Clark says, "Come on." He says Oliver shouldn't be alone on Thanksgiving. He says the bird is waiting. By which he means Lois, the squawking one. Oliver says he appreciates the offer, but Lois will be there and he doesn't think she'll want to see him. Clark says that now that Oliver is back on track, he's sure Lois will. Oliver asks what happened to all the lectures about secret identities being incompatible with relationships. Clark sighs. He says that he and Oliver are different. "And Lois isn't Lana," Clark says. And I can't figure out which one is worse. Clark says that if they're meant to be together, he won't stand in their way. How big of you, Clark.
The Talon apartment. Chloe is putting some crinkly brown flowers into a table centerpiece. It's festive in a dead leaf sort of way. There's a knock at the door. Chloe answers it. It's Lana wearing a heavy white coat with black flaps. Chloe asks if she's feeling any better. Chloe pulls out a folder and says that she did some "due diligence" on the halfway house for Lana. Lana interrupts to say she's not there to talk about the halfway house. A simple "thanks" for having Chloe doing your research for you would suffice, Lana. Chloe's confused. She says there are some things Lana should know about Lex. Lana says that she doesn't want to hear anything more about Lex. "I can't," Lana says. Chloe asks what's going on. Lana looks town. Her lip trembles (the bottom one). "Chloe. I'm pregnant," Lana says. Next, on a very special Smallville: when young people have sex on TV one time, it always leads to pregnancy. Always! Especially when it's super-special evil seed from the gonads of Lex Luthor. I predict the name of the baby will be "Lollipop" and the child will be spear bald. That's gonna be one fun childhood. Chloe is about to say something but instead she hugs Lana. They stand in the apartment, hugging. Lana cries.