Clark says that Pete could have returned one of his calls. Pete asks if Clark thinks it's easy saying goodbye to your best friend. He says he couldn't risk someone getting close to Clark's secret. Pete says he left it all in the past. Clark says he didn't ask Pete to do that. Pete says he's been looking over his shoulder ever since. Pete says he had to leave his life behind because of Clark, but that it was better than living in Clark's shadow. Clark is bummed. "I didn't know," he says. "Luckily, everything's changed," Pete says. He drives to the hoop and stretches his whole body to slam dunk. Pete cheers for himself. He says he finally brought his game up to Clark's level. Clark asks what happened to him. Pete says it doesn't matter: he saved a girl's life the other night and got a taste of what it's like to be a hero. Clark says they have to reverse whatever happened. Pete doesn't like that. "I should have known you wouldn't be happy for me," he says. He starts walking off. Pete says he doesn't want to hide like Clark. Clark thinks it's just the Kryptonite talking. He says it warps your reality. Pete thinks Clark's ruining lives by keeping his powers a secret. Pete says he won't let anyone live with that burden. Pete says it's time to share the glory and that if Clark tries to stop him, his won't be the only secret revealed. You asshole! Pete walks away. Clark tries to show an expression. Fail!
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