Kent Farm. The packing continues. Clark comes downstairs as Bo bitches about leaving the farm; Clark says it's not the place that makes it a home. MamaKent asks if Clark is coming with them. He says he called the police in Metropolis and told them where the money he stole is. Even the money he bought the car with? And the money for his apartment? Boy, that must have taken some creative accounting. Clark says you can't run away from your problems when the real problem is in your blood. I expect to see Clark on the cover of Out magazine with the headline, "Living with It" next month. Bo tells Clark not to be so hard on himself.
Just then, Lex comes in. Clark says that Lex missed the garage sale, but that they have lots of macramé plant holders left. Lex is amused. He says he's doing some of his own purging at the mansion. How do you think he stays looking so fit? Lex pulls out a piece of paper and hands it to Bo. "You bought our farm?" asks MamaKent of Exposition Lane. Lex says he put the Kents' name in the deed. Bo says that they can't accept this. Lex explains that after the plane went down, Lex found the compass Bo gave him -- his wedding present -- and it guided him to safe harbor. Wait, you mean the safe harbor of the desert island? He had a nautical map to go with that compass? Lex has pulled out the compass; it looks pretty beat up. He says that the least he can do is help them keep the farm. Bo loves his live gay son's gay friend. He says they'll find a way to pay Lex back. Lex says he's not worried about that but adds, "If it's not too presumptuous, I hope you'll just consider me part of the family." Clark goes "Whoop!" inside and smiles. I give a cheer for this stunning turn of events. Bo beams some more with real, home-grown pride.