Daily Planet, daytime. Did Clark never go home? He and Chloe stand near an empty desk. Chloe says she found Office Girls's desk like this when she showed up that morning. Chloe tried to call her home and cell, but got no answer. She figures BatChica pulled an Amelia Earhart. Clark guesses they'll never find her. Chloe asks Clark what happened out there. Clark says he should have listened to Chloe. He tells Chloe he had his hand around a guy's throat and almost killed him. "But you didn't," Chloe says. She asks what stopped him. Clark says it was his dad's voice. "I could hear him," Clark says. "He was always the one who kept me from going over the edge when I was too close." Chloe says she wishes BatChica could step back in time. Metropolis could use someone like her right now. Chloe squints at Clark. She asks if Clark could ever be a mild-mannered reporter by day and a crime reporter by night. "Honestly?" Clark asks. "I'm kind of hoping to find a way to not hide who I really am."
Kent Farm. Clark clomps up the stairs to the loft and finds his dad's watch sitting on a little purple drawstring bag. He picks it up. He turns and sees Lana standing there. Lana says she searched every pawn shop in Metropolis looking for it. Ugh. How did Lana even know what it looked like? Clark can't believe she found it. Neither can I. Clark apologizes for how he's been acting. For the last 4 1/2 years? He says he should be able to move on, but...life without Bo doesn't feel real. Lana says it feels like you're frozen and the whole world is going on around you. No, that's the Fortress of Solitude. Lana says that you always go through this thing alone. Clark says that Lana never lets him take the easy way out. Douche. Lana tells him to put the watch on. He does. Angelic music plays. "It looks great," Lana says. "Your dad would be really happy."
Clark walks into the living room. He frowns heavily when he hears Bo's voice telling someone to do a figure eight. "Please be careful!" we hear MamaKent say. "Don't worry, sweetheart, it's gonna be fine!" Bo bellows. Clark steps forward slowly. He sees MamaKent watching a home video. Bo and a young Clark are riding a tractor. "This young man is a man of steel!" Bo cries. It looks fun. MamaKent smiles warmly. Bo yells about the whole farm belonging to Clark one day. Incredibly sad music plays. MamaKent turns to Clark. On TV, Bo tells Clark to wave bye-bye. Bo appears in close-up. He lifts a hand and says, "Bye-bye." Clark cries, a tear rolling down his cheek. MamaKent sees the watch on Clark's hand. She comes to him. She smiles, her heart melting. They hug. Clark starts sobbing in MamaKent's arms. He sniffles. The camera pulls back out of the living room as Bo's face is frozen on the television. We go to black as Clark continues to cry. Look. If you've been watching the show for a long time, it's impossible not to cry while watching this scene. I just did it for the second time. I bitch a lot, and there's a whole lot of us who are bitter and jaded, but this scene came out of nowhere and just beat us right in the heart. Very, very nicely done ending. Damn, that was sad and sweet.