You know that commercial where the women are taking off and putting on their jeans over and over? They need to make a six-hour version of that so I won't have to keep rewinding.
Smallville Medical Center. I sure hope all these teens have insurance. Chloe's on the phone as Clark and Lana come into her hospital room. "I gotta go," Chloe says to the phone. "Some real people just came in." So it was an imaginary phone conversation? Chloe says it was the Daily Planet. They were calling for an interview. Chloe says she always wanted her name in the paper, but not like this. Instead, she'll write an exclusive for The Torch. Clark sits down and asks if she remembers anything. Well, there was that one episode where they kissed. And the episode where Pete dated that fat-sucking chick. And...oh, wait. This isn't a clip show. Instead, she remembers tripping on metal rails. Chloe's voice quavers as she mentions the stuffed animals. She breaks down crying because she remembers the dirt falling on the coffin. Clark tells her not to thank him -- she should thank Lana. Lana shifts uncomfortably. Chloe says she picked a fine time to take a walk on the weird side. Lana laughs. Chloe smiles. As Clark tries to leave, Chloe grabs his hand and asks him to stay longer. Clark stays. They hold hands. Lana knows where she's not the focus of attention. She leaves. She lingers at the window, making sad eyes.
Lana walks down the hospital hallway looking all spooked. Here's why: she sees behind herself! It could be all metaphysical and meaningful, but let's face it. It's just a spooky lens filter and somebody thumping the foley mike. She turns. The camera turns with her. Nothing over here. Hmm. Let's turn that way.... The shaky camera follows her, but she doesn't find anything.
Kent Farm, presumably the next day. Bo is loading some bags on the blue truck. He asks Clark -- who's walking up -- how late he was at the hospital. Well, let's just say it was past "visiting hours," heh heh. I have no idea what that last sentence was supposed to mean. Clark says Chloe is worried that her abductor is still out there. He picks up a couple of bags at a time. Every time a bag is thrown, a punching bag sound effect is made, and doesn't vary at all. Bo asks about Lana's visions. Clark says they started after the gas explosion. Sometimes I get visions when I have a gas explosion. Clark says he wishes he could find out through whose eyes Lana was seeing. Bo tells him to leave it to the police, and worry about the feed they're loading up for the Millers. Trying to be all casual, Clark asks Bo what he's going to do with Lex's check. Bo says he may be stubborn, but not blind. Um, blind? What does that have to do with it? Don't you mean "Stupid"? Oh, yeah, I guess you couldn't really deny that, could you? Bo says that, as soon as they deliver the feed, he'll deposit the check.