Lois comes downstairs in a fancy dress and Clark greets her. Their friends are there to take them out on their respective bachelor and bachelorette parties. Emil Hamilton takes video as Oliver, Tess, and Chloe prepare to take the happy couple out. Oliver offers a toast from the bottle of champagne first, and Chloe says they've been the best friends she could ever ask for. She assures Clark and Lois that they' are all there to support them...Read the full recap
Chloe: To the bride and groom. You know, to friends. You two amazing people have been the best friends I could have ever asked for. And... we want you to know that we're here for you, to support you, as you begin your happily ever after adventure. And tonight is all about celebrating you.
Oliver: Tell you what, I'm going to do whatever it takes to get you that ring back, okay? But really, you gotta relax, all right? You're starting to do that twitchy thing again that you do.
Lois: I'm not twitching. There's something stuck in my bra.
Oliver: That's not my territory anymore, all right?
Clark: I can't believe on my first drunken night out, I lose Lois, commit a felony, and I land my friend in jail. So reckless.
Tess: But oddly, Clark, very human.
Fortune: You are an eyeful--like the tower in Paris.
Chloe: You know, in every epic tale there's one person who believes in the hero first. Someone who helps inspire them to greatness. Maybe it wasn't just a fluke with you. I've been thinking that's my true calling. Finding heroes and helping them realize their true potential beyond the reach of Watchtower. You're not alone, Clark Kent. In all my globetrotting, I have met several others like you. A billionaire with high-tech toys and a wondrous woman who is going to throw you for a loop.
Clark: You don't need to explain. I just want you to know that if you're having doubts deep down inside, if you're not 100% sure that this is the right thing to do, I will understand. I'm going to want to marry you in five days or five years.
Lois: That was the perfect thing to say.
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Oliver: How about a little privacy there, Blair Witch? Now.
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