Lana: I think it’s kind of romantic. I haven’t had a love letter since third grade. (Pete joins them) It seems like a lost art.
Chloe: Not true, not true. This morning in Trig, I intercepted a note from a wrestler to a cheerleader. It wasn’t exactly poetic, but, um, he definitely got his point across.
Lex: Another mark on the Luthor name. My father’s leaving me quite a legacy. You might give you mom a heads-up. If she’s going to work for my father, this is what she’s getting herself into.
Clark: My mother can take care of herself, Lex. Besides, I haven’t seen her this excited in a long time.
Lex: To tell you the truth, Clark, I was a little surprised. Considering all my offers to ease your family’s financial situation have been met with a resounding no, it stung a little to see her name on my father’s payroll.
Clark: Well, to be honest, it wasn’t exactly a unanimous decision at the Kent household.
Lana: Different? If you really like someone, you accept every part of them, but you can’t do that until they’re willing to share every part with you.
Clark: I think people like Byron keeps a part of himself hidden so he doesn’t scare people away.
Lana: If you want to get close to someone, you have to take that risk.