Tracking the amnesiac and powerless Kara to Detroit, Lex is shot by Kara's jealous fellow diner employee Finlay, whom now holds both Kara and Lois hostage. When Lex falls into a coma, Lionel helicopter lifts him back to Metropolis and uses his last dose of a drug developed for experimental mind penetration so as to retrieve life-saving information from uncooperative terrorists. The program was abandoned because it wrecked the interrogator's central nerve system, but Clark feels confident his Kryptonian brain must withstand it in order to find Kara. Once he enters Lex's mind, Clark meets the key characters, but Lex is split into his dark side and the young Alexander, a good kid traumatized by his mentally abusive parents heading for divorce, eager to help Clark escape his evil counterpart and desperate for his friendship. In this state Clark has no superpowers, murderous dark Lex is the strongest, and the scientific operator can't separate their brain waves again. When they seem bot ... Written by
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Lex's personality is shown as being split in two: a young good Alexander, and an older evil Lex. It also shows how Lionel and Lillian's parenting fractured Lex, and started the young good Alexander down the path towards becoming the older evil Lex. See more
When Kara is listening to her music in the Talon, there is a close up of her MP3 player showing the time into the song is 1:25. In the four second close up the time doesn't change showing the music is paused. The next time you see the screen, as she is hitting pause, the music has advanced 10 seconds. See more
[Speaking to Lex
Hey. Come on, man, look. Is it really worth killing her to get to me?
Rhetorical question, Lex.
References Bonnie and Clyde
Say it Again
Written by 'Marie Digby'
Performed by 'Marie Digby' See more