Suicide Slums. NotSoFine is walking around, just chill'ackin', yo. Bizarro Clark appears and steps up to him. "Change of plan," he says, his voice going even lower, as if slowed down on tape. NotSoFine asks if he's having trouble finding the scientist. Bizarro says that the Boy Scout has come back. "The prodigal son of Krypton has returned," says NotSoFine. Just shut up and calculate, all right? Bizarro says that he can kill Clark with some green Kryptonite. NotSoFine says that he'll do it. Bizarro thinks NotSoFine can barely kill a rat. So that's why you came looking for his help? NotSoFine says that, no matter his physical state, his brain remains formidable. He warns Bizarro not to underestimate him. Bizarro wants to get Lana away from Clark first. NotSoFine scoffs that Bizarro is falling prey to human weakness. Bizarro gets mad and says he's nothing like Clark. NotSoFine will divert Clark while Bizarro goes to get Lana. NotSoFine walks off. He's finally got something fun to do.
LuthorCorp. Papa Luthor stands in front of a mirror, examining his chin. Ah, that is a fine and regal chin. We hear a screechy bit of audio, indicating that something is not right. Clark walks in. He quickly explains that the phantom is back and has been staying with Lana. Papa asks if she's all right. Clark says she's shaken up (and stirred inside) and that he took her to Oliver's apartment, which has already proven to be a terrible hideout. Clark says that he has to get rid of this phantom for good. It's like a bad rash! He asks whether Papa Luthor knows how to do that. Papa says that the only way to get rid of the phantom is to expose him to blue Kryptonite. "I don't understand," says Clark. Big surprise. You see, it's like meteor rock, but it's blue. You know how meteor rocks are usually green? Well, this color is different. It's blue. Not green. So look for a rock that is blue-colored, not green-colored. Now, I know this is tough, but you're a big boy now and we're going to trust you to make big-boy color distinctions. Can you handle it, Clark? Clark says that since everything affects Bizarro in the opposite way, the blue Kryptonite should make Bizarro more powerful. Papa Luthor says that it will do that, but exponentially. You just blew Clark's mind. And not in the good way. Papa says it'll be like a light bulb being powered by a nuclear reactor. You so just lost Clark about five miles back. Clark asks how to find more blue Kryptonite. "Clark!" Papa Luthor says suddenly. Wake up! He says there's another Kryptonian on Earth, named Dax-Ur. Clark needs to find him. Clark asks why Papa didn't tell him about this dude before. Papa says that Dax-Ur disappeared after arriving a century earlier. Clark tells Papa about the shield he found. "You may have found his beacon," says Papa. Clark knows how to bring home the beacon. Papa says that the beacon (I love saying that word) should send Clark right to Dax-Ur. "I don't know how to work it," says Clark. Shocking! Papa says that it works on sound recognition. The shield has Dragon Naturally Speaking installed. Papa holds Clark's hand in a familiar way and tells him to put it in his palm and speak Dax-Ur's name. Or "Beetlejuice" three times. Papa says that the device will do the rest.
After Clark leaves, Papa Luthor goes to the elevator. He looks winded. He presses the button for the parking level. The camera swivels around to reveal that it's not Papa Luthor at all, but NotSoFine. Imposter!