In other news, Lana hasn't been around since the beginning of the episode. And the crowd goes wild: "Yaaaay!"
Deep in LuthorCorp headquarters. Papa Luthor -- very paternal and concerned -- comes in and finds Lex sitting in an office. He's glad Lex is all right. He says that Lex is now covered by his personal security. Lex laughs and says he appreciates the gesture, but that he's not gonna let an adolescent assassin disrupt things. Papa Luthor tells Lex not to take that cavalier attitude. The Cavaliers suck. If anything, he should have an attitude inspired by the greatness of the San Antonio Spurs. Lex notes that he's insured now. Papa Luthor says that, actually, he isn't: he's having trouble getting Lex insured by Lloyd's of London. They can insure J.Lo's ass, but not Lex's life? Lex seems surprised. "On what grounds?" he asks. Papa Luthor says it's because Lex has a tendency to attract near-death encounters. Lex says he would think surviving would count for something. They're having a grand old time talking about insurance and death. Papa Luthor says, gregariously, that he'll get it straightened out. Lex says, "Dad. Before the meteor shower, was I ever sick?" Papa Luthor says that as a child, Lex had asthma, but other than that, no. Did Lex ever survive a train wreck? Get married to Demi Moore and date Alisha Klass? Lex asks if Papa Luthor doesn't find it strange that Lex hasn't been sick a day in his life since. Lex is very tickled by all this. "What's this about, Lex?" Papa asks. Lex says it's nothing. He says he inherited strong genes. They both laugh. Lex walks away, and Papa Luthor suddenly looks dead serious.