Clark asks whether this is a bad time to ask for a favor. Never mind that whole murder thing. Chloe says that Clark has saved her butt so many times he can pull a coin out of the favor bank any time. Wow, lots of metaphors to muck through there. Clark says somebody sent him a plasma with all the bells and whistles. They come with bells and whistles? They keep referring to the TV set as a "plasma" in this show, but I have to tell you -- plasma is about the worst kind of TV you can buy. A lot of them aren't true HD, they burn pixels out over time, and you can get a good LCD or DLP set now for about the same price...and with a better-quality picture. So screw "plasma," all right? As they say in the biz, it was purely a transitional technology. It's probably good that, as we're about to learn, he sent it back. Chloe says that getting a free TV isn't a problem, it's winning the trifecta. Chloe asks when they're having movie night. "Never," Clark says. Heartbreak. No Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert? Clark says smugly, "I sent it all back." "No you didn't!" Chloe whines. It's cute. Clark mopes that he's not accepting a gift from someone he doesn't know. It could have cooties. Let the record show that I have an Amazon wishlist and I don't share Clark's philosophy. Send away, anonymous gift buyers. Clark says he called Metro Plasma (the blood bank?) and they won't give him any information. "A TV? We don't sell TVs here, kid. We take blood. What? What do you mean you can't donate? Break our needles? Listen, kid, we're really busy here and you sound like an asshat. Enjoy your big-screen TV while we try to save some lives over here. Jackass." Clark asks Chloe whether she can dig into their sales records. Oh, sure, that's not incredibly illegal, Clark, whatever you say! Information is power! And power on this show is scary. Chloe -- who, in about two seconds, was able to log into the very un-public sales database -- says that Clark's donor remains anonymous. He paid in cash. Chloe asks whether it might be Luthor Jr. instead of Papa. "Lex? Why would he send me a home theater system?" Clark asks. Porn, farmboy. Sweet gay Army porn. ("You're mine, boy." (Smack!) "D'oooohhhh!") Chloe thinks Lex might be feeling guilty. "Guilty about what?" Clark asks. Chloe awkwardly sidesteps that, and says that, in general, Lex hasn't been the best friend lately. I'd say Clark is the one with friendship issues. Chloe says that Lex has also been known to try to win over Clark with expensive toys. Yes. I seem to remember something about that. Clark remembers that Lex said they should look for some common ground. Chloe blinks. Clark wanders off, saying that he's going to go talk to Lex. Nice non-farewell to Chloe there, Clark. I guess the whole world is Kryptonite for your manners.