Outside. It's nearly dawn. Clark and Lana have driven Lord Byproduct home, and he hops out of the truck, declining an offer from them to explain to his parents what happened. He runs, runs, runs to the house. As he gets to the front steps, his mother comes out and tells him to hurry. Richard Moll is not so forgiving. He points a shotgun right at him. Lana and Clark get out to help as a dog barks. GothMa helps her son inside while Clark and Lana are confronted by Bull from Night Court. With a full head of gray hair (and if I hadn't seen his name in the credits, I would have never known it was the Moll-Man), he bellows that he'd better not see them around his son again. He threatens to shoot them for trespassing. Clark and Lana leave. The damn dog won't keep quiet.
Kent Farm. Bo is surprised that MamaKent was offered a job. He didn't find out till the next morning. That's a little...fishy, no? Did her new job require a sleepover? MamaKent says her answer was that she wanted to discuss it with Bo. The next morning. After the sleepover. Bo is upset and says that Papa Luthor has an ulterior motive for everything. Like the other day? He was eating a donut, and the donut was giving him insider trading information through its donut hole. Now that donut is under investigation by the SEC. It's always something with that guy. "I know all about Lionel Luthor, but we could use the money," MamaKent says. This reminds me disturbingly of when Jennifer Connelly went and had sex with her ex boyfriend for heroin money. MamaKent says she could use a "bigger" challenger in her life. Bo is mad: "Farm life's gotten just a little bit too boring for you, has it?" Well, shit, you have a superhero son doing all the chores, cows fulfilling your every sexual fantasy. What's there for her do to around there but refill your bovine coffee cup every morning? MamaKent says she doesn't mean it like that and wants to put her education to use. Bo asks if it's worth losing their privacy. "You don't trust me to make that call?" she asks. It doesn't take much to break up their little pastoral paradise, does it? "I want to do this," says MamaKent, and before they can argue further, Clark and Lana come in. Bo asks if they've been out all night. "It's not what you think," Clark says. He explains about the new kid, and that they think he's being abused. Oh, the slings and arrows of outrageous child abuse!
Next on America's Most Intrusive: the Kents and Lana have rounded up a single police officer to raid the abusive compound. Yes! Finally. Maybe we'll start to see some poetic justice around here. As they walk up, a bunch of antlers and horns are sticking out from swing sets. The parents answer the door. Our favorite mustachioed police officer asks to see their son. They get all indignant and fakey and say that their son died, having drowned in Crater Lake eight years earlier. Lana says they just met him the night before. Bo says that the dad threatened them. "I never seen these kids before in my life," Moll says, in a southern twang. He calls what they're doing a prank. He asks what kind of parents would raise a child to do a wicked thing like that. Well, Bo. But not in this case, exactly. The cop and the Kents leave. "They're lying," Lana says. Clark says they saw the kid go into the house. Bo platitudes that if there was a young man being tortured and abused and tied up, they wouldn't want that on their conscience. Maybe they'd want it on DVD, but not on their conscience. Ethan the Utilitarian Authority Figure says he'll get a warrant. Dude, get their "Cherry Pie" album. It raaaaawwwks!