Returned-to-a-State-of- Stateliness-After-the-Tornado Luthor Manor. "Oh, a wedding present from your father," we hear a woman say. She's holding a form that says, "Prenuptial Agreement" in about 200-point font. Hey, I'm no lawyer or anything, but no. It's Object of Desiree, and she asks Lex if he wants her to sign it. Lex says that if she doesn't, his father could disinherit him. "Fine. I'll sign it," she all but moans. She says it's going to cost Lex a kiss. Well, sure, I don't see how that...ooooohhhh. They kiss, and some pink smoky stuff comes out of her mouth and goes into Lex's. It's those damned pheromones! It would be nice if they also time-released a minty burst of retsyn. Desiree says she'd really rather not sign those papers on their wedding day. I guess she wants post-post-nuptial papers instead. Lex says she's the best thing that's ever happened to him (in this episode), and he tears up the contract.
Speaking of suspect vows, here are MamaKent and Bo Duke in the kitchen of Kent Farm. (Slogan: "You should be eating all that zucchini.") MamaKent is looking through bills with a fan spraying tinsel and air toward her. "Hoo!" Bo yells as he comes in. MamaKent wants to know why they don't have air conditioning. "Electric bill," Bo says. MamaKent gives him a Death Look. Clark walks in, interrupting their playful banter. He tells them about the fire. He also reveals the awful truth: that he may have started it. Yes, it's true. He may be an Ejacupyromaniac. Why is Bo sporting Homer Simpson's stubble? Clark says his eyes felt hot and the spot he was staring at burst into flames. So how is this different than what happens whenever Clark looks at Lex? MamaKent is incredulous. "Hello?" Clark whines amusingly, "Hi, I'm Clark, the kid who can lift up tractors and see through walls." They press him further, and he has to explain what was happening when his eyes did the big spurt. When the words "sex educational film" come up everything stops and MamaKent and Bo are a little stunned. I really like this scene. "This could get very complicated," Bo says. Yeah, tell that to our forum posters. MamaKent says it may be hormones. Clark whines that he's maturing into a firestarter. Yeah, maybe someday he can be a coach in a crappy episode like "Hothead." Bo says they just have to get a handle on this ability. Clark points out, pointedly, that his other abilities don't make things burst into flames. No, that's just natural charisma. MamaKent advises Clark to stay home and work on the problem. And when he's in the bathroom, he can say he's combing his hair.