Lex walks out to his car. Clark confronts him and asks what's going on with Garner. Lex tells Clark to stay out of it. Clark reminds Lex of Garner's spotty medical record. Lex says he doesn't have to explain himself, but Clark reminds Lex that Dr. Phil says that honesty is important in loving relationships. Lex asks Clark what he would do if he lost seven weeks of his life, and that Lex only wants to recover those memories. Clark thinks Garner's methods are too experimental, and might actually harm Lex in the end. That's a chance Lex is willing to take, because he wants to "remember everything." Clark realizes that "everything" would include Clark's true identity, and gets a look on his face like, "Oh, shit." Lex gets in his car and drives away, and Clark walks up the steps of Summerholt and stares inside.
Clark goes to see Papa Luthor, who is shocked that Clark wanted to meet. Clark explains what Lex is doing, and adds that Papa Luthor is "the only one powerful enough to shut Summerholt down." Papa Luthor wonders why Lex thinks he would "resort to behaving like a thug." Clark doesn't think Papa Luthor wants Lex to recover his memories. Papa Luthor claims that he cares, but that it's not his problem. Clark asks what will happen if Lex remembers the truth about his grandparents' death. Papa Luthor says that he thought Clark was influenced by his parents' "cornfed hokum," but now he realizes that Clark has a dark side. Clark claims he's just trying to help Lex, but Papa Luthor totally knows that Clark has his own motivations for preventing Lex from recovering his memory. Clark denies it, and Papa Luthor starts up a looped tape of Lex saying, "I know your secret, Clark." Papa Luthor thinks that Clark should start telling the truth.