Lana Lang visits a sick, elderly man who has been in prison for more than 40 years for allegedly killing his beloved wife. He shows a picture of a suspect who resembles Clark Kent in an old newspaper to Lana. Clark Kent, after seeing a Kryptonian symbol on a necklace of the suspect, believes that the young stranger was, in fact, Jor-El. After being "downloaded" with the memories of Jor-El from the same symbol in the caves, Clark is slowly able to piece together the events of the past whenever he touches an object with a connection which leads him to the truth regarding who the true killer was. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Prior to Jonathan Kent's birth, one of the names discussed by his parents was Gene after Gene Autry
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Clark, what did you see?
He buried this here because he didn't want his father to have it. It acts as some sort of journal. I think Jor-El was sent here as some kind of... rite of passage. Grandpa Kent was down here, too. He told Joe that if there was anything he needed...
What is it, Clark?
I don't think you and mom found me by accident. I think you were chosen.
References Splendor in the Grass
I Only Have Eyes For You
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Performed by The Flamingos See more