Clark finally puts two + Nabu together and comes up with the museum. By the time he arrives, Chloe's already passed out on the floor, the mask lying on the rug beside her. He cradles her head and whispers her name.
Oliver is in some dank, dark underground lair somewhere, wearing naught but a blindfold and the chains that bind him to a chair. Oliver's glistening nudity is a bit difficult to enjoy, though, seeing as how he's currently getting the snot punched out of him by the abductor we saw earlier. As is his wont, Oliver cracks wise in the face of unrelenting abuse: "I think this whole thing would be a lot more painful if I could see your ugly face." He suggests getting rid of the blindfold and going "full monty." His creepy captor's not down with that. (Forum posters have surmised this guy is Rick Flag of the Suicide Squad, but he's not given a name in this ep.) Creepy thinks it's only fair that Oliver remain blind, much like the rest of the world when "cryptic symbols" were carved into Earth's monuments. He's suspicious because all the world's satellites were shut down except Oliver's. He pokes Oliver right in the chest for emphasis. Oliver makes more jokes, but Creepy ignores him. Instead, he goes on about how the symbols were like the Blur's (except they really weren't) so now the Blur is a "person of interest." Clark being seen as a bad guy is potentially interesting, but I won't get my hopes up. Creepy wants to know what Oliver's connection to everything is. Oliver insists he's one of the good guys, just out to save the world. "I'd tell you what from, but you wouldn't believe me." But Creepy is open-minded and wants to hear more. Oliver cracks jokes about "little green guys from outer space" and gets punched some more. Creepy ups the ante with a little electro-torture. Let's see ya make jokes now, Greeny.