A pair of really high heels are walking down the street. It's the blonde from the Bitches' Brigade. She's talking on her cell phone. She's telling someone that she's done letting the other girls call the shots, and that this time, it's her turn. Fierce! A guy walking by with his son looks at her like, "I'd like to taste some of that! As soon as we get a turkey leg and some cotton candy. Mmm, turkey leg." Blonde Ambition tells the person on the phone that by the end of the week they'll be in Cabo. Is that some sort of tantric position? "I'd answer the phone, but I'm currently In Cabo. With Sting and Trudy." She walks into what looks like a flower shop with a bunch of large windows. She stands facing the street in front of one of them. As she talks, there's a blast of cold that covers her and the windows with frost. A petal falls off one of the flowers. Remember when they made a horror movie about Jack Frost? And then they made a family movie about Jack Frost that was even scarier? Man, that was terrible.
Kent home. Clark and Lana are sitting on the couch. Quietly, he tells her that he thought she was gone. Clark was a lot more gullible than the rest of us. We were hoping she'd disappear effectively for at least half a season. "If you knew how that felt..." he tells her. Lana says she's so sorry. She says she never wanted to hurt him. She thought faking her death would be a kick! Fun! Come on, you gotta admit it was a great joke! Laugh, dammit! Clark is hurt that she didn't trust him enough to let him help. "I was trying to protect you," Lana says. Oh yeah, that old clunker. Did you take that out of the old show hope chest? As in, "I hope this recycled excuse for motivation works for the hundredth time." Lana worried that Clark would rush in and try to save her, even if it meant risking his own life. He is sort of indestructible. It's kind of a good way to be. Clark blinks a lot. Lana says that when Papa Luthor threatened to hurt Clark, she couldn't take that chance. Clark says it's a little ironic hearing someone else say that. Clark's definition of irony is this tiny. [Omar holds his fingers very close together.]