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Back at the Clock Tower. Fishnet is still walking around, looking triumphant, as Oliver and Lois sit back-to-back, each tied to a chair. Oliver says Lois's name, but she tells him not to even think about looking at her right now. Which is good, because he really can't. Lois asks, in the most annoying, convoluted way possible, why Oliver never thought to tell her that he was Green Arrow. Oliver jokes that he doesn't usually bring a compound bow on his nightly vigilante rounds. Lois can't believe he didn't tell her. "Hard to imagine why when you're taking it so well," Oliver snarks. Lois won't shut up. This will have consequences soon. Lois remembers that she kissed Green Arrow while Oliver was standing with her in the alley last year. Oliver says he remembers that detail precisely. Lois is mad that he arranged for all of that to happen. Fishnet kicks Lois across the face to shut her up, and I cheer loudly. "Ugh, how do you put up with that?" Fishnet asks Oliver. Two things; chest level. Oliver asks what Fishnet wants, and says he hopes they just started off on the wrong foot. Fishnet says that he can save the charm for his squawking parrot. (By which she means Lois.) Oliver offers to pay Fishnet. She thinks he doesn't understand justice, and asks what goes through the mind of a terrorist when he sets off a bomb in a factory. Oliver says that he and his crew have never hurt a single person, and that the factories aren't making "Christmas toys for girls and boys." Oliver bellows that he's the good guy. "Isn't everybody?" asks Fishnet, after a moment's hesitation. She calls Lex on her cell phone and tells him that if he wants "[his] boy," he needs to initiate a wire transfer. His boy? Oh my. Oliver, using a tiny sharp knife, stealthily starts to work at his binding ropes.
Daily Planet. Chloe stands by the copy machine. As Clark walks in, Chloe says that she's waving the white flag. Clark apologizes for being so hard on her for the Oliver thing. Chloe says that they could all breathe easier if they could find "Blonde Ambition." Chloe says that she has no leads. "Lana might," says Clark. "Twist," Chloe responds. Lame twist. Clark says that Lana's been able to keep track of Lex's projects by piggybacking on the Luthor mansion server. Chloe rolls her eyes like she was being stupid for not thinking of that herself. Oy. Making Lana smarter than Chloe is just wrong on so many levels. Chloe figures out that Fishnet must have known what was happening because she was also on the Daily Planet server. Clark asks whether Chloe can figure out how to find the people logged on the server the night before. Chloe disses herself for dropping the ball as the go-to girl, and gives Lana praise as the new-and-improved model. Such blasphemy. Blasphemy, I say! Clark says that Lana did come through, but that he's not about to let Oliver poach "the best sidekick in town." Chloe smiles at that. She looks up the paper's logs and finds that Dinah Lance was the only person in the system the night before. A paper with resources and correspondents all over the world with only one person logged into the entire network? I call bullshit. Again. Clark doesn't see the connection. Chloe asks why Dinah's being brunette makes a difference. She says that the villain could be as blonde as Chloe really is. So Chloe admits to dyeing? Interesting. Chloe magically Photoshops a blonde wig on Dinah. "Canary yellow," says Chloe. "Maybe we should call her the Yellow Raven." Clark thinks that "Black Canary" has a better ring to it. Chloe thinks that the secret identity makes sense because Dinah has a hardline view of crime and comes from a family of cops. Chloe starts tapping away, hacking into Dinah's computer. She finds a bank transfer from the Bank of Metropolis happening at that moment. Why would Dinah be doing all this stuff through her work computer? Clark asks whether Chloe can interrupt the transfer. She does, giving Clark a playful look.