Chloe: I'm sorry, but I find geology even more pointless than algebra. I mean, I could just order these rocks online and have them delivered to my house vacuum-sealed.
Roger Nixon: This could make one hell of a story.
Lex: Nobody's ever going know about this. And if this story is accidentally leaked, you and I are going to have a serious trust issue.
Roger Nixon: As opposed to the close personal relationship we enjoy now.
Pete: He's been acting weird lately.
Chloe: Well, okay, Clark's always acting weird. Why don't you give me a gauge?
Jonathan: How are you holding up?
Clark: Considering my chores used to take me five minutes and now they take two hours, I'm all right.
Jonathan: You know what they say: lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Look, my guess is that your powers aren't coming back.
Clark: Maybe being normal won't be so bad. I mean, it works for you and Mom.
Martha: Oh, thanks.
Clark: You don't feel any differently about me now, do you?
Martha: Clark, you're our son whether you can bench-press the tractor or not.
Clark: What do I do now?
Jonathan: Well, life isn't easy for anybody, whether you're normal or super, but you're still Clark Kent. You were raised a certain way and that's never going to change. Sure, your abilities were part of you but they didn't define you.
Chloe: Thanks for saving my computer. It's my life. Okay, how pathetic did that just sound?
Clark: I hope all this attention doesn't go to his head. He needs to be careful.
Chloe: Well, you know what, Clark, the second you start throwing people thirty feet, I'll write nice things about you, too.
Pete: Why are you grinning? We lost.
Clark: I know. Pretty cool, huh?
Lex: Listen, I had no right to question your honesty. All I can do is plead temporary insanity and hope we could find a way to put this behind us.
Clark: Only temporary?
Victoria Hardwick: It was just business.
Lex: You call sleeping with me business? I hate to think what that makes you.
Victoria Hardwick: We could've been great together.
Lex: I plan on being great all by myself.
Eric: Come on, Clark. If you had the power to do whatever you want, what would you do?
Clark: I'd stop people like you.