Daily Planet. Cat stomps into the office, glaring when she spots Lois. She grabs a pen from a nearby desk and advances on Lois, stabbing her in the hand. "Ow!" cries Lois, grabbing the pen out of her hand. "What the hell?!" She pulls back her hand to punch Cat, but Clark intercepts her fist before it can find its target. "Ladies, who wants to go first?" referees Clark. Cat and Lois simultaneously blurt out their accusations, Cat that Lois is the Blur and Lois that Cat stabbed her. Lois gawks at Cat. "That is the dumbest thing I've ever heard!" And after five seasons on this show, that really means something coming from her. Cat is undeterred and says she has photographic proof. She gestures at the camera on her desk. "I caught little Miss Liar conducting some sort of satanic S-E-X ritual last night!" Yes, she spells it out. Lois snarks on her immaturity. Cat stomps off to her desk. Clark does some super-zipping so that when Cat picks up her camera, it falls to pieces. "Those were my only copies!" she mewls pitifully. "Well, that's a rookie mistake," Lois says chipperly. "You need to always back up your evidence." Clark explains that Lois was possessed by the spirit of Isis, which Cat interprets as him mocking her. Lois starts verbally laying into her until Clark takes her by the hand and drags her off. Cat sighs in frustration. Can she just disappear now?
Clark has taken Lois to some quiet little back room to minister to her wound. [Not a hospital? Or a police station? - Z] Lois says Cat is crazy. "I mean, Lois Lane is amazing, but you and I both know that I'm not the world's greatest superhero." She looks up at him, leaving him an opening as he busily bandages her hand. He says he's sorry that this was how the truth had to come out. "The truth," she echoes. "Right. About the Blur? Who he is? The big mystery?" He keeps winding gauze around and around her hand. If someone doesn't hurry up and confess, Lois is going to be wrapped up like a mummy. "Of course, he never told me his identity, so I guess I don't even really know him," she says. She tries to meet his gaze. "But I feel like I do." He finally looks at her. She tells him about her special bond with the Blur, comparing it to what she and Clark have. Clark just looks sadder and sadder because the dolt hasn't figured out that Lois already knows. She searches his eyes, but he's not giving her the green light. She paces and gives it one last shot: "What I'm trying to say is... I know you." "But you don't know the Blur," Clark says. "He's probably keeping it a secret for a reason." Lois looks like she's going to cry. "He's never going to tell me, is he?" "Not if it means putting your life at risk," he says. How did he come to that conclusion based on the events of this episode? Who knows? Lois: "I wish he knew that I was willing to take that risk."