Kent home. Clark comes home to an empty house. He calls for Lana, but can't find her. Dude, you don't have to yell. She has superhearing. Clark finds a black satchel on the kitchen table. A datebook is sticking out. He pulls it out to read. Lana is so slick, she leaves her secrets out on the kitchen table for Clark to find. Within it, Clark finds a piece of paper. Suddenly, Lex is standing right there. DUDE! My superhearing never works! You should know that! "I wouldn't trust her either," Lex says. Clark glares. Lex tells him to skip the "you're not welcome here" prologue. Thank goodness. Lex says that someone left his vault door on the rug. He says Lana was seen walking out of the mansion. Why was she walking instead of getting out at superspeed? Lana is too stupid for these powers. Lex asks Clark what the hell is going on. Clark says he doesn't know. Lex asks if Clark knows why Lana would steal from him or why she possesses superhuman strength. "She's obviously been infected," Clark says. Clark says Lex should have a better answer than him as to why Lana is breaking in. "You really don't know what Lana's after, do you?" Lex asks. Clark says Lana has reasons not to trust Lex. "Funny," Lex says (but it really isn't), "I was under the impression she'd moved on." Lex says it's hard to cut the cord. He adds that revenge is like an addiction. Clark says, "I'm sure you would see it that way." Oh, shut up, Clark. Clark says he knows Lana better than Lex does. Lex asks if that's why Clark is digging through her things. Lex guesses, correctly, that Clark is the last to know about Lana's Isis Foundation. "Stings, doesn't it?" he asks. (Sniff) A little bit! Clark asks what Isis is supposed to be. Lex says that on the surface, it's a clinic to treat the meteor infected, but beyond that, he doesn't know. Clark, still holier-than-thou, says he wouldn't expect Lex to understand what it's like to want to help people. On a farm. By yourself. Lex asks why Lana didn't tell Clark about Isis, if it's so awesome. Lex says he can see it in Clark's eyes. That and a whole lot more. It's the Gayest Look of the Episode. Lex can see that Clark doesn't trust Lana. Clark flinches. It still stings a bit!
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