Clark has some weird dreams with the cave and about flying. When he puts the hexagonal key in a hole in the wall of the cave, he immediately learns how to decode the symbols. Then, while waiting for Chloe at the Kents' farm, his uncontrolled vision burns a symbol on the wall of the barn. Chloe publishes the picture in the front page of The Torch, and Clark soon receives an e-mail from a wealthy and prominent scientist from New York. Clark goes to New York and meets the reclusive and quadriplegic Dr. Virgil Swann, who tells Clark about his origins from the planet Krypton, his real birth name of Kal-El. Clark also finds another message in the spaceship which troubles Clark. Elsewhere, Dr. Waldon finds the hexagonal key left behind in the cave and when he puts it in the cave hole, he gets hit with the so-called Kryptonian knowledge which overloads his brain and ends up in coma, which further fuels Lex's suspicions about the cave and Clark. Also, Lana considers moving out of Chloe's house... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The musical score for Dr. Virgil Swann is "The Fortress of Solitude" and "Main Theme" from Superman
(1978), originally composed by John Williams
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When Clark opens the tool box and finds the key, the objects around the key change position without Clark having touched them. See more
"We will be with you, Kal-El, for all the days of your life." What does this mean?
Dr. Virgil Swann
I'm not sure, but one thing I've learned about science is the value of patience.
[Clark notices a picture of outer space on the wall with an area circled
Is that where Krypton is?
Dr. Virgil Swann
No, that's where Krypton was. I followed the signal's path billions of miles out into space. I was hoping to discover its origin but instead, I found nothing.
Planets just don't disappear. What do you think happened ...
Leaving Town Alive
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