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First aired May 11th, 2005
Proofread by Deanna
Chloe: Wow, can you believe
that 4 years has gone by this fast?
There you go.
Brendan: Okay. "To Brendan. A photographer who could always capture
the moment.” Thanks.
Brendan: I gotta run. See ya. Bye.
Brendan: See ya at lunch.
[ Shower running ]
Chloe: Is anyone in here? Hello. Haley? Haley? Oh, thank god. I
don't know what's going on, but I think we're the only two people--
[ Gasps ]
[ Grunting ]
[ Panting ]
Chloe: Oh, my god. What's going on?
[ Bell rings ]
Chloe: Help! Help me! Help!
Martha: He's obviously been thinking about this for a while. You have to let
him make his own decisions, Jonathan.
[ Sighs ]
Jonathan: Hey. Do you mind telling me why you have a financial aid package to Central Kansas?
Clark: That's where I'm going to college.
Jonathan: What happened to Met. U.?
What happened to Ohio? What happened to Miami?
Clark: I thought I'd stay closer to
Martha: Clark, I know starting all over with new friends in a new city can seem a
little overwhelming, but you can't let that hold you back.
Jonathan: This is one of the
most important decisions you're gonna make in your entire life.
Clark: You don't think I know that?
Jonathan: Does Lana
happen to be going to central kansas?
Clark: I don't know where Lana's going to school,
so, no, this is not about Lana.
Jonathan: Oh, then it's about us. You don't think I can
run this farm without your help.
Clark: This is where I'm needed.
Jonathan: Clark, your destiny
lies far beyond those cornfields out there, and I'm not about to let you turn
your back on that just because of us. Now, I've got a farm to run.
Martha: Clark? Is it that really the reason?
The bio test was really hard.
Dehlia: I know. I totally bombed it.
Chloe: Lisa, Dehlia. Do you
guys know what's going on?
Lisa: You better hurry, Chloe, or you're gonna be late for Trig.
Chloe: Wait, Trig? You guys, there's no classrooms behind these doors.
play along. He's watching.
[ Camera beeps]
Chloe: Brendan, wait, don't let the door shut behind you! What are
you doing? Are you playing along, too?
Brendan: Playing along? Chloe, I planned it all.
Chloe: You brought us here?
Brendan: Just because it's the last day of school doesn't mean it
can't last forever.
Chloe: But, Brendan, you're not serious. Why would you want to stay
stuck in high school when there's so much else out there?
Brendan: I thought you of all
people would understand. You're editor of the Torch, Prom Queen. Chloe, you had
everything in high school. Once you leave, all that's gonna be left is a
lifetime of disappointments. But not in here.
Chloe: Brendan, you cannot keep us here
forever. You have to move on.
Brendan: To what? Look, Chloe, some of us didn't get in to
our dream colleges like you. When you're staring at a pile of rejection letters,
"moving on" really means working at a local video store for the rest of your life.
Chloe: Well, how can you be sure the
rest of us are gonna go along with this?
Brendan: Wendel? Wendel, come here. I said, come
Wendel: I didn't do anything. I swear.
Brendan: Chloe was just wondering what happens when
we don't play along.
Wendel: No, no, please...
Wendel: No, I didn't -- aah!
Brendan: It's best
if you realize how much better off you are here, Chloe. I'll save a seat for
you at lunch?
Lana: What do you think?
Clark: I think it's finally starting to hit me.
It's really over, isn't it? You know, I remember walking through those doors the
first day of freshman year.
Lana: actually, I think you tripped.
Clark: Well, I couldn't help
it. You made me nervous.
Lana: It was cute. Who knew you'd turn into this big high
school football star?
Clark: Former football star... who's gotten used to seeing you
every morning at the lockers. Well, I guess that's all gonna change now that
you're going off to college.
Lana: Well, I don't know if I'm gonna go.
Clark: Really? I mean,
what do you mean? You're the one who's always dreamt of leaving this town, ever
since you were a little girl.
Lana: I know. It's just that, right now, feel like I'd be making that decision because it's
what everyone expects us to do. If I go, I want to make that choice for the right
Clark: So you're staying in Smallville?
Lana: I don't know. I think it would be really hard with all of you guys gone.
Clark: Well, not all of
us will be gone. I'm thinking of commuting to Central Kansas.
Lana: Then maybe I won't
have to spend any more time trying to figure out how to say good-bye.
Woman: Wendel Johnson! Chloe Sullivan! Haley Timmons! Dehlia Watkins!
Clark: I would've thought chloe
would be the first one in line.
Lex: Luthorcorp is the legal conservator of the cave.
We can do any excavation work we want down there. I'll have to call you back. I
thought we'd concluded our business.
Martha: Clark was gonna take care of that tonight.
[ Panting ]
Jonathan: It's nothing I can't handle by myself.
Martha: I know what you're
doing, Jonathan. You can't take the place of Clark on this farm. No one can. Every
other farm in the county has at least five hands to help out.
Jonathan: Sweetheart, my
family managed to run this farm for generations before Clark came around. I see no
reason why I can't run it by myself.
Martha: Sometimes I wonder which one of you is more
Jonathan: Why don't I give you a clue?
Martha: When are you gonna admit that the truth is,
you and I can't run this place alone?
Jonathan: Martha, what exactly is it that you want me to do? You want
me to tell our teenage son that we couldn't possibly survive around here without
him? What kind of parents would that make us?
Martha: Honest ones. How many times has he
asked to be treated like an adult? This decision took a lot of maturity.
Jonathan: Or guilt.
Martha, Clark still feels responsible for my heart problems. I can't allow him to
do this out of pity.
Martha: It's not pity, Jonathan. Clark knows that if he leaves, he
can only come back a few times a year. And he doesn't want one of those times to
be your funeral.
Lana: I don't know if Met. U. Is ready for the Wall of Weird.
Clark: She didn't get the torch out today.
Lana: Well, maybe the printers aren't working.
It's not even in its final format. There's no way Chloe would let the last day of
school go by without getting in her final word.
Lana: And when was the last
time Chloe pulled an all-nighter with a dead line and didn't finish her latte?
leave without her lifeline?
[ Grunting ]
Lex: Guess I should've trusted my instincts. I knew you were working
Lionel: Judging from the fact that 10 minutes ago I lost all feeling in my
hands, you have a very curious definition of "collaboration," Lex.
[ Chuckles ]
Lionel: Genevieve and the dutiful son. The Oedipal bond certainly
has a way of, um, flourishing when it's fed. Doesn't it, lex?
Genevieve: Lionel, the stones
may be just another hobby for you, but I didn't search all these years just to
reach a stalemate.
Lex: You're making a big mistake, Jason. I know she's your
mother, but don't think for a second she won't turn on you. Trust me on this one.
Jason: It's okay, mother. I don't expect him to understand the meaning of family
loyalty, especially when the only thing running through the Luthor blood is
betrayal. Now, we want the stone you stole from us.
Genevieve: Yes, Lex, your father has one
of those stones.
Lex: Then what do you want from me?
Genevieve: I have a feeling that he'd sooner die than give up that
stone, but all that might change if his own flesh and blood were at stake.
obviously don't know my father as well as I do.
Genevieve: I hope, for your sake, you're
Lois: I've got a couple cappuccinos and a double espresso. Where do they
go? There you go,
Girl: Thank you.
Lois: I'm impressed, Smallville. Of all
the seniors skipping the last day of school, I didn't expect to see you.
Clark: I'm on
Lois: Right, right, because, you know, why would you do anything like any
other normal teenager in America? The last day of school's a "get out of jail
free" card. Even my best employee Haley flaked on her morning shift.
Clark: I'm here to
look for Chloe. Have you seen her?
Lois: After my 2:00 A.M. Java run to the Torch last
night so that she could make her deadline, I'm guessing she's crashed out
Clark: Lois, she never published the last issue. It's kinda why I
think something's going on.
Girl: Um, Clark, could you sign my yearbook?
Clark: Yeah. Is this
the girl who didn't show up for work today?
Lois: " Most likely to be a sharks
cheerleader?" Yep, that's our girl.
Clark: Listen, Wendel, Haley, Chloe, and Dehlia they didn't pick up their graduation robes today.
Lois: Not your "most
likely to ditch" crowd. Do you think something's happened to them?
Clark: I don't know. Did anything seem weird last night
when you left Chloe?
Lois: She was just swimming through a pile of photos with
some photographer kid.
Brendan: Hey. I didn't mean to scare you there.
Lana: It's okay.
uh, was just wondering if you sign my yearbook, actually.
Lana: Sure. "Most likely to be a Cover Girl." [ Laughs ] I kind of think that the photographer had something to do
Brendan: Thanks. Of course a photograph could never take the place of the real
Lisa: Chloe, you better get to class. The bell's gonna ring soon. You don't want
to be late.
Chloe: I'll be right there. Brendan.
Brendan: What are you two talking about?
Chloe: We were
just planning a study session for Mr. Kramer's quiz.
[ Chuckles nervously ]
Brendan: I have a surprise for you.
[ Laughs ]
Brendan: If you ask me... "Most Likely to be a Cover Girl" is selling her
short, but at least you'll have a friend in here with you.
[ Gasps ]
Lana: Chloe, what's going on?
Brendan: Chloe, I'm gonna let you tell Lana the
Chloe: Okay. Great.
Lana: How did I end up back in school?
Chloe: Okay, don't wig out, but
we're not in school.
Lana: Why are you acting like this?
Chloe: He's watching. Brendan,
A.K.A. "Mr. Medusa's touch," recreated this place. It's kind of like a cage. It
gives new meaning to the phrase "capturing the moment, "doesn't it?
Lana: But how did he. The last thing I remember doing is signing his yearbook.
Chloe: Lana, will you sign my yearbook?
Chloe: Look at the names.
I seriously doubt it's just a coincidence that the slumber party's guest list is
all on the "most likely to" page. We've been collected.
Haley: Hey, guys. I told Brendan you had a crush on him like you wanted me to.
Lana: What are you guys talking
Chloe: Brendan wants high school? We'll give him high school.
Genevieve: Where is the
Lex: Aah! God!
Genevieve: Lionel, Lex is your son. And despite what you want him to
believe, I know you don't want to watch him die. Jason, darling...
Lex: Oh, god, aah!
Lionel: Stop. Stop it!
Genevieve: Where is it?
Lionel: I gave it to Lana.
doesn't know anything about this.
Genevieve: You wouldn't have trusted anything that valuable
Lionel: I gave it to her for the same reason I gave her the map to the temple. She
is the chosen one, and we all know that.
Genevieve: Jason, I'll take care of Lana.
Jason: You promised me you wouldn't hurt her. Has she ever shown any
gratitude? Lana has no idea how much you've been protecting her. And
for what? For her to choose Clark over you? You know... I would never
betray you the way she has.
Lionel: I wouldn't
underestimate her, Genevieve. Don't forget, Lana Lang's ancestor pledged at she would revenge your family.
Genevieve: I would leave
folklore in the past if I were you, Lionel. My ancestors burned traitors at the
stake. Let's hope you're not one of them.
Clark: Brendan? He's gotta be in here. It's
like his second home.
Lois: Just like Chloe should be at the Torch. This whole "10
little indians" thing is starting to give me the creeps. Popular guy --
cheerleaders, alternate girls... jocks...
Clark: Brendan knows everyone. Sort of your
fast track to the front page of the Torch.
Lois: That's a little Norman Bates.
everyone from the "most likely" list. Lana?
Lois: Oh, god, do you think they're --
It seems more like a collection, like he's keeping them somewhere. Lois, check this out.
[ Sarcastically ]
Lois: Oh. Thanks, clark. It's like they're his paper dolls or
Clark: Except these blueprints are to scale. He must've rebuilt this part of
the school somewhere. Nash construction.
<>[ Knock on door ]
Chloe: Hey, it's amazing how much material we have for tomorrow's
Brendan: Well, I wanted to make sure you had some great shots to work with. You know, it's funny... four
years in school together, and I had no idea that you and Haley were such good
Chloe: Why? What did she tell you?
Brendan: Nothing I didn't suspect already.
know, the more I think about it, the more I can't believe you recreated this whole
place for all of us.
Brendan: After I got those rejection letters, I realized I spent so much time proving
myself in here, and none of it mattered on the outside.
Chloe: And we'd have to do it all
again if we left. So how'd you do it?
Brendan: I told my dad if he didn't build it, I'd
turn my annoying step-monster into his own personal mannequin. You
should've seen the look on her face. It was just
Chloe: Let's go.
Haley: Please get us out of here.
[ Beeping ]
Brendan: You shouldn't have tried to get away, Haley. I thought you felt the
same way I did about our future.
Chloe: Brendan, you can't keep us here forever.
have to let us go. I don't think you really want that. I know you'll like it
here, or you'll end up like your friend Haley.
Lionel: She's a difficult woman to resist. Though you were supposed
to get close to Lana, but what happened? Did you stray a little too far
from those apron strings?
Jason: You know, with all your resources, I would have thought by now you'd know
that Lana's nothing more than my mother's pawn.
Lionel: A pawn? Well, that's true, but a pawn you fell in love with. It must be killing you that you've sacrificed your
feelings for Lana in exchange for some maternal warmth it seems you
can't do without.
[ Gun uncocks ]
Lex: Makes us look like the Waltons, doesn't it?
[ Chuckles ]
Lionel: I'm sorry, Lex, I got you involved in all this. You may not
believe me, but I truly wish I were here alone.
Lex: To be honest, dad, I'm
glad you're here with me. Now knock that iron out of the fire and get it as
close to my chair as you can. We gotta split up. Go! Ah!
Jason: Wait, lex, Lex, don't do
this. Don't do this. Come on, look at me. Look at me. You and I --we're not that
different. It was never about you and me. It was about our parents. Please, Lex,
Lex: I always knew I had to protect Lana from you.
Jason: But not as much as
you've been protecting your best friend.
Lex: Huh? Clark? Clark doesn't have
anything to do with this.
Jason: Oh, you don't believe that. Clark's more connected to
this than any of us. You just choose to ignore it. I mean, think about it. The
symbols burned into the Kent barn, the fields.
Lex: It's a little late and obvious to
be shifting the blame in the 11th hour.
Jason: Can't you see what's right in front of
your face, Lex? It's Clark. He's --
[ Gunshot ]
Lionel: He was, about to kill you, Lex.
Lex: Or divulge something you didn't
want me to know.
<>Lionel: Lex, you saved my life back there. I was returning the favor, son.
Lex: I had no choice. I know you have the stone. If anything happens to Lana, you'll be
begging for an end like that.
Lois: How cliché, an abandoned warehouse. Oh, great.
know, maybe there's another way in around the corner. Why don't you go check?
I'll see if I can't find a key for this lock.
Lois: Keys? Well, I highly doubt they're
under the welcome mat, but, uh, you knock yourself out.
Clark: Chloe. Chloe? Brendan.
You have to release everybody.
Brendan: I wanted you to be a part of
all of this, Clark. But you guys, you guys had no right coming here!
Clark: You have
to let them go. Things change no matter how much we don't want them to. We
can't live in high school forever.
Brendan: You don't really want that. I mean, Clark think about it. She can stay like this forever. Always be with you. You
wouldn't be afraid if she ever left you.
Clark: I'm not afraid of that, brendan.
should be. She'll leave you, Clark. And she might never come back. If you
care about her, you'll do anything you can to keep
Clark: Let her go.
Brendan: No. No. What's happening? No. It won't -- stop. You're gonna
find out what it's like to lose someone forever.
[ Gasps ]
[ Panting ]
Lois: Oh, hey!
Chloe: My God..
Jonathan: Wow, I haven't seen you use that thing in a long time. I thought maybe you'd
Clark: Dad, I think that we --
[ Sighs ]
Jonathan: Clark, a time comes in everybody's life when they realize their
parents aren't gonna be around forever.
Clark: Dad --
Jonathan: Clark, I just --I just don't want
you sacrificing your potential because of me.
Clark: It's not a sacrifice, dad. It's a
[ Chuckles ]
Jonathan: It's a really fine line, don't you think?
Clark: Dad, I get the feeling
we could talk about this all night, and you're still not gonna understand.
Jonathan: Oh, I
understand a whole lot more than you think.
Clark: Right, that's why you came up here to
change my mind. Dad, you raised me to make my own decisions. Why don't you trust
me on this?
Jonathan: Because you are a lot like me. I had a full ride to Met. U. waiting for
me when I graduated. The problem is, my father needed me on this farm. So I
Clark: Dad, that's a pretty big footnote to leave out. Why didn't
you tell me?
Jonathan: I didn't want it to weigh you down. As much as I loved my father,
I, a part of me still resents him for needing me that much. I don't want you to
feel that. That's not the kind of father I... I ever wanted to be.
Clark: Dad, this
isn't about the kind of father you are. It's about the kind of son I want to be.
<>[ Cheering ]
Chloe: Hey. Thank you. So I guess this is it, huh?
Clark: It's not like we're
never gonna see each other, right?
Lana: Yeah, you'll have summers and holidays.
Lana: Yeah, big time.
Clark: Suddenly, all those tests and teachers we hated seem a lot
less scary than the big question mark that's hanging out there.
Lana: You think after
everything that happened to Brendan, it'd be a whole lot easier to say good-bye to
Clark: There's a lot here to say good-bye to.
Chloe: You know, not to go all
"psycho sympathizer" on you guys, but I can't blame Brendan for wanting to keep
everybody together. Although, after that little lock-in, I can't think of
anything scarier than being stuck in the past and
not moving on. Wait a minute, Lana. Did you say "I'll" have summers and holidays?
What about you?
Lana: I'm staying in smallville.
Clark: I thought you said you weren't sure.
Chloe: Don't you want to see what else is out there?
Lana: Well, that's exactly why I went to Paris last year, but there's a reason that I was drawn back home. I'm just not
sure that I've explored all of the possibilities here.
Chloe: Maybe things won't change
much, after all.
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