Barn time. Clark is working on his essay again as Lana walks up. He just finished. She asks where he'll be in five years. "In college, studying journalism," he says. Lana says he's kidding. Clark tells her not to tell Chloe, but that it's growing on him. He says he likes to find the truth behind things. He must like graft, too. He says he's tired of having secrets in his life. Uh huh. Lana asks, "Personally?" Clark says he's going to find a way to have a relationship with his grandfather. I think she meant to ask whethher he was personally going to continue to keep secrets. He asks whether everything is okay with her. She says she read Lex's file. Lana says she found out that her parents filed for divorce in 1985, over irreconcilable differences. She says they were legally separated for over a year before they go back together. "So the guy in the picture with your mother..." Clark says. Lana says he could be more than a friend. And that Lana was born right after her parents got back together. "My father could still be alive," she says, as the strummy alt-crap music gets louder. Whoa. Now that's a better Clark/Lana ending than we've seen recently. The camera pans back through the barn window as Clark and Lana stand there awkwardly. The camera pans up and settles on the sky with a full moon hanging high.
The WB wishes you would buy at least one album. Come on, people! You know you love Our Lady Peace! Won't somebody please buy something? Don't make us play Five for Fighting again!
Next week: Baby Clark and Little Lex. How sweet!