Roger: I admire that they didn't use CGI here. They left it to your imagination, like that scene in The Silence of the Lambs where you don't see Lecter actually bite the cop in the face, but you imagine you did.
Omar: Wow, that's a pretty slick reference for someone that I just saw lick his own balls.
Roger: Soderbergh licks his balls all the time.
"Holy..." Clark says. "Hey, looks like you've got a secret, too," he tells CuteEinstein. He asks where the dog is from as he pats him down. Tom Welling's affection for dogs really comes through in these scenes, and it's very adorable, I have to admit. He finds something from feeling the back of CuteEinstein's fur. Clark uses his x-ray vision and sees a small microchip inside the dog's skin. Chloe and Lois come outside and see the tractor. "What did you do?" Lois asks. Clark says it "must have rolled." "Through a fence?" Lois asks. Chloe grits her teeth in sympathy toward Clark's oncoming stream of bullshit. All three agree that it was a weird thing that just happened. Chloe starts to help weave the BS web by saying that the tractor is old and the emergency brake must have slipped. "Yeah, it's old," Clark agrees. Lois looks at them like the crazy they are. Chloe excuses herself and leaves. Clark tells Lois he was just playing with "Skippy" here. Lois informs Clark sternly that they're not calling the dog "Skippy." How about "Peanut"? Clark asks Lois, annoyed, what she'd like to call him. Lois says that he's annoying, and that she can't get within ten feet of him without getting sick. "I think we should call him Clarkie," she says. Lois hopes the dog can be someone else's allergy when they find his owner. Clark doesn't think that's going to be necessary; he tells her about the microchip that could identify the dog. "I spent all morning on these," Lois says of the full-color flyer she created with "FOUND DOG" at the top. Clark, with weird line delivery vibes, says he has to go tell his parents something. Lois tells CuteEinstein not to give her that look. He looks at her the way a dog looks at a person. "Clarkie," Lois calls him, happily. CuteEinstein does a neat little embarrassed take with his paw on his snout.