Lois at the Kent home. She's wearing a sports bra and doing sit-ups while talking to a state senator on a little Bluetooth headset. The fact that Lois can do sit-ups at all under all that weight is an act of superhero strength rarely seen on this show. Lois is telling the senator on the other end that a no vote on MamaKent's education bill means he doesn't like kids, and that textbooks will be ripped out of their sticky little hands. "Grunt! Grunt!" I don't even want to think about whether Lois also makes calls from the bathroom. Oh, shit, I just did. We go into Invisalyin'-Vision, as he stealthily ogles Lois's giant lobbying tactics. Lois, on her blue yoga mat, congratulates herself for being a not-at-all-annoying agent for change. As Lois finishes her last sit-up, scary music plays, and she sees Invisalyin' hovering over her. Don't step on her chest, dude. She'll seriously fly around the room like a popped balloon. Lois stands up quickly, and does a "Stop! In The Name Of Love" pose. She warns him that she's a third-degree black belt. She's ninth-degree annoying, too. Lois says that she can't be held liable for funeral costs. Invisalyin', wearing a smart black ensemble, asks her to go easy; he's a friend of Clark's. "You his girlfriend?" he asks. Lois scoffs. "Not in this lifetime," she responds. Lois drops her guard and introduces herself. Invisalyin' cautiously steps forward and shakes her hand, telling her his name is "Graham." "So...where's the plasma?" he asks. In Lois's chest? Ding ding ding! I won my "Breast Week Ever" Frequent Mammary Ribbing card! I'd like to thank my laptop, Al and Miles and Erica for putting them out there every week, and, of course, Lois's chest, for taking up so much space on my TiVo. Wow, this card entitles me to a free Netflix rental of House Of The Dead. Lois takes off her earpiece, and surmises that Invisalyin's the one who sent all the "high-tech booty." No, that would have been Lex. Sadly. Lois says she wanted to keep the TV, but that Clark took everything back. Invisalyin' says that's odd. Lois explains that odd is Clark. She asks why he's playing Daddy Warbucks, and says that friends don't give friends $20,000 toys. That TV was $3,000, tops. And did I give you my rant about plasmas? "In my world, they do," says Invisalyin'. Lois says that Clark should be back soon. Lois flirtingly says he can stick around and wait. Intrigued, Invisalyin' says he will.