Chapel. The guests have assembled. Chloe and Oliver apparently hung up more greenery. A string quartet plays Pachelbel's Canon. Ugh, this music. Kill them all, Apokolips! Kill them now! A cute usher walks Martha to her seat. Oliver and Chloe walk down the aisle, arm in arm, beaming at each other. Chloe's dress is a flattering shade of teal. Finally Lois makes her entrance, wearing a totally different dress than before. She pauses for a moment, looks scared as she looks out over all the expectant guests. Everything goes dead quiet. Clark appears beside her and takes her hand. They smile at each other and walk to the altar together. Guests start snapping pictures of the happy couple. Clark, of course, is not wearing his glasses. You know what? I bet everybody ends up instantly recognizing that Superman is Clark and they just don't have the heart to tell him his intermittent disguise is terrible. Everybody is just going to humor the poor oaf. Anyway, they take ages to walk down the aisle in slow motion. Ghost Dad is standing beside Martha, beaming with pride. He's even put on a clean suit for the occasion. Nice to know the afterlife has a Men's Warehouse.
We hear them read the vows we heard them reading earlier, all over again, word for word. At the end, Oliver steps forward to hold the groom's ring out to Lois. Chloe frowns, no doubt puzzled as to why the ring suddenly looks like butterscotch candy instead of gold. Discordant music plays. As Lois moves to put the ring on Clark's finger, the band suddenly lights up. Chloe: "Nooo!" She whacks Lois's hand, sending the ring flying. Oliver glares at everybody with black eyes. "Get everybody out of here!" Clark shouts. Their guests scatter. "Surrender to the darkness," Oliver says in a deep voice. Clark refuses, so Oliver punches him through a stained glass window. Wouldn't it have been easier to just shoot Clark with some gold kryptonite from a distance? Preferably before the ceremony so we wouldn't have to sit through the vows for a second time?
Lois runs up to Oliver, although what she thinks she's going to do is a mystery, and he tosses her across the room. Clark zips in, catches her in midair, then whooshes her to safety. A moment later, he whooshes back. "Oliver, this isn't you," he says. "Don't let it take you over." Oliver moves to attack him. Clark rolls him down the aisle like a particularly attractive bowling ball. That bowl of black water is bubbling away. How did no one notice this as they were walking into the church? Clark tells him to fight it off. Oliver fights Clark instead. At one point, they crash into the bowl of gross water. Clark slides and nearly face-plants into the butterscotch ring. Oliver grabs it. He and Clark circle around each other. "I'm not giving up on you, Oliver," Clark says. "You have a good heart; let it guide you. You and I, we have to save the world together. I need you to be a hero." Clark spreads his arms, tells Oliver it's his choice. "I believe in you," Clark says. Oliver stares hard at the ring, then crushes it in his fist. He drops to his knees as angelic music plays. The Omega flashes on his forehead, then vaporizes. Black ooze oozes out of Oliver's eyes. Clark smiles and helps him up. "Everything's OK now." "No, it's not," Oliver says. They look out the window and see Apokolips beginning to eclipse the sun.