While in Metropolis with Clark, Jonathan Kent is saved from an uncontrolled truck by a very fast teenager, Bart Allen (who will later become the superhero, 'The Flash'), who also pickpockets his wallet. When they arrive back in Kent Farm, Bart is there waiting for Clark where he confides in Bart the Flash about his powers. Bart and Clark become fast friends while Clark tries to persuade Bart to give up his quick and easy life of crime before it gets him in real trouble. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor buys a worthy manuscript with inscriptions in kryptonian, and he shows the unique document to Clark. But when Bart the Flash finds out, he decides to steal it to sell to a powerful mobster willing to pay a huge sum for the artifact. Also, Lana discloses the secret of her tattoo to her boyfriend Jason. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
When Clark goes through Bart's fake IDs he lists off the names Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, and Wally West. These are the names of the three characters in the DC universe who posses the ability to tap into the "Speed Force", each therefore respectively donning the identity "The Flash". Jay Garrick is the original Flash (1940-1955), and is now a member of the Justice Society of America. Barry Allen (1956-86) took over the role of The Flash in 1956 and is known as the Silver Age Flash. Lastly, his nephew Wally West (1987-2006) took over the role of Flash upon Allen's death, and is best known for his role in the Justice League Unlimited cartoons. Wally West is, incidentally, voiced by Michael Rosenbaum who plays Lex Luthor in Smallville. Most recently, Bart Allen (2006 - Present) took over the role of Flash, but this occurred after the episode "Run" was created which is likely why the name did not appear among the fake IDs. See more
After the truck jumps on the sidewalk you can see the ramp they used to get the truck onto the curb. See more
And you were right on my butt, man. You know I always wondered if there's anyone out there like me and it turns out to be you, Jimmy Crack Corn, fresh from the farm.
Don't Say Nuthin'
Written by Scott Storch
Performed by The Roots See more