Kangaroo Jack. Do I even need to provide a punchline?
Smallville High. The banner outside reads, "Acadmic Excellence." Principal Asskick must be doing himself and taking names. Chloe, Clark, and Pete are leaving a class. Clark asks if they're not overreacting about something. Chloe says she's upset that they thought something about someone their whole life and it turned out to be a lie. In this case it's that Alexander Graham Bell "snaked" somebody else's invention. Really? I never heard about that. Man, I'm always the last to know about old dead dudes and their scandals. Chloe says she hasn't been this disillusioned since she found out Betsy Ross didn't design the American flag. Wait, what? She didn't!? Oh, man, I am so depressed right now. Chloe says that Betsy Ross was her role model. Lana, who couldn't possibly have heard the conversation, joins the group and says, "Betsy Ross was your role model?" Chloe says it was in the first grade. Is it just me or are they trying to make Lana smarter and Chloe dumber in every episode? Chloe says that, one by one, our heroes are being defrocked. I know exactly what she means. My hero used to be a frock designer until he got burglarized. They took every frock! Chloe and Pete walk off.
Clark and Lana are in the hall. He says there's a winter festival in Grandville that weekend. His mom has a produce booth. He says they can go and hang out. That sounds like the absolute worst date ever. Not surprisingly, Lana begs off. She says she has to take some extra shifts at The Talon. Clark says he knows she's worried, but that she should still try to have some fun. At the produce booth? Heh. There's an extra waking behind them who watches them. And there's a kid behind them who looks eleven years old. Lana changes her mind and agrees to go. Hooray for vegetables!