Kent living room. I see they shop at a pottery barn. No, literally. It's a barn out on Route 9 that sells pottery. Clark, looking pensive by the window, hears Bo Duke come in, saying he talked to Supernerd's parents that morning. "They were scared," he tells Clark. "Were you ever scared of me?" Clark asks his pappy. I think it was more that he was scared of his feelings for his son. Bo says there were a few scary tantrums early on, but that Clark is generally a good kid. "We had some holes in the wall. But, naaah..." Clark says he doesn't think Supernerd is a bad kid. Neither does Bo. Clark, hand on his ribs, says he was freaked out at first, but now he's enjoying not being anything special outside the world of male modeling. Grunting as he sits, Clark says that his current pain is better than being around the meteor rocks any day of the week. What about Saturdays? Because I hear Saturday meteor rocks aren't so bad. MamaKent comes in with her Weekly Phone Bulletin. She says the police came to Supernerd's house, but that they couldn't control him. Clark says he'll go. Bo warns that Clark's hurt, and that if they have another showdown, Clark could get killed. Then the show would be Lexville. Clark thinks that Supernerd might have Clark's weakness. "The meteor rocks?" MamaKent says, aghast. Yes, the damn meteor rocks. Somebody should build a neon sign for inside the house. "Meteor rocks = bad. We get it." As a lone low note plays, Clark says that he alone knows the weakness, and that even without his powers, this is who he is. So, I guess the wussiness has nothing to do with being super. Good to know. After MamaKent asks, Clark says he knows where to find a meteor rock.
The Metropolis office/leisure room where Lex likes to do business. Lex walks in looking tall as a mountain as he greets the teeny tiny Sir Hairy and the for-once-small Boobs McChesty, who seem to shrink in Lex's presence. "How'd you do it, Lex?" Sir Hairy asks. He sounds like Jamie Lee Curtis' thug boyfriend from A Fish Called Wanda before she meets John Cleese. "It's wuuurthless," Sir Hairy continues. Lex advises that they should have done their homework before acquiring Cadmus Labs so wrecklessly. Boobs flips her "ON" button and begins trying to act. She whines to Daddy that she read the report. "You mean that piece of fiction you saw on my computer?" Lex asks. Much familial anger. "That's what you get for trusting family," Lex says. He adds that he and his own dad, the Magnificent and Bastardous Lionel, will be making an offer on their company in the morning. Sir Hairy glowers for a moment, then leaves. "How could you do this to me, Lex?" Boobs warbles after her dad leaves. Lex says she did it to herself. And that's what really hurts. "It was just business," Boobs says, walking up to Lex in the same weird maroon outfit. "Sleeping with me was just business? I'd hate to think what that makes you," Lex tells her. Best. Line. Ever. After about two seconds, Boobs understand the insult and rears back to slap Lex. Lex takes the hit and adjusts his jaw accordingly. "We could have been great together," Boobs says. "I plan on being great all by myself," Lex says, sending hearts aflutter all over the world. Lex says she'd better go check on Daddy because he didn't look well. One last angry look from Boobs, and...wait for it...she's GONE! Forever! (We hope.) Hooray for the end of her crappy four-episode arc. Don't let the door hit your boobs on the way out, McChesty.