Torch office. Lana comes in as Chloe's at her computer. Lana says her hard drive just crashed for the fiftieth time (sure it's your hard drive?), and asks to use Chloe's computer for her genealogy assignment. Chloe asks if she's a Small or a Lang. Lana says she's committed to her mom's side of the family. Chloe gives Lana control of the bridge. Lana thanks Chloe and gets to work. She pulls up her email box, downloads her assignment (she has emails from Clark [subject line: "Hey"], Chloe, somebody named Megan Ponn, Pete ["Hi Lana!"], and Henry Small), and then goes to a Downloads folder. In that same folder, along with "Art Project," "Basics," "Clark's Project," and other stuff (including one I can't figure out called "Bloodwork files") is a file called "C.K." It's a new fragrance for a man or a woman. Lana hesitates with her mouse over the file; then, with a mischievous look in her eye, she double-clicks. It's four photos of Clark and Chloe from the spring formal. Chloe looks happy. She doesn't sound happy, though. We hear her from the doorway ask Lana if her personal life is more interesting than that assignment. Lana blubbers and Chloe accuses her of snooping around. Chloe's totally right here, but then she's doing the town snooping 90% of the time. Lana has no answer. She stands up, frowns, and apologizes in her best stage whisper. Chloe tells her not to look at her "like that." Lana asks for clarification. "Like I'm some lovesick loser who's trying to hang on to something she never had," Chloe adds. Lana suggests that Chloe tell Clark how she feels. Chloe says it's not about that; it's about how Lana violated Chloe's privacy. She tells Lana that the office and everything in it is off-limits now. Lana walks past Chloe to get out. Chloe tells Lana that she did tell Clark how she felt while he was sick. (Oh blessed thee, continuity. To you I pray.) Chloe says that she poured her heart out and that Clark, in his delirium, only called out Lana's name. Lana looks like she's aged a bit this week. And I'm not saying that's a bad thing. Chloe closes the door, and we see that weird cartoon crow mascot wearing the "S" shield.
Kent Farm. Clark is piling bales of hay on the back of the red truck. Bo comes out of the barn and notes that Clark is up early. "Don't worry, Dad, I woke up in my own bed this morning." So many jokes! The humor pipe is logjammed! The top five that got through: