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Chloe's apartment. She's packing up some of Jimmy's belongings, including clothes, some DVDs and books and one of his cameras in a suitcase. There's a knock at the door. Clark enters without waiting. He's glad to see her. Chloe's glad to be rid of Brainiac. She says she'll feel even better when she sees her "husband" (wow!) in Star City. She's going to relieve Lois of her nursing duties. Chloe's glad he's all right. She says Jimmy's lucky to have made it past that creature alive. Clark says they haven't seen the "Destroyer" yet, but he was definitely linked to Brainiac. Luckily, there's been no sign of him. Only that's not such a good thing. Clark, gauging the temperature in the room, asks, "So... how's your memory?" She says it's fine, but everything after "Here Comes the Bride" is a blur. Clark, still clumsily prodding, asks, "You don't remember anything unusual about me?" What, you got a haircut? Really, Clark, you need to stop fishing for compliments from people who are in the middle of major life changes. Chloe has to think about that. Smiling, she asks, "Are we talking about your secret? What in the world would make me forget that?" Oh, I don't know, a shitty best friend, maybe? Well, we knew Chloe's brain wipe wouldn't last, and thank goodness. Now Clark will just have to cut her head off with his eyejaculating ocular cannons. Clark says she's been through a lot lately. Chloe reiterates that it would take a lot more than Brainiac to wipe that from her memory. Noted. Chloe thanks Clark for not giving up on her. He says he'd never do that. Chloe says, very seriously, that if it came down to it, she hopes Clark would do the right thing. Don't throw a trashcan through the window at Sal's Famous Pizzeria. Chloe says Clark should sacrifice her to save the world; she'd understand. Clark promises that won't happen as long as he's around. Chloe smiles a bit sadly at him. Let's hear it for sacrifice.
Kent Home. Imra is looking at photos on the mantle, including one featuring Clark and Lana smiling. Clark is wearing a suit with a red tie and Lana is looking off to the side. Imra turns as Lana enters through the front door. She's got huge banana earrings hanging down and is still wearing all black. Lana says she's looking for Clark. "The boys are out fixing the barn," Imra says. "The boys?" Aren't you all aliens and potentially gender neutral? Don't you have, like, sex organs in your armpits? Awkward silence. Lana says she knows Imra was only doing what she thought was best. Imra admits that they were willing to take the easy way out. She says Kal-El never gave up. History (future history) says he brings out the best in people. But very often the worst in a TV show. Imra says Lana is lucky. Lana can't resist asking about her future with Clark and where they're going to go. Imra says that's for Clark and her to discover. But she does tell Lana that she'll be remembered for a lot more than her relationship with Clark. Imra says Lana has a destiny all her own. Fantastic. I can't wait for next year's CW spinoff Squirrel Girl. Imra tells Lana that her secret is safe. Lana just smiles and says nothing. Whoah, don't use all your emotions at once. Save some for the rest of the season.