Man. That dog was MEAN! Glad my kittens were visiting the vet. He could have really scared them. Anyway, we come back to Clark at the barn with CuteEinstein. The dog is being examined by a vet who doesn't look thirteen years old, and who tells Clark that he's heard this dog is something of a hero. At least he doesn't bite recappers in the fucking arm. Clark says he hopes he gets to keep the dog. He asks the vet whether he noticed anything unusual about CuteEinstein. "Like what?" the vet asks. Clark says he seems really strong and likes to get into things. Also, Clark thinks he may be bi-curious. The vet says that, if anything, the dog seems to have below-average strength. Ooh, that sucks. The vet says Clark's got a perfectly healthy dog. He asks if Clark's got a name. "I was thinking of calling him Krypto," Clark says. Klepto? What? Lex hovers at the doorway just then. "Interesting name," he says. The vet, sensing the sexual dynamite of Clark + Lex + barn, says hastily, "Well, I'd better be going. I'll let you two do the Devil's work." Five minutes later, the vet will realize he forgot to get paid. "Krypto," Lex repeats. "What does it mean?" The dog growls at Lex. "Friendly," Lex observes. Clark bullshits that it's because the dog's background is so...Cryptic. Yeah. Nice one, Clark. Lex thinks, "I can't believe I used to worship this dumb-ass." Lex says he went out to the scene of the explosion. He says that from the look of the back of the security truck, it must have been the work of very strong dogs. Clark says Lex told him he could keep the dog, since the experiment failed. Lex says that if the experiment didn't fail, the dog could be dangerous. Clark says he's not dangerous now: "He saved my life. I'll take my chances on his loyalty." How exactly did Clark explain what happened with the explosion and the life-saving? CuteEinstein nuzzles a bit with Clark, who smiles. Lex sure misses that smile.
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