks really guilty and says he can explain. Then do so, young man. Quickly! Chloe says there's no need. She goes away. Jimmy swears it's not what it looks like. Chloe just says, "Bye." She throws her letter to Jimmy in a nearby trashcan. Jimmy, of course, is going to retrieve it. Chloe must know that on some level.