Nice flying shot over The Daily Planet. Inside, Chloe is wearing another alarmingly tight top to work. Clark shows up and tells her about the Moleman's escape. Chloe says that make sense, because she's discovered that he's "100% certified meteor freak." Nice. She says she found a story saying that their Moleman was buried underneath a mountain of Krytponite. How did Clark not hear about that when it happened? "That's why he went missing for three days," says Clark. Oh, this is just too hilarious. Clark never though to ask his neighbor about that? And never heard about the startling resolution to his disappearance? This show is so dumb sometimes. Or maybe it's just Clark. Chloe says that burrowing must help the farm: in the last year and a half, Moleman's farm has tripled productivity. Slave labor helps, too. Chloe has also figured out that the guy was his own border patrol, killing off workers so that they wouldn't tell the authorities. Clark can't believe that the guy who used to fish with his dad is now a murderer. Chloe says that Kryptonite can easily turn someone into a serial killer. Chloe suddenly picks up something on her police scanner. It's about a Hispanic person, about eighteen years old. It's in Granville. Chloe starts to talk, but Clark whooshes out before she can finish her thought. That's really got to be annoying for her. Why would her police scanner pick up Granville, but not be full of stuff happening in Metropolis that would drown it out? Best not to think about it.
Granville. A man is pulling Javier out of the cargo area of a bus that was headed for Granville. Javier, his shirt still unbuttoned, says that he was trying to get to his mom. Clark whooshes in to help, saying, "Leave him alone." The bus guy tells Clark to mind his own business. "He is my business," says Clark. He's getting into the immigrant-smuggling game? A sheriff's department car drives up, siren blaring. Clark whooshes out of the scene, taking Javier with him. The man from the bus company looks around: "What the...?"
Clark puts Javier down after having carried him to his truck, parked far away. Javier asks how he did that. Clark asks him to promise that he won't tell anyone else about his powers. Shouldn't you have asked him that before you showed him what you can do? Javier says not to worry, and that he's become an expert at keeping secrets. Sure, kid. Just learn some Spanish, all right? Clark smiles and tells Javier to get into the truck. They get into the vehicle, which somehow warrants a dramatic closing sound as we go to commercials.