L'il Dead Zone suddenly appears, frantic. He tells Clark that Lana was kidnapped. He doesn't know who took her. He had another vision of Lana. A pink, crappy, constant and reverberating vision that will never go away no matter how much we want it to. "What do you mean 'another?' " Clark asks. L'il Dead Zone says that the vision he had before showed Lana being peaceful and dying when it was her time. Clark asks if that's changed. L'il Dead Zone says that Lana was trapped in a fire, just like Cheerleader Girl. Clark tells L'ilDZ to calm down, and asks what else he saw. "Stuff," says L'ilDZ. Oh, gee, great. Let's Google that. "On the floor...photos burning." "Fiya?" I ask. L'ilDZ says that the two girls were in photos from when they were younger, in cheerleading outfits. I know that website! I mean...I don't know of a website like that! Clark hunts in his backpack. He pulls out a newspaper. "It this the girl?" Clark asks. It's an obit of the coach's daughter. L'il Dead Zone cries when he sees it. "When I saved him, I changed everything, even what's supposed to happen to Lana," Clark says. You go, hero! More clues from L'il Dead Zone's brain include an old sign inside: "Wandering Hills." Clark knows where that is. He starts to head out. L'il Dead Zone wants to go. Clark refuses. L'ilDZ says he can help find the house, since he knows what it looks like. Meanwhile, the girls are dying, and Clark needs to superzip his ass out of here. He tells the kid that, at the first sign of trouble, he has to back out. The strings play furiously.
Episode Report CardOmar G: C+ | 695 USERS: C+
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