Papa Luthor is at another part of the university, trying to convince Willowbrook to talk to Jeremiah. Luthor points out that Willowbrook is Jeremiah's academic advisor and "spiritual counselor," so Willowbrook can just explain that Jeremiah doesn't own the knife. Willowbrook points out that it doesn't belong to Papa Luthor either. Papa Luthor brings up money, and the possible funding of Willowbrook's research. Willowbrook thinks Papa Luthor is being silly, but Papa Luthor says that he's long suspected that there are "special people" capable of the things they saw with Jeremiah. Willowbrook says that the blade will crumble if Ziget touches it. Papa Luthor gets the crazy eyes, and asks Ziget's identity. Willowbrook says that he's "a bearer of darkness." Their conversation is interrupted when Willowbrook spots Clark walking toward them. Papa Luthor greets Clark and calls it a "coincidence" that they are both there, and then hightails it towards his limo. Clark asks Willowbrook what Luthor wanted, and Willowbrook says he wanted the same things Clark did, but he calls him "Naman" again, and Clark gets all pissed off. Willowbrook says, "One who denies his destiny can bring about as much pain and suffering as his greatest enemy." He's like Confucius! Clark says he's just there to help, and to prevent Jeremiah from hurting anyone. Clark shows Willowbrook a sketch of the symbol that Jeremiah painted on his blinds. Willowbrook looks worried and says that it's "the Slumbering Place." My bedroom? That doesn't look like my bedroom at all. Where's the television? And the sleeping cats? Oh, no. It's the spot where the Kiwatche used to perform death rituals. Clark asks if it still exists, and Willowbrook just stares at him. Well? Does it?
Cut to Jeremiah, doing Tai Chi on the set of Survivor Smallville. He's standing on a rock platform, with a bunch of torches lit around him. And he's still holding the knife, of course. Clark and Willowbrook arrive. Willowbrook calls out to Jeremiah, who says that Jeremiah doesn't exist anymore, and that the power of the knife has made things very clear. Willowbrook says that Jeremiah is just supposed to hold the knife for Naman, and Clark is Naman. Jeremiah protests that Clark isn't even Kiwatche, and Clark says that the knife's powers are dangerous. Jeremiah says that he's really strong, and that he can shoot fire from his eyes, so he must be Naman! Willowbrook warns that Jeremiah is misinterpreting the prophecy. Did you ever think that sometimes prophets are like hack fortunetellers, who just make really general statements and then hope that, someday, it applies to something? I'm a prophet! I foresee that at some point in the future, there will be a great man who will capture the world's attention! Am I talking about a political leader or the guy who will win the luge competition at the next Winter Olympics? Who knows? Anyway, Jeremiah thinks Willowbrook is just jealous. Clark urges Jeremiah to put down the blade. Jeremiah says he plans to bring Ziget to the Slumbering Place and kill him. Clark says that they don't even know who Ziget is, so he might kill an innocent person. Jeremiah says that Ziget is far from innocent, and turns his back, raising the knife up in the air. Clark has an eyegasm and heats up the knife's blade. Jeremiah turns, smirking, and grabs the heated blade with his hand, but suffers no ill effects. He warns Clark to stay out of his way, and then blows up Willowbrook's SUV with his own eyegasm. Boy, he really loves the environment to go to such great lengths to rid the world of gas-guzzlers.