Instead of demanding answers to about a hundred more questions, Clark just chuckles and says he can't wait to see the look on Chloe's face when she finds out Lana is still alive. Will it be a look of complete horror? "She can't," Lana says, "not yet." Lana says she committed a serious crime and wasn't supposed to come back. Can you really be busted for blowing up a plastic version of yourself? I mean, Lex gets away with murder, literally, like every week. Or at least unexplained deaths, like his lawyer in his jail cell. Did somebody confess to that crime, too? Lana says she needs to clear herself before she reappears in town. Clark tells Lana to stay at the farm with him. He promises she'll be safe. Clark starts to warn Lana that his life has become a little more complicated. As he's finishing that thought, Kara appears in a tiny red bikini, trying to balance a book on her head. The book is How to be a New Female Character, the Smallville Way. Chapter One is all about big tits in bikini tops. Lana notices Kara. The camera glides up from Kara's high heels to her book-carrying head. In case we might have missed anything there. The body is banging, to be sure, but at what cost, show? "That might be an understatement," Lana says, giving Clark the dagger eyes. Ladies, ladies, please! Don't get all weird on me now. We can make this dead girlfriend/cousin/beefcake sandwich work! We just need a little...mayonnaise.
Clark, amused, introduces Kara as his cousin. Lana is suddenly all smiles. Instead of looking down on earthlings, Kara puts a hand on her hip and says she's going to be the next Miss Sweet Corn. Check out those kernels! Clark does a cute little fake-laughing thing and tells her that when he said she should be fitting in, he meant with more clothes. "You mean undercover," Kara confirms. Clark says this is "not-covered." He asks her to go change. Kara isn't too happy about that. "Now!" Clark says, all Christopher Walken. Kara whooshes out of the room and whooshes back behind Lana. She's wearing pants and a white shirt. Lana, amused, says at least she knows what side of the family Kara came from. Lana excuses herself to let Clark and Kara talk. Sure, you can go. You only just returned from the dead. I'm sure Clark would rather hang out with his castrating cousin than the love of his life who was, in his mind, exploded into a million bloody pieces. Lana exits with only a touch of Clark's arm. This is the worst relationship ever.