We get a coffin's-eye view of Lex moving aside a lid. He dumps the doctor's body into the vessel. Closes the lid. The organ music continues incessantly. That organ player is really going at it.
Cut to Lex washing his bloody hands in a sink. Out, damn blackmailing doctor stain! There's a knock at the bathroom door. Lex says he'll be right there. He puts his white shirt back on and notices a small blood stain on his shirt cuff. Lex puts on his suit jacket to cover the spot. He opens the door. Chloe, her hair up and her face worried, is in the doorway. Lex asks if it's time. "It was. Ten minutes ago," Chloe replies. Chloe says that Lana isn't there, and that nobody knows where she is. Oh, SNAP! Lex looks devastated.
Commercials. Ads that take place in the gym always make me think of the word "Bro-han" for some reason. Maybe I was traumatized there once.
Third dream sequence. There's a familiar tornado on the horizon. Lana is in a truck, freaking out. Clark, in his suit, is hanging on in the open doorway of the driver's side. "Lana!" he calls. Lana looks at him. Clark dives into the truck to save her. Lana wakes up. In bed. Surprised. She looks over and sees Lex sleeping. She quietly gets up and puts on her robe. So, twisted chronology, musical montages, and parallel dreams? You are so ambitious this week, Smallville. Maybe you should have stuck to doing right by the characters instead. Wedding invite title card: "Wedding Day. 7:09 am." Lana is in Lex's bookcases looking through a scrapbook. I'm not sure if it's hers or one of Lex's. There are press clippings from The Torch. One of them, Lana finds, shows her picture; the headline reads, "Local girl survives tornado." The article is tiny. Lana hears somebody coming. She shoves the big book back on the shelf. She goes to stand by the fire downstairs. Lex walks into the room. They have the same conversation as before about how she slept like a baby and now Lex thinks they should just elope. Lana makes the same lame joke about the game hens. She tells Lex that she needs to meet up with Chloe, and that she'll meet Lex at the church. They kiss. This time, as Lana walks off, we see a dark and determined look on her face.
Lana is her room staring at one of their wedding invitations. She's crying. There's a knock at her open door. "Aunt Nell!" Lana says in surprise. Wow, now I'm surprised. Nasty Nell! In the flesh! How bitter must she be that they waited this long to bring her back? Nell hugs Lana and says that she's been looking forward to this day. Yeah, no fucking kidding. They've got syndication and DVD money now! Residuals! Nell's wearing a strange white peasant top. Don't you have a wedding to dress for, Aunty? Nell says that she's so proud of Lana. For becoming...what, exactly? Nell says she wouldn't miss this day for anything. Not for recasting or pilot season or a guest spot on House or...all right, maybe a guest spot on House. Nell tells Lana that this may be the most important day of her life. Lana, looking conflicted, says that it's just... She sits down with a sigh, and blah blahs about having something in your life that you can't get past, even if you're tried every way to be fair and honest about whether it's all right to bend the rules just once. Just once, Lana? Nell asks what would put her doubts to rest. "The truth," Lana replies. Oh, here we go. Geez. Nell warns Lana that she can't go to that altar with anything unresolved. Nell says that we do what we have to do to protect ourselves. Where were you with that advice over the last five seasons?