The Wild Coyote. From the outside, it looks a lot like a place in Austin called The Broken Spok. As they drive up in Pete's candy-red mobile, Pete says he knows this place. He says his brother used to come there in high school and that they never checked IDs. Clark asks how they got away with that. "Good luck. Connections," Pete says. Clark supposes that if somebody drugged his dad, it would have been there.
Clark and Pete walk inside, and a guy in a supremely gay denim shirt (rose accents on the shoulders? My goodness. It's one of those cowboy bars) watches them come in from the daylight outside. He lets them know he doesn't serve minors. But Clark is at least twenty-six! Clark says he wants to ask some questions. He says he's Bo Duke's son. The bartender, a chunkified dude, says he's sorry about Bo Duke. Clark asks if the bartender remembers Bo talking to anyone at the bar that night. Bartender says that Bo was talking to everyone and blowing off steam. He says it sounded like Bo had a run-in with Papa Luthor. Clark says that Bo bought a bottle of tequila from him. Doughy Bartender says he wishes now he hadn't done that. Where else is he gonna get tequila in the middle of Kansas? He says that the cops want him to testify and that he could lose his liquor license. Clark says he's never seen his dad drink more than one or two beers. What about "Nicodemus"? Clark asks if the bartender is sure nobody put something in Bo's drink. Bartender says nobody put anything in Bo's drink, the way he was knocking them back. Bartender says he's sure Clark doesn't want to hear this, but that his dad says he was going to "take care" of Papa Luthor once and for all. And not in the comforting sense. Clark says his dad wouldn't say that. The bartender says he's known Bo since high school and that there's no doubt he did it, given Bo's temper. Clark loses his own and picks up the bartender, shoving him against some crashing glasses. "You're just as bad as your old man!" the doughy guy yells. Pete comes over and tells Clark to "let him go, man." Pete tells Clark to "be cool." Right. They leave.
In the car. Clark thinks the bartender's lying. He thinks the guy spiked Bo's drink. You think he raised the Roofie? Pete gets pissy at Clark for once. He says he's down with Clark, but putting a bartender through the spin cycle isn't the most intelligent thing to do right now. Clark says he's sorry. Suddenly, an eighteen-wheeler is approaching on the road. It's in their lane. Clark tells Pete to look out. They swerve. The truck goes off the road and flies! We get an under-the-car view in slow motion of the car sailing through the air. It's the General Lee! The car lands with a hard crash onto dirt. Clark and Pete are seatbelted, so there's no harm done. The rig stops in the middle of the road. A guy in fatigues and a black ski mask gets out of the eighteen-wheeler and aims a sniper rifle at the car. We follow the bullet in CGI-motion. It strikes the fuel tank and the car explodes. In quick motion, Clark kicks out the door, grabs Pete, leads him out, and dry-humps on top of him. There's fire all around them. Clark doesn't completely cover Pete, so wouldn't he at least get a tiny burn? Wouldn't their clothes be incinerated? The car is quickly substituted for an old, wrecked car in the next shot. Pete and Clark get up, unharmed. Pete states the obvious: He says that Clark must have ticked somebody off. Commercials