Back to the recap: Clark zips the assassin over to his family's farm in Smallville. Clark demands to know why she's after him. "Because you betrayed us," she says. She goes to smack him, but he grabs her hand. He stops when he sees that she's wearing Jonathan Kent's Swiss Army watch. He rips it off her wrist and shoves her away. Clark pulls another watch out of his pocket (I thought he'd left behind everything he cared about? I guess he's still gotta tell time.) and compares the two. They're identical, except the one from the assassin has a broken crystal and the date is set one year in the future. He wants to know how she got it. "You gave it to me," she says. Her funky blue eyes fill with hate. She tosses a small parcel between them and out rolls a chunk of blue kryptonite. She says they're from the same planet and calls him Kal-El. They're both powerless now, but she has a sword. She says she has to defeat him before he destroys "our world." Krypton? Too late. Earth? Eh, it's kind of halfway there on its own. With a battle cry, she leaps at him. She goes at him with her sword, he fights back with farm implements. He kicks her in the face and, despite having no super powers, manages to send her hurtling end over end through the air. She frisbees a saw blade at him, cutting his cheek. She lunges at him with the sword, but cuts the chain that was holding some kind of heavy-looking machinery, which then knocks her through a nearby wall and onto her own sword. Clark goes to her. She touches his cheek and says, "I'm so sorry," just as she dies.
Back at the cage fight warehouse, Lois is tending to Ollie's wounds. The other fighters have left. Ollie and Lois have some banter about what a mess he is, and how she sounds like his other ex-girlfriends, except he can't get her back into his bed. How many love interests does Lois need in a single episode? Lois tries to give him a hero's pep talk, but Ollie's not having it. "I'm nothing but a shallow playboy." She asks why, then, is he the Green Arrow, but he plays it off as a distraction, just like she once was. She responds by rather being rough with one of his wounds. It's mostly playful, but in the end she decides she doesn't need him. She stands in front of the S symbol and says she's already found her real hero. Oliver's manhood shrinks. If you put your ear near his crotch, you can hear it whimper.