LOIS:- I thought you would be outside Lana's door with your binoculars by now.
CLARK:I appreciate the concern but Lana and I are none of your business.
LOIS:Please, Smallville, I've had 3 x's put under military surveillance. I'm hardly qualified to dish out post relationship tacked. But it's time for some tough love. Lana's going to move on.
CLARK:She already has. Lex.
LOIS:And it sucks, but you got to trust your guts that you did this for a reason. Whatever a reason guys has for dumping hot, smart fun girls these days. Look give her some space Clark, whole night stocked on routine, that's gonna ruin any good feelings that Lana has for you
CLARK:If there are any
LOIS:Look, sometimes you got to tuck your feelings away until it's the right time, like stuffing dollars to a piggy bank for a bike you can't quite afford.
CLARK:Except I can't quite imagine that there is anyone else out there.
LOIS:You'll never know Clark, maybe when you finally crack open that piggy bank you'll find that all this time, you haven't been saving for a bike, you've really been saving for a Harley.
CLARK:There are times when I think you don't know me at all and then there's one thing you know me better than anyone.
LOIS:Nah, that's what I'm here for Smallville. One save at a time
Sources confirm to me exclusively that The CW has jettisoned the separate titles that were initially assigned to each of the two episodes — “Society” and “Legends,” respectively — in favor of the singularly sensational (and far more marketable) Smallville: Absolute Justice.