Chloe finds the profile on Revenge. Clark recognizes him as a Smallville police officer. A neatly organized Web page shows his very private medical information. He was put on psychiatric leave after getting wounded in the meteor shower. Chloe and Clark figure out that he must have been the lone survivor the day the Kryptonians landed. Chloe says it's no wonder the guy had a psychotic break. Can we please stop with the "psychotic break" talk already? Clark mumbles, asking why he kidnapped Lana. Chloe guesses that since Lana was there when the ship landed, there might be some motivation there. She grabs her purse and starts walking as Clark follows, suggesting if they get into his psych information, they can figure out what he's up to. That's a roundabout way of going about things when they could just track the guy down and talk to him, isn't it?
Bo's Barn of Shame. Bo Duke chunks an axe into a block of wood as he moans to MamaKent about how he can't believe Lois would stab him in the back with Papa Luthor's campaign contribution. MamaKent tells him it wasn't Lois's fault. Whoa, watch out there -- he's carrying around that axe. As Bo goes over to sharpen the blade, MamaKent confesses to being the one who took the money. I really expected Bo to lose a finger here. Instead, sparks fly as the blade turns a weird angle and Bo turns off the rotating sharpener. Bo asks how she could do that. Well, taking the check was easy, but depositing it at their little bank was oh. You mean emotionally. MamaKent says she knows how much Bo wants to make a difference in the world like their son does every day. MamaKent says she loves Bo so much, she wants to give him that chance. Bo says he only wanted to owe anything to the people who voted for him. He bellows that now he's no different than any other lying (axe smacked into block of wood) politician. MamaKent says the Rotary Club and Farmer's Association and everyone else who contributed will be asking for favors, too. Bo says he won't do anything he doesn't believe in. She asks why it's any different with Papa Luthor. Bo gives her a look of disbelief and says she must know it's not the same. MamaKent says nothing is black or white in politics. She tells him not to let his pride get in the way of helping lots of people. She scoffs and walks away. Bo's going to have to consult about that with his most important constituents, the cows.