Daily Planet. Lois is typing on an ancient manual typewriter, surrounded by candles. She's wearing a glow-stick necklace like she thinks she's at a rave. She makes a typo and yanks the paper out. Luckily, the power comes back on at that moment so we don't have to struggle through Lois pecking her way through another sheet. She pets her computer monitor. "I will never take you for granted again, I swear." Sure, you say that now, but let's see if you remember to send it flowers on Valentine's Day. Bonnie Tyler lets her know the Blur is calling her again. She answers without a greeting: "I suppose you were the one who gave us that little reboot." Clark, standing atop some roof somewhere as is his custom, tells her it was the least he could do. His voice, like usual, is distorted by a piece of tech on his phone. Lois is still perturbed about all his "bonehead moves" as of late. He explains that those were the result of some fans of his who were just trying to help. He also tells her he's not turning them over to Sacks. Lois doesn't think anyone will buy the misguided fans angle without evidence: "You're risking a lot to protect some feckless meteor freaks." He says he thinks everyone deserves a second chance, which launches Lois into another angry goose rant about him not treating her, a woman, with respect.
Episode Report CardTippi Blevins: C+ | 3884 USERS: A-
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