Chloe, her shirt open to reveal some Chloevage, is wheeled into the room with Knox's lady friend. Chloe is strapped down with a thick leather belt around her neck. It's a tiny bit kinky. Chloe asks what Knox is doing. Knox, wearing the leather apron, says he's taking Chloe's heart and giving it to Sophia. Why couldn't he have just kept Chloe unconscious? Knox says that thanks to Chloe, his love will last forever. Well, that sounds like a fair trade-off, then.
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Knox's medical office. Clark finds the pocket watch on the floor. The offices are all disheveled. Lex, already discharged from the hospital, shows up with his thugs. Clark asks where Knox took Chloe. Lex says he wants to stop Knox, too, but that all the addresses he has for Knox are dead ends. Lex says that Knox has had a lot of experience covering his tracks. Lex calls someone on his smartphone and tells whomever to send the pictures of Knox. Lex says he used face-recognition software to run an image search. He found a bunch of photos of Knox posing with Teri Hatcher in the mid-'90s, for some reason. Lex shows Clark a picture from the 1940s. Clark says that Knox wasn't alive during World War II. On the contrary, Barnaby! Lex shows Clark a picture of Knox from 1888. Then he's in a panting from 1675. Is he riding a unicorn? That's pretty gay. Lex says Knox has had a thousand names and has lived for centuries. He says Curtis Knox is immortal. Clark says he couldn't have gotten far. He's immortal and he couldn't have gotten far? Jeez, Clark. Nice guesswork, there. Dinkus. Clark shows Lex the timepiece, which stopped an hour before. On the back, it's engraved, "Este perpetua." "May you live forever," Lex says. It's a Roman greeting. Just like in Spanish, "¡Este vato!" is an acknowledgment of when your homie is being silly. Lex finds another picture in his phone with that phrase. It's the Victorian Arms. Lex says that Knox was a robber baron who lived there in the '20s. "Maybe he never moved," Clark says. Let's go!
Chloe lies on the slab, her shirt unbuttoned and pulled back. Her white bra stands at attention. Not that I was looking. All right, internet perverts: start screen-grabbin'! Chloe says that if Sophia is sick, Chloe might be able to heal her. Knox says that Sophia is perfectly healthy. He put her in a coma to reduce her stress before the procedure. Chloe says that he put her in a coma because she'd freak if she knew he was playing fatal games with people's lives. Maybe Sophia is just as evil as Knox; did you ever think about that? Knox says that Chloe's been around for two decades. He asks what she knows about true love. It's a fair point. Chloe says there's someone she wants to live to see again. I'm not even sure it's Jimmy she's talking about. Knox calls her schoolgirl crush very "quaint." Man, this Dean Cain guy sure can act. Maybe he should be Superman! Knox says Chloe won't be able to say goodbye. He begins the procedure. Chloe starts to freak a little, saying she doesn't want to be cut open by some Jack the Ripper wannabe. Knox picks up a knife and smiles ruefully. "I was Jack the Ripper," he says. Awesome.