Clark tells Oliver that he must kill Davis, but Clark deals with the fact that he can't take a human life. This leaves the justice league to take the affair on their own hands. Then, Rokk Krinn teleports from the 31st Century to give Clark another Legion time-traveling ring so Clark can exile Davis/Doomsday to the future. But in a surprising twist, Lois confronts Tess about her nefarious plans involving a mysterious crystal and in the fight, Lois accidentally finds Rokk's ring, and gets zapped into the future. Meanwhile, Chloe gets in the middle of Clark and Oliver's fight about Doomsday's human carnage, in which Dianah/Black Cannary and Bart/Impulse intervene. Jimmy finds out Clark's identity, leading to a fateful showdown when Clark attempts to use black kryptonite to split Davis from Doomsday and seal the beast in a large hole in the ground. But nobody is prepared for what Davis will do afterwords.
Did You Know?
At the end of this episode Chloe gives a young boy Jimmy's camera and explains he might follow in his brothers footsteps, this may be an allusion to a younger Jimmy Olson due to the age difference of Jimmy, Clark, and Lois in the comics, movies, and cartoon series. See more
When Clark is typing "Goodbye note" from the "Red-blue blur", the message is shown on the screen, and few seconds later the word "goodbye" is zoomed in. Above the "goodbye" is written "And if I die" which was not in the original text (when the whole text was zoomed out on screen). See more
That's the reason I went with Davis, to protect Clark. That's the only reason.
It all makes sense now. But the way I see it, you are as much of a hero as he's ever been. What you have gone through. What you've risked.
And what I've lost. I've lost so much. The only thing I really miss is you.
Well, now you found me again.
I'm so sorry I left, Jimmy, but I promise, I never left you.
References Alien Nation