A basement with lots of stained glass. Clark is talking to Glasshole Granny, who can't believe that her son didn't come visit when they let him out of Belle Reve. Clark says that the dude probably went to see his daughter first. "Daughter? He doesn't have a daughter!" says Glasshole Granny. Go to bed, you old bag! Clark says the girl's name and that she's eleven years old. "I have a granddaughter?" the woman asks. It's like she just fell into catnip. Wooooooo grandkids! Clark says that Shardy could be in danger. His keen eyes spot a big stained-glass piece in the middle of the basement. He says that he's seen it before at The Talon. Grandma says that it's beautiful, and that Glasshole finished it just before he was arrested. It's called "You'll Never Catch Me, Coppa!" It looks like a Galahad/Guinevere piece. Grandma says that she doesn't have the final piece; she had to sell it when her husband died. Clark points to the glass and asks whether they ever found the diamonds. She says they didn't.
We see the seven diamonds, but they're on the final version of the stained-glass piece, in The Talon. Glasshole is showing it to Shardy. He says that he always knew he'd get out. "Watch this," he says. He rubs his hands together, turns to the glass, and makes the giant diamonds fly out to him. He grins creepily. Laughs. He tells Shardy that he hid the diamonds for the two of them. They're the start of a new life. With lots of whores and cocaine, wooo! He asks Shardy to take them. She refuses, admonishing, "You stole them." "No I didn't," he says. He grew them. From, uh, bananas! Shardy is still refusing to take the diamonds when Clark whooshes in. "Let her go!" he yells. Shardy breaks free of her dad's grasp and runs off. Glasshole motions his hand to the stained-glass piece and makes it start wobbling. Clark ain't having that. He zips over and grabs Glasshole, and then flings him across the room. Glasshole breaks right through a display counter. The muffins! Oh, the humanity! Er, muffinanity! Clark goes to Shardy. She hugs him. It's awfully cute. Clark grins, and telling her that it's all right and that Glasshole will never hurt anyone again. Until after the next scene.
Daily Planet. Chloe is surrounded by ringing phones and people milling about. Lana goes to her. Chloe is surprised to see her there on a weekend. Lana, angrily, says that she got a call from Lex. She asks why Chloe didn't just talk to her. Chloe apologizes, but says she didn't think Lana was interested in talking about her love life. "My love life?" Lana scoffs. "With Lex? You've gotta be kidding me." I just freeze-framed on a particularly bad moment for Lana. I kid because I care, but seriously, get some rest, girl! Chloe says that Lana can be honest and that she won't burn her at the stake. Yeah, nothing that silly would happen on this show. Lana tells Chloe that there's nothing to be honest about, and that Chloe needs to knock off that rumor shit before she embarrasses her any more. Chloe says that she understands if Lana wants to hurt Clark. Oops. She tells Lana not to hurt herself in the process, and that Lex Luthor is a predator. Lana says she doesn't plan on being anyone's prey, so Chloe has nothing to worry about. Lana walks off, royally pissed off. Chloe knows that she just screwed up.