Opening credits. We Own The Night on DVD. Can I borrow Saturday evening, maybe? I promise to bring it back in good condition.
Back in depressing Detroit, Finley, who's wearing a hipster doofus yellow bowling-style shirt, locks Lois into the chain link fence "Room" with Kara. Chained heat! Finley, who is probably supposed to look young and passionate, but instead looks sweaty and strung out, says he's going to go get some money and come right back. Does he think they're going to do a wire cage table-dance? Kara pretends to go along with whatever Finley's doing. After Finley's gone, she makes a feeble attempt at freeing Lois from the duct tape holding her hands together, but duct tape is too tough to figure out for this former beauty pageant contestant. Lois confirms that her name is Kara Kent and that she's borrowed her jeans on more than one occasion. As Kara finds a little razor to cut the tape, Lois says she knows about the amnesia. She asks what's going on. Apart from Lex getting shot in the head? Kara tells Lois that Finley is just the busboy. Is this part of taking out the trash? Lois asks how we ended up here. Hell if I know. Lay some exposition on me, why don't you? Kara says she lost her memory a month before. She's been working at that same diner since then, and everybody has been treating her like family. Lois says that Finley seems to want more than a sister. Kara says he's usually so nice when he's not shooting dudes in the skull. "I can't believe Lex is dead," Kara says. "Well, he is," Lois tells her. Suck it up, sis. I bet he's not, though. Lois says that if they don't find a way out, they'll be next. Close-up on Kara's worried face as the music jumps up and down in the front row, begging to be noticed.
Smallville Medical Center. Nighttime. Lex is on a stretcher, with an oxygen mask on him. Wait...WHAT!? They transported him all the way to fucking KANSAS from Detroit with a bullet hole in the middle of his head and he's still alive? Even getting him to a Detroit hospital would have killed him. Are you kidding me? For reals, show? You really expect us to buy this? This isn't science-fiction. It's science-stupid! Contrive, dammit! Give us a made-up, implausible, yet-not-impossible explanation. Please! At this point, I'm convinced that Lex is unbreakable. That's fine and all, I just wish they'd tell us that instead of leading us to believe that he's a normal human who has just happened to survive dozens of shootings, beatings, and concussions.