Just as the gang is having a good laugh, Lana -- wearing a dark pink top over a white blouse -- walks in looking angry. Wait, is that an emotion I see? Oh, man. Somebody call Entertainment Tonight! Lana must have had all of her Botox sucked out. She glares at everyone and asks Pete and Chloe if they can excuse her and Clark. Wanna take a third line there, Pete? He opens his mouth, but says nothing. Well, you had had your chance. Lana opens up her mouth and fire comes out. She says that Clark accused Jocko of attacking Kyle. Sounding really rational and calm in the face of unwarranted bitchiness, Clark says that he just had questions about what happened. Lana explains that Jocko can get "a little overzealous," but that his heart's in the right place. Clark says he doesn't think Kyle Radley would do such a thing. Lana gets mad because Clark's gone out with the guy on, what, one shopping date and he thinks he knows all there is to know about this rugged, mysterious Tom Wopat of the Woods? Lana says Jocko wouldn't attack anybody. "He strung me up in a field," Clark says. Oh, yeah. How quickly we forget, Ms. Botox. Lana "exhales sharply" according to my closed captioning. She asks if this is what it's all about. "You haven't forgiven him," she says. Well, damn, girl! Let's string you up in a cornfield and see how quickly you want be a guest on Forgive and Forget. Clark says he thinks there's something else going on. Lana says he's just looking for an excuse to "knock Whitney." Do people still say "knock" like that? And didn't Clark just push Lana back into Jocko's arms last week? Ungrateful little snipe. "If you don't like him, just say it. Don't pretend to be his friend," she says. When did Clark ever do that? She walks off. I smile because her scene is over. Thus ends Lana's emoting for the year.
Kent Farm. The barn. Last week, it was Clark's bachelor pad. This week, it's full of manure that Bo is shoveling into a wheelbarrow. A shovelful lands on the nice shoes of Young Chris Isaak. Hey, YCI, where's your sequined cowboy suit? YCI says he didn't like those shoes much anyway. He offers his hand and an introduction. Bo shakes, but he's wearing work gloves. Surprised music plays when that happens. Bo says he knows the guy is after his farm and that he's persuasive, but that there's no chance Bo will sell. At that, YCI raises his eyebrows until they're actually behind him. Bo Duke goes on to say that he's not interested in money (he wouldn't be a farmer if he was) and that if the guy will excuse him, he's got some real work to do. So shoveling manure is his hobby? Young Chris Isaak shrugs and pretends he's leaving. He waits until Bo turns around and throws his gloves down on a table to fake like he fell and twisted his ankle. He asks Bo to give him a hand up. Their hands connect. The scary music plays. Green hand glow.