Just as Clark and Lana are making progress and he finally sums up enough courage to ask Lana out on a date to a local festival, an old flame rekindles when Lana's former beau, Whitney Fordman, returns from the Marines to make up for lost time. But something is wrong with Whitney for he isn't himself, and Clark sets off to find out what's wrong and why Whitney doesn't remember some things. But the big twist is that the real Whitney was killed in action in Indonesia, and that the meteor-rock shape shifter Tina Greer (from the 'X-Ray' episode) is impersonating Whitney to get romantically close to Lana. Soon, Clark finds himself in a bind then Tina traps and immobilizes Clark in his storm cellar tied up with Lana's kryptonite necklace, until help comes from of all things... the spaceship. Meanwhile, Lex confronts Helen Bryce about her employment with Lionel and questions her motives for being in Smallville. Written by
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In the scene where Clark plays pool with Lex, there is a point where they stop play to talk. At that point Clark picks up the #10 (blue striped) ball. Clark later rolls the ball across the table, when the camera cuts away the ball that's rolling is now the cue ball and not the #10. Other balls on the table change positions between the shots too. See more
Seems like every person that I've ever gotten close to just leaves.
That's not true.
Yeah, it is. My parents, Nell... now Whitney. I know I haven't been a good friend.
You've been a great friend.
No, I have doubted you, accused you of things and still you're here, protecting me.I don't care if you have secrets, Clark. You are the one, good, constant thing in my life and I don't want to lose you too.
Written by Roland Orzabal
Performed by Michael Andrews
featuring Gary Jules See more