Chapel. Chloe and Oliver are decorating the place and doing kind of a sad job of it. All these months of planning and Lois kind of turning into Bridezilla and it comes down to Chloe and Oliver tying a few flowers to the pews. Oliver snarks about how much work weddings are. Yeah, that trip through Hobby Lobby's floral department was such a chore. He's glad he and Chloe were magically drunk for their own nuptials. They have an awkward moment of talking over each other before Chloe finally manages to ask Oliver if he would have married her without Zatanna's spell. Of course he would. "It's the best decision I don't remember making." That earns him a megawatt smile from his wife. She says she would do the same. They kiss and smile some more. Oliver hands her a bouquet of flowers and they walk down the aisle together, arms around each other. A stand-in for the wedding they missed? Perhaps. The discussion turns to Lois and Clark. Chloe hasn't been able to get in touch with Lois. Oliver doesn't seem especially worried. He shows Chloe the plain gold wedding bands he picked up for Lois and Clark. She's touched by how "simple and classic" they are but I bet she's glad to be married to a billionaire. As they walk by the water bowl at the chapel's entrance, the water turns from clear to black with rainbow sprinkles.
Luthor Mansion. Tess walks inside, all smiles and confidence, and lays out a set of blueprints. As she studies them, a shadow moves over her. "You're living up to your Luthor name," Granny Goodness says from the landing above. She calls Tess "the last heir to the dark dynasty." Yeah, those evil Luthors and their rampant blueprint ogling! When will the evil end? Tess insists she's rebuilding the place as a symbol of hope or something. Sadly, none of this will matter. Granny walks down the steps toward Tess. She talks about wanting to be a mother to Tess, how special Tess was. "Every soul on Earth charts its own destiny," Granny says, "tipping it toward the light or toward the darkness." She says she could always tell what side of the balance someone would fall to, but not with Tess. "Born to darkness but drawn to the light," Granny says. "Being a Luthor doesn't determine my fate," Tess grits out. Yeah, try to remember that for your last scene. Tess starts to leave in a huff but Granny pleads with her. She says she wants to save Tess's soul. She calls her Lutessa, earning my ire. Tess stops long enough to find out that Granny's trying to save her from Darkseid's Apokolips. (I always think that looks like a gloss shade from Urban Decay or something.) Granny goes on about some quasi-religious thing about destruction and Lucifer and souls and evil, but Tess is like, "Uh, you're not making your side sound super appealing," so Granny bids her farewell. Tess calls her back: "When is this hell coming?" "It's not coming, Lutessa," Granny says, "it's upon us."