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First aired February
Proofread by Deanna
Previously on "Smallville"
Lana: Jason, what's
really going on here?
Jason: Where this is heading with us, I just don't think you're
Clark: There's a part of me that never feels freer than when I'm with
Chloe: She tried to kill Lana, and she tried to kill you. Alicia needs to be in an
institution. Why'd they let her out of Belle Reve?
Alicia: A little something my
doctor came up with. It keeps me from using my powers.
Clark: Why did you just walk
out on this relationship?
Alicia: I think that my mother arranged it.
Clark: You don't even
see what you did was wrong! You dosed me with red kryptonite!
Alicia: Look, I know
that we can never be together after what I did. Whatever's going on,it
doesn't change the way that I feel about you. I love you, clark. For
as long as I live, I'm never gonna reveal your secret.
Lois and Chloe: Singin' I love rock 'n'
roll so put another dime
jukebox, baby! I love rock 'n' roll so come and take your time
and dance with me
Lois and Chloe: He smiled, so I got up and asked for his name
Lois: You, right there.
Lois and Chloe: Said it doesn't matter 'cause he said that it's all
the same. I said, can I take you home? Where we can be
alo-woe-wone? And then we were
and he was with me, yeah, me. Next we were movin' on, and he was
with me yeah, me singin' I love rock 'n' roll so put another dime in
the jukebox, baby! I love rock 'n' roll
so come and take your time and dance with me
Lois: First he married the
girl, now he's dating her?
Chloe: That was subtle, Lois.
Lana: I think
I've seen enough for one night.
Alicia: Lana, wait. I just want to apologize.
Lana: For what -- trying to kill me or not succeeding?
Alicia: Look, all I want is a
chance to prove to you who I really am.
Lana: You already have.
Jason: I can't
believe you brought her here.
Clark: Jason, listen --
Jason: Listen to
apology? You think
just 'cause she says she's better that everything's going to be okay?
Come on, man.
[ Crash ]
Jason: Lana? Lana? Lana? Hey, can you hear me? Lana. Lana,
look at me.
Clark: How's Lana?
Is She okay?
Chloe: Hey Clark. Yeah, she's-she's fine. I mean, lucky
for her Jason pulled a T.J. Hooker and broke the bathroom door
Lois: Only to discover Lana's mystery assilant had somehow flown the
coop. So, have they arrested your arm ornament yet?
Chloe: Sheriff Adams was just here, and she spent a lot of time
focusing on the "attacked inside a locker room" scenario.
Lois: And the name Alicia Baker came up more than once in a bunny
boiler kind of way.
Clark: Alicia didn't do this. Ever since her release from
Belle Reve, she's been wearing a lead bracelet. It prevents her from
using her abilities.
Lois: And did she also happen to be wearing anything low-cut when she
spun you that tale, 'cause I'm not sure you're thinking with your big
Chloe: Clark, just because Alicia says that the bracelet keeps her from
teleporting doesn't mean that it's the truth.
Clark: She was with me when Lana got attacked. I was saying good
Chloe: Yeah, but every second? You have to admit she can transport
easier than Captain Kirk.
she did try to carve herself a Jack-O-Lana before, cut and dry --
emphasis on the "cut".
Clark: I'm telling you, Alicia couldn't have done this. I know
Jason: Clark... Lana doesn't want
to see you.
Adams: I'm getting a funny
sense of déj vu here, Mr. Kent.
Haven't we acted out this particular charade before?
Clark: This is different, Sheriff. Alicia did not attack
Lana. She was with me.
Adams: I better not find
out you're covering for that girlfriend of yours, Mr. Kent.
as an alibi is the only thing keeping me from tossing her tail jail.
Clark: Sheriff Adams
already has Alicia tried and convicted.
Jonathan: Sheriff Adams has a point, Clark.
Martha: First Las Vegas, and now an assault charge. What are you
with this girl, Clark?
Clark: Alicia didn't do this.
Jonathan: Son, your girlfriend has
problems, and this relationship is not healthy. Why can't you see
Clark: You always told me to look for the good in people, to believe in
and Alicia deserves a second chance.
understand is why do you continue to see her, knowing how we feel?
Clark: She kept my secret. She got shot protecting me.
What else does she have to do to prove herself?
Martha: What if she did
this, Clark? What if she attacked Lana the way she
Lois: Ever thought about getting
Chloe: This coming from the
hotshot college student who ran away from college this weekend.
Lois: It's Greek Week.
Lois: So they're wearing their letters on their shirts, they
sing group songs...
Lois: The fraternities are having a power puking contest.
Chloe: Oh, okay. Enough said. I don't understand why you
came out to Smallville,
Lois: Well, believe it or not, I like spending time with you, little
cousin. Although, that
I'm ready to buy into your
"meteors make freaks" theory.
Chloe: It's not just a theory, Lois. Alicia Baker
tried to kill my best friend twice, and it was because of
her meteor-induced abilities that she was able to do that.
Did you know that Lana's bathroom door was locked? Who else could've
gotten in or out, for that matter?
Clark: That's what I want to know. Chloe, we
need to find out if there's anybody else in Smallville who has
abilities similar to Alicia's.
Chloe: Clark, I'm sorry, but even if there was
someone else like Alicia, what would they have against Lana?
Tim: Hey, I
finished that op-ed piece, Chloe.
Tim: Hey, Lois.
Tim: I had a
feeling I'd bump into you here. Um, I was wondering if, uh, you'd
maybe have a cup of coffee or something with me, maybe.
Chloe: You know, Lois was just saying she needs to get out more.
Lois: I-I -- look --
Tim: Excellent. It's a date.
Chloe: "Smallville's Glory days." Sounds interesting.
Tim: I think it
is, and I'll tell you about it over coffee.
Clark: Hey, Tim, uh, you were at the
night. Did you
Tim: Um, no, nothing
out of the ordinary. But your mother --she was there. She
up, and the blond girl that you were with was in the alley. Maybe they
Alicia: You look like a big ca
tin a small cage. You all right?
Clark: No. Someone saw a blond girl in the alley behind the Talon when
Alicia: Then somebody saw another blond girl in the alley, because it
wasn't me. There's bound to be suspicion, Clark. People
think I did it.
Clark: Besides, you couldn't have done it, because you were with me and
were wearing your bracelet.
Clark: You lied to me.
Alicia: I didn't
--I didn't lie. I didn't think I needed it. You don't
couldn't give up my powers again. It was worse than being in
would you do if somebody told you that you couldn't use your abilities?
don't know. But I would -- I would give them away in a second
use them to hurt someone.
Alicia: Yeah, so would I. I'm better now, Clark. You
know that. I just want people to accept me for who I
you're honest with yourself, you'll realize that deep down inside, you
want that to. Look, I'm... so sorry that I didn't tell you
bracelet. But I didn't
do anything to hurt
Lana. I swear. I swear.
Lana: Jason, don't be
ridiculous. I'll be fine for a
Jason: You do realize that you were attacked in your own apartment
behind a locked door. You want me just to leave you alone, and
evening digging through the university's microfiche? No.
Lana: Well, I am not
going to let you flunk history.
Clark: Mom. Ready to go?
Martha: Why don't Clark and I stay with Lana?
Lana: I think that that is a great idea. Go. I'll be
Jason: I won't be long.
Jason: Mom, what are you doing here?
had to come to make sure my son was all right. I phoned Dr.
Martin on the way here. He can see you today.
Jason: I'm fine. I've been hurt worse in football.
Genevieve: Well, it never hurts to get a second opinion from a real
Jason: Let it go,
Genevieve: It's just hard to see you suffering here by
yourself. You'd at least think your girlfriend would be here.
Jason: You really want to play that game?
Genevieve: This is not a game, Jason. This is your life.
And I'm worried about the path you're heading down.
Jason: Oh, you mean the
path you sent me down?
are you talking about?
Jason: Lana... the girl you made sure I met in Paris.
you serious? How could anyone maneuver two people meeting and falling
love in Paris?
Lana: Mrs. Teague. Um, I didn't know you were here.
Genevieve: Well, come in, Lana. We were just talking about
you. Did, uh, Jason share his
match making theory with you?
Lana: Yeah, he did.
Genevieve: And what did you think --
that I had somehow used my mysterious powers to coerce you into going
to Paris at exactly the same time that my son was there?
Jason: You don't have to
Genevieve: I think she already has. Lana, I'm not a perfect
mother. I can be...over
sometimes overbearing, especially when it comes to
women in my son's
Genevieve: I had nothing to do with getting the two of you together,
you can probably realize from my reaction to it. And why my son
need to blame me for meeting you... is something you should be asking
yourself. If you change your mind about the doctor, let me
<>Alicia: It won't work.
The one that they made me at Belle Reve was
special. It had to be able to release trace amounts of lead into
bloodstream to dampen my abilities. Remember? I guess it's the
thought that counts. That's a pretty ugly thought.
Clark: Where were you last
Alicia: I was wondering if you were ever gonna call me again. Why?
Clark: Lana's boyfriend was attacked. I
was the one who saved him, and I found this in his car.
Alicia: Okay, I didn't
do it, Clark. I don't know how that got there, but I... it wasn't
Clark: Alicia, you have to turn yourself in.
Alicia: You don't believe me.
Clark: I want to. I
really do. But I need to stop who's doing this.
Alicia: Okay, well, then find
out who really did it.
Clark: Everybody thinks it's you.
Alicia: Why, because of my
powers? Because I'm a freak? You know what, Clark? Maybe if
everybody knew your secret, you'd be a suspect, too.
Clark: No, Alicia, this is
not about your abilities.
Alicia: That's really easy for you to say, Clark.
Everybody thinks that you're normal. How do you think your
react if they found out that you were exactly like me?
Clark: We'll just go sheriff tell her
what happened. We'll explain everything. She'll understand, and
all work out. Just explain it to her.
Alicia: All right, I'll go with you... if
you tell her about your powers, too.
Clark: I can't do that.
Alicia: Why not, Clark?
Don't you understand that once people know the truth about us, then
they'll have to accept us for who we really are?
Clark: I'm sorry.
Alicia: Yeah, I'm
sorry, too. Letting people know about us is the only way that
ever gonna be free, Clark. Don't hate me for wanting that.
Clark: Alicia --
Adams: Mr. Kent. Didn't see you there. Did you come to help
your mother? Mmm, she has almost got that latte machine down.
Clark: No, Sheriff, I came here to see you. I found this in
the car when Jason was attacked. It belongs to Alicia.
Adams: You flip-flop more than a politician, Mr Kent. So now you
think your girlfriend's guilty, huh?
Adams:Well, I hate to disappoint you, Mr. Kent, but I've already
been down that road. Despite your claim that Miss Baker was with
you at the time of the first incident, I yanked her in for a little dog
-and-pony. The scarf may have been there, but your girlfriend
wasn't. Alicia Baker was locked in a interrogation room with me
at the time the second victim was attacked. There's no way she
could've done it.
Alicia: "Can any cell hold her?" Probably not.
Chloe: Alicia, what are you doing here?
Alicia: Chloe Sullivan..ace reporter. You write all these
articles about the people you call "freaks," and you don't even realize
that someone close to you is one of them. Why are you ignoring
what's right in front of your face, Chloe? Don't you want to know the
truth about Clark Kent?
Chloe: Everyone knows you're crazy. Why should I
Alicia: You don't have to. I'm gonna prove it. And then you
write the story of a lifetime.
Chloe: Where are we? What are you doing?
Alicia: Giving you your next headline. And making things better
Clark: Alicia, what is it?
Alicia: Clark, I'm on Old Blossom Road, and
there's something really wrong with the car! It won't stop!
Clark: Hang on!
Alicia: Just hurry!
Once you see this, you'll understand. And Clark can be who he really
and you can use that poison pen of yours to enlighten Smallville for a
Chloe: Clark, what are you --
Alicia: Don't worry, Chloe.
Chloe: Oh, my god.
Smallville--circa 1988. Before the metero shower. After
that, everything changed. My father used to say that--that the
metero shower infected Smallville somehow. It brought an ..evil
to our town.
Lois: Sounds like something from the Sci-fi channel.
Tim: Yeah. I'm sorry, I get a little carried away by the past
sometimes. I don't have many memories of my father, you
know. He passed away when I was young.
Lois: I know what it's like to lose a parent. My mom died when I was
little. I cherish the memories I have of her.
Tim: Yeah... my favorites are
when my father used to talk about Smallville and the way things used to
be. I mean...look at it now. Nobody -- nobody
right or wrong or -- or morality. Like that football coach dating a
student. It's not right.
Lois: They're both over 18.
Tim: Lois, it --
it doesn't make it right. No. ><>I mean, rules -- rules are there
reason. If those two got away with it, then other people would try, you
see? It's a good thing that
they were punished.
Lois: So you think they were
attacked because someone thought their relationship was immoral?
Tim: Um... I
think that they got exactly what they deserved.
Historical Museum will be closing in two minutes.
Lois: Wow...just look at the
time. I've gotta get back to the "Torch." I have some...studying to do.
Lois: Chloe, have you seen Clark?
Chloe: What? Have I seen Clark do what? What? Uh...yeah,
I've seen him.
Chloe: Why? Something happen?
Lois: Bad date. I'm starting to think maybe Alicia isn't our
resident psycho killer. I need to find Clark.
probably zipping around, looking for Alicia.
Lois: You all right?
Chloe: Fine. Yeah.
Fine. Uh... he's probably out at alicia's house.
Lois: I'll swing by, see if
he's there. Can you give me a call if he shows up here?
glad you're finally home.
Alicia: What are you doing?
Tim: Oh, I'm... I'm just
looking for evidence to leave at the next murder.
Alicia: It was you. Every one thinks >I'm guilty
because of you.
Tim: You are guilty. I mean, this -- this
really used to be such a nice little town.
Alicia: You don't understand what
you've done. Even Clark thinks that I'm guilty. Your not
Tim: I already have.
certainly have grown.
Lex: Forgive me, but... you'll have to refresh my
memory, Mrs. Teague. I wasn't aware that we'd met before.
Genevieve: No, please, Lex, call me Genevieve. I served on
numerous committees with your father
and your late mother. I used to see you with them often. A
boy at the opera... always getting into trouble.
Lex: Some of my finer
moments, I'm sure. Can I get you something, Genevieve? I
assure you, my
tastes have matured.
Genevieve: I'm sure you've developed a taste for quite a lot of
I understand you have a relationship with Lana Lang.
Lex: Care to tell
me where this is going?
Genevieve: My son is young, Lex. Young and headstrong --
like that boy at the opera. He can't always see what's best for
Genevieve: With the wisdom of age, yes, I can. And what I see is
throwing his future away, as is your friend. Surely you know they're in
a relationship that will never work.
Lex: I don't usually involve myself in
other people's affairs of the heart, Genevieve.
Genevieve: But you did intervene at
the high school.
Lex: That was a civic matter. Look, I'm not a family
therapist, but I would suggest that you talk to your son.
Genevieve: Oh, I've
tried, Lex. But as is often the
young men, they don't listen particularly to their mothers. I was
I could persuade you to help me.
Lex: As I said, I don't interfere in other
Genevieve: In other people's affairs of the heart, I know.
should look at the bigger picture, Lex. Helping me could work to
advantage. I recently came across some information about how your
father managed to overturn his conviction and get out of prison.
Information you might find... very interesting.
[ Dog barking]
Clark: Alicia! Alicia. No. Please, no. No... no.
No!! No!! No!!
Lois: Clark! Oh, my god. Clark, what happened? I think I
who did this. And where we can find him.
<>Tim: Hey... even you thought she
was guilty, didn't you? Huh? Try not to feel too bad. I mean, hey, she
did try to kill your girlfriend last year.
Clark: You tried to kill Lana. What
does that make you?
Tim: No, try to understand, Clark. I did what's right
for Smallville. I have to make things right.
Clark: You killed Alicia. I loved her,
and you took that away from me. You killed her! All she wanted
Lois: Clark! Stop!
Clark: You killed her.
Lois: Stop Clark! Clark! You're killing him! Stop. Let him
go. It's gonna
be okay. Clark, it's gonna be okay. >
Jason: Now, why would Lex Luthor want to see me? Let me take a stab
at it. 'Cause you want to lecture me on the evils of a part-time coach
dating an 18-year-old high school student.
Lex: I took a hard line about the school rules, Jason, but that doesn't
mean I don't appreciate the individuals involed. I'm sorry I cost you a
job. And I'd like to make it up to you.
Jason: Really. I mean, you still haven't scheduled my meeting
with your H. R. guy over at Luthor Corp.
Lex: I have a position you might find more appealing. A position
that pays $ 100,000 a year.
Jason: Because I'm obviously qualified for a $ 100,000-a-year job. My
mother out you up to this, didn't she? She is trying her best to get
between Lana and me.
Lex: She's trying to do alot more than that, Jason. That's why I
want to work together. To find out what she's really up to.
Jason: You want to team up against my mother?
Lex: The enemy of my
Jason: And how do I know I can
Lex: You don't. But what other choice do you have?
Clark... honey, you've been up here for two days.
Jonathan: What happened to Alicia wasn't your fault.
Clark: If I had believed her, she wouldn't be dead.
Jonathan: Clark, she was framed. There's... there's no way you
could've known that.
Clark: I could've trusted her. Did you know that Alicia wanted me
to go to the
sheriff with her and tell her everything? Alicia thought that if
people knew the truth about me and what I can do,
be so quick to judge her. But I didn't go. I was too afraid of what
people might think, how they would react. What if she was right?
Because if people knew what I can do and who I really am... maybe she'd
still be alive. And I just can't forgive myself for that.
Lois: I'm headed
back to school. I have an 8:00 class tomorrow. Looking for
clues about Tim's ability? Things we should have seen before, blaming
Chloe: I think maybe I've seen too much already. I've spent the
four years ferreting out meteor freaks, trying to expose them. I never
should've started this wall.
Lois: Chloe, you're a reporter. You investigate
expose. That's who you are.
Chloe: Yeah, well, I guess sometimes it sucks being
me. Lois, if -- if you found out something -- something someone
didn't want you to know about them -- would you tell them?
Lois: That depends.
Is that person someone you care about?
Lois: And has keeping the
secret hurt anyone?
Lois: Then my answer is no. If I really cared about
that person, I wouldn't tell them that I knew. But I would go out of my
way to be supportive of them so that hopefully, one day, they would
be comfortable enough to tell me themselves.
Chloe: No offense, Lois, but that's
the last thing I expected to hear from you.
Lois: I've learned the hard way that people keep
secrets for a
reason, even from the people they're closest to. Chloe, is there
something you want to tell me? Are you the one with the secret?
Chloe: No. No,
it's not me.
Lois: Okay. I'll see you in a couple of weeks or so.
sure whoever it is that you're talking about will tell you when they're
Chloe: Bye. Safe drive home.
Chloe: Clark... Why don't you
just tell me?
Clark. I...just wanted to say that I am so sorry.
For everything. It must've been so hard being so different,
everyone judge you before they even know you. Knowing that
people that... might never accept you. I just -- I want you to
I'm here for you... if you ever need to talk.
Clark: Thanks, Chloe. I appreciate
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