We cut to a mean-looking truck with an intense front grill barreling down the street. The driver -- who's wearing the third flannel shirt in the city -- is falling asleep at the wheel. He suddenly jerks in the driver's seat and swerves. The truck careens toward the curb. Cut to someone in jeans and red-striped sneakers flashing into the scene. We see Li'l Flash in the driver's side-view mirror as a bunch of PVC pipes fall off the back of the truck's trailer. The camera does a quick zoom to Bo's face, then another quick zoom in the middle of the street to Li'l Flash, who's wearing a rakish smile. Then we go behind and over Li'l Flash's shoulder as everything goes slow-motion Bullet Time. The camera whips past the truck and toward the skateboarder, who's in the middle of performing a kick-flip. He's wearing a helmet, too. Wuss! As everything else seems still, we see Clark turn around. He gets in motion and runs toward Bo. Li'l Flash and Clark both run toward Bo, but Li'l Flash gets there first, pulling Bo away from the magazine stand and out of the way of the truck. The truck crashes into the stand as things return to normal speed. Clark comes over to help Bo up on the street. He asks if Bo is all right. Bo, breathing hard, looks around. He says that MamaKent would be visiting him in the hospital again if Clark hadn't pulled him out of the way. Li'l Flash is my savoir! Clark says intensely that it wasn't him who saved Bo. "I saw someone who can move like I can," Clark says. Charo? Clark says, "I couldn't believe it. He saved you." And, cue the opening credits. "Somebody saaaaaaved Bo! And it wasn't Clark!" Wait, too soon. Bo reaches to his ass and notices that his wallet is missing. The camera pulls back a bit. Now cue the music.
We return to the Kent Barn, daytime. There are some leaves on the barn room, and a few are landing in the storm gutters. Dammit, Bo, ever since you had a heart attack, you're letting the farm go to pot! Clark and Bo drive up in the red family truck. MamaKent is surprised to see them. Bo tells her that somebody stole his wallet and their game tickets. MamaKent freaks out, asking if somebody pulled a gun on them. Bo says that the kid only had a very fast pair of sneakers. I knew it was the shoes! Bo says he's going to call the credit-card company to report it stolen. I guess Clark doesn't have a cell phone anymore. Clark says that the kid moves as fast as Clark does; he wants to find out who it is. Clark says he'll talk to Chloe; she can find out where Bo's card has been used. So now Chloe can hack into credit-card databases? Clark tells Bo to wait until the end of the day and then he can make his call. Yeah, what do the banks know about credit-card fraud, Bo? Let Chloe handle it! Bo tells Clark to be careful because they don't know who the kid is. "That's why I have to find out who he is," Clark says. Didn't Bo just say that? Wait -- you guys should find out who this kid is. Because, apparently, you don't know. We should totally find out, though. He could be anyone! Maybe me!