Tale from the crypt. Nixon complains that he can't breathe. Bo says that the cave-in must have cut off their air supply. Now they'll never hear "I'm All Out of Love" again. That looks like a pretty big crypt to already be out of oxygen. Nixon gets up slowly. "Dying in a tomb. It's ironic," Nixon says. Oh, shut it. Nixon starts to whine that Bo has a legacy to leave behind, while he's just a stupid git with weak sperm. Bo is too, Nixon. Bo tells another story about Clark lifting up a big five-hundred-pound oak bed when he was a toddler. He says they were going to take Clark to a scientist to figure it all out, but when they got to the office, MamaKent decided that they might never see Clark again. Bo comes close to crying when he tells the story -- an emotional state not seen since the Great Mass Cow Kill of Early 2002. Bo says bringing Clark home might have been a mistake, but he'd gladly make it again. Bring on more alien babies!
Hospital. The LSD lighting has been fixed. A specialist is telling Lex that Papa Luthor's spine may heal, but that the damage to his optic nerve will only get worse if it's untreated. The Smallville doc recommends waiting till Papa is stabilized before attempting surgery. "Surgery is risky. But the alternative could be worse," Metropolis Med says. They put the decision on Lex. "Do it," he says.
Kent home. Clark asks where Pete got all these new maps. Pete says that his mom borrowed them from the county planner's office. And when will we meet Pete's parents? It's not like he just fell out of the sky in a platinum ravioli. Clark immediately spots an old church hear Hobson's Pond. MamaKent says that church was destroyed during the meteor attack. (I hate using "shower" now. Nobody emerged from the meteor shower shiny and Zest-fully clean.) Clark spots a crypt on the map. How did he see a crypt on a zoning change map? They all scramble. MamaKent tells Pete to go with her so that Clark can go do his thing.