Movie theater. Lana is rolling up posters when Clark walks in. He says he saw a light on and figured it was Lana. What, a projection light? You don't have superpowers anymore, Clark. Quit walking around like you do. Lana asks if Clark is okay. She asks how he thinks Supernerd got his powers overnight. "I have no idea," Clark says. Liar. Lana effuses about how great it would be to have powers. Clark may not be super, but he still has the ability to superpiss on people's parades. He says it would be scary. He explains that superpowers haven't helped Supernerd. Lana says she wishes she could fly. "Yeah, that'd be something, Lana," Clark says. The fact that he can deliver that line straight-faced and without excess cheese must mean this kid can really act. Clark gets quiet. Lana asks what's wrong. Clark says it's her necklace. He's never noticed how beautiful it is before now. Yeah, he was too busy emptying his superbowels and twisting in pain. Clark says this is going to sound strange, but he wants to borrow it. After a half-second of confusion, Lana says, "Sure," and takes it off. Yeah, it's just the last memento she has of her squished parents. Sure. Here ya go. She doesn't even ask what it's for. Is he going to woo some hussy up in Metropolis with it? When he takes the necklace, he touches Lana's hand. She asks now why he wants it. "It's complicated." He promises that whatever happens, she'll get it back. Possibly along with the bone from his body it's soldered to. Lana says that Clark is scaring her, and that she wants to know what's going on. Clark just leans in and kisses her lightly on the cheek. "Goodbye, Lana," he says. And then he ships off to WWII. Oh, wait -- wrong dramatic exit.
Episode Report CardOmar G: A | 888 USERS: C+
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