Chloe walks into the Torch offices late at night and finds Pete asleep on the couch. He wakes up and asks what she's doing there, and she asks him the same question. Why is Pete wearing his jeans, but no shirt? Interesting sleeping choice. Chloe sits down and says that when her parents split up, she hid in the garage. Pete doesn't respond. Chloe says that she got a call from Pete's mom, looking for him. Pete says, "Mystery solved." Chloe realizes that Pete didn't tell her about his mom's job offer because it wasn't a good thing. Pete says sadly that he thought his mom would turn down the job immediately, but that it doesn't look like that will happen. Chloe says that she knows from experience how difficult your parents' divorce can be, and asks if there is any chance that Pete's parents might work things out. Pete says that his dad is helping his mom move, so things must be bad between them, and it seems like an excuse for his mom to leave. Pete concludes, "It just feels like it's somebody else's life and not mine." Chloe gets tears in her eyes, and gives Pete a hug.
Clark reads some more of the prophecy book in his loft. Lex shows up and says he's been thinking about the prophecy, and has a new interpretation. Clark is all ears and hands over the book. Lex recaps the facts about Naman, which Clark claims is "just an allegory." Lex says that a man like Naman would be "a formidable enemy" who could "conquer the world" and "could become a tyrant if nobody kept him in check." Clark's like, "And?" Lex continues, "So I've been thinking: anybody who'd be willing to fight him would have to be pretty brave. Clark. Did it ever occur to you that maybe the hero of the story [dramatic pause] is Zigit?" Ooh. Deep. Over the credits, there is a quick snippet of the Superman theme.