Apokolips, formerly known as the giant flaming planet, is advancing ever closer to Earth. It passes over the moon, missing it by mere miles. Does this result in any sort of lunar disturbance? No, it does not. Somehow, all the sucking in this episode counteracts the intense gravitational pull that would otherwise decimate our little moon.
Kent Farm. Martha has returned home for the wedding and found the place all packed up. She reaches into a box and pulls out a framed photo of her and Jonathan. For a second, she sees his reflection in the glass, smiling up at her. Behind her, Clark walks through the door. She doesn't turn to look at him at first. Quite a stunning look of disgust or something like it flits across her face. Clark is surprised to see her. "I thought you were staying at the bed and breakfast," he says. "And I thought I was returning to a home you and Lois were building together," Martha says. Turns out Martha had given them the farm so that they could live there. Well, maybe you should have sent a little note with the deed, lady. Never assume that Clark is going to make the right decision without explicit instructions! They argue about whether moving forward means leaving the past behind. Clark thinks this is about Jonathan for some reason. Martha thinks that Clark has turned his back on Jonathan. He says he thought he saw Jonathan last year but then realized it was just the LSD talking. Martha says she's proud of her boy. "Why bring up Dad today of all days?" he asks her. Well, first, it's your wedding day -- of course your dead father's going to come up! Second, you're the one who brought him up, doofus! Martha is nearly as flabbergasted by his question as I am, although she doesn't call him names like I do. She's upset because it seems like he's cutting himself off from his past. A look of doubt flickers across Clark's face, but he quickly returns to "patronizing ass" mode. "I love you, Mom, but you have to find a way to put this all behind you just like I did." As Clark walks away, the ghost/hallucination of Jonathan Kent appears and gives a big sigh of disappointment. Martha cries because she realizes she has raised an asshole.