Watchtower. A computer monitor shows that the place is running on auxiliary power. Jayna and Zan, lying on the floor, are just coming to with a start. They stand up and look around at their new surroundings with wonder. Zan figures the Blur must have brought them there. "This is the Blur's lair," Zan says. Jayna insists the Blur doesn't have a lair, as if she or anyone would know. Zan is so excited that he reaches for his phone and gets to Tweeting. "That's not gonna happen," Chloe's voice says off-screen. The Twins look up and see her silhouetted against one of the Watchtower's circular stained glass windows. Techno-orchestra music plays. "Welcome to Watchtower," she says. She steps toward them and goes on: "If you chat one word about what you see in here, I will vaporize your Twitter accounts, Facebook pages, and every trace of your virtual existence will be obliterated." The Twins are impressed and a little scared, and agree to keep silent. The Twins argue a bit about whether Chloe is the Blur's sidekick. She tells them she's just keeping an eye on them for him. They gush about wanting to help the Blur and "fuel his legend." Chloe gently lectures them about having the right idea but going about it the wrong way. "You are singlehandedly destroying what the Blur stands for," she says. Jayna and Zan look chagrinned. Zan wants to know how to make up for their mistakes. Chloe tells them, "You just wait for the right moment. You'll know." "How do you always know the right thing to do?" Jayna asks. "You don't," Chloe says, "and neither does he." She tells them that if they stick around a hero long enough, they'll get their chance to save him. "Sometimes even from himself," she says. She doesn't add, "Because sometimes he is a doofus who cannot think his way out of a wet paper bag." So I'm adding it for her.
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.