Supernatural. An impressive run for that show! Congrats.
Oliver's LuthorCorp office. He puts the chunk of black Kryptonite in a very unsecure-looking little black file box, the kind you'd put your vegetarian recipes in. He puts that box in an unlocked slide-out compartment of the desk. Top-notch security there, Oliver. No wonder you're in Lex's chair in a building still named after his family. He stares into space. The camera pivots to show Clark standing by the entrance to the room. He clears his throat. It's a farmboy mating call. Without turning, Oliver tells him that their teen villains have been locked away in a rehabilitation center, where Tess won't be able to get to them. He finally turns. "So we can focus on finding Chloe and Davis," he tells Clark. Clark asks where the Kryptonite ring went. "It's in a safe place," Oliver tells him. I've had it smelted into a cock ring. Wanna see? Clark is not amused. Oliver says that he's lucky he had it; that ring saved Clark's life. Clark says the ring could kill him. He asks why Oliver would make something like that. Oliver is honest: he says he didn't make it. It belonged to Lex and he took it. "After I took Lex Luthor's life," Oliver says. Clark is aghast. "You're responsible for the explosion," he says. Oliver lowers his head. Oliver knows they were friends at one point, but he thinks Lex would have killed Clark eventually. He says the ring is proof of that. Clark asks why he was wearing it. "In case I don't agree with the next murder you plan?" Oliver gets annoyed and pulls the box out of the desk to hand to Clark. He says Clark's getting self-righteous when he didn't have the guts to do what's right and Oliver had to clean up his mess. He raises his voice suddenly: "We do what we have to do, Clark!" You're fired! Pack up your shit and get out of my office! What? You don't work here? Well, fuck you, you're fired anyway! Pack up my shit and take it with you! Somebody's shit is getting packed up in a cardboard box and getting escorted out of the building! I'm like a boss! Oliver thinks Clark is going to do the same thing when he finds Davis. He hopes the guilt doesn't weigh Clark down as much as it weighs on him. Clark nods. He thanks Oliver. But, he says, he'll take it from here. Oliver tries to smooth things out by saying that they're still on the same side, even if they don't see eye-to-eye. Clark turns dramatically. "No, we're not," he says. Oliver has finally figured out that Clark has no plans to kill Davis. Clark tells him he's using the black rock to split Davis from Doomsday and to send the beast to the Phantom Zone. Oliver's not thrilled that Clark was hiding something. Clark tries to justify lying about it. Oliver asks how many more lives have to be lost if Clark is wrong this time. That one stings a bit. Oliver asks Clark to put his ego aside and do what he has to do. It's Clark's turn to lecture. He says he's doing what's right and setting an example. Otherwise, Clark says, they're no better than the people they fight. You certainly don't dress any better than them. Oliver says he's not Clark's enemy. "Then who are you?" Clark asks. Oliver can't answer that. He used to be Aquaman, dammit.