Kent Farm. We hear Bo and MamaKent yelling. They run outside and there's shit flying everywhere. It's a shit storm! MamaKent is carrying a thick blanket. They stop as Bo notices that the storm cellar door is open. I supposed that's better than finding out your barn door's open, because that's just embarrassing.
Inside the cellar, Nixon is fingering the octagonal hole. He pulls out the missing fragment from his pocket. It begins to vibrate and shake in his hand. The piece flies around the ship, hovers above the hole, turns a few times like a combination lock, and then settles into place in the octagon hole. Nixon is about to leave, it seems, when Bo and MamaKent come down the stairs. Nixon turns his camera toward Bo, asking questions. "Who the hell are you?" Bo yells. He the hell is Nixon and he's trying to introduce himself. Bo throws Nixon against a wood beam and says he's the one who threatened Clark. MamaKent yells at Bo not to hurt Nixon. She must want to do it herself. Bo asks if Nixon blew up the truck. "I knew it wouldn't hurt him," Nixon says, suddenly part man, part weasel. "Who sent you?" Bo yells as he slams Nixon into another beam. "Was it Lex Luthor?" MamaKent is still yelling, trying to get Bo to calm down and spout a platitude or something. Nixon says he doesn't need Lex Luthor, and that he's going to tell the entire world about their son. It will be celebrated in story and song, as they say. Bo punches Nixon in the nose. Hell yeah! The time for platitudes is OVER! "Nooo!" MamaKent shrieks as if she's Mother Sister toward the end of Do the Right Thing. Bo is trying to get Nixon to get up so he can administer a second can of Whupass. MamaKent turns her head, seeing something. She tells Bo to look. The spaceship turns and lifts up, hovering about a foot off the ground. Instead of taping it, Nixon scurries up the stairs -- to his death, I'm going to go out on a limb and predict. Bo tries to go after Nixon, but MamaKent stops him. "I will not let him destroy this family!" Bo bellows. MamaKent yells after him, but Bo goes. Behind MamaKent the spaceship has lit up. It's...it's...beautiful! It's the male model fashion boy of spaceships. The ship does some funky CGI where the light stops, and then some metal strips over what looks like the cockpit separate and it doesn't seem to be doing anything except showing off. MamaKent is bathed in lots of light.