Kent Farm, presumably the next day. The windmill is a-spinnin', and Bo Duke is climbing down from where he just made some repairs. I thought windmills were pretty self-sustaining. Do they require lubrication? Batteries? A kick start? Bo is asking Clark whether he knows what happened to Li'l Flash. Clark says he stayed with Lex until the police arrived, and by then the kid could have been halfway around the world. Bo tells that Clark maybe it's for the best; some people can't change. Clark says that Li'l Flash is a good kid. Bo says that embracing your abilities and flaunting them are two different things. Clark says that sometimes he wishes he were more like Bart. You know, writing on the chalkboard at the beginning of every episode, telling people (especially Lex) to eat his shorts. Clark says that hiding his abilities is making him feel like two separate people. Bo tells Clark that he'd be surprised by how many "normal" people feel that way. Like the Mad Cow Fucker What Fucks Cows at Night. We'll never know what that guy is or why he keeps attacking the Kent Farm. It's almost as if...he's already intimately familiar with these particular cows. Bo says that everybody has secrets; Clark's are just bigger than most. Bo asks if Clark wants to take the truck to check in on Lex. "Naw...I kinda want to stretch my legs," Clark says. Clark flash-runs away.
Just then, a car pulls up. It's MamaKent in her sensible sedan. MamaKent, in a very nice jacket and skirt, tells Bo Duke that one of the advantages to being the boss is that she can take time off whenever she wants. She promoted one of her workers to assistant manager and let her take over. Man, I wish that were true about taking time off. ["Yeah, me too." -- Wing Chun] MamaKent says that she can even take a while off to spend time with a ruggedly handsome farmer. Bo says she's lucky, because there's one sweating in her driveway right now. Sweating? Dude! Way to ruin your chances of scoring. MamaKent looks past this sexual gaffe and says that maybe they should get a bucket of soap and the hose. Dirty! Bo holds MamaKent's head in her hands and tells her he's really missed her. Bo and MamaKent kiss. The camera lingers and sweet music plays as MamaKent finally looks like she's not so stressed out anymore.
Caves of Contrivance. Lana and Jason are exploring. Jason calls the caves "amazing." Four stars! Better than Cats! Lana says that when Clark first found them (bringing up an ex-boyfriend! Bad!), she didn't know why he was obsessed with them. She says she always thought Clark was keeping secrets from her because he was afraid of her reaction. Lana says she doesn't want to live like that. Jason tells her she doesn't have to be afraid. Lana tells Jason what happened when he left her alone at the museum in Paris. He asks how it's possible that the marks on the cave walls are the same as those from the Countess. Lana says she doesn't know. She doesn't remember anything that happened until she woke up the next day. She shows him the tattoo again and says she woke up with that, too. Jason stares at the tattoo. He asks for clarification one more time: he doesn't really believe it. "That's why you left Paris," he surmises. Lana says she had to come back and find out why she's missing twelve hours of her life. She says that all she found are more questions. Like, "Why am I still on this show?" Lana points to a symbol behind Jason. It's on the wall, the same as on her back. He flashes a light on it. He asks what it means. Lana doesn't know: "Jason, I don't know what's happening to me." Jason comforts Lana and says they'll figure it out together. They hug. Jason keeps watching the cave wall as if it's going to strike at them.