MamaKent is on a big-ass tractor. She stops and looks at the sky. She sees the swarm coming. Run, MamaKent, run! It's coming! She just keeps looking at it. Commercials.
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The home stretch. MamaKent finally gets off the tractor and starts running. Couldn't she just thresh the bees or something? She runs. Bees swarm. Clark shows up. He zips to her. We get the slow-motion, Matrix thing, only retarded. MamaKent turns and jumps backward in a weird, fake-looking arc. Clark speeds over and catches her. He zips over to the underground shed.
MamaKent thanks Clark and breathlessly says, "I've never seen bees attack like that!" Hasn't she ever seen Fox's When Bees Attack Like That!? MamaKent asks where the bees went.
Cut to Bee Girl going back to her election shed. Clark is there waiting for her. She asks how he got there, and what about his mom? "My mom's fine," he says angrily. He says it's over. She says she still has a speech to make. She threatens to let loose the dogs of...um, "bees" of war on the auditorium full of people. Clark tries to reason with her. She says she has to win and has to be a leader. Just then, the bees circle around her barn. She tells Clark she didn't tell the bees to come back. Scary! No, not really. The bees pound on the windows and bust through. She gets stung. "Don't let them kill me!" she whines. Clark looks around as the bees attack. He sees a bunch of gas cans just sitting there. He sees a screwdriver. He makes a diving throw out of fake field and we see the screwdriver hurtle toward the gas cans. It punctures one of them and BOOM! Clark dives on Bee Girl. The building explodes. Uh huh. Surely. Boom. Yeah.
Aftermath. Clark pushes a bunch of wood planks aside and carries Bee Girl away from the burning scene. You might say her ambitions stung her in the end. Heh heh.
School. Pete tells Clark that he can't believe Bee Girl and Felice dropped out and Clark still lost. Sadness. Clark says they had a good campaign, and now have enough t-shirts to last a lifetime. Chloe takes their picture. She says it's for DorkPaul, who couldn't attend his own victory party. Clark says that Chloe was right in her editorial, and that he just got caught in the popularity contest. He eats a cheese puff for emphasis. Chloe says her candidate won, but her friend lost. She says she's proud of Clark because he's being graceful in the face of crushing, withering, awful defeat. She says it's a quality all great leaders possess.