Later on. It's night. Bo walks out through the front door carrying a jacket. Clark comes out and calls after him. He's wrapped in a blanket. He asks where Bo is going. Bo's going to Pete's to get the ship. "Now?" Clark asks. Clark asks how MamaKent is doing. Bo, red-nosed, tells Clark that the doctors say she probably won't make it through the night. "And now you too," Bo says. He's about to cry. No hug or anything when you tell your son he's got a few hours to live? Clark tells Bo not to think about him. Bo says, "I'm not gonna lose my family. Not without a fight." Bo says he's gonna go find him a miracle. Clark asks if Bo thinks the ship can cure them. "I don't know, Clark," Bo says, all annoyed. Right. Get pissy with your terminally ill kid. This is unintentionally funny: "I'm just grasping at straws here; the doctors can't help you and your mom thinks the ship helped her get pregnant...I don't know, maybe it's crazy." Ha! Clark says they can't activate the ship without the key. Bo says he knows where the DCA took everything (he does?), and he's going there right now. He tells Clark to stay home. "Go to bed, son," he says. To die. Bo gets in the red truck and takes off.
Super-double-dog-secret government lab that Bo knows about. A military policeman patrols with a huge gun along a fence. He doesn't notice Bo, though, who has cut through the flimsy fence. Bo slips through. Forgive me for not remembering who coined it, but I've heard people call him "Double-Bo-Seven" in this scene. Sneaky Bo hides behind some armored personnel carriers. He does a "Splinter Cell" right through some guards. He's a sneaky man. As a carrier leaves, Bo rolls under a door to get inside the main building. If he'd had a hat, he could have done the Indiana Jones thing. Once inside, Bo loses all pretense of sneakiness. Speaking of Indy, he seems to be in that warehouse where they kept the Ark. Shadows everywhere. Bo makes his way to a little glass area inside. Bo rubs his elbow for no reason. He walks right into the blue-lit lab without anyone's noticing. He knocks over a bunch of stuff. Among these thousands of items he manages to find the flour tin. He digs around it and finds the octagon piece. He pockets it. As Bo makes a not-at-all-discreet exit, an MP pulls a gun on him and tells him to freeze. He doesn't have to for long, though, because Clark knocks the MP out from behind. "Clark!" Bo says, loudly for anyone around to hear. Clark, out of breath, says he thought Bo could use a hand. See, because he used his hand? To knock out the guard? Ha! Those writers. Bo and Clark leave the building arm in arm.