Kent Farm. While Pepperidge Farm remembers, this farm seems to have infected the town with collective amnesia about Clark's powers. But, I digress. A wooden duck is sitting on a table in the living room as Clark walks in. Clark calls out for Mom and Dad as he puts his stuff down. He walks in, saying he heard about the accident and...oh. Oh. Man. Bo Duke and MamaKent are getting it on atop one of the kitchen stools. Clark spins, and says, "I did not need to see that." MamaKent giggles. Face suckers. "Just getting the old hero's welcome, know what I mean?" Bo bellows, then slaps MamaKent on the ass, hard. This is a Bo Duke I could get used to. Clark asks MamaKent what's up with Dad. She says he's been acting strange since he got home. Bo responds to that by pulling a beer from the fridge and asking whether Clark wants to watch a football game. He's wearing a wife-beater shirt under his usual flannel. Bo taps the beer bottle cap off the side of a table, spilling foam everywhere. He asks Clark whether he can take up the slack on those pesky chores. MamaKent looks shocked. Bo wipes off the beer foam with one of the ugly curtains. "Jonathan!" MamaKent cries. She tosses him a dishtowel. Clark says it's good that the hero thing didn't go to his head. Bo lifts up his beer and smiles slyly. I love this Bo. Can we keep him? Suddenly, Lex appears, hovering at the screen door. He says he hopes he's not interrupting. MamaKent smiles and invites him in. "What do you want?" Bo asks, getting right in Lex's face. Lex asks about the accident and says he came to see if Bo was hurt. "No, you didn't," Bo says, saying that Lex just wanted to see if Bo was going to sue. Bo starts railing on Lex, and in one funny moment yells at MamaKent when she tries to interrupt, saying, "No, it's not enough, Martha!" I love it when stuff almost sounds like Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? dialogue. Bo does a bit about not liking Lex, or Lionel, "or [Lex's] friendship with [Bo Duke's] son." The HoYay! finally comes out. Bo takes a sip of beer. Clark comes to stop him, but Bo throws his hand off. Bo burps right in Lex's face. Classic. This is the best Bo ever. Lex looks disgusted even though he's starring in Sorority Boys this week and has no right to pretend a burp is gross. "I think I'll take a nap," Bo says, and staggers off. "Hubba hubba," he says quietly as he passes MamaKent. Damn, where da Emmy at? MamaKent goes after him. Lex and Clark just stand there.
Smallville High. Pete can't believe what happened. He makes comments about the beer and the "counter-macking." Pete is like a little recap within a recap. Clark says that he's worried his dad has finally cracked over all his stress. First the alien son, then the dead cows. When does all the weirdness end? Pete says he likes the part where Bo dissed Lex. Clark asks what Pete has against Lex. Yeah, same damn question I had last week. It only took fifteen episodes to get to this conversation, huh? Where's Pete's mouth been all this time? Pete says Lex screwed his family out of their creamed-corn factory twelve years before. Oh yeah, "Creamed Corn Capital of the World." I thought Pete's dad was a lawyer, not a corn man. Clark points out that it was twelve years ago and that it was Lex's dad who did the screwing. Clark asks why Pete didn't say anything before. Damn skippy. Pete says he was hoping Clark would see through Lex sooner. He miscalculated in that Clark only got to see through Lex's clothes.