Speaking of ass: Papa John's pizza. 'Nuff said.
Kent kitchen. Clark walks in like the whole flaming ass thing never even happened. Sure, Clark. Be that way. We will never, ever, ever, ever, ever forget it. If you become the greatest actor of your generation and go all Tom Hanks and accept your fifth Academy Award fifty years from now, we'll still talking about that fire-and-the-ass shot. By the way, Clark is now wearing some sort of gray jumpsuit. Bo (who was pouring some milk) and MamaKent go over to find out why their son looks like he works on an airport tarmac. Clark explains how the guys "jumped him." I doubt Bo even wants to hear about this. "Clark, you still couldn't stop them?" Bo asks, putting an arm on his son's sooty shoulder. I don't think Clark was trying very hard, if you know what I'm sayin', and I think you do. Bo tells them about the Kryptonite bars and how they were similar to the ones in Papa Luthor's safe. Oh, now you want continuity. It's all about you isn't it? You and Lana. Bo asks what they're doing with Kryptonite. Clark says they're melting it down and inhaling it. So this is basically "Rush," just with 100% less Jocko Whitney, right? MamaKent suggests calling the cops. Clark says that the police can't do anything. Bo picks up the phone. Clark says that he was overpowered, and that if there had been Kryptonite in the furnace, he wouldn't be there right now. However, that wouldn't matter with Lana, now, would it? (Thinks evil thoughts.) MamaKent says they can't let their concern for Clark's secret intimidate them into silence. Isn't that exactly what they've been doing for two seasons? Bo says maybe there's another way. Hmmm. I wonder that what that could be.
At the baseball diamond, Sammy So-So is stopped in near mid-swing by Sheriff Gata, who arrests him on the spot. Wonder if the scout is watching. She accuses Sammy of assault and armed robbery. She says they got an anonymous tip and looked through his locker. He says they don't have a warrant for that. She says, correctly, that they don't need a warrant to look through a student's locker. Someone finally did some research into how laws actually work in the real world. She even shows him a bagged-up alien mask. Is it really good police procedure to show the accused all the evidence you have against him before he even gets in the back of the police car? She suggests that he use his one call to "phone home." Just as Sammy gets in the car, he sees Clark glaring at him off in the distance. Some anonymous tip.