Watchtower. Tappity-tap goes Chloe at her computer. I think that's 90% of what she does these days. Oh, thank goodness she's changed out of the fugly outfit. She has on a purple number with a leather belt that looks like an obi. Clark whooshes in after checking Oliver's boat and plane without finding him. Chloe fills Clark in on how hard it is to find information about secret societies. All the while, she keeps typing away. Clark pauses, then says, "Oliver's not the only one I've been worried about." Tappity-tap-tap. Clark goes on: "You've been looking at the world through a camera a lot lately. Maybe it's time you go out and live in it." Chloe keeps working, but explains she's just looking out for people. Clark worries about Chloe losing herself. She reassures him that won't happen. I predict it will happen, most likely after many episodes where nothing more of this matter is mentioned. Chloe finds something about an ancient altar with markings from the cult. She says an entrepreneur bought it from Ireland and had it shipped to his estate in Coast City. Chloe techno-babbles about tapping into satellite images of the area. They see the Spirograph maze. (See? Told you it was a not-very-secret thing to do.) The satellite surveillance is good enough for Chloe to see movement in the maze and then zoom in to see Mia running around. Clark recognizes her as the girl who's been training with Oliver. "Like an apprentice," Chloe says. She puts the pieces together for Clark with the whole dumb vow: "No lovers, that would explain why Lois was hit; no allies, which would explain my purple heart; and no disciples outside of the cult -- that's [Mia]." Clark looks blank but very pretty, then whooshes away.
Episode Report CardTippi Blevins: D | 1263 USERS: C+
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