Clark: Jimmy, Chloe, I can't tell you how happy I am the two of you found each other. You're very lucky to be together. Look, your wedding day's gonna be perfect, I'm gonna make sure of it.
Lois: Stop hogging the spotlight, Smallville. Hey, cuz, you know that I love you and I wish you and Jimmy long and happy years together. And, remember what the General always says: “Marriage is the only war where you get to sleep with the enemy.” (thinks about it) You can edit out that last part, right?
Lois: Oh, uh, Jimmy told me you were going to be filming this epic, Spielberg. I want testimonials, candids, everything. But, I don't want to know you're here. You're a fly on the wall, alright?
Colin: Ring that bell.
Lois: Seem a little twitchy there, Jimmy. The butterflies in your stomach starting to do the rumba yet?
Jimmy: Not at all. Well, the only thing I'm nervous about is seeing Chloe before the ceremony. It's bad luck.
Lois: What about the whole "till death do us part" part? That's got to be nerve-racking.
Jimmy: Well, when you pick the right person, there's no need for wedding day jitters.
Lois: Good answer, Jimbo.
Jimmy: You know, speaking of the right person, since you don't have a plus-one tonight, I'd like you to meet one of my friends. Name's Clark Kent. You heard of him?
Lois: Better wear your bow and arrow, Cupid. That bumbling tadpole is not my Prince Charming.
Jimmy: Well, maybe you just need to jump his lily pad and plant one on him. Come on. I've seen the way you two look at each other.
Lois: You need to get your eyesight checked, Olsen. Clark doesn't like me. He likes... driving me crazy.
Jimmy: Flirtation 101, Lane. I mean, that's what a guy does when he's into a girl.
Jimmy: Trust me. Lois and Clark would be great together. I can feel it in my gut.
Lois: Well, take some Ex-Lax and get over it.
Jimmy: The groom sees the bride before the wedding? It's like... the Hindenburg of disasters. It's worse than black cats and broken mirrors and all that...
Chloe: Jimmy, breathe! Look, our love has weathered federal arrests and heart-attack-inducing kisses and a freakazoid bout of amnesia. I think that we'll survive this.
Clark: Oliver. Listen, you better watch out for Lois. She'll pin an apron on you and name you after some sort of fairy tale character.
Clark: And, if he's out there alive, he hasn't made a move for months. This can wait 24 hours. Chloe can't.
Oliver: The wedding? Is that the real reason you don't wanna go after Lex or is that just an excuse? Chloe's gonna understand.
Clark: No, she won't. When I had Jor-El bring back her memories, I asked him to leave out the ones about who I really am. You know everything she suffered through because of me. And, not to give her away on her wedding day? It's not an option.
Oliver: Maybe Lex hasn't made his move yet but he will. He's more dangerous now than he ever was. Chloe may not know your secret anymore but Lex still does.
Clark: Is that what this is about? Oliver, you told me you set aside your need for vengeance. I know how much you hate Lionel Luthor for what he did to your parents...
Oliver: Did? Clark, it's called murder.
Clark: You can't punish the son for the sins of the father.
Oliver: That's not what I'm doing.
Clark: Oliver... I remember when my dad died. I was so angry, I almost crossed a line that I could not come back from. I'm not gonna let you make the same mistake.
Oliver: Well, the truth is I'm going after Lex for you.
Clark: That's only half the truth, isn't it?
Oliver: Clark, come on, you know how dangerous this guy is. He may even know how to kill you. Why don't you just... give me the router? Okay, it's gonna take me a couple hours to download it, anyway. You're gonna have plenty of time to eat cake and do the chicken dance before we even take off.
Lois: When did you know he was the one?
Chloe: Lois, don't worry. When you meet your super-stud, you'll know.
Lois: Please. This isn't about me. I need to get bitten by the love bug about as much as I need a bite from a black widow.
Chloe: How about she carry your piece of Smallville's finest meteor rock down the aisle?
Clark: Hey, why don't you put that away? I... I have a better idea. You gave that to me freshman year at the homecoming dance.
Chloe: And, you kept it all this time?
Clark: I never throw away good memories.
Lana: I'm not convinced Lex is alive. Just because the king dies doesn't mean the entire empire crumbles overnight. I just followed the leads here to protect Clark.
Oliver: Good. Because no-one else seems too concerned that Lex found out his secret. If you're on a trail, I can help you.
Lana: Is this your version of help? 'Cause it seems a little personal to me. You're Green Arrow. You're better than this.
Oliver: You sound like Clark.
Lana: If we want to fight for the greater good, maybe we all have to be a little more like Clark.
Clark: I have it all under control, except for these cuff links. They were my dad's and I've never had to put them on before.
Lois: I guess you don't have much need for cuff links when you have a whole closet full of flannel shirts, huh, Farmer John? Big city boy, let me give you a lesson. You just have to make sure this part sticks up straight and then it slides right in.
Lois: I'm just having all these feelings and I don't know what they mean.
Oliver: Oh. Who's the lucky guy?
Lois: Having this conversation with an ex is... bad enough without turning up the awkward dial.
Oliver: Well, you know, there's moving on in theory and then there's the moment that it actually happens. If you like, we can start now and I'll just be a really good friend.
Lois: Okay. It's like I was going along and it just snuck up on me. And, I tried to ignore it but then there are these moments that you can't. Maybe I was reading it wrong. And, to add insult to injury, it all went down at tonight's tribute to romantic bliss. I know it sounds sappy... but I thought... just for a minute... someone needed me.
Oliver: Well, I'm sure he needs you, Lois.
Lois: That's sweet of you to say but how do you know?
Oliver: 'Cause I know Clark.
Lana: I read about the mysterious blur saving lives in Metropolis. I'm proud of you, Clark. It's who you should have been all along.
Clark: Does that mean you're happy you left?
Lana: It was the hardest decision I have ever had to make. But, I'm glad that I finally had the guts to do it. I would have died before I admitted this but I used to sit on my front porch and look across the field at this barn, imagining a summer wedding here. Of course, I always thought I'd play a bigger part in it.
Clark: So that's it. It's all over. It's that easy?
Lana: No. But, where I am now, for the first time, it feels right. Clark, I know neither of us could say it... but maybe Clark Kent and Lana Lang just weren't meant to end up together.