Commercials. Did you know that your iPod can speak in magic trails to the Ford Fusion? Is there nothing the Ford Fusion can't do?
Mid-point promo. "If you're just joining us...a mysterious woman has arrived in Metropolis. But is she a force for good or an agent of evil?" "Arrived"? I thought BatChica was from there.
Daily Planet. It can't still be the same day, can it? MamaKent walks in, past janitors, to Chloe's area. They just let MamaKent waltz right in after hours? Chloe asks what she's doing there. She's looking for Clark. That's a lot of driving for MamaKent for one night. What is that, nine hours' worth of driving? Chloe says that Clark left her holding the bag, literally, as if that's going to make any sense at all. MamaKent sighs in disappointment. Chloe tells her not to worry. She's sure Clark will pop up, or blur in, or whatever he does. MamaKent says that Clark's been gone all night and isn't answering his cell phone. "It's not like him," MamaKent says. Chloe says there's a lot that hasn't been like Clark lately. MamaKent asks Chloe to tell her what's going on. Chloe says that Clark feels guilty about the watch. MamaKent says that the more Clark pushes his feelings away, the worse it's going to get. Chloe says she knows, and is trying to help, but she doesn't think denial is that unusual. MamaKent is worried that Clark will take out his emotions somewhere unhealthy: "We both know what he's capable of." Chloe thinks that Clark will keep things in perspective, but MamaKent worries that Bo always knew what to say. Sometimes way too much. "I don't think he was the only one," Chloe says. "When he died, I really didn't know if I could keep the secret by myself," says MamaKent. "It's good to know you're here. Thank you." Chloe smiles. They hug. Chloe says that Clark will be fine, and that they won't let anything happen to him.