She says her lawyers know where she is; if he kills her, they'll know who did it. And you know how much lawyers like taking down rich guys with billions of dollars. Well hi and how are you to you, too, Patty. Papa asks if the papers she brought are the evidence. "My father taught me to keep my word," she says. Papa reaches for her briefcase, but she says she wants to see Clark first. Papa raises his arm and gestures toward the cage. Patricia is not thrilled about that. "You put him in a cage?!" she asks. To be fair, Papa Luthor thought Clark might be able to mate with a panda. Let's just say the panda wasn't having it. Papa says he's fulfilled his part of the agreement and expects her to do the same. "Not yet," Patricia says. She sees Clark struggling. "I want to meet him face-to-face," she says. She wants to verify he's The Traveler. He should be carrying a towel and his uncle should have been called Traveling Matt. She says if it's really him, Papa should say his goodbyes because he's leaving with her right now. She lets down her guard, making it easier for Patton Oswalt to clomp her on the back and knock her down. Papa grabs the satchel. He tells Patton to stick Patricia on a plane back to Europe (and not kill her?) and to get Clark back to his home. He says he'll take it from there. Patton's not too keen on that plan. In fact, he quite disagrees with that. He pulls a gun on Papa Luthor. "That monster's not going anywhere," Patton says. He gives a little speech about how being rich makes people stupid. He says Clark is dangerous and could kill somebody. He thinks Clark might even be a threat to national security. He tells Papa that Lex never put the safety of a meteor freak above the safety of the world. "He knew when to terminate a project," Patton says. "You. You're not your son. And I'm gonna terminate it for you," he goes on. Papa looks toward a monitor where Clark is doing The Writhe. Papa explains that Clark isn't a threat. Patton asks if Papa thinks he's just going to let Papa and "The Swann Princess" let Clark go free. "He must be terminated," Patton says. Papa says that Clark is a human being and he'd be committing murder. Patton doesn't like that. He cracks Papa in the face, knocking him down. "It's not human," he says. It puts the lotion in the basket! He puts the gun down to raise the lever and give Clark some serious Kryptonite dosages. So green! The meter heads toward 100 percent. Clark has to find new ways to express pain. He closes his eyes. Just as he's about to die, the metal doors burst open. Kara stands there, wearing her red top and ridiculous blue half-jacket. "Clark!" she says. Clark sees her and reaches out his hand. Fashion... no-no! She eyejaculates at the control panel near the cage, making the console explode. The she zips to the cage and lifts it from the side. She flips the cage up, making it fly toward the upstairs control center. Patton runs away as it comes crashing. He falls on the ground, seemingly unconscious. Kara goes to Clark. "It's nice having you back," he tells her. Kara asks how she could have forgotten about Clark. Well, you kinda sorta did, Cuz. Smiles all around. We zoom up to the hole in the wall where the control center used to be. Patton emerges with his Taser gun. He aims it at Clark. Clark and Kara both turn. Someone hits Patton with a pipe. Patton falls and lands on some glass and steel. A giant spike protrudes from his chest where he landed. The camera pans up to show Papa Luthor standing there, holding a pipe. Pipe down, Patton! Clark stands to see him. Papa is pretty bloodied up, too. Intensity!
Episode Report CardOmar G: A- | 664 USERS: C+
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