A dark Metropolis alley. A man uses a crowbar to break into an office. Another man stands behind him, watching. It's Davis, and his hand is shaking. He's wearing a hoodie. Davis starts to walk over, but accidentally knocks a bottle aside, making noise. He stops, and something clobbers him from behind. It's Jimmy, with the lead pipe, in the alley. Davis falls, and Jimmy handcuffs Davis to a nearby fence. Jimmy says he wasn't hallucinating. He still has the cut on his hand from the ambulance. Jimmy says Davis killed that man. Davis, panicked, tells Jimmy to get away. Jimmy says Chloe's on her way. "You don't know what you're doing! You're not yourself," Davis insists. Jimmy thinks Davis is trying to set him up. He says he saw Davis holding Chloe outside his room. Jimmy thinks Davis is just trying to get him out of the way. Davis pulls on the handcuff and growls for Jimmy to get away for his own good. Davis is facing away from Jimmy and his face is starting to contort. His eyes are turning red. Jimmy wants Davis to confess. Davis pulls one handcuff off the fence. He screams. Jimmy picks up the metal pipe. He's about to swing as Davis screams, but Jimmy is electrocuted by something. He falls. Chloe is standing behind Jimmy holding a stun gun. Davis is still grunting. He tells Chloe to get out of there. Still facing away, Davis's face begins to darken and horns appear. Chloe tells him that Jimmy can't hurt him. She puts a hand on his shoulder. The one with the wedding ring. Davis goes back to normal, his face crap disappearing. He looks at his own hand. He turns, sweaty. "You saved me," he tells Chloe.
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Stately Former Luthor Manor. Clark comes in through the double doors, dressed nicely in a long coat (the coat du jour for this episode) and dark shirt and pants. He walks over to Lex's old desk. "Oh there he is. The prince who came to my rescue," Tess says. She's upstairs in the library, wearing a sexy satin robe. Clark says he thought parachuting out into the Arizona desert would have slowed Tess down, but she seems fine. Tess says she knew she was fine when she woke up in a Phoenix emergency room and saw Clark. She's holding what appears to be a mimosa. Clark asks if she figured out what brought down the jet. He says someone might have been trying to kill her. Tess walks down the stairs. She says it's a dangerous world. The crash is still being investigated. He asks if they found the pilot's body. Tess says no. She pretends to feel terrible about it. She asks why he died and they're still alive. She thinks she's lucky Clark was there. On the desk is a newspaper with a photo of the Red Blue Blur. Clark says he's lucky he found the parachute. How did Clark fake a parachute? I guess he went and got one somewhere at super speed. Tess asks where Clark found it on the plane. She says she looked everywhere. Clark says he found it in the cabin locker. "Just one?" she asks. Clark says yes. He says he was able to strap it around both of them. Lies! All lies! Tess says she hopes the experience brought them closer together. She says she doesn't open up about herself to anyone. Clark understands she wants to keep all that private. He promises not to tell. Tess smiles. She says Lex was right about him. "There's not a bad bone in your body," she says. Oh, but Lex did try to put one up there. Tess says she's always had to deal with abusive people who took away her hope. She says when she's around Clark, she feels safe. Clark brushes that off. He says he's glad she's all right. He says he needs to get to the paper so she doesn't think he's not taking his job seriously. She watches him go. "Clark," she says, "I may run this company and I may live in his mansion, but I'm not Lex. You can trust me." Clark doesn't answer that. He just goes. The camera pivots around as we watch Tess standing alone in the room.