Sweet music -- which I'll later discover in horror is being sung by Minnie Driver -- plays. Clark is at the old fake-looking graveyard with the funky gravestones. He's staring at a red rose. There's mist everywhere. Clark kneels at a grave. Chloe walks up next to him. Thank God it's not Lana. Chloe kneels next to Clark and tells him she's sorry. For everything. Clark stares at the gravestone. Chloe says, "It must have been so hard being so different." She says it must have been hard with everyone judging, not knowing if people would accept him. Clark continues to stare. Minnie continues to sing. "I just...I want you to know that I'm here for you," Chloe says, "if you ever need to talk." She puts her hand on Clark's back. Clark stops staring for a minute to acknowledge Chloe: "Thanks, Chloe. I appreciate that." Chloe's lip shakes. She gets up and walks away. Wide shot as Chloe keeps walking and Clark keeps kneeling. Cut to black.
Al: We did it! We killed off Alicia!
Miles: Bravo, Al. Nicely done. Very nicely done.
Al: Yeah, we didn't wuss out like those dudes on Lost. Fuck those guys.
Miles: Yes. So...what now? How will Clark deal with all this next week?
Miles: Yes. You know. Episode after this?
Al: We...I...we have some football episode where Clark is all giddy because he might be a quarterback.
Miles: Oh, Al...
Al: Shit! I had it in my Blackberry and everything!
Miles: God. I think I can only stand one more year of this. Give Clark the damn tights already.
Next week: The emotional fallout from KentFan's death continues to devastate Clark as he struggles to find meaning behind the choices he's made and the weight of the secret he keeps while the town mourns a person they horribly misjudged...naw, just fucking with you. It's about college football being awesome. Woohoo! Football makes everything better. Think I'll go watch the Super Bowl now.