Full moon over Metropolis. Looks like the perfect setting for Clark to stand moodily on a rooftop. And there he is! He looks out over the city. Chloe joins him. She says she's been trying to track him down for three weeks, but Lois shows up for one day and he's "predictable as clockwork." Don't go down this annoying road, show. Clark says it wasn't that he didn't want to see her. Leaving behind everyone wasn't what wanted, either. Chloe understands: "It's not about what we want, Clark, but what about the rest of the world needs." Then she goes into a slightly embarrassing speech about how lucky she was to be part of Clark's life for a while and how they knew he'd have to move on. Clark says he's started training with Jor-El, and now his old life seems far away. Chloe nods sadly and tells him he can't look back. He says he can't have any attachments that might influence his choices. Chloe asks what that has to do with Lois. She looks hurt, although she's trying to keep her tone light. Seriously, show. I don't want to see 22 episodes of Chloe with the brokenhearted eyes. Clark says it's not like that and he just wants to say goodbye to Lois. Chloe shows him the Legion ring and tells him Lois "hitchhiked to the future." Clark is worried. Chloe says Lois doesn't remember anything, but that when she came back, she was followed by someone who's trying to kill her.
Over to someone who's trying to get killed on purpose: A shirtless and magnificently gleaming Oliver is in the middle of a cage fight. The assembled crowd of miscreants cheers. Ollie's opponents knock him facedown into what I hope is a puddle of water. As he starts to get back, a pair of female legs walks into view. The camera pans up to reveal what looks for a second like Lana, but it's actually Lois. Why do I keep expecting Lana to show up? She's got on lace stockings, boots, a miniskirt and sleeveless top, along with the eight pounds of makeup I mentioned earlier. She holds up a sign that says "Round 3" and parades around the cage. He greets her and she notices he's drunk. Where's he been? Didn't he get her messages? He says his phone's been "kinda MIA" for a while. See, Emil? Lois parades around with the sign some more in case some of the fighters have learning disabilities and need five minutes to read two words. One of which is a number. Also, ew! Oliver's barefooted in all that dank water and/or urine and/or vomit and/or blood! Lois says she had to come up with the disguise to get into the fight. She's come to find him because she needs a hero. She sums up her part of the episode so far. Oliver asks her to repeat herself, but just then the wall explodes. Lois's ninja assassin walks in. Her eyes glow with fire. Oliver grabs Lois and hits the ground, even though they're right out in the open and aren't making themselves any harder targets. Luckily, Clark walks in behind the assassin. She says, without turning to look at him, that she was after him, not Lois. Clark zips over, grabs her, and zips away. Also, I guess he managed to flame an S into a piece of banner or something while no one was looking. Lois looks up from the filthy, filthy floor and sees the symbol still burning.