As the elevator comes to a stop, Tinfoil says that Papa Luthor has destroyed many lives with his games, and now it's time to see if he can survive the game himself. Hey, it's like that movie with Michael Douglas, where he was a rich guy and all this crazy shit happened, but it was just this big game that Sean Penn bought for him. And then he finds out, after he falls off a building, that it's just a game. I wish I could remember the name of that movie. Tinfoil wonders whether Papa Luthor will be able to survive when the life in the balance is that of someone he cares about. Tinfoil pushes a button on a device, and a small case opens up in the elevator. It's holding a silver pistol with a pearl grip. There's one bullet in it; either Papa kills MamaKent, or she kills him to win freedom. "No!" MamaKent says sternly. It would be great if Tinfoil said, "Damn. All right, fine. How about if you just shoot him in the fleshy part of the thigh?" Papa Luthor says that they're not playing any more games. Tinfoil says that there's an explosives charge on the elevator cable above their head. If they refuse, they'll both die from the fall. Oh, all right, that sounds like a good game, then. "Your decision," Tinfoil says, and disappears. A timer on the explosives charge starts counting down. MamaKent gulps. She and Papa Luthor stare at each other.
Chloe is talking to Clark on his cell phone. She asks where he and Lex are. They're in a scary house. Clark thinks they found something. Lex asks whether Clark wants to wait for the security team. Clark says no. Lex cocks his handgun, right in Clark's face. "Me neither," he says. Lex kicks open the door. Action Lex! Lex. Dude. You're not Jack Bauer. Knock it off with the CTU poses. Clark grabs a wood plank. He tells Chloe that there's no one there. Chloe thinks that the signal may have been re-routed. Lex spots something. This place sure does look very Jame Gumb. Clark and Lex look at a screen. A piece of paper over it reads, "GAME OVER."