Kent Farm. The cows wish they had tuxedos, too. Chloe is up in the loft, wearing her wedding dress. Her hair is pulled back. She's holding her bouquet in a classic pose. It's a very nice dress. Lois comes upstairs. She says she's too busy to cry, but that Chloe looks breathtaking. Chloe thinks Lois has done an amazing job with Chloe's looks and with the barn. They hug. Chloe's phone rings. She hesitates on answering. Chloe, with some prodding, reveals that Davis has been calling all day. She says she thinks he's a great guy, but seems a little confused. She also tells Lois that he kissed her and told her she's marrying the wrong guy. If Lois wasn't so moony over Clark right now, she'd ask, "But he's still single, right? What's his number?" Lois asks if Chloe is starting to have feelings for "Tall, dark and scary." Chloe smiles. She says all she wants to do is walk down the aisle and marry the man she loves. Whom she doesn't identify by name. Lois asks how Chloe knew he was the one. Chloe tells her not to worry. She says Lois will know when she's found her "Super-stud." Lois pretends she doesn't need to be bitten by the love bug. She asks if Chloe has everything she needs. Chloe has her old, her new and her blue, but needs something borrowed. She thinks Clark may have something. She starts rifling through his desk. Chloe finds a tiny box in his desk drawer. Inside is a piece of Kryptonite. Clark comes upstairs and asks what these two girls are doing. Clark nearly stumbles as he sees the rock. Chloe asks if she should take it down the aisle with her. Clark asks her to put it away. He says he has a better idea. Chloe shuts the box, cutting off its familiar hum. Clark grabs a nearby high school yearbook. He opens it to a page holding a crushed yellow flower. He gives it to Chloe. Clark says that Chloe gave that to him freshman year at the homecoming dance. Are you sure it wasn't the spring formal? "And you kept it all this time?" Chloe asks, wowed. "I never throw away good memories," Clark says. Oh, you jackass! What did you just do to a bunch of Chloe's memories last week? Dick move, Clark. Dick. Move. Lois smiles, taken aback by Clark's kindness, and suddenly completely horny. "Thanks, Smallville," she says. She says it's another pre-wedding fire put out. That's not the only thing in the room that puts out. Clark and Lois go downstairs. Chloe adds the small yellow flower to her bouquet.