Zod starts to walk away, but Clark calls him back with a question. He wants to know how Zod got the console crystal. Zod explains they're blood brothers because Clark healed him with his blood. Clark casts his gaze heavenward for a moment: Man, that's bitten me in the ass twice now! He struggles to his feet, denying that they're brothers. He says he only saved Zod's life because it was the right thing to do. "We have nothing in common," he says. Zod begs to differ, saying that it's not just Clark's powers that make him Kryptonian, but their shared instincts and decisiveness. They're single-minded and headstrong, he says. And y'all both have a penchant for long, black coats and pouting. "We were meant to be leaders," Zod says. Clark calls him a tyrant who only believes in himself, but Zod is unfazed. Who else is a megalomaniac going to believe in? Zod talks about not being able to depend on others, then brings up the story of Cain and Abel. "Which brother are you, Kal-El?" Clark thinks for a while, then answers, "Well, I'd never murder you." Yeah, I can never remember which brother is which, either. "I saved you," Clark reminds him. Zod punches him again, then gets all up in his face. "You exiled me," he says. "I'm in charge here, and you're about to find out what that means, brother."
Episode Report CardTippi Blevins: B | 974 USERS: C
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