A garage opens; on it is the word "LEXCORP" with a circle around the "X." A silver convertible emerges. It stops right in front of Molly Dodd, who is wearing a purple shirt (because she's evil now). Lex recognizes her and asks if she's all right. She plunges a needle into his neck as he goes, "Whoa, whoa!" He falls unconscious. That's the Papa Luthor effect.
Enrique Iglesias says when he sings a song, he needs to feel it. He falls in love with a guy holding a bag of Doritos in the front row. I really do wish people would eat Doritos during their concerts. It would make the spit that flies from their mouths when they sing that much more interesting.
Clark and Lana are sitting and looking at old pictures. Lana is admiring a fish in a photo. Clark says it took all his strength to land it, and that his dad had to help. Why must he lie about even the tiniest details of his life? Lana says he's lucky to have a great dad. She asks about the fight with Chloe. Clark starts to get up and walk away. Lana says she assumes this is shrouded in secrecy too, like everything else. Clark tells her what happened with Molly Dodd. Clark says there's not a chance in a million years that she's his mom. Lana doesn't ask why. Lana asks if Molly Dodd just showed up. "She ambushed me at school. 'Hi, Clark. I'm your mother.' I mean, who does that?" Lana twitches her eyes and slowly raises her hand. It's kinda cute. She tells Clark what she did with Potential Papa. She says Small hates the town, hates the Luthors, compared Lana to the Nazis (not really), and told her never to come back. "That good, huh?" Clark says. Lana says she's done fine without a dad. Clark says they're different. They don't get to see their biological parents to see a piece of who they are and what they might become. Wow, an actual Clark/Lana conversation of substance. Clark says that if he had a chance to know his birth parents, he wouldn't give up on the first try.