Daily Planet, daytime. Once again, Lana is allowed to walk around the newsroom with no visitor's badge and apparently can use the computers to do research on LX Labs. Wouldn't the Daily Planet, where Lex is monitoring the servers, be the absolute worst place to do research on something evil that Lex is doing? A Starbucks across the street would be more secure. Lana found evidence that LX is building experimental Tasers for the military. Don't Tase me, Sarge! Chloe, rocking a Dell computer, says she found an abandoned warehouse outside the city where Clark may be held. Chloe shows Lana some of the work orders. Lana reads that there's reinforced concrete, Plexiglas and a ton of refined meteor rock involved. Lana thinks Lex has built another 33.1. "Wrong Luthor," Chloe says. Chloe says all the records show that Papa Luthor signed off on all of this. I refuse to believe he'd be so sloppy as to allow electronic records with his name all over them to exist somewhere that Chloe or Lana could get to them. He's not that stupid. I want to believe. Lana can see that construction of the holding pen started around the time that Papa Luthor found out about Clark's secret. Chloe says the utilities just turned the juice on the building two days before. Lana says that Papa Luthor has been planning this kidnapping for months and that the place is built like Fort Knox. "We need Kara," Chloe says. Lana says she doesn't have her powers back yet. Chloe thinks they can "Polar Express" her to the Fortress themselves. Chloe says she can get Kara there if they can get her out of the mansion. Chloe thinks the security has probably quadrupled since Kara moved in. Eh, not so much. This is Luthor Manor we're talking about. Four times zero is still zero. Lana suggests something "A little more stealth." She says that when she was married to Lex, he showed her some secret escape passages he had built in case of another home invasion. Lana wants to use them as entrances. She originally wanted to use them as extra closet space.
Episode Report CardOmar G: A- | 664 USERS: C+
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