Hospital. Dr. Glasses is back. Lex pops up behind her. Lex remembers where he knew her from. Metropolis General Hospital. Lex was drunk and puking his guts out (Partyboy!), and she was a med student assigned to sober him up. "It's a night I'll never forget, either," she says, taking offer her glasses. She's toned down the makeup a bit. Lex thanks her. She thanks Lex right back for being one of the cases that made her leave Metropolis. Ooh. Lex says he's flattered he turned her from a life of nose jobs and liposuction to small-town medicine. Her father, it turns out, is a plastic surgeon to the rich and famous. He Botoxed Lana's upper lip. Dr. Glasses notes that Lex has been doing his homework. "You intrigue me," Lex says. And you complete me, Lex. They exchange first-names-basis status and Lex promises not to reveal Dr. Glasses's secret identity ("Bored Silly"). Dr. Glasses says she refused to join her dad's practice and he stopped speaking to her. "They hate when you do that," Lex says, smartly. She says it sounds like Lex speaks from experience. Uh oh. She's starting to fall into not being quite so sparkling with her dialogue and being a straight woman (pardon the expression) for Lex's talking. Lex says he went through a self-destructive phase, almost let his father die, and is not trying to beat Papa at his own game. Too much, Lex! Save some for the date! She asks how that's going. "I terrorize meter maids," Lex says. Man, that red-headed guy has been so emasculated in this episode. Dr. Glasses says she drop-kicks orderlies, but was never an angry child. Whoa. They give each other the most Hetero Look of the Episode. Lex says he'll see her in class. She stops him. "I'm off in ten minutes," she says, "if you wanted to go do something." Lex smiles. Oh yes.
Kent kitchen. Pete walks in, neglects to shut the door behind him, and says he got Clark's "911." He carries a pager, too? They're back on the Tool Boy trail. Clark somehow got the kid's scholarship information from Lex. Clark notes that Tool Boy is taking classes at the community college at the same time he's taking high-school classes. Pete wonders how Tool Boy can make like the Olsen Twins. Clark says he doesn't care how; he just wants to make sure he's right about those pesky murder accusations. Pete says they won't get much help from Lana and Chloe. Clark gets a sneaky look and asks if Tool Boy carries a pager. Why, yes he does. He's from the mid-'90s.