Metropolis General Hospital. A dark-haired woman in blue scrubs enters a code to get into the Dispensary. Hey, it's Janey from Watchmen. Inside, she runs into Davis Bloome, who's got his EMT gear on as he gets a packet of pills from the shelves. Janey asks him what he's doing there and he introduces himself and his very nice eyelashes. Janey's never seen him before and he explains he's been >away for a few weeks. She asks him to explain the pills. He holds up a blister pack: "I'm just restocking my rig." She reads the pack and helpfully tells all of us that they're antipsychotics, used to treat multiple personalities. I thought they were calling it DID now? Anyway, she buys the explanation and says she hopes they help whoever they're meant for. Davis does, too. After Janey leaves, Davis tears into the pills.
Daily Planet's somewhat bustling basement news room. Clark watches Lois at her desk for a moment before approaching her. I have to say, she has really excellent posture. He asks her if they can talk and she brats: "Wow, what is that noise? Is someone talking?" I meant to say she has excellent posture... for a six-year-old. Clark says she can't ignore him forever. She says at least he wasn't ignored in a three-hour downpour. Clark tells Lois he wants her to write his story. Lois mistakes the request as Clark trying to pawn off his work load and says, "I've long since graduated from the 'lonely seeking lonelier' classifieds." Do they hire actual reporters to write those? I don't think so. Clark says it's a pretty interesting story. Lois busies herself looking for paper and says he may have forgotten about her, but the news world didn't. God, shut up about that! Maybe she had to wait outside because airport security kicked her out for annoying everyone inside. Clark tells her if she writes the story, the news world will never forget her. Mostly because she'd keep reminding everyone over and over about it. Clark says he didn't forget to pick her up -- he wasn't there because he was busy protecting people. She sighs, but lets him continue. "I'm the Red-blue Blur," he says with a hopeful smile. She looks him up and down before laughing and walking away. Clark looks like she just pointed and laughed at his wiener.