Outside, Young Chris Isaak is staying in his car, instead of walking down there to the auto shop. He cocks a silver gun. Gets out. Kyle comes up from behind and grabs his gun hand. "Hello, Bob!" Kyle Radley says cheerfully. Their four hands lock. Much green glowing. YCI's eyes are glowing green.
Inside, Clark is checking on an unconscious Lex.
Outside. Close-up on a gun slowly pivoting.
Inside, Clark and Lex. Clark turns as he hears a gunshot.
Back outside. Clark runs over, at normal speed, and sees Kyle standing over the dead body of Young Chris Isaak. It's the end of everything for him. "I always was the better salesman," Kyle says. Ew. Grim. "Are you okay?" Clark asks, calmly. Kyle smiles and nods. Man, they're getting so blasé about death in this town. Kyle says he saw Clark get shot. Clark starts to fumble/explain. Kyle tells him not to bother. "Just don't hide in the woods like I did," he says. "You got a gift. Use it to do great things. I think I'll do the same with mine." This is the most positive spin anybody's put on a suicide since Hitler.
Naked Clark back. The camera glances at Clark's shoulder as MamaKent is patting him with a washcloth. "I can't believe each one of these is a bullet," she says, referring to some dark bruises he's got. Oh, did Lex hurt you? You can tell us. Or did you "fall down" the stairs? It's okay if your name is Luka, Clark. You do live on the second floor of the barn. Bo says that the bruises at least answer "that" question. (About being bulletproof.) Bo looks at a newspaper headline about the suicide. Clark says it's weird that he got shot by his best friend. At least he didn't try to say it was ironic. And how cool is it that Lex has been promoted to "best friend"? Somewhere out there, Pete is crying. Bo asks where Clark thinks Kyle went. He says he thinks Kyle is out there trying to help people in the world. By selling Amway. Just then Lana comes in, without even knocking. What, were you raised in a barn? Oh, wait -- maybe she was. Bo and MamaKent excuse themselves.