We see a "campaign headquarters" sign done up in the same style as all the other banners on this week's episode. Sasha arrives at her ramshackle shed-like HQ. A bee buzzes by her as she walks. She goes into her dank room. We see her put up Clark's flyer on a bulletin board next to one for Felice. "Who do they think they are?" she asks. Rhetorically, I'm guessing. We hear buzzing overhead. She backs away and stares up at the ceiling. She yells. The bees stop buzzing. "Not now. I have work to do," she explains. We see a swarm of CGI bees hovering around the ceiling. The bees come together to form a visage. It's of Sasha. Aw. Flattery! It's stolen from The Mummy, but so what. Sasha, the real one, smiles. So does Bee Sasha. I just figured it out. She's the Bee Girl from the Blind Melon video, all grown up!
Chloe's at a computer. She's working on a page of The Torch. Clark asks whether Chloe wants to help hang flyers. She says she's a member of the Fourth Estate (journalism), and that she's working on her bee attack story. She says the bees didn't migrate from their usual places, and that the bees abandoned their hives. Clark, suddenly the bee expert, says that bees are followers and usually don't do that. Chloe gives him a look similar to the one I'm giving him. He explains that MamaKent is addicted to the Discovery Channel. Chloe asks about the platform. Clark says he hasn't started it, but that he got invited to some parties. Chloe can't believe Clark's been corrupted. Clark says to remind him to pull her funding when he's elected. Chloe smiles. Clark goes hunting for the latest edition of the newspaper. Chloe hurries after him, trying to hide it. Bummer. Chloe endorsed Paul Beestung. "You endorsed Paul!" Clark says. Chloe explains that Paul will be back, and that he's the best candidate. Clark only ran because Pete suckered him into it. Clark looks nauseated. "It's nothing personal," she says. Did she think Clark was never going to see it? "I understand, Chloe," Clark says, pissily. He storms out. Chloe is sad.