Roger: So, who's this Oliver dipshit?
Omar: He's the Green Arrow.
Roger: Who the Hell's the Green Arrow?
Omar: He's like a high-tech arrow-shooter guy. And rich. And handsome.
Roger: So, Batman, but green?
Omar: That's one way to look at it, I guess.
Roger: He annoys me. If I were a few years younger, I'd bite him right in the ass.
Omar: With age comes wisdom.
I feel like I should be watching Gossip Girl, but these pretty people intimidate me with their pretty, pretty ways. At least on this show, the pretty people usually end up dead eventually, and you don't feel so inadequate.
Kent Barn. Clark, bathed in shadows and the orange sunlight from outside, moves a tiny rug and opens a panel in the wood flooring. He pulls out a rectangular box. Inside is a big, blue-tinted crystal, wrapped in red cloth. Clark stares at it until he notices Chloe standing nearby. She asks what he's doing with the crystal. Uh, nothing! I wasn't going to put it anywhere weird or inappropriate! Why do you ask? Clark stands. He says he doesn't want Chloe involved because she's been through enough. She says she just survived a gothic romance with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. She thinks she can handle it. Clark says he's going to save Davis. "What?" Chloe asks, sharply. She's mad that Clark wasn't going to tell her. Chloe brings up the mission Clark just sent Oliver on. Clark says he lied. Looking sad and a little conflicted, he admits that lately he's had to engage in lies and secrets (or, to put it in Lana terms, "thecrets and lieth!") in order to do the right thing. He's not sure Oliver would have helped if he'd told the truth. Clark tells her that his parents once used black Kryptonite to split off his Kryptonian side. He wants to split Davis off from Doomsday and send the beast to the Phantom Zone. "Spare me the Kryptonian mumbo-jumbo!" Chloe says. She thinks Clark has to bend the rules here. Clark brings up Chloe's previous actions, like when she saved Davis from the 'Zone. He says Chloe knew he was worth saving. Chloe says she's wrong, but Clark is way past that. He says there's still a part of Davis that's human. Chloe asks what happens if the plan fails. Clark doesn't think it will. "Sometimes justice... it's not about making the easy decision," Clark tells her. He thinks sometimes it's about finding the last bit of good in someone and saving the person from themselves. Yeah, that went smashingly with Lex. How did that whole Lex thing turn out, by the way? Oh, it was a total fucking disaster? Ah. I see. Glad you learned the opposite lesson of the one that life experience was trying to teach you. Clark says Chloe taught him that. She shows no sign of remembering it. Clark's phone chimes. Chloe asks who it is. It's Dr. Emil Hamilton. "Doomsday's struck again," Clark tells Chloe. D'oh!