Superman and Lois (2021–…): Season 2, Episode 9 - 30 Days and 30 Nights - full transcript

Superman goes missing, and the world tries to cope with his absence. Life goes on in Smallville, and the voters cast their ballot for Lana or Dean, Nat wonders if John is forgetting her mother and his wife, Lois has to decide whether to let Jordan become a superhero, and Jordan and Sarah come to a crossroads.

- Previously on
"Superman & Lois"...

- All I wanna do is spend time

with my two girls.
- Dad, that's not Mom.

She's still gone.


- Chrissy hasn't returned
any of my calls,

Lucy texts cryptic goodbyes,

and Anderson's missing
along with the pendant.

What if they're trying to get
into the inverse world?

- We're gonna merge
with our other selves

and become whole.

- Help us!

- No!

- I knew Lucy would
come through.

- You're safe now.

She's gonna stay at the DOD

for a very long time.

Put something in my tea.

- To make sure Ally gets
to the other side.

I'm sorry.

- I knew Lucy would
come through.

- We fixed
that thing's suit too.

But we need to hurry.

We don't have much time.

This is Lane.


- Thank you
for your assistance.

- Lucy said you were the only
one who could get across.

You'll find Anderson, right?

You'll save him?

- Soon I'll be able
to save everyone.

- Clark.

- Ally broke out of the DOD.

- She's trying
to get through again.

- You're too late.

She made it to the other side.

- Then I'll bring her back.

- You can't, Superman.

Not even you
can make it through.

Not in that.

- It's been over ten hours
since the oil rig

off the coast of Texas
caught fire,

and while the fate
of its 200 member crew

remains unclear, the world is
wondering once again,

"Where is Superman?"

This is yet another
catastrophic event

in the past week
where the world's hero

has failed to appear,

leaving many
to fear the worst.

- Hey.

- Hey.

- Superman's continued absence

has forced
Metropolis officials

to put all
emergency response teams

on full alert.

- We need to be focused

on strengthening
our family values.

- And in Smallville,
family should include everyone,

not just your top donors.

- Hey.
I'm ready when you are.

Do you think John Henry's gonna
have to fill in much longer?

- I'm sure he'll fill in
as long as he needs to.

Where's your brother?
- He's listening again.

- Grab your stuff.

- Jordan, you don't have
to keep doing this.

- I'm just trying to find him.

- I don't even think your dad
could hear through a portal.

- It's been a month.

Dad's never been
gone this long.

- I know.
I'm sure he has a reason.

I'm sure he has
a really good reason.

Let's go.

- Smallville coming up
in 1/4 mile.

- Breakfast?

- It's harder than it looks.
- You know what?

I'm sure there'll be food
at the rally.

We can just grab something
over there.

- No, no.
Lemme just try another batch.

- Hey, no.
We're gonna be late.

Lemme just wash up real quick
and we'll head over.

- It's the big day.

Polls are officially open.

Any of you who would like
some exercise,

I'd love it
if you would hit the pavement

and make sure people show up
to vote.

Everyone else, if you could
please help on the phones.

Other than that,
I just wanna say,

whatever happens today,

thank you.

- Oh, we're gonna do it.

- Lana. Lana.

all: Lana. Lana.

- Okay, let's get back to work.

We got a mayor to elect.

- Hey.
- Hey.

- Thanks for coming.
- Of course.

- No Clark?
- He really wanted to be here,

but he's still on assignment
in Metropolis.

- Seems like
a really big story.

- Yeah, I think so.

- Well, you saw my poor attempt

at thanking everyone,
which is why I was wondering

if you'd take a look
at my speeches.

- You should be ashamed
of yourself.

- Uh, sorry?What?

- For getting
the football season canceled.

My son is a senior.

This is the last time
he'd ever put on that uniform,

and he doesn't get to do it now
because of you.

- This isn't the time, Barb.

- Or the tone.

- I'm sorry, Lois.

Barb's not wrong.

A lot of people
feel the same way.

- I said this isn't the time.

- Yeah, you know what,
I think--

I think
I'll just go door-to-door.

- Hey, honey--
- It's better if I'm not here.

- I'm sorry about that.

- Thank you for stepping up,
although I can't say

I really blame them.

Here, why don't you show me
what you have?

- Yeah.

- Guess we're gonna be
making some calls.

- Yeah, guess so.

- Hey, Jordan,
is everything okay?

It's just, you know, since
I've been talking to Aubrey

a little bit more,
you kind of seem distant.

- We got a 10-41 code 2.

Highway 14, County Q.

- Hello?
- Now! We need water!

- I--I'm so sorry.

I gotta go.
- You just got here.

- Yeah, but I should
really check on Jon.

I'll be right back.

- Leaving already?
- Yeah.

Yeah, sorry.

- How can we help?

- Calls?

- Alvarez, do you copy?

It's getting hectic in here.

Come on, Tamera.
Let's go!

We gotta move.

Watch your step.
Watch your step.


Alvarez, do you copy?

- Cap, this is getting
out of control.

- That's a helluva whirl,

Captain, we need to back up!

- Go get the other hose,

Attack the delta side.
I got this.

- Yes, sir.

- Come on!

What the hell?

- So I can count
on your vote then?

Thank you.

- You think your mom will
take down Dean?

I hope so.

- She deserves a win.

- I can't believe
today's the day.

- How's it feel to be, like,
the new mayor?

- It's crazy.

- I think I need some air.

- Wait, Nat. Nat?

- No!

- You need to get out of here.

Go! Now!

- Hey, Natalie.

Are you feeling any better?

- Did you not see my dad
blatantly flirting

with your married mom?

- Well, uh,

"married" is
kind of a strong word

for my parents right now,
if that helps.

- It doesn't.

- Okay.

- I'm sorry. That was rude.

I just...

today's the day my mom died.

- Nat, I'm so sorry.

I had no idea.

- Yeah, how could you?

My dad's out here
living his best life

like she never even existed.

- Maybe he's just dealing
with it differently?

- You know I spent
an hour this morning

trying to recreate
her homemade waffle recipe,

and he didn't even notice?

I just wanted to, I don't know,
do something to remember her.

- Maybe we could do something.

- Like what?

- Um, every year
on Día de los Muertos,

we make an altar
for my grandpa, an ofrenda.

It's like our way
of celebrating his life.

Maybe we could do that
for your mom,

if you want?

- That actually sounds
really nice.

- Cool. Okay.

I'll get the candles,
the flowers...

oh, and then we just need
a picture of your mom.

- Oh, I don't have one.

- It doesn't have to be
the perfect picture.

Just give me your phone
and we can look--

I'm sorry. I didn't mean to--
- No, I'm sorry.

I just--I need to find my dad.

- Nat, I--I'm sorry.

- Okay, and now
to the concession speech,

which we will not be using.

- Oh, don't jinx it.

- Have you seen my dad?

- He was standing right there
a minute ago.

Is everything okay?
- Can you please just

take me home?

- Yeah, of course.

I'm gonna drop her off.
- Yeah.


Yes, this is Lana Cushing.

- Dad?

- Aw, hell,
I told 'em not to call.

- Are you okay?

- What happened?
- I'm fine.

It's just some bumps
and bruises, okay?

They just brought me here
for a quick once-over.

- I made this for you
in the car.

- Thank you, sweetie.

Yeah, I'm pretty sure
that's just what I needed.

Aw, I'm sorry.

I know you got a lot
going on with the election.

- No, it's fine.
- Dad, you almost died

in a fire?
- Yeah.

A strange one at that.

- I am so sorry.

Emily is freaking out.

I really do have to go.

- You should go. Go.

I'm gonna be outta here
pretty soon anyways.

- Why don't you come with us?

- Uh...

um, I'm just gonna stop
by the apartment first,

you know, and, uh,
get myself cleaned up, okay?

- Hey, do you need, uh, help
with anything?

- Time is better spent
with your mom, mija.

I'll see you later tonight,

- Yo, what happened to you?

- There was this crazy fire,

and I had to save Mr. Cushing,

and I got cornered, so...

I flew.
- What?

You flew? No way.

- Yeah,
not very far or anything.

- Yeah, but who cares?
That still counts.

- Yeah, and then
John Henry showed up

and his suit had
this fire extinguisher, so--

- Wait,
he didn't see you, did he?

- No, no, he just saw
some guy in a hoodie.

- Yeah,
but doesn't he have, like,

facial ID and biometrics and...

Jordan, look, I'm saying
if John Henry saw you

full vigilante mode, I mean,
do you really want Mom

to find out from someone else?

Like, you have to tell her.
- What if I tell her

and I blow my cover
for no reason?

- Take it from someone
who's been on her bad side

for, like, a month,
it's not worth the risk.

- Hey, man,

I'm really sorry about what
happened at the auditorium.

- It's whatever.
Maybe I deserved it.

Dad sure thought so.
- No, no.

There's no way
he would still be mad.

- Jordan, you don't know that.

Okay, Mom said that

that was the most angry

she'd ever seen him.
- Come on, man.

I mean, you're working overtime
at the store.

You're doing online classes--

- Jordan, none of that matters!

None of it, okay?

I don't know how to fix things
with Dad,

and I don't even know
if I'll ever get the chance to.

Speaking of, I gotta
finish this up before tomorrow.

Congrats on flying.

- The primary accelerant
sample you provided

appears to have been

- X-Kryptonite?

I'm gonna need you to get this
to General Lane ASAP.

Nat. Nat! What--

What happened?
- I don't know.

She wouldn't talk to me.

But she seemed really upset.

- You know,
she's been off all morning,

ever since breakfast.

- What?

- The waffles.

Today's the day Nat's mom died.

And I completely forgot.

- John, I'm sorry.

You've been covering
for Superman.

- That's not an excuse.

She was my wife.

Nat's mother. She...

She has every reason
to hate me right now.

- You should probably try
to talk to her.

Call me if you need anything.

Oh, wait, Lois.

There is something
I have to tell you.

- Uh, Mom,
I have to tell you something.

- It is too late.
I already know.

- Wait, you can't get mad.
I didn't even have

a chance to explain.
- What about before

you left the school?

- You were busy talking
to Mrs. Cushing.

- That is such a load of crap,
and you know it.

- Fine, but I didn't have time
to argue with you.

- About whether it was okay

to run into a burning building?

- About whether
it was all right

to save Mr. Cushing's life.

- Did you know there was
X-Kryptonite in there?

- So what?
I couldn't just let him die.

- If John Henry
hadn't shown up,

it could have been you
who died.

- John Henry was late.

He didn't save Sarah's dad.
I did.

- You are not
a superhero, Jordan.

You're a kid.
- Well, Dad's gone!

And no one knows
if he's coming back.

- I know how hard this is for you.

It's really hard for me too.

- Stop telling me
to act normal.

None of this is normal.
- That's why it's not

a very good time
for you to start playing hero.

- That's exactly why
it's the right time.

That's why Granddad's been
training me.

- He has been what?

- Because people need my help.

- That is not up to you
to decide.

- Well, I don't need
your permission.

- Under my roof, yes, you do.

- Not when I'm the one
with superpowers.

- Can we talk?

I forgot what today was.

And I'm sorry.

- How could you?

And don't tell me
you were too busy.

- I guess I just wanted
to forget that day.

- That's not okay.
You don't get to just

Eternally Sunshine
Mom's memory.

- Nat--
- No, seriously.

- I'm trying to move on.

- So what,
you just forget about her?

Pretend that
she never happened?

- I will never forget
your mother, ever.

But thinking about her

obsessing over her death...

you didn't see
what that did to me.

I became someone
I didn't recognize.

- You and I are the only people
that remember her.

We're the only ones who know

that our Lois Lane existed.

You don't get to just run away
from her memory.

- But I can't let it
tear me apart either.

I wanna be a dad.

And I wanna be able to enjoy
this life we have together.

- This life we have?

It's because of her.

And I don't want a dad
who would ever forget that.

- Sarah.

Uh, what are you doing here?

- Kinda felt like I needed
to check in on you.

- I'm fine, mija.
- You don't really look fine.

You look like somebody
who just got out

of the hospital.

- What you got in there?
Anything to eat?

- A few things.

But the headliner:
everything we need

to make abuelita's chilaquiles.

Some assembly required.

- Yeah, um...

I don't think
that's such a good idea.

- Dad, you're bleeding.

- Um...

- Dad.
- No, I--it's fine.


- Uh, where's your bandages?

- Uh, over there.

- Siéntate.

- If I'd have known
you were stopping by,

I'd have straightened up.


By taking your one chair
and sticking it over there?

You can't live like this, Dad.
You need stuff.

And this place is depressing.

- It's a waste of time
and energy

fixing this place up.

- That because you think

you're gonna get back
with Mom soon?

- It's 'cause I think this is
just temporary, you know?

Thank you, mija.

That feels much better.

- Dad, I just wanna make sure
you're okay.

- Really, I'm great.Okay?

I just need some rest.

That's all.

So how 'bout we do chilaquiles
some other time, yeah?


- Figured you'd show up
sooner or later.

- I'm just glad
you could find time

in between training my son
to be a weapon.

What were you thinking, Dad?

- He's one of the most powerful
beings on Earth.

One that needs guidance.

I wasn't sending him out
on missions.

I was just making sure he had
control of his abilities.

From what I hear,
he saved someone's life.

You should be proud.

- You have no idea

how hard it is, Dad,
with Clark gone.

I have two teenage boys
who think they are grown men.

- I might have a better idea
than you think.

- I don't know how much longer
I can keep doing this.

- Pumpkin, you're not gonna be
a single parent forever.

Clark's coming back.

Like he always does.

This what I think it is?

- This must've been
a distribution hub for X-K.

- You got a lead
on any X-K dealers?

- Look familiar?

- Mom,
I can't tell you who it was.

- The time for protecting
your friend is over.

This is a big operation.

It is dangerous,
and people are gonna get hurt.

Kyle Cushing almost died.

- Look, son, I can promise
immunity for your friend.

We need to put an end to this.

And they don't know the kind
of drug they're dealing with.

- Sweetie, it's never too late
to do the right thing.

- And--and you promise
you'll protect them?

- With the entire might
of the DOD.

- Okay, I'll make a call.

- What kind of irregularities?

- Dean's accusing us
of trying to bring people in

from York County.
- That snake.

He's gonna try
and stop the rideshares...

- Mom.
- And we cannot

let him do that.

- Mom, can I talk to you
for a second?

- Sweetheart,
I'm a little busy.

- I know, but it's about Dad.

- I'll be right there.
- Okay.

- Um...

I was wondering if Dad could
maybe stay with us tonight.

He's in pretty bad shape.
- Sweetheart,

it's the wrong message to send
to your dad right now.

- Have you seen
where he's living?

It's really bad.
- Honestly, Sarah,

it's really none
of my business.

It's your dad's life.
- Does that mean

that you don't care
about him anymore?

- No, it means
he made his choices,

and now he needs
to live with them.

- Mom, if he could--

- It's not your responsibility.

Your dad's just gonna have
to take care of himself.

- Yeah.

- Now that both co-conspirators
are here,

we are going to have a talk

about your little
training sessions.

- Mom, you're wrong about this.

- You might wanna consider
a softer touch there, pal.

- It's true.
You said it yourself.

I need to be ready.

- He's not your mother, Jordan.

I am.

- Just to be clear,

you promise to keep them
anonymous, right?

- That's right.

- They won't get in trouble?

- You have my word.

- I'll bring her in.

- Her?

Hello, Candice.

- I am so sorry that Jon got
in trouble because of me.

- Yeah,
I don't really want an apology.

I just need you to tell us

everything you know
about the X-K.

- I wanna help
and I wanna make things right,

but I--honestly
I don't know much.

- How long
have you been selling?

- About four months.

- Where do you get
the inhalers?

- From a guy
at our trailer park.

- We're gonna need names,

- Okay, um, his name's Micky.

- Micky Jeroux?

I've only lived here
for a year,

and even I know he's bad news.

What were you doing hanging out

with someone like that?

- I didn't have a choice.

- I'm sure you had a choice.

You just made a bad one.

- Yeah, I did.

But my dad's got
a heart condition,

and we're totally broke.

We've moved seven times
in the past nine years.

And not into perfect farmhouses
like this.

He can't keep doing that.

And I can't either.

- Where does Micky get
his supply?

- If I tell you and the people
he works for find out--

- They won't.
I've done this before.

I always protect my sources.
- It's true.

- Plus our granddad here
pretty much runs the DOD.

He'll make sure
nothing bad happens.

- As long as you cooperate.

- Okay, um, all I know is
that he used to make pickups

at this place
on Old McClellan Road.

- I think we can work
with that.

That'll be all for now.

- I'm gonna walk her home,

- I really am sorry, Ms. Lane.

For everything.

- We'll let you know
if we have any other questions.

- I'll call the DOD,
get 'em to pull satellites.

- I mean,
how long is that gonna take?

- To analyze?
A couple hours.

- We don't need
to wait that long.

- I have super-hearing.
If we just drive

down Old McClellan Road--
- Not gonna happen.

You have played hero enough
for one day.

- It's not a bad idea.

This is the kind of thing

I'd use Superman for.

- Jordan's not Superman, Dad.

- I know that,
but he's a hell of a lot better

than a satellite.

And we need to stop this

before anyone else gets hurt.

- Mom, please.

Look, I'm not trying to be Dad,
but Jon's all wrapped up

in this, and I just wanna catch
these guys.

- Fine,
but you are to stay in the car

until we get back
to this house.


- Good, you voted already.

I can cross that off my list.

- What is all this?

It's your stuff that's been
sitting in the garage

for the past couple months.

Photos, CDs, clothes,
your old guitar.

- You didn't have
to bring this over.

- Yes, I did. It's your stuff.
It belongs at your place.

- I already told you,
the moment I start

hanging stuff on these walls--
- Dad.

Please stop lying to yourself.

This apartment,
it might not be temporary.

I'm sorry.

It's just--it's really hard
to see you like this.

- Well, then I guess
it's a good thing

I got my, uh, top designer here
to help me decorate.

- Dad, your should--

Where's that knucklehead
of yours?

How come you didn't get him

to help you with all this?

- He's busy.

I guess.

- It's Smallville.

Busy doing what?

- Just say it, Dad.

- Look, all I'm saying is,
there was a time

where I didn't
put your mama first

like I should've.

- Yeah, obviously.

- I'm not just talking
about that.

She deserved better.

I know that.

But so do you.

No, listen to me.

Somebody needs to remind
that boy

that he is lucky
to be dating my daughter.


let's go--let's go hang
this singing trout, hm?

- It's so ugly.
You should've thrown it away

a long time ago.

- This is artwork.

- Look at the baby.

Hi, gorgeous girl.

I just wanna hold my baby.




She's perfect, isn't she?

- Yeah, just like her mother.

Are you sure
you don't wanna rest?

- No, I do not wanna rest.

I just wanna hold our baby.

I hope that you love us

as much as we love you.

'Cause you're gonna be stuck
with us for a very long time.

I love you.

- This has to be it.

- Looks like no one's here.

- I hear someone talking.

- About X-K?
- I can't make it out.

There's a hissing, like
a pressure valve or something.

- Any chance
your x-ray vision's come in?

- Nope.
- We don't need it.

Somebody's just moved in.

Those are new crates
over there.

- So, uh, that's it?

Call the DOD?
- Gotta make sure the goose

is in the gander
before we send in a team.

- What does that even mean?
- It means stay in the car.

- But Mom, there are guys--
- It doesn't matter.

That was the deal.

- You heard your mother.

- I am choosing to trust you on this.

Don't make me regret it.

- Let's get a visual
and get out.

No funny business.
- I'm just gonna take

a closer look, okay?

- That's what
I'm talking about.

Let's go.

- Dad, there's
a whole operation in here.

- We don't need that.

Let's go.

- All right,
we gotta call it in.

- That's not happening.

- Lois Lane and her dad,
the General.

Our night just got interesting,
didn't it?

Come on.


- Oh, I'm so nervous,

I could pass out.

- I mean,
you've done everything

that you can now, Mom.

It's out of your hands.

- What if I win?

And what if I don't win?

- Either way,
you're a total rockstar.

I mean, all of these people
came out here to support you.

- Yeah.

- Just got a call.

All the results are in.

The election board's about
to announce a winner.

- Okay.

I guess this is it.
- Yeah.

- Soph.

- You got this.

- What are you doing?

- What's it look like?
- Dad, stop.

You're gonna give yourself
rope burn.

These are fireman chair knots.

The harder you struggle,
the tighter it gets.

If it was a hobble knot,
maybe you could wiggle out,

but not this.

- How many times
you been tied up?

- Better you don't know.

- We need to activate Jordan.

- What?

No, we are not
activating my son.

- Whoever that guy's
talking to, I'm pretty sure

he's not the type
to let Lois Lane

and the ex-head of the DOD
just leave.

- Dad.
- I've seen what Jordan can do.

And it's more than enough
to get us out of here.

- Jordan, honey,
if you can hear me,

we need your help, right now.

Sweetie, you need to be
very, very careful.

- Dad.
- Son,

you're gonna have to hurry.
- Dad.

- We're at the southernmost
part of the warehouse.

There are at least two
armed men inside

and one of them is
heading our way.

- Dad.
- Jordan, we need your help.

- No, no, no, no!

- I got you.

- Jordan, look out!

- Soph, you can't cheat.

- Quiet.

Quiet, everybody.
Quiet, please.

- Hello?


Okay, thank you.

Uh, how close was it?

57, 43.

Okay, thank you.

You won.

- Oh, I'm so proud of you.

- And while I am so thrilled
to be your new mayor,

I want you to know
that this victory

belongs to all of you.

Every single person
in this room.

So thank you. Truly, thank you.

To Smallville!

- Looks like Lana won.

- I'm gonna go find Sarah.

- My team just cleared
the warehouse

and are sweeping the area
for any other hot spots.

Hopefully this can be the end
of X-K in Smallville.

- Except this story is bigger
than Smallville, Dad.

There was real money funding
that operation.

- That's what worries me.

But right now,

I think the new mayor
wants to say hello.

- Hey, Sarah.

I am so sorry I'm late.


You missed the whole thing.

Where were you?

- You know, family stuff.

It's complicated.

- I'm sure I can keep up
if you just wanna

talk to me about it.

- I can't.

I'm sorry.

- Are you ever gonna
put me first?

- What do you mean?

- I mean,
you keep disappearing,

and all I wanna know is why,

but you're shutting me out,

and I know I haven't been
the perfect girlfriend--

- No, no, no, no, no, that's
not what this is about at all.

- Then what is it?

Because this was
an important day for me,

and I wanted to share it
with you.

- I know.
I have things I wanna tell you,

but I can't.

Then I can't come second

to whatever it is
that's keeping you.

You should take this.

- Are you--
are you breaking up with me?

- Yeah, I think I am.

- Sarah...

- Let's just talk
about it tomorrow.


- Dad, what are you doing?

- Making breakfast for dinner.

- With Mom's recipe?

- I've been so busy
filling in for Superman

that I haven't had much time
to think about her.

I thought that was
a good thing,

but you were right.

Just because it hurts
is no excuse

to forget your mom.

But maybe today,
instead of mourning her death,

we can celebrate her life.

- By making waffles?

- And reliving memories.

- Hi.

She's perfect, isn't she?

- Oh, my God.

I was so tiny.
- Yeah.

- What?

- I just want you to know

that I will never forget
your mother

because I see her every day

when I look at you.

I love you.

- I love you, too.

- Come here.

- Sarah.

Uh, shouldn't you be
celebrating with your mom?

- Uh, I figured you could use
some company,

and, you know, honestly,
I could too.

I broke up with Jordan.

- Mijita, I'm so sorry.
Come here.

- Ugh.

Honestly, I don't really wanna
think about it

or talk about it or really
acknowledge that it happened.

- Hey, hey, hey.
You did what you had to do

for a reason.
Am I right?

- Yeah.

- I say tonight, you and me,
we load up on chilaquiles.

Tomorrow, we'll...

we'll figure out
what comes next

for the both of us.

- I mean, yeah, my mom
can be a little, uh--

- Terrifying?
- Yeah.

- Yeah, she is,

but, you know, it's fine.

Actually, I feel
a lot better now.

I was feeling really guilty

letting you take
the fall for me.

- I'm still glad I did,
you know,

and, I mean, hopefully,

now we can just forget
that it ever happened and...

I don't know,
maybe focus on us.

- Yeah, I'd like that.

- Jon, what is it?

Are you okay?
- Sorry. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

It's just, like,
a weird headache,

I think from staring
at a laptop all week.

Online school is no joke,
you know.

- You should go home.
I'm two blocks away.

- You sure?
- Yes.

Go home.

- Okay.
See you tomorrow.

- Hey.

Find a new spot.

Brooding on the porch
is my thing.

- Sarah gave this back to me.

- I'm sorry, sweetie.

- I don't know what to do.

- Sometimes, with heartbreak,
you just have to feel it.

On the bright side,
you did kind of save

your mom's life tonight.

- Yeah, I guess.
- Hold on.

I think that warrants
way more enthusiasm.

It's kind of hard for me
to watch you guys grow up

so fast.

Sometimes it feels like
you guys were

running around in diapers
just yesterday.

But I do want you to know
how proud I am

of the hero you are becoming.

So's your dad.

- Hey, look.
Jon's home.

- That's not our Jonathan.

Where's Clark?

He was too late.

- Greg, move your head.