A mysterious woman forces Oliver to play in a dangerous game of Russian Roulette and then turns up dead. The police believe Oliver is responsible and arrest him, while Clark reluctantly sets out to prove Oliver's innocence. Meanwhile, Lois angrily confronts Clark over his knowledge about Oliver's suicide attempt. Written by
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Clark's reference to an "anti-life equation" refers to DC Comics' character Darkseid, a major enemy of Superman's who seeks the Anti-Life Equation, a key to universal domination and subversion of the will. See more
When Oliver enters the club Roulette and sees the woman in the red dress at the bar, at first she's seated near the left hand side of the bar, then she's seated at the center of it. See more
All right, Lois. You show up with every shark movie known to man and 11 loads of laundry when I've seen you take socks to the dry cleaner. Are you okay?
I'm fine. Why wouldn't I be fine? I'm totally not fine. Even if it is stupid, but - but it's not stupid. It's Oliver's birthday today, and we always go out for beer pongs on our birthdays. But today is about to be yesterday in T-minus...
[sees that it is past midnight on clock wall
...negative minutes. It's over. He totally missed it. How does ...
References Ninja Scroll
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