The shore of Crater Lake. Clark -- soaking wet but fully dressed -- is carrying Dreamy out of the water. He faced down the monster underwater? Nice that we didn't see that. He puts her down, and she says she's fine, but that someone else is in trouble. "Lana," she whimpers. Behind Clark, The Traveler appears. And he brought a bunch of CGI storm clouds with him. He floats on the water. This is like a low-level Magic: The Gathering card. O yay, and The Traveler did appear, and the Smallville fans did get bored, wondering, "O Lord, why hast thou forsaken us? What, O Lord, is on NBC tonight? O what a tattered red robe you do carry, The Traveler. How did you pay for it? Did you use Traveler's Checks?" Close-up on the non-face of The Traveler. He says that he warned Dreamy, and that this is a fight she won't win. Clark isn't afraid, because it's not really scary. He says they have to save Lana. Dreamy whines that The Traveler's too strong; you can't stop him. Yeah, I think Clark can take on a velvet sack. Clark goes at the monster. The monster picks Clark up and chokes him. Clark asks for a little help. He gets tossed thirty feet onto a wooden table. Clark yells inspirational messages as The Traveler approaches Dreamy. Clark yells for her to fight. Her twisted expressions of fear turn into anger. She develops Girl Power while The Traveler spouts bad villain dialogue the likes of which haven't been heard since the last Vancouver Renaissance Fair. As Dreamy's anger grows, the clouds fade. The Traveler begins to lose his power. Clark -- who apparently now does have power -- uses his eyejaculation to blow up The Traveler. Well, that was easy.
Clark wakes up, gasping. MamaKent goes, "Clark!" He tells her Lana's in trouble. Yeah, they just let her wander off after the accident to get her dumb ass in trouble. Clark superspeeds next door (sans truck) and finds Dreamy in bed. Lana's cell and purse are lying on the floor.
Lana's in the driver's seat of her SUV. Multi-Show Creep is pouring gasoline around it. Dumbest killing scene ever. He lights a Zippo and tosses the lighter at the gasoline trail. Oh, sure, the police definitely won't find that. You're a criminal mastermind.
Clark looks out the window of the House of Comas and somehow manages to do a zoom version of x-ray vision and sees what's going on with Lana and the Multi-Show Creep.
The lighter is thrown in slow-motion. Clark superspeeds through the scene and catches it. "Looking for this?" Clark asks. He's standing behind Multi-Show holding the lighter, the flame still going. Clark grabs him and tosses him against a tree. Villain fall down, go bye bye. A close-up of the St. Christopher medallion. Yeah. I get it.