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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:58,516 --> 00:01:00,017 Hurry! 2 00:02:11,047 --> 00:02:14,967 Do you not understand? Krypton's core is collapsing. 3 00:02:15,218 --> 00:02:18,554 We may only have a matter of weeks. I warned you. 4 00:02:18,805 --> 00:02:22,307 Harvesting the core was suicide. It has accelerated... 5 00:02:22,559 --> 00:02:25,269 - ...the process of implosion. - Our energy reserves... 6 00:02:25,520 --> 00:02:27,896 ...were exhausted. What would you have us do, El? 7 00:02:28,148 --> 00:02:31,567 Look to the stars, like our ancestors did. 8 00:02:31,818 --> 00:02:35,696 There are habitable worlds within reach. We can begin by using the old outposts. 9 00:02:35,947 --> 00:02:39,658 Are you seriously suggesting that we evacuate the entire planet? 10 00:02:39,909 --> 00:02:43,328 No. Everybody here is already dead. 11 00:02:44,164 --> 00:02:47,708 Give me control of the Codex. I will ensure the survival of our race. 12 00:02:48,668 --> 00:02:49,751 There is still hope. 13 00:02:50,003 --> 00:02:52,504 I have held that hope in my hands. 14 00:03:07,437 --> 00:03:09,563 This council has been disbanded. 15 00:03:10,064 --> 00:03:11,899 On whose authority? 16 00:03:12,275 --> 00:03:13,400 Mine. 17 00:03:18,156 --> 00:03:21,450 The rest of you will be tried and punished accordingly. 18 00:03:23,453 --> 00:03:25,996 - What are you doing, Zod? This is madness. - What I should have done... 19 00:03:26,247 --> 00:03:26,914 ...years ago. 20 00:03:27,165 --> 00:03:28,207 These lawmakers... 21 00:03:28,458 --> 00:03:29,541 ...with their endless debates... 22 00:03:29,792 --> 00:03:30,918 ...have led Krypton to ruin. 23 00:03:34,297 --> 00:03:35,964 And if your forces prevail... 24 00:03:36,216 --> 00:03:38,842 - ...you'll be the leader of nothing. - Then join me. 25 00:03:39,093 --> 00:03:42,179 Help me save our race. We'll start anew. 26 00:03:42,430 --> 00:03:43,472 We'll sever... 27 00:03:43,723 --> 00:03:46,475 ...the degenerative bloodlines that led us to this state. 28 00:03:46,726 --> 00:03:49,978 And who will decide which bloodlines survive, Zod? 29 00:03:51,522 --> 00:03:52,356 You? 30 00:03:54,901 --> 00:03:56,610 Don't do this, El. 31 00:03:56,861 --> 00:03:59,321 The last thing I want is for us to be enemies. 32 00:03:59,572 --> 00:04:02,199 You have abandoned the principles that bound us together. 33 00:04:02,450 --> 00:04:03,450 You've taken up the sword... 34 00:04:03,701 --> 00:04:05,911 ...against your own people. 35 00:04:06,496 --> 00:04:09,373 I will honor the man you once were, Zod... 36 00:04:09,832 --> 00:04:11,792 ...not this monster you've become. 37 00:04:15,088 --> 00:04:16,421 Take him away. 38 00:04:22,595 --> 00:04:23,929 Sir? Is everything all right? 39 00:04:24,180 --> 00:04:25,472 Out of the way. 40 00:04:26,349 --> 00:04:26,932 I said-- 41 00:04:43,825 --> 00:04:44,866 Get me Lara. 42 00:04:46,202 --> 00:04:48,370 Jor. Behind you. 43 00:04:52,250 --> 00:04:54,251 Lara, you have to ready the launch. 44 00:04:54,502 --> 00:04:56,169 I'll be with you as soon as I can. 45 00:05:10,977 --> 00:05:12,144 H'Raka! 46 00:05:23,948 --> 00:05:24,990 Hyah! 47 00:05:51,601 --> 00:05:54,311 - Can you see the Codex? - It's just beneath the central hub. 48 00:05:54,562 --> 00:05:55,687 But I'm compelled to warn you. 49 00:05:55,938 --> 00:05:58,231 Breaching the genesis chamber is a Class-B crime-- 50 00:05:58,483 --> 00:06:02,069 Nobody cares anymore, Kelex. The world is about to come to an end. 51 00:07:07,218 --> 00:07:09,886 Jor-El, by the authority of General Zod... 52 00:07:10,138 --> 00:07:12,013 ...surrender the Codex. 53 00:07:27,572 --> 00:07:28,613 Unh! 54 00:07:50,261 --> 00:07:51,344 Ahhh! 55 00:08:00,021 --> 00:08:01,563 Easy, H'Raka. 56 00:08:22,502 --> 00:08:23,752 Did you find a world? 57 00:08:24,337 --> 00:08:26,630 - We have. - Orbiting a main sequence yellow star... 58 00:08:26,881 --> 00:08:28,173 ...just as you said it would. 59 00:08:29,884 --> 00:08:31,468 A young star. 60 00:08:31,844 --> 00:08:33,512 His cells will drink its radiation. 61 00:08:36,641 --> 00:08:38,892 It's a seemingly intelligent population. 62 00:08:39,810 --> 00:08:40,894 He'll be an outcast. 63 00:08:41,896 --> 00:08:43,313 A freak. 64 00:08:44,565 --> 00:08:45,357 They'll kill him. 65 00:08:45,608 --> 00:08:47,025 How? 66 00:08:47,902 --> 00:08:49,110 He'll be a god to them. 67 00:08:51,447 --> 00:08:53,573 What if the ship doesn't make it? 68 00:08:54,534 --> 00:08:55,534 He'll die out there... 69 00:08:56,953 --> 00:08:58,286 ...alone. 70 00:09:00,081 --> 00:09:01,831 I can't do it. 71 00:09:02,083 --> 00:09:03,458 I thought I could, but... 72 00:09:03,709 --> 00:09:05,460 - Lara. - ...now that he's here... 73 00:09:05,920 --> 00:09:07,629 Krypton is doomed. 74 00:09:08,839 --> 00:09:10,674 It's his only chance now. 75 00:09:11,384 --> 00:09:12,968 It's our people's only hope. 76 00:09:14,428 --> 00:09:15,637 What is it, Kelex? 77 00:09:15,888 --> 00:09:17,847 Five attack ships converging from the east. 78 00:09:18,099 --> 00:09:20,433 Citadel's defenses are being scanned and evaluated. 79 00:09:20,685 --> 00:09:21,601 I'll upload the Codex. 80 00:09:22,353 --> 00:09:23,770 No, wait. 81 00:09:24,397 --> 00:09:25,230 Lara. 82 00:09:25,481 --> 00:09:28,358 Just let me look at him. 83 00:09:31,779 --> 00:09:34,281 We'll never get to see him walk. 84 00:09:36,701 --> 00:09:38,618 Never hear him say our names. 85 00:09:44,041 --> 00:09:45,458 But out there... 86 00:09:45,710 --> 00:09:47,627 ...amongst the stars... 87 00:09:49,005 --> 00:09:50,505 ...he will live. 88 00:10:48,564 --> 00:10:49,856 Goodbye, my son. 89 00:10:51,192 --> 00:10:53,735 Our hopes and dreams travel with you. 90 00:11:32,441 --> 00:11:35,235 Concentrate fire on the main doors. 91 00:11:50,584 --> 00:11:51,543 Lady Lara. 92 00:11:51,794 --> 00:11:54,838 - The phantom drives are coming online. - Proceed to ignition. 93 00:11:55,631 --> 00:11:56,631 General. 94 00:11:56,882 --> 00:12:00,260 We have identified an engine ignition within the citadel. 95 00:12:01,220 --> 00:12:02,637 A launch. 96 00:12:03,806 --> 00:12:06,182 Hold this platform, commander. 97 00:12:18,612 --> 00:12:20,530 I know you stole the Codex, Jor-El. 98 00:12:21,699 --> 00:12:22,699 Surrender it... 99 00:12:22,950 --> 00:12:24,951 ...and I'll let you live. 100 00:12:25,578 --> 00:12:28,121 This is a second chance for all of Krypton... 101 00:12:28,372 --> 00:12:30,707 ...not just the bloodlines you deem worthy. 102 00:12:32,251 --> 00:12:33,418 What have you done? 103 00:12:33,669 --> 00:12:35,962 We've had a child, Zod. 104 00:12:36,964 --> 00:12:38,339 A boy child. 105 00:12:38,591 --> 00:12:41,593 Krypton's first natural birth in centuries. 106 00:12:42,553 --> 00:12:44,262 And he will be free. 107 00:12:44,764 --> 00:12:47,223 Free to forge his own destiny. 108 00:12:48,100 --> 00:12:49,559 Heresy. 109 00:12:51,479 --> 00:12:52,145 Destroy it. 110 00:13:01,155 --> 00:13:02,197 Ah! 111 00:13:45,616 --> 00:13:46,616 Lara... 112 00:13:46,784 --> 00:13:48,159 ...listen to me. 113 00:13:48,410 --> 00:13:52,038 The Codex is Krypton's future. 114 00:13:52,289 --> 00:13:54,749 Abort the launch. 115 00:14:13,936 --> 00:14:15,687 No! 116 00:14:45,634 --> 00:14:46,885 Your son, Lara... 117 00:14:48,178 --> 00:14:50,096 ...where have you sent him? 118 00:14:53,601 --> 00:14:55,351 His name... 119 00:14:55,603 --> 00:14:56,686 ...is Kal... 120 00:14:57,354 --> 00:14:59,188 ...son of El. 121 00:15:02,318 --> 00:15:04,652 And he's beyond your reach. 122 00:15:15,289 --> 00:15:16,789 Bring that ship down. 123 00:15:25,132 --> 00:15:26,507 Target locked. 124 00:15:38,228 --> 00:15:39,687 Lay down your weapons. 125 00:15:39,939 --> 00:15:42,023 Your forces are surrounded. 126 00:15:52,117 --> 00:15:53,576 General Zod... 127 00:15:53,827 --> 00:15:56,579 ...for the crimes of murder and high treason... 128 00:15:56,830 --> 00:16:00,041 ...the Council has sentenced you and your fellow insurgents... 129 00:16:01,210 --> 00:16:04,671 ...to three hundred cycles of somatic reconditioning. 130 00:16:06,173 --> 00:16:07,966 Do you have any last words? 131 00:16:11,261 --> 00:16:12,220 You won't kill us yourself! 132 00:16:13,722 --> 00:16:15,848 You wouldn't sully your hands! But you'll damn us... 133 00:16:16,100 --> 00:16:18,267 ...to a black hole for eternity! 134 00:16:20,354 --> 00:16:21,396 Jor-El was right. 135 00:16:21,647 --> 00:16:25,316 You're a pack of fools, every last one of you. 136 00:16:26,235 --> 00:16:27,402 And you. 137 00:16:29,113 --> 00:16:31,572 You believe your son is safe? 138 00:16:32,282 --> 00:16:33,992 I will find him. 139 00:16:34,243 --> 00:16:37,537 I will reclaim what you have taken from us. 140 00:16:39,957 --> 00:16:41,541 I will find him. 141 00:16:42,751 --> 00:16:44,836 I will find him, Lara. 142 00:16:47,923 --> 00:16:50,466 I will find him! 143 00:17:00,310 --> 00:17:02,061 Argh! 144 00:18:31,693 --> 00:18:34,821 Lady Lara, shouldn't you find refuge? 145 00:18:35,614 --> 00:18:38,574 There is no refuge, Kelor. 146 00:18:39,535 --> 00:18:41,494 Jor-El was right. 147 00:18:43,914 --> 00:18:45,331 This is the end. 148 00:18:57,386 --> 00:19:00,263 Make a better world than ours, Kal. 149 00:20:32,439 --> 00:20:33,940 Watch it, dumb-ass! 150 00:20:34,191 --> 00:20:36,692 Keep your eyes open or you're gonna get squashed. 151 00:20:38,695 --> 00:20:41,155 Where the hell did they find you, greenhorn? 152 00:20:41,406 --> 00:20:42,865 Let's get this trap in the air. 153 00:20:43,116 --> 00:20:44,659 Gentlemen, secure the deck. 154 00:20:44,910 --> 00:20:47,912 We just got a distress call from a rig due west of us. 155 00:20:48,163 --> 00:20:49,455 Secure the deck. 156 00:20:54,169 --> 00:20:55,711 All civilian boats, stand clear. 157 00:20:55,963 --> 00:20:58,631 The sub-sea valves failed and the rig is about to explode. 158 00:20:58,882 --> 00:21:01,217 Roger, Coast Guard. What about the men left inside? 159 00:21:01,468 --> 00:21:03,803 - Forget them. They're dead. - Greenhorn... 160 00:21:04,054 --> 00:21:06,097 ...fetch me my binoculars. 161 00:21:07,641 --> 00:21:08,975 Greenhorn. 162 00:21:17,317 --> 00:21:20,861 This is the last of the oxygen. I don't know how much longer we can hold out. 163 00:21:31,206 --> 00:21:33,916 This is Coast Guard 6510. We'll make one more pass, then get out. 164 00:21:36,753 --> 00:21:38,879 Wait, wait. I got some guys on the helipad. 165 00:21:39,131 --> 00:21:39,714 Right here! 166 00:21:45,262 --> 00:21:47,138 Come on, come on! Let's go! Let's go! 167 00:21:47,347 --> 00:21:49,140 - Let's go! - Let's go! 168 00:21:59,693 --> 00:22:00,860 Get that last guy loaded. 169 00:22:01,111 --> 00:22:02,486 We have got to go. 170 00:22:02,738 --> 00:22:04,405 Hey, let's go. What are you doing? 171 00:22:10,537 --> 00:22:11,620 Go! Go! 172 00:22:13,790 --> 00:22:14,832 Argh! 173 00:22:22,507 --> 00:22:24,008 Argh! 174 00:22:49,534 --> 00:22:51,577 --when Kansas became a territory? 175 00:22:53,789 --> 00:22:54,747 Clark. 176 00:22:56,750 --> 00:22:57,708 Are you listening, Clark? 177 00:23:02,923 --> 00:23:04,840 I asked if you could tell me who first... 178 00:23:05,092 --> 00:23:06,133 ...settled Kansas. 179 00:23:19,356 --> 00:23:20,523 Are you all right, Clark? 180 00:23:28,990 --> 00:23:30,366 Clark. 181 00:23:31,618 --> 00:23:32,910 Clark. 182 00:23:36,498 --> 00:23:37,081 Clark! 183 00:23:41,086 --> 00:23:42,628 Clark, come out of there. 184 00:23:42,879 --> 00:23:44,213 Leave me alone. 185 00:23:45,257 --> 00:23:46,841 Clark, I have called your mother. 186 00:23:48,176 --> 00:23:49,218 Clark? 187 00:23:51,054 --> 00:23:52,179 Ah! 188 00:23:52,347 --> 00:23:53,347 I'm here. 189 00:23:53,598 --> 00:23:55,558 Clark, honey, it's Mom. 190 00:23:57,978 --> 00:23:59,019 Will you open the door? 191 00:23:59,271 --> 00:24:01,230 - What's wrong with him? - He's such a freak. 192 00:24:01,481 --> 00:24:02,314 Crybaby. 193 00:24:02,566 --> 00:24:05,025 His parents won't even let him play with other kids. 194 00:24:05,277 --> 00:24:06,277 I know. 195 00:24:06,528 --> 00:24:07,361 Sweetie. 196 00:24:08,530 --> 00:24:10,656 How can I help you if you won't let me in? 197 00:24:10,907 --> 00:24:13,242 The world's too big, Mom. 198 00:24:13,493 --> 00:24:15,119 Then make it small. 199 00:24:17,497 --> 00:24:18,747 Just, um... 200 00:24:21,585 --> 00:24:22,710 ...focus on my voice. 201 00:24:25,255 --> 00:24:27,214 Pretend it's an island... 202 00:24:27,382 --> 00:24:29,258 ...out in the ocean. 203 00:24:30,802 --> 00:24:32,094 Can you see it? 204 00:24:35,807 --> 00:24:36,849 I see it. 205 00:24:38,185 --> 00:24:40,186 Then swim towards it, honey. 206 00:24:53,450 --> 00:24:55,284 What's wrong with me, Mom? 207 00:24:57,913 --> 00:24:59,413 Clark. 208 00:24:59,664 --> 00:25:01,165 Clark. 209 00:25:29,819 --> 00:25:31,695 - Did you get everything I need? - Yep. 210 00:25:31,947 --> 00:25:33,614 Hold it, hold it. 211 00:26:23,456 --> 00:26:24,999 Hey, ass-wipe. 212 00:26:25,542 --> 00:26:27,209 What do you think? You see the game? 213 00:26:27,460 --> 00:26:29,962 - Leave him alone, Pete. - What are you, his girlfriend? 214 00:26:30,213 --> 00:26:31,880 I wanna hear what he has to say. 215 00:26:34,259 --> 00:26:34,925 Come on... 216 00:26:35,176 --> 00:26:35,843 ...dick-splash. 217 00:28:16,820 --> 00:28:17,820 My son was there. 218 00:28:18,071 --> 00:28:20,280 He was in the bus. 219 00:28:20,532 --> 00:28:23,325 - He saw what Clark did. - I know he did. 220 00:28:24,285 --> 00:28:28,288 - I'm sure what he thought he saw was-- - Was an act of God, Jonathan. 221 00:28:29,332 --> 00:28:31,709 This was providence. 222 00:28:35,463 --> 00:28:37,506 I think you're blowing it out of proportion. 223 00:28:37,757 --> 00:28:41,009 No, I'm not. Lana saw it too. 224 00:28:41,261 --> 00:28:42,261 And the Fordham boy. 225 00:28:42,512 --> 00:28:43,721 This isn't the first time... 226 00:28:43,972 --> 00:28:45,889 ...Clark's done something like this. 227 00:29:01,239 --> 00:29:03,073 I just wanted to help. 228 00:29:03,533 --> 00:29:06,285 I know you did, but we talked about this. 229 00:29:06,536 --> 00:29:07,828 Right? 230 00:29:08,288 --> 00:29:10,998 Right? We talked about this. You have... 231 00:29:11,499 --> 00:29:14,918 Clark, you have to keep this side of yourself a secret. 232 00:29:15,378 --> 00:29:19,256 What was I supposed to do? Just let them die? 233 00:29:24,053 --> 00:29:25,471 Maybe. 234 00:29:27,390 --> 00:29:31,393 There's more at stake here than just our lives, Clark, or the lives of those around us. 235 00:29:34,355 --> 00:29:35,731 When the world... 236 00:29:36,691 --> 00:29:40,694 When the world finds out what you can do it's gonna change everything. Our... 237 00:29:40,945 --> 00:29:43,530 Our beliefs, our notions of... 238 00:29:43,782 --> 00:29:46,492 ...what it means to be human. Everything. 239 00:29:46,743 --> 00:29:49,536 You saw how Pete's mom reacted, right? 240 00:29:49,788 --> 00:29:51,997 She was scared, Clark. 241 00:29:53,124 --> 00:29:53,957 Why? 242 00:29:55,835 --> 00:29:58,670 People are afraid of what they don't understand. 243 00:29:58,922 --> 00:29:59,838 Is she right? 244 00:30:01,966 --> 00:30:03,801 Did God do this to me? 245 00:30:05,386 --> 00:30:06,887 Tell me. 246 00:30:21,653 --> 00:30:23,320 We found you in this. 247 00:30:25,281 --> 00:30:28,242 We were sure the government was gonna show up on our doorstep... 248 00:30:28,493 --> 00:30:30,452 ...but no one ever came. 249 00:30:44,968 --> 00:30:46,635 This was in that chamber with you. 250 00:30:49,180 --> 00:30:50,556 I took it to a metallurgist... 251 00:30:50,807 --> 00:30:52,140 ...at Kansas State. 252 00:30:52,392 --> 00:30:54,977 He said whatever it was made from didn't even... 253 00:30:55,937 --> 00:30:58,689 Didn't even exist on the periodic table. 254 00:31:00,650 --> 00:31:01,817 That's another way of saying... 255 00:31:02,068 --> 00:31:04,319 ...that it's not from this world, Clark. 256 00:31:06,447 --> 00:31:07,698 And neither are you. 257 00:31:10,410 --> 00:31:11,952 You're the answer, son. 258 00:31:12,203 --> 00:31:14,580 You're the answer to "Are we alone in the universe?" 259 00:31:16,749 --> 00:31:18,166 I don't wanna be. 260 00:31:18,418 --> 00:31:20,294 And I don't blame you, son. 261 00:31:20,879 --> 00:31:23,589 It'd be a huge burden for anyone to bear. 262 00:31:23,840 --> 00:31:27,259 But you're not just anyone, Clark, and I have to believe that you were... 263 00:31:28,428 --> 00:31:30,262 That you were sent here for a reason. 264 00:31:31,514 --> 00:31:34,099 All these changes that you're going through, one day... 265 00:31:34,350 --> 00:31:37,686 One day you're gonna think of them as a blessing. When that day comes... 266 00:31:37,937 --> 00:31:39,354 ...you have to make a choice. 267 00:31:39,606 --> 00:31:43,609 A choice of whether to stand proud in front of the human race or not. 268 00:31:45,361 --> 00:31:48,030 Can't I just keep pretending I'm your son? 269 00:31:48,740 --> 00:31:50,657 You are my son. 270 00:31:55,121 --> 00:31:57,122 But somewhere out there you've... 271 00:31:57,832 --> 00:32:01,043 You have another father too, who gave you another name. 272 00:32:04,130 --> 00:32:04,963 And he sent you here... 273 00:32:05,214 --> 00:32:07,007 ...for a reason, Clark. 274 00:32:08,760 --> 00:32:12,429 And even if it takes you the rest of your life, you owe it to yourself... 275 00:32:12,680 --> 00:32:14,806 ...to find out what that reason is. 276 00:32:23,024 --> 00:32:26,860 ♪ Bound by wild desire ♪ 277 00:32:27,070 --> 00:32:30,113 ♪ I fell into a ring of fire ♪ 278 00:32:30,281 --> 00:32:32,449 Wait a second. Aren't you here for the exercise? 279 00:32:32,700 --> 00:32:34,368 No, there was a change in the plans. 280 00:32:34,619 --> 00:32:36,703 Somebody found something strange on Ellesmere. 281 00:32:37,246 --> 00:32:39,915 - Aircom's making runs out there all week. - That rat hole? 282 00:32:40,166 --> 00:32:42,250 - You gotta be kidding me. - I know. It's crazy. 283 00:32:42,502 --> 00:32:44,211 The Americans are there too, lots of them. 284 00:32:44,462 --> 00:32:47,047 - Anything else? - They're calling it an anomalous object. 285 00:32:47,298 --> 00:32:49,549 - Whatever that means. - Back off, Ludlow. I'm serious. 286 00:32:49,801 --> 00:32:51,593 - Oh, come on, Chrissy. - Knock it off. 287 00:32:51,844 --> 00:32:53,261 - Sit down. - Let me go. 288 00:32:53,513 --> 00:32:55,180 Hey. Leave her alone, man. 289 00:32:59,519 --> 00:33:01,228 Or what, tough guy? 290 00:33:01,771 --> 00:33:05,190 Or I'm gonna have to ask you to leave. 291 00:33:06,401 --> 00:33:09,444 I think I'll probably just leave when I'm good and ready. 292 00:33:11,948 --> 00:33:12,739 Ooh. 293 00:33:19,414 --> 00:33:21,081 Oh, there he is. 294 00:33:28,381 --> 00:33:30,382 It's not worth it, sweetie. 295 00:33:38,516 --> 00:33:40,892 Hey, asshole, don't forget your tip. 296 00:33:43,062 --> 00:33:44,855 Strike. 297 00:34:35,406 --> 00:34:36,823 Thanks. 298 00:34:37,658 --> 00:34:38,867 Hi. 299 00:34:39,118 --> 00:34:40,827 Miss Lane. How you doing? 300 00:34:41,079 --> 00:34:43,288 - Good. - Jed Eubanks, Arctic Cargo. 301 00:34:43,539 --> 00:34:45,791 How far to the station? 302 00:34:46,250 --> 00:34:49,336 - Camp's just over the rise. I'll walk you over. - Great. 303 00:34:49,587 --> 00:34:51,797 Joe can take your bags. Joe. 304 00:34:52,048 --> 00:34:53,298 Help her out. 305 00:34:53,549 --> 00:34:56,051 Careful with those. They're heavy. 306 00:34:58,513 --> 00:35:00,138 I gotta confess, Miss Lane... 307 00:35:00,389 --> 00:35:03,225 ...I'm not a fan of the Daily Planet. 308 00:35:03,643 --> 00:35:07,604 But those pieces you wrote when you were embedded with the 1st Division were... 309 00:35:07,855 --> 00:35:09,689 Well, they were pretty impressive. 310 00:35:09,941 --> 00:35:13,902 Well, what can I say? I get writer's block if I'm not wearing a flak jacket. 311 00:35:19,617 --> 00:35:20,617 Miss Lane. 312 00:35:20,868 --> 00:35:23,495 I'm Colonel Hardy, U.S. Northcom. Dr. Emil Hamilton... 313 00:35:23,746 --> 00:35:24,871 ...from DARPA. 314 00:35:25,123 --> 00:35:26,289 - You're early. - Hi. 315 00:35:26,541 --> 00:35:27,999 We were expecting you tomorrow. 316 00:35:28,251 --> 00:35:30,710 Which is why I showed up today. 317 00:35:31,379 --> 00:35:33,547 Look, let's get one thing straight, guys, okay? 318 00:35:33,798 --> 00:35:36,633 The only reason I'm here is because we're on Canadian soil... 319 00:35:36,884 --> 00:35:40,303 ...and the appellate court overruled your injunction to keep me away. 320 00:35:40,555 --> 00:35:42,681 So if we're done measuring dicks... 321 00:35:42,932 --> 00:35:45,267 ...can you have your people show me what you found? 322 00:35:47,353 --> 00:35:48,478 NASA's EOS satellites... 323 00:35:48,729 --> 00:35:50,480 ...pinged the anomaly first. 324 00:35:50,731 --> 00:35:53,191 The ice shelf plays hell on the echo soundings. 325 00:35:53,442 --> 00:35:55,777 - But there's something there. - A submarine, maybe? 326 00:35:56,028 --> 00:35:56,820 Soviet-era? 327 00:35:57,071 --> 00:35:58,655 Doubtful. That's 300 meters. 328 00:35:58,906 --> 00:36:01,867 Considerably larger than anything we know they built back then. 329 00:36:02,118 --> 00:36:03,368 But here's the spooky part. 330 00:36:04,579 --> 00:36:07,038 The ice surrounding the object... 331 00:36:07,290 --> 00:36:10,375 ...it's nearly twenty thousand years old. 332 00:36:11,836 --> 00:36:12,669 Miss Lane? 333 00:36:14,046 --> 00:36:15,297 Try not to wander. 334 00:36:15,548 --> 00:36:18,633 Temperatures drop to minus 40 at night around here. 335 00:36:18,885 --> 00:36:21,136 Wouldn't find your body till after spring. 336 00:36:24,140 --> 00:36:25,640 And there you go. 337 00:36:29,228 --> 00:36:30,687 What if I need to tinkle? 338 00:36:31,397 --> 00:36:33,023 There's a bucket in the corner. 339 00:37:07,225 --> 00:37:09,392 Where the hell are you going? 340 00:39:18,731 --> 00:39:20,106 Hello? 341 00:40:55,578 --> 00:40:58,705 It's all right, it's all right, it's all right. It's all right. 342 00:41:13,012 --> 00:41:14,888 You're hemorrhaging internally... 343 00:41:15,139 --> 00:41:17,515 ...and if I don't cauterize this bleed... 344 00:41:18,684 --> 00:41:19,350 How can--? 345 00:41:19,602 --> 00:41:22,145 I can do things that other people can't. 346 00:41:23,147 --> 00:41:24,272 Now hold my hand. 347 00:41:25,107 --> 00:41:26,691 This is gonna hurt. 348 00:42:28,379 --> 00:42:30,505 What Colonel Hardy and his team surmised... 349 00:42:30,756 --> 00:42:32,257 ...was a Soviet-era submarine... 350 00:42:32,508 --> 00:42:34,968 ...was actually something much more exotic. 351 00:42:35,219 --> 00:42:39,055 An isotope analysis of the surrounding ice bores suggests that an object... 352 00:42:39,306 --> 00:42:43,142 ...had been trapped in the glacier for over 18,000 years. 353 00:42:43,394 --> 00:42:44,936 As for my rescuer? 354 00:42:45,187 --> 00:42:47,564 He disappeared during the object's departure. 355 00:42:47,982 --> 00:42:50,358 A background check revealed that his work history... 356 00:42:50,609 --> 00:42:52,694 ...and identity had been falsified. 357 00:42:52,945 --> 00:42:54,821 The questions raised by my rescuer's... 358 00:42:55,072 --> 00:42:56,906 ...existence are frightening to contemplate... 359 00:42:57,157 --> 00:42:58,783 ...but I also know what I saw. 360 00:43:00,703 --> 00:43:03,288 "And I have arrived at the inescapable conclusion... 361 00:43:03,539 --> 00:43:05,540 ...that the object and its occupant... 362 00:43:05,791 --> 00:43:07,709 ...did not originate on Earth." 363 00:43:09,461 --> 00:43:12,755 I can't print this, Lois. You might have hallucinated half of it. 364 00:43:13,007 --> 00:43:15,091 What about the contractors who corroborated... 365 00:43:15,342 --> 00:43:18,511 - ...my story? - The Pentagon is denying that there was a ship. 366 00:43:18,762 --> 00:43:20,597 Of course they are. They're supposed to. 367 00:43:20,848 --> 00:43:22,348 It's the Pentagon. 368 00:43:22,600 --> 00:43:24,267 Perry, it's me we're talking about. 369 00:43:24,518 --> 00:43:27,186 - I'm a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. - Then act like it. 370 00:43:27,438 --> 00:43:29,564 - Print it or I walk. - You can't. 371 00:43:29,815 --> 00:43:30,857 You're under contract. 372 00:43:33,319 --> 00:43:37,322 I'm not running a story about aliens walking among us. 373 00:43:43,621 --> 00:43:45,204 Never gonna happen. 374 00:43:48,459 --> 00:43:50,835 That's a Scotch, straight-up, for the lady. 375 00:43:51,086 --> 00:43:52,378 I'm sending you the article. 376 00:43:52,630 --> 00:43:55,089 My editor won't print it, but if it leaked online... 377 00:43:55,341 --> 00:43:56,633 Got it. 378 00:43:56,884 --> 00:43:59,302 But didn't you once describe my site... 379 00:43:59,553 --> 00:44:02,347 ...as a creeping cancer of falsehoods? 380 00:44:02,931 --> 00:44:05,516 I stand by my words, Woodburn, but I want this story... 381 00:44:05,768 --> 00:44:06,934 - ...out there. - Why? 382 00:44:07,978 --> 00:44:11,314 Because I want my mystery man to know I know the truth. 383 00:44:25,663 --> 00:44:27,622 Recursive diagnostics complete. 384 00:44:28,457 --> 00:44:30,667 Guiding presence authenticated. 385 00:44:30,918 --> 00:44:33,461 All systems operational. 386 00:44:45,557 --> 00:44:49,477 To see you standing there having grown into an adult... 387 00:44:51,730 --> 00:44:53,564 If only Lara could have witnessed this. 388 00:44:54,692 --> 00:44:55,900 Who are you? 389 00:44:56,902 --> 00:44:58,861 I am your father, Kal. 390 00:45:00,239 --> 00:45:02,115 Or at least a shadow of him. 391 00:45:02,616 --> 00:45:04,325 His consciousness. 392 00:45:06,120 --> 00:45:09,205 My name was Jor-El. 393 00:45:11,875 --> 00:45:13,501 And Kal? 394 00:45:16,755 --> 00:45:17,964 That's my name. 395 00:45:18,841 --> 00:45:22,051 Kal-El. It is. 396 00:45:22,761 --> 00:45:24,804 I have so many questions. 397 00:45:27,516 --> 00:45:29,142 Where do I come from? 398 00:45:30,853 --> 00:45:32,729 Why did you send me here? 399 00:45:33,564 --> 00:45:35,440 You came from Krypton. 400 00:45:38,152 --> 00:45:42,155 A world with a much harsher environment than Earth's. 401 00:45:45,951 --> 00:45:47,577 Long ago... 402 00:45:47,828 --> 00:45:50,037 ...in an era of expansion... 403 00:45:50,289 --> 00:45:53,499 ...our race spread out through the stars... 404 00:45:53,751 --> 00:45:56,461 ...seeking new worlds to settle upon. 405 00:45:57,588 --> 00:46:01,090 This scout ship was one of thousands launched into the void. 406 00:46:03,677 --> 00:46:06,262 We built outposts on other planets... 407 00:46:06,513 --> 00:46:10,224 ...using great machines to reshape environments to our needs. 408 00:46:12,436 --> 00:46:16,439 For 100,000 years, our civilization flourished... 409 00:46:17,983 --> 00:46:19,984 ...accomplishing wonders. 410 00:46:21,153 --> 00:46:22,779 What happened? 411 00:46:24,782 --> 00:46:27,867 Artificial population control was established. 412 00:46:28,577 --> 00:46:32,205 The outposts on space exploration were abandoned. 413 00:46:32,790 --> 00:46:35,374 We exhausted our natural resources. 414 00:46:35,626 --> 00:46:39,629 As a result, our planet's core became unstable. 415 00:46:42,090 --> 00:46:44,634 Eventually, our military leader... 416 00:46:44,885 --> 00:46:48,763 ...General Zod, attempted a coup. 417 00:46:50,724 --> 00:46:52,892 But by then it was too late. 418 00:46:54,144 --> 00:46:56,771 Your mother and I foresaw the coming calamity... 419 00:46:57,022 --> 00:46:59,816 ...and we took certain steps to ensure your survival. 420 00:47:01,902 --> 00:47:03,528 This is a genesis chamber. 421 00:47:04,404 --> 00:47:07,532 All Kryptonians were conceived in chambers such as this. 422 00:47:07,783 --> 00:47:11,494 Every child was designed to fulfill a pre-determined role in our society... 423 00:47:11,745 --> 00:47:12,578 ...as a worker... 424 00:47:12,830 --> 00:47:15,957 ...a warrior, a leader and so on. 425 00:47:16,208 --> 00:47:19,460 Your mother and I believed Krypton lost something precious. 426 00:47:19,711 --> 00:47:21,921 The element of choice, of chance. 427 00:47:22,422 --> 00:47:24,590 What if a child dreamed of becoming something... 428 00:47:24,842 --> 00:47:27,343 ...other than what society had intended for him or her? 429 00:47:28,887 --> 00:47:31,472 What if a child aspired to something greater? 430 00:47:32,266 --> 00:47:34,267 You were the embodiment of that belief, Kal. 431 00:47:34,518 --> 00:47:36,978 Krypton's first natural birth in centuries. 432 00:47:38,105 --> 00:47:40,773 That's why we risked so much to save you. 433 00:47:41,900 --> 00:47:43,317 Why didn't you come with me? 434 00:47:46,864 --> 00:47:48,614 We couldn't, Kal. 435 00:47:49,658 --> 00:47:50,658 No matter how much... 436 00:47:50,909 --> 00:47:52,118 ...we wanted to. 437 00:47:52,619 --> 00:47:54,620 No matter how much we loved you. 438 00:47:55,372 --> 00:47:56,747 Your mother, Lara, and I... 439 00:47:56,999 --> 00:48:00,126 ...were a product of the failures of our world as much as Zod was... 440 00:48:00,377 --> 00:48:02,044 ...tied to its fate. 441 00:48:02,296 --> 00:48:04,338 - So I'm alone. - No. 442 00:48:06,091 --> 00:48:09,760 You're as much a child of Earth now as you are of Krypton. 443 00:48:10,012 --> 00:48:13,180 You can embody the best of both worlds. 444 00:48:13,432 --> 00:48:17,059 A dream your mother and I dedicated our lives to preserve. 445 00:48:21,607 --> 00:48:24,567 The people of Earth are different from us, it's true. 446 00:48:24,818 --> 00:48:27,737 But, ultimately, I believe that's a good thing. 447 00:48:27,988 --> 00:48:30,406 They won't necessarily make the same mistakes we did. 448 00:48:30,657 --> 00:48:32,617 Not if you guide them, Kal. 449 00:48:34,202 --> 00:48:36,245 Not if you give them hope. 450 00:48:39,666 --> 00:48:41,834 That's what this symbol means. 451 00:48:42,544 --> 00:48:44,879 The symbol of the house of El means hope. 452 00:48:45,130 --> 00:48:47,632 Embodied within that hope is the fundamental belief... 453 00:48:47,883 --> 00:48:51,802 ...in the potential of every person to be a force for good. 454 00:48:52,930 --> 00:48:54,972 That's what you can bring them. 455 00:49:15,160 --> 00:49:16,994 Why am I so different from them? 456 00:49:18,246 --> 00:49:20,748 Earth's sun is younger and brighter than Krypton's was. 457 00:49:22,668 --> 00:49:25,044 Your cells have drunk in its radiation... 458 00:49:25,295 --> 00:49:29,298 ...strengthening your muscles, your skin, your senses. 459 00:49:29,841 --> 00:49:33,844 Earth's gravity is weaker, yet its atmosphere is more nourishing. 460 00:49:35,138 --> 00:49:38,140 You've grown stronger here than I ever could have imagined. 461 00:49:38,392 --> 00:49:39,976 The only way to know how strong... 462 00:49:41,061 --> 00:49:44,188 ...is to keep testing your limits. 463 00:50:02,958 --> 00:50:03,624 Unh! 464 00:50:11,341 --> 00:50:13,175 Uh-- Oh. 465 00:50:14,803 --> 00:50:16,095 Whoa! 466 00:50:36,450 --> 00:50:40,453 You will give the people of Earth an ideal to strive towards. 467 00:50:42,122 --> 00:50:43,914 They'll race behind you. 468 00:50:44,166 --> 00:50:45,541 They will stumble. 469 00:50:45,792 --> 00:50:46,917 They will fall. 470 00:50:47,169 --> 00:50:48,878 But in time... 471 00:50:50,422 --> 00:50:53,049 ...they will join you in the sun, Kal. 472 00:50:54,551 --> 00:50:56,260 In time... 473 00:50:56,595 --> 00:50:59,180 ...you will help them accomplish wonders. 474 00:52:21,596 --> 00:52:25,558 How do you find someone who has spent a lifetime covering his tracks? 475 00:52:25,934 --> 00:52:27,560 You start with the urban legends... 476 00:52:27,811 --> 00:52:30,146 - ...that have sprung up in his wake. - That's Joe. 477 00:52:30,397 --> 00:52:31,772 The friends of a friend... 478 00:52:32,023 --> 00:52:34,024 - ...who have seen him. - He worked here. 479 00:52:34,276 --> 00:52:37,111 For some he was a guardian angel. For others, a cipher... 480 00:52:37,362 --> 00:52:39,113 ...a ghost who never quite fit in. 481 00:52:40,031 --> 00:52:41,490 Well, I was saying we were... 482 00:52:41,741 --> 00:52:42,950 ...coming towards the oil rig. 483 00:52:43,201 --> 00:52:46,328 As you work your way back in time, the stories form a pattern. 484 00:52:47,080 --> 00:52:49,123 I'm looking for a Pete Ross. Do you know him? 485 00:52:49,374 --> 00:52:52,209 Yeah, he works at the IHOP. If you go down the road... 486 00:52:54,129 --> 00:52:54,837 Pete Ross? 487 00:52:57,174 --> 00:53:00,384 I'd like to talk to you about an accident when you were younger. 488 00:53:00,635 --> 00:53:03,137 A school bus that went into the river. 489 00:53:08,643 --> 00:53:10,769 Dusty. Shh-shh-shh. 490 00:53:10,937 --> 00:53:11,979 Mrs. Kent? 491 00:53:12,939 --> 00:53:14,857 I'm Lois Lane. I'm from the Daily Planet. 492 00:53:15,942 --> 00:53:16,650 Quiet. 493 00:53:18,278 --> 00:53:21,739 I'm from the Daily Planet and I'd like to talk to you about your son. 494 00:53:39,841 --> 00:53:43,844 I figured if I turned over enough stones you'd eventually find me. 495 00:53:49,434 --> 00:53:52,478 Where are you from? What are you doing here? 496 00:53:52,729 --> 00:53:54,063 Let me tell your story. 497 00:53:54,314 --> 00:53:57,441 What if I don't want my story told? 498 00:53:57,692 --> 00:53:59,485 It's going to come out eventually. 499 00:53:59,736 --> 00:54:02,780 Somebody's going to get a photograph or figure out where you live. 500 00:54:03,031 --> 00:54:05,991 - Then I'll disappear again. - The only way you could disappear... 501 00:54:06,243 --> 00:54:10,246 ...is to stop helping people altogether, and I sense that's not an option for you. 502 00:54:14,417 --> 00:54:18,420 My father believed that if the world found out who I really was... 503 00:54:20,423 --> 00:54:21,423 ...they'd reject me... 504 00:54:22,175 --> 00:54:23,801 ...out of fear. 505 00:54:25,845 --> 00:54:27,888 I'm tired of safe. 506 00:54:28,139 --> 00:54:30,224 I just wanna do something useful with my life. 507 00:54:30,475 --> 00:54:33,060 So farming, feeding people. That's not useful? 508 00:54:33,311 --> 00:54:34,144 I didn't say that. 509 00:54:34,396 --> 00:54:36,522 Our family's been farming for five generations. 510 00:54:36,773 --> 00:54:38,691 Your family, not mine. 511 00:54:38,942 --> 00:54:41,902 I don't even know why I'm listening to you. You're not my dad. 512 00:54:42,153 --> 00:54:43,529 You're just some guy who found me in a field. 513 00:54:43,780 --> 00:54:44,947 Clark. 514 00:54:47,325 --> 00:54:48,993 It's all right, Martha. 515 00:54:50,829 --> 00:54:52,913 He's right. Clark has a point. 516 00:54:53,498 --> 00:54:54,540 We're not your parents. 517 00:54:56,626 --> 00:54:58,335 But we've been doing the best we can. 518 00:54:58,586 --> 00:55:01,964 And we've been making this up as we go along, so maybe... 519 00:55:02,215 --> 00:55:04,591 Maybe our best isn't good enough anymore. 520 00:55:09,639 --> 00:55:11,682 Look, Dad-- 521 00:55:11,933 --> 00:55:13,392 Hold on. 522 00:55:33,121 --> 00:55:34,830 Go for the overpass. 523 00:55:36,624 --> 00:55:37,750 Go for the overpass! 524 00:55:40,086 --> 00:55:41,712 Take cover! Take cover! 525 00:55:41,963 --> 00:55:44,340 - Over there. Just follow them. - Take cover. 526 00:55:48,094 --> 00:55:49,261 She's stuck. 527 00:55:53,808 --> 00:55:55,684 Hank's still in the car. 528 00:55:56,519 --> 00:55:57,561 Hank's in the car. 529 00:55:58,438 --> 00:56:00,564 - I'll get him, I'll get him. - No, no. 530 00:56:01,107 --> 00:56:03,317 Get your mom to the overpass. 531 00:56:21,711 --> 00:56:23,504 Hank! Hank! Come! 532 00:56:32,430 --> 00:56:33,639 - Jonathan! - Mom, it's okay. 533 00:56:54,661 --> 00:56:56,078 - Jonathan! - Mom, stay here. 534 00:57:21,896 --> 00:57:24,398 Dad! 535 00:57:26,943 --> 00:57:30,028 I let my father die because I trusted him. 536 00:57:30,905 --> 00:57:34,825 Because he was convinced that I had to wait. 537 00:57:35,577 --> 00:57:37,744 That the world was not ready. 538 00:57:39,497 --> 00:57:41,123 What do you think? 539 00:57:46,045 --> 00:57:47,671 You better watch out, Lois. 540 00:57:48,173 --> 00:57:50,466 Hey, Perry's gunning for you. 541 00:57:50,717 --> 00:57:54,470 He knows you're Woodburn's anonymous source and cannot wait to rip you a new one. 542 00:57:56,848 --> 00:57:58,265 Oh, look at her. 543 00:58:00,268 --> 00:58:02,811 I told you not to run with this, and what do you do? 544 00:58:03,062 --> 00:58:05,564 You let Woodburn just shotgun it all over the Internet. 545 00:58:05,815 --> 00:58:08,692 Now the publishers want me to sue you. 546 00:58:08,943 --> 00:58:12,196 Well, if it makes a difference, I'm dropping it. 547 00:58:12,447 --> 00:58:13,447 Whoa, just like that? 548 00:58:13,698 --> 00:58:14,698 Yep. 549 00:58:15,074 --> 00:58:16,366 What happened to your leads? 550 00:58:17,035 --> 00:58:19,661 They didn't pan out. The story is smoke. 551 00:58:19,913 --> 00:58:21,830 Or it didn't get the traction you hoped? 552 00:58:24,209 --> 00:58:25,042 Two weeks leave... 553 00:58:25,293 --> 00:58:26,919 ...no pay, that's your penance. 554 00:58:27,170 --> 00:58:28,837 You try something like this again... 555 00:58:29,088 --> 00:58:30,756 - ...you're done here. - Fine. 556 00:58:31,007 --> 00:58:33,717 Let's make it three weeks since you're so willing to agree. 557 00:58:33,968 --> 00:58:35,469 - Perry. - No, no. Don't. Don't. 558 00:58:37,138 --> 00:58:38,805 I believe you saw something, Lois. 559 00:58:39,307 --> 00:58:42,309 But not for a moment do I believe that your leads just went cold. 560 00:58:42,560 --> 00:58:46,063 So whatever your reasons are for dropping it... 561 00:58:47,106 --> 00:58:48,941 ...I think you're doing the right thing. 562 00:58:49,484 --> 00:58:50,734 Why? 563 00:58:52,111 --> 00:58:55,739 Can you imagine how people on this planet would react... 564 00:58:57,992 --> 00:59:01,453 ...if they knew there was someone like this out there? 565 00:59:19,597 --> 00:59:20,597 Go get him. 566 00:59:27,438 --> 00:59:29,064 Well, look at you. 567 00:59:46,124 --> 00:59:47,916 A reporter came by here. 568 00:59:48,501 --> 00:59:50,711 She's a friend. Don't worry. 569 00:59:51,462 --> 00:59:52,796 Oh. 570 00:59:53,715 --> 00:59:54,590 Mom. 571 00:59:54,757 --> 00:59:56,508 What? 572 00:59:57,969 --> 01:00:00,512 - I found them. - Who? 573 01:00:01,347 --> 01:00:02,848 My parents. 574 01:00:04,017 --> 01:00:05,350 My people. 575 01:00:06,227 --> 01:00:09,438 I know where I come from now. 576 01:00:10,857 --> 01:00:12,107 Wow. 577 01:00:13,192 --> 01:00:14,943 That's wonderful. 578 01:00:16,821 --> 01:00:19,239 I'm so happy for you, Clark. 579 01:00:28,082 --> 01:00:30,626 - What? - It's nothing. 580 01:00:33,338 --> 01:00:36,256 When you were a baby I used to lay by your crib at night... 581 01:00:36,507 --> 01:00:38,884 ...listening to you breathe. 582 01:00:39,927 --> 01:00:41,553 It was hard for you. 583 01:00:42,764 --> 01:00:44,139 You struggled. 584 01:00:44,390 --> 01:00:46,224 And I worried all the time. 585 01:00:46,476 --> 01:00:48,310 You worried the truth would come out. 586 01:00:49,854 --> 01:00:51,063 No. 587 01:00:52,023 --> 01:00:54,608 The truth about you is beautiful. 588 01:00:55,068 --> 01:00:58,487 We saw that the moment we laid eyes on you. 589 01:01:00,782 --> 01:01:04,785 We knew that one day, the whole world would see that. 590 01:01:07,246 --> 01:01:08,872 I'm just... 591 01:01:09,499 --> 01:01:11,583 I'm worried they'll take you away from me. 592 01:01:13,795 --> 01:01:16,171 I'm not going anywhere, Mom. 593 01:01:18,007 --> 01:01:19,508 I promise. 594 01:01:25,723 --> 01:01:27,891 General Swanwick, sir. 595 01:01:28,142 --> 01:01:31,895 What am I looking at, doc? Comet? Asteroid? 596 01:01:33,064 --> 01:01:37,067 Comets don't make course corrections, general. 597 01:01:39,862 --> 01:01:43,865 Wanted you to see this before some amateur with a telescope creates a worldwide panic. 598 01:01:45,535 --> 01:01:46,910 The ship appears to have... 599 01:01:47,161 --> 01:01:49,913 ...inserted itself into a lunar synchronous orbit... 600 01:01:50,164 --> 01:01:52,332 ...though I have no idea why. 601 01:01:52,583 --> 01:01:55,419 Have you tried... communicating with it? 602 01:01:55,670 --> 01:01:59,673 Well, they haven't responded as of yet. 603 01:02:00,967 --> 01:02:04,970 I'm just speculating, but I think whoever's at the helm of that thing... 604 01:02:05,221 --> 01:02:07,723 ...is looking to make a dramatic entrance. 605 01:02:14,605 --> 01:02:16,022 Anybody know where we keep the toner? 606 01:02:17,024 --> 01:02:18,942 - What's going on? - It's all over the news. 607 01:02:19,193 --> 01:02:21,153 You gotta see this. 608 01:02:48,139 --> 01:02:49,639 Clark. 609 01:02:50,016 --> 01:02:51,141 Yeah? 610 01:02:51,392 --> 01:02:52,726 Coming. 611 01:02:53,060 --> 01:02:55,103 This is breaking news. An unidentified... 612 01:03:36,979 --> 01:03:39,064 You are not alone. 613 01:03:40,733 --> 01:03:47,239 You are not alone. 614 01:03:52,912 --> 01:03:55,497 You are not alone. 615 01:04:20,940 --> 01:04:22,440 It's coming in on the RSS feeds. 616 01:04:22,692 --> 01:04:24,568 You are not alone. 617 01:04:25,194 --> 01:04:27,237 It's on my phone too. 618 01:04:29,407 --> 01:04:31,825 My name is General Zod. 619 01:04:33,661 --> 01:04:36,454 I come from a world far from yours. 620 01:04:37,832 --> 01:04:41,835 I have journeyed across an ocean of stars to reach you. 621 01:04:43,963 --> 01:04:47,966 For some time, your world has sheltered one of my citizens. 622 01:04:48,593 --> 01:04:51,803 I request that you return this individual... 623 01:04:52,054 --> 01:04:54,180 ...to my custody. 624 01:04:54,432 --> 01:04:58,435 For reasons unknown, he has chosen to keep his existence... 625 01:04:58,686 --> 01:05:00,520 ...a secret from you. 626 01:05:01,606 --> 01:05:04,774 He will have made efforts to blend in. 627 01:05:05,359 --> 01:05:07,027 He will look like you. 628 01:05:07,778 --> 01:05:10,363 But he is not one of you. 629 01:05:11,574 --> 01:05:13,408 To those of you who may know... 630 01:05:13,659 --> 01:05:15,660 ...of his current location... 631 01:05:15,912 --> 01:05:18,455 ...the fate of your planet... 632 01:05:18,706 --> 01:05:21,374 ...rests in your hands. 633 01:05:22,460 --> 01:05:25,503 To Kal-El, I say this: 634 01:05:27,548 --> 01:05:30,216 Surrender within 24 hours... 635 01:05:34,513 --> 01:05:37,474 ...or watch this world suffer the consequences. 636 01:05:41,395 --> 01:05:42,062 Ah! 637 01:05:53,240 --> 01:05:55,075 We hardly know anything about him, isn't that right? 638 01:05:55,242 --> 01:05:57,243 If he truly means us no harm... 639 01:05:57,495 --> 01:05:59,496 ...he'll turn himself in and face the consequences. 640 01:06:00,122 --> 01:06:01,331 And if he won't do that... 641 01:06:01,582 --> 01:06:03,583 ...then maybe we should. 642 01:06:03,834 --> 01:06:06,795 The Daily Planet's Lois Lane knows who this guy is. She's... 643 01:06:07,046 --> 01:06:07,921 ...the one we should be questioning. 644 01:06:08,923 --> 01:06:11,675 - Hold on. You're saying Lois Lane-- - Hello? 645 01:06:11,926 --> 01:06:14,427 Are you watching this crap? Been running all morning. 646 01:06:14,679 --> 01:06:16,972 For once I agree with Woodburn. Have you seen him? 647 01:06:17,223 --> 01:06:20,517 - Do you know where he is? - No. Even if I did, I wouldn't say. 648 01:06:20,768 --> 01:06:23,937 The entire world is being threatened here. 649 01:06:24,188 --> 01:06:25,814 This is not time for you to fall... 650 01:06:26,065 --> 01:06:28,400 ...back on journalistic integrity. 651 01:06:28,651 --> 01:06:30,110 This is serious, Lois. 652 01:06:30,361 --> 01:06:33,321 The FBI is here. They're throwing around words like "treason." 653 01:06:33,572 --> 01:06:35,240 I gotta go. 654 01:06:51,382 --> 01:06:52,716 FBI. Hands up. 655 01:06:52,967 --> 01:06:54,759 Drop the bag. Now. 656 01:07:01,642 --> 01:07:03,893 Regarding the visitors themselves we know... 657 01:07:04,145 --> 01:07:06,604 ...very little. According to government officials... 658 01:07:06,856 --> 01:07:09,315 ...the visitors do not represent a threat... 659 01:07:09,567 --> 01:07:11,735 ...despite the ominous tone of their message. 660 01:07:11,986 --> 01:07:14,487 Then of course there's the question on everyone's mind: 661 01:07:14,739 --> 01:07:18,533 "Who is this Kal-El person? Does he actually exist? 662 01:07:18,784 --> 01:07:21,453 How could he have remained hidden from us for so long?" 663 01:07:26,083 --> 01:07:27,375 Come on, Kent. 664 01:07:34,467 --> 01:07:35,550 Come on. Fight back. 665 01:07:35,801 --> 01:07:37,385 Get up, Kent. 666 01:07:40,681 --> 01:07:42,057 So is that it? 667 01:07:42,516 --> 01:07:44,017 Is that all you've got? 668 01:07:45,686 --> 01:07:47,187 Come on, Kent. 669 01:07:48,439 --> 01:07:49,814 Come on! 670 01:08:18,427 --> 01:08:19,552 Did they hurt you? 671 01:08:20,846 --> 01:08:22,222 You know they can't. 672 01:08:22,598 --> 01:08:25,475 That's not what I meant. I meant, are you all right? 673 01:08:27,478 --> 01:08:29,771 I wanted to hit that kid. I wanted to hit him bad. 674 01:08:30,022 --> 01:08:31,481 I know you did. I mean... 675 01:08:31,732 --> 01:08:34,442 ...part of me even wanted you to, but then what? 676 01:08:35,152 --> 01:08:36,319 Make you feel any better? 677 01:08:39,698 --> 01:08:43,701 You just have to decide what kind of man you want to grow up to be, Clark. 678 01:08:43,953 --> 01:08:47,664 Because whoever that man is, good character or bad, he's... 679 01:08:49,291 --> 01:08:51,417 He's gonna change the world. 680 01:08:56,674 --> 01:08:57,715 What's on your mind? 681 01:09:03,764 --> 01:09:05,056 I don't know where to start. 682 01:09:05,683 --> 01:09:07,267 Wherever you want. 683 01:09:09,436 --> 01:09:11,563 That ship that appeared last night. 684 01:09:12,898 --> 01:09:14,691 I'm the one they're looking for. 685 01:09:19,196 --> 01:09:20,697 Do you know... 686 01:09:21,490 --> 01:09:22,615 ...why they want you? 687 01:09:22,867 --> 01:09:25,451 No. But this General Zod... 688 01:09:25,703 --> 01:09:29,706 ...even if I surrender, there's no guarantee he'll keep his word, but... 689 01:09:29,957 --> 01:09:33,960 ...if there's a chance I can save Earth by turning myself in... 690 01:09:35,588 --> 01:09:36,713 ...shouldn't I take it? 691 01:09:38,215 --> 01:09:40,091 What does your gut tell you? 692 01:09:40,801 --> 01:09:42,510 Zod can't be trusted. 693 01:09:45,139 --> 01:09:46,723 The problem is... 694 01:09:47,766 --> 01:09:50,351 ...I'm not sure the people of Earth can be either. 695 01:09:58,360 --> 01:10:01,321 Sometimes you have to take a leap of faith first. 696 01:10:02,740 --> 01:10:04,782 The trust part comes later. 697 01:10:28,933 --> 01:10:31,643 All right. You've got our attention. 698 01:10:32,144 --> 01:10:33,144 What is it you want? 699 01:10:33,395 --> 01:10:35,188 I would like to speak to Lois Lane. 700 01:10:35,439 --> 01:10:36,689 What makes you think she's here? 701 01:10:37,650 --> 01:10:39,692 Don't play games with me, general. 702 01:10:39,944 --> 01:10:43,947 I'll surrender, but only if you guarantee Lois's freedom. 703 01:10:54,041 --> 01:10:56,000 Why are you surrendering to Zod? 704 01:10:57,211 --> 01:11:00,838 I'm surrendering to mankind. There's a difference. 705 01:11:01,966 --> 01:11:03,883 You let them handcuff you? 706 01:11:04,635 --> 01:11:07,053 Wouldn't be much of a surrender if I resisted. 707 01:11:08,555 --> 01:11:10,598 And if it makes them feel more secure... 708 01:11:11,684 --> 01:11:13,518 ...then all the better for it. 709 01:11:17,940 --> 01:11:19,107 What's the S stand for? 710 01:11:22,736 --> 01:11:24,320 It's not an S. 711 01:11:25,781 --> 01:11:27,365 On my world it means hope. 712 01:11:29,326 --> 01:11:32,829 Well, here, it's an S. 713 01:11:34,873 --> 01:11:36,416 How about... 714 01:11:40,754 --> 01:11:41,754 ...Super-- 715 01:11:42,006 --> 01:11:43,047 Sir? 716 01:11:43,299 --> 01:11:46,634 - Hi, my name is Dr. E-- - Emil Hamilton. 717 01:11:46,885 --> 01:11:49,846 I know, I can see your ID tag in your breast pocket. 718 01:11:50,097 --> 01:11:52,140 Along with a half-eaten roll of Lifesavers. 719 01:11:53,309 --> 01:11:55,643 I can also see the soldiers in the next room... 720 01:11:55,894 --> 01:11:58,187 ...preparing that tranquilizing agent of yours. 721 01:11:58,439 --> 01:11:59,897 You won't need it. 722 01:12:00,149 --> 01:12:03,192 Sir, you can't expect us to not take precautions. 723 01:12:03,444 --> 01:12:05,862 You could be carrying some kind of alien pathogen. 724 01:12:06,113 --> 01:12:07,572 Been here for 33 years, doctor. 725 01:12:07,823 --> 01:12:11,743 - Haven't infected anyone yet. - That you know of. We have legitimate... 726 01:12:11,994 --> 01:12:15,371 ...security concerns. You revealed your identity to Miss Lane over there. 727 01:12:16,373 --> 01:12:18,583 Why won't you do the same with us? 728 01:12:19,543 --> 01:12:21,878 Let's put our cards on the table here, general. 729 01:12:23,339 --> 01:12:25,048 You're scared because you can't control me. 730 01:12:25,632 --> 01:12:28,176 You don't, and you never will. 731 01:12:29,011 --> 01:12:30,970 But that doesn't mean I'm your enemy. 732 01:12:31,221 --> 01:12:32,722 Then who is? 733 01:12:32,973 --> 01:12:34,390 Zod? 734 01:12:35,017 --> 01:12:36,434 That's what I'm worried about. 735 01:12:37,019 --> 01:12:38,728 Be that as it may... 736 01:12:38,979 --> 01:12:41,773 ...I've been given orders to hand you over to him. 737 01:12:42,983 --> 01:12:44,859 Do what you have to do, general. 738 01:12:49,656 --> 01:12:50,448 Thank you. 739 01:12:51,575 --> 01:12:52,533 For what? 740 01:12:53,702 --> 01:12:55,286 For believing in me. 741 01:12:58,332 --> 01:13:00,375 Didn't make much difference in the end. 742 01:13:01,210 --> 01:13:02,752 It did to me. 743 01:13:23,357 --> 01:13:24,899 They're coming. 744 01:13:25,692 --> 01:13:27,193 You should leave now. 745 01:13:30,322 --> 01:13:31,864 Go, Lois. 746 01:14:42,769 --> 01:14:44,145 Kal-El. 747 01:14:44,688 --> 01:14:46,731 I'm sub-commander Faora-Ul. 748 01:14:47,399 --> 01:14:50,651 On behalf of General Zod, I extend you his greetings. 749 01:14:56,700 --> 01:14:59,785 - Are you the ranking officer here? - I am. 750 01:15:00,037 --> 01:15:01,996 General Zod would like this woman... 751 01:15:02,247 --> 01:15:03,873 ...to accompany me. 752 01:15:04,833 --> 01:15:05,958 You asked for the alien. 753 01:15:07,419 --> 01:15:10,338 You didn't say anything about one of our own. 754 01:15:10,589 --> 01:15:13,716 Shall I tell the general you're unwilling to comply? 755 01:15:13,967 --> 01:15:15,843 I don't care what you tell him. 756 01:15:18,847 --> 01:15:20,264 It's all right. 757 01:15:21,350 --> 01:15:22,558 I'll go. 758 01:16:05,394 --> 01:16:09,230 The atmospheric composition on our ship is not compatible with humans. 759 01:16:09,481 --> 01:16:10,856 You need to wear a breather... 760 01:16:11,108 --> 01:16:12,775 ...beyond this point. 761 01:16:37,926 --> 01:16:38,843 Kal-El. 762 01:16:40,804 --> 01:16:42,430 You have no idea how long... 763 01:16:42,681 --> 01:16:44,724 ...we've been searching for you. 764 01:16:45,183 --> 01:16:46,183 I take it you're Zod? 765 01:16:46,435 --> 01:16:47,560 General Zod. 766 01:16:47,811 --> 01:16:49,604 - Our commander. - It's all right, Faora. 767 01:16:49,855 --> 01:16:52,523 We can forgive Kal any lapses in decorum. 768 01:16:52,774 --> 01:16:54,692 He's a stranger to our ways. 769 01:16:54,943 --> 01:16:55,985 This should be cause... 770 01:16:56,236 --> 01:16:59,280 ...for celebration, not conflict. 771 01:16:59,531 --> 01:17:01,699 - Unh. - Not conflict. 772 01:17:04,119 --> 01:17:05,161 I... 773 01:17:05,412 --> 01:17:06,621 ...feel strange. 774 01:17:09,374 --> 01:17:10,666 Weak. 775 01:17:12,878 --> 01:17:14,003 What's happening to him? 776 01:17:14,254 --> 01:17:16,797 He's rejecting our ship's atmospherics. 777 01:17:17,049 --> 01:17:17,632 Clark. 778 01:17:17,883 --> 01:17:20,551 You've spent a lifetime adapting to Earth's ecology... 779 01:17:20,719 --> 01:17:21,636 ...but never adapted to ours. 780 01:17:21,803 --> 01:17:22,845 Help him. 781 01:17:23,096 --> 01:17:24,639 I can't. Whatever's happening... 782 01:17:24,890 --> 01:17:27,099 - ...has to run its course. - Clark. 783 01:17:28,477 --> 01:17:32,730 Help him. 784 01:17:44,368 --> 01:17:45,910 Hello, Kal. 785 01:17:47,579 --> 01:17:48,621 Or do you prefer Clark? 786 01:17:50,374 --> 01:17:51,749 That's the name they gave you. 787 01:17:52,000 --> 01:17:53,292 Isn't it? 788 01:17:54,586 --> 01:17:56,295 I was Krypton's military leader... 789 01:17:56,546 --> 01:17:58,964 ...your father our foremost scientist. 790 01:17:59,216 --> 01:18:00,633 The only thing we agreed on... 791 01:18:00,884 --> 01:18:03,636 ...was that Krypton was dying. In return for my efforts... 792 01:18:03,887 --> 01:18:06,430 ...to protect our civilization... 793 01:18:06,682 --> 01:18:08,766 ...and save our planet... 794 01:18:09,017 --> 01:18:13,020 ...I and my fellow officers were sentenced to the Phantom Zone. 795 01:18:15,982 --> 01:18:19,235 And then the destruction of our world... 796 01:18:19,486 --> 01:18:20,986 ...freed us. 797 01:18:26,159 --> 01:18:29,662 We were adrift, destined to float... 798 01:18:29,913 --> 01:18:31,831 ...amongst the ruins of our planet... 799 01:18:32,082 --> 01:18:33,958 ...until we starved. 800 01:18:34,835 --> 01:18:36,460 How did you find your way to Earth? 801 01:18:37,212 --> 01:18:41,215 We managed to retrofit the phantom projector into a hyperdrive. 802 01:18:41,717 --> 01:18:44,885 Your father made a similar modification to the craft that brought you here. 803 01:18:46,930 --> 01:18:50,015 And so the instrument of our damnation... 804 01:18:52,060 --> 01:18:53,853 ...became our salvation. 805 01:18:58,817 --> 01:19:01,318 We sought out the old colonial outposts... 806 01:19:01,570 --> 01:19:03,779 ...looking for signs of life. 807 01:19:06,241 --> 01:19:09,034 But all we found was death. 808 01:19:10,036 --> 01:19:12,621 Cut off from Krypton, these outposts... 809 01:19:12,873 --> 01:19:15,082 ...withered and died long ago. 810 01:19:15,584 --> 01:19:17,543 We salvaged what we could... 811 01:19:17,794 --> 01:19:19,503 ...armor, weapons... 812 01:19:19,755 --> 01:19:21,672 ...even a world engine. 813 01:19:23,425 --> 01:19:25,301 For 33 years we prepared... 814 01:19:26,803 --> 01:19:29,555 ...until finally we detected a distress beacon... 815 01:19:29,806 --> 01:19:31,599 ...which you triggered... 816 01:19:31,850 --> 01:19:34,059 ...when you accessed the ancient scout ship. 817 01:19:35,479 --> 01:19:38,022 You led us here, Kal. 818 01:19:39,149 --> 01:19:40,483 Now it's within your power... 819 01:19:40,734 --> 01:19:44,361 ...to save what remains of your race. 820 01:19:49,117 --> 01:19:50,367 On Krypton... 821 01:19:50,619 --> 01:19:53,245 ...the genetic template for every being yet to be born... 822 01:19:53,497 --> 01:19:56,040 ...is encoded in the registry of citizens. 823 01:19:56,708 --> 01:19:58,834 Your father stole the registry's Codex... 824 01:19:59,085 --> 01:20:01,921 ...and stored it in the capsule that brought you here. 825 01:20:02,631 --> 01:20:03,464 For what purpose? 826 01:20:04,549 --> 01:20:07,259 So that Krypton can live again... 827 01:20:08,136 --> 01:20:09,678 ...on Earth. 828 01:20:29,533 --> 01:20:31,617 Where is the Codex, Kal? 829 01:20:33,286 --> 01:20:35,120 If Krypton lives again... 830 01:20:36,289 --> 01:20:37,665 ...what happens to Earth? 831 01:20:38,708 --> 01:20:42,211 The foundation has to be built on something. 832 01:20:42,462 --> 01:20:45,256 Even your father recognized that. 833 01:20:51,721 --> 01:20:54,014 No, Zod. 834 01:20:55,183 --> 01:20:56,392 I can't be a part of this. 835 01:20:57,227 --> 01:20:58,936 Then what can you be a part of? 836 01:20:59,521 --> 01:21:00,729 No! 837 01:21:01,940 --> 01:21:02,523 Zod! 838 01:21:04,025 --> 01:21:07,528 No! 839 01:21:13,577 --> 01:21:14,702 Your father acquitted... 840 01:21:14,953 --> 01:21:16,954 ...himself with honor, Kal. 841 01:21:19,833 --> 01:21:21,792 You killed him? 842 01:21:22,168 --> 01:21:23,502 I did. 843 01:21:24,129 --> 01:21:27,506 And not a day goes by where it doesn't haunt me. 844 01:21:28,884 --> 01:21:31,218 But if I had to do it again, I would. 845 01:21:31,469 --> 01:21:34,930 I have a duty to my people... 846 01:21:35,181 --> 01:21:39,184 ...and I will not allow anyone to prevent me from carrying it out. 847 01:21:55,660 --> 01:21:57,286 What's the sit-rep, major? 848 01:21:57,913 --> 01:22:00,289 DSP pinged two bogeys launching from the alien ship. 849 01:22:00,540 --> 01:22:02,666 - Put it up. - Yes, sir. 850 01:22:03,084 --> 01:22:04,168 There it is. 851 01:22:04,419 --> 01:22:05,210 Re-task Ikon-4... 852 01:22:05,462 --> 01:22:07,880 - ...and get me a closer look. - Yes, sir. 853 01:22:08,214 --> 01:22:09,131 Command, the word... 854 01:22:09,382 --> 01:22:10,549 ...of the day is "trident." 855 01:22:10,800 --> 01:22:12,885 We have two alien craft on aggressive approach. 856 01:22:13,136 --> 01:22:14,762 Ikon-4 coming online. 857 01:22:15,013 --> 01:22:15,804 Air speed? 858 01:22:16,056 --> 01:22:17,473 380 knots, entering Kansas... 859 01:22:17,724 --> 01:22:19,725 ...airspace. Not responding to our hails. 860 01:22:19,976 --> 01:22:22,186 You're wasting your efforts. 861 01:22:23,104 --> 01:22:25,439 The strength you derived from the Earth's sun... 862 01:22:25,690 --> 01:22:27,775 ...has been neutralized aboard our ship. 863 01:22:28,443 --> 01:22:29,568 Here... 864 01:22:29,819 --> 01:22:31,403 ...in this environment... 865 01:22:32,197 --> 01:22:33,656 ...you are as weak as a human. 866 01:22:36,242 --> 01:22:42,247 Unh! 867 01:23:32,215 --> 01:23:34,049 Where did you come from? 868 01:23:34,592 --> 01:23:36,010 The command key, Miss Lane. 869 01:23:36,261 --> 01:23:38,679 Thanks to you, I'm uploading to the ship's mainframe. 870 01:23:39,931 --> 01:23:40,889 Who are you? 871 01:23:41,850 --> 01:23:43,142 I am Kal's father. 872 01:23:44,811 --> 01:23:45,561 Can you help us? 873 01:23:47,522 --> 01:23:49,356 I designed this ship. 874 01:23:49,607 --> 01:23:51,775 I can modify its atmospheric composition... 875 01:23:52,027 --> 01:23:53,777 ...to human compatibility. 876 01:23:54,029 --> 01:23:54,862 We can stop them. 877 01:23:55,113 --> 01:23:57,573 We can send them back to the Phantom Zone. 878 01:23:58,533 --> 01:23:59,158 How? 879 01:23:59,409 --> 01:24:00,951 I can teach you. 880 01:24:01,202 --> 01:24:02,995 And in turn, you can teach Kal. 881 01:24:03,246 --> 01:24:04,955 Will you help me? 882 01:24:18,803 --> 01:24:20,095 The ship's crew are alerted. 883 01:24:20,346 --> 01:24:21,388 We need to move quickly. 884 01:24:21,639 --> 01:24:23,307 Retrieve the command key. 885 01:24:30,940 --> 01:24:33,984 - Did you do that? - Yes. Pick up her sidearm. 886 01:24:43,369 --> 01:24:44,745 What's happening? 887 01:25:05,725 --> 01:25:06,391 To your right. 888 01:25:06,643 --> 01:25:07,267 Fire. 889 01:25:08,853 --> 01:25:09,561 Behind you. 890 01:25:23,076 --> 01:25:25,119 Secure yourself inside the open pod. 891 01:25:26,162 --> 01:25:28,413 Safe travels, Miss Lane. It's highly unlikely... 892 01:25:28,665 --> 01:25:30,249 ...we'll be seeing each other again. 893 01:25:31,835 --> 01:25:34,920 Remember, the phantom drives are essential in stopping them. 894 01:25:35,797 --> 01:25:37,047 Move your head to the left. 895 01:26:04,617 --> 01:26:06,535 Is it true what Zod said about the Codex? 896 01:26:07,662 --> 01:26:09,037 Strike that panel. 897 01:26:12,709 --> 01:26:13,876 We wanted you to learn... 898 01:26:14,127 --> 01:26:16,253 ...what it meant to be human first... 899 01:26:16,880 --> 01:26:20,507 ...so that one day, when the time was right, you could be the bridge... 900 01:26:20,758 --> 01:26:22,509 ...between two peoples. 901 01:26:25,263 --> 01:26:26,013 Look. 902 01:26:29,184 --> 01:26:30,434 Lois. 903 01:26:31,019 --> 01:26:32,060 You can save her, Kal. 904 01:26:35,190 --> 01:26:37,065 You can save all of them. 905 01:27:55,979 --> 01:27:57,521 You'll be safe here. 906 01:27:59,857 --> 01:28:02,401 - Are you all right? - Yeah. 907 01:28:05,655 --> 01:28:07,114 I'm sorry. 908 01:28:07,865 --> 01:28:10,826 I didn't wanna tell them anything, but they did something to me. 909 01:28:11,077 --> 01:28:13,245 - They looked inside my mind-- - It's okay, Lois. 910 01:28:13,496 --> 01:28:15,247 They did the same thing to me. 911 01:28:28,344 --> 01:28:29,678 Clark! 912 01:28:38,688 --> 01:28:40,439 The craft he arrived in... 913 01:28:40,982 --> 01:28:42,149 ...where is it? 914 01:28:44,068 --> 01:28:45,235 Go to hell. 915 01:28:56,539 --> 01:28:57,497 There. 916 01:28:58,916 --> 01:28:59,583 Unh! 917 01:29:20,521 --> 01:29:22,647 The Codex is not here. 918 01:29:23,775 --> 01:29:25,025 Argh! 919 01:29:26,110 --> 01:29:27,611 Ah! 920 01:29:29,405 --> 01:29:30,447 Where has he hidden it? 921 01:29:30,698 --> 01:29:31,323 I don't know. 922 01:29:31,574 --> 01:29:32,657 Where is the Codex?! 923 01:29:36,704 --> 01:29:38,038 Ahh! 924 01:29:48,674 --> 01:29:50,634 You think you can threaten my mother?! 925 01:29:56,224 --> 01:29:57,224 Ah! 926 01:30:32,427 --> 01:30:33,885 What have you done to me? 927 01:30:34,137 --> 01:30:36,555 My parents taught me to hone... 928 01:30:36,806 --> 01:30:38,265 ...my senses, Zod. 929 01:30:39,976 --> 01:30:41,560 Focus... 930 01:30:42,145 --> 01:30:43,854 ...on just what I wanted to see. 931 01:30:44,105 --> 01:30:45,147 Without your helmet... 932 01:30:45,398 --> 01:30:46,982 ...you're getting everything. 933 01:30:47,191 --> 01:30:48,066 Unh! 934 01:30:48,234 --> 01:30:49,651 And it hurts... 935 01:30:50,236 --> 01:30:51,611 ...doesn't it? 936 01:31:02,498 --> 01:31:03,999 Argh! 937 01:31:36,449 --> 01:31:37,741 Get away from the window. 938 01:31:40,703 --> 01:31:42,496 Get inside. It's not safe. 939 01:31:47,835 --> 01:31:50,712 All players, this is Guardian. I am airborne mission commander. 940 01:31:50,963 --> 01:31:53,006 I have previously encountered and observed... 941 01:31:53,257 --> 01:31:55,383 ...the beings we're about to engage. 942 01:31:55,635 --> 01:31:58,345 They are extremely dangerous and we have been authorized... 943 01:31:58,596 --> 01:32:00,096 ...to use deadly force. 944 01:32:02,058 --> 01:32:04,017 Roger, Guardian, we are inbound to target. 945 01:32:09,690 --> 01:32:10,899 Cleared hot. Weapons free. 946 01:32:11,150 --> 01:32:12,776 Copy, 11. Weapons free. 947 01:32:15,571 --> 01:32:16,321 Thunder 11... 948 01:32:16,572 --> 01:32:17,614 ...tally three targets. 949 01:32:29,085 --> 01:32:30,126 Unh! 950 01:32:35,216 --> 01:32:36,007 Thunder 11... 951 01:32:36,259 --> 01:32:38,677 ...good hit. Request immediate re-attack. 952 01:32:38,928 --> 01:32:41,054 Roger, Guardian. We'll make a second gun run... 953 01:32:41,305 --> 01:32:43,390 ...on a heading of 212 degrees. 954 01:32:50,398 --> 01:32:51,356 Thunder 11, eject! 955 01:32:51,607 --> 01:32:52,983 Eject! 956 01:32:53,317 --> 01:32:54,943 Thunder 11, eject! 957 01:33:05,079 --> 01:33:06,663 I have a bogey incoming! 958 01:33:07,498 --> 01:33:08,915 Oh, shit. 959 01:33:23,848 --> 01:33:24,556 Argh! 960 01:33:27,101 --> 01:33:27,976 You are weak... 961 01:33:28,227 --> 01:33:29,352 ...son of El. 962 01:33:29,604 --> 01:33:30,729 Unsure of yourself. 963 01:33:35,985 --> 01:33:38,945 The fact that you possess a sense of morality... 964 01:33:39,196 --> 01:33:40,947 ...and we do not... 965 01:33:41,198 --> 01:33:43,742 ...gives us an evolutionary advantage. 966 01:33:47,246 --> 01:33:49,748 And if history has proven anything... 967 01:33:59,634 --> 01:34:03,219 ...it is that evolution always wins. 968 01:34:04,889 --> 01:34:05,555 Ragh! 969 01:34:10,311 --> 01:34:11,478 Unh! 970 01:34:24,533 --> 01:34:26,034 CCT, we're approaching... 971 01:34:26,285 --> 01:34:28,119 ...LZ Jayhawk. Get down in five. 972 01:34:28,371 --> 01:34:30,205 Let's go. Go to the LZ. 973 01:34:30,998 --> 01:34:32,165 Roger, sarge. let's go! 974 01:35:09,787 --> 01:35:11,079 All rangers, I need you... 975 01:35:11,330 --> 01:35:12,497 ...to engage the targets. 976 01:35:12,998 --> 01:35:14,082 Guardian, this is Badger 01. 977 01:35:14,333 --> 01:35:15,625 What about the guy in blue? 978 01:35:15,876 --> 01:35:16,918 I said engage... 979 01:35:17,169 --> 01:35:18,336 ...all targets. 980 01:35:29,515 --> 01:35:30,557 Contact. Contact. 981 01:35:34,937 --> 01:35:35,812 Ah! 982 01:35:40,735 --> 01:35:41,568 You okay? 983 01:35:47,324 --> 01:35:49,409 We're auto-rotating, going in hard. 984 01:35:50,161 --> 01:35:53,246 Brace for impact. 985 01:35:53,497 --> 01:35:54,456 We're going in hard! 986 01:35:59,545 --> 01:36:03,548 Fallen angel. Fallen angel. Guardian is down. I repeat, Guardian is down. 987 01:36:25,488 --> 01:36:26,988 Guardian, do you read? 988 01:36:27,239 --> 01:36:28,573 Thunder 12, calling Guardian. 989 01:36:28,824 --> 01:36:30,158 - Do you read? - Thunder 12... 990 01:36:30,409 --> 01:36:31,326 ...this is Guardian. 991 01:36:31,577 --> 01:36:33,953 Put down everything you've got north of my position. 992 01:36:34,205 --> 01:36:36,372 - This will be danger-close. - Copy, danger-close. 993 01:36:36,624 --> 01:36:37,874 Good luck, sir. 994 01:37:17,748 --> 01:37:20,583 A good death is its own reward. 995 01:37:34,181 --> 01:37:35,557 You will not win. 996 01:37:36,976 --> 01:37:38,518 For every human you save... 997 01:37:38,769 --> 01:37:41,437 ...we will kill a million more. Uh! 998 01:38:32,740 --> 01:38:35,909 Do we have an all clear? Do we have an all clear? 999 01:38:36,160 --> 01:38:38,411 Alpha team, sit-rep. Alpha team. 1000 01:38:38,662 --> 01:38:40,246 Do you copy? Alpha team. 1001 01:39:29,755 --> 01:39:31,965 This man is not our enemy. 1002 01:39:34,426 --> 01:39:35,969 Thank you, colonel. 1003 01:39:53,821 --> 01:39:54,654 Mom? 1004 01:39:55,948 --> 01:39:57,615 I'm all right. 1005 01:40:09,670 --> 01:40:11,629 Nice suit, son. 1006 01:40:12,715 --> 01:40:14,007 I'm so sorry. 1007 01:40:15,050 --> 01:40:17,343 It's only stuff, Clark. 1008 01:40:18,512 --> 01:40:20,930 It can always be replaced. 1009 01:40:23,392 --> 01:40:24,642 But you can't be. 1010 01:40:25,978 --> 01:40:28,396 Mom, Zod said this Codex... 1011 01:40:28,647 --> 01:40:30,940 ...he's looking for can bring my people back. 1012 01:40:31,275 --> 01:40:32,942 Isn't that a good thing? 1013 01:40:37,156 --> 01:40:39,657 I don't think they're interested in sharing this world. 1014 01:40:40,284 --> 01:40:41,492 Clark. 1015 01:40:42,244 --> 01:40:43,119 Clark. 1016 01:40:44,997 --> 01:40:46,873 I know how to stop them. 1017 01:40:48,959 --> 01:40:50,376 What happened down there? 1018 01:40:50,627 --> 01:40:53,463 He exposed a temporary weakness. 1019 01:40:54,339 --> 01:40:56,174 It is of little consequence... 1020 01:40:57,551 --> 01:41:00,470 ...because I have located the Codex. 1021 01:41:01,263 --> 01:41:03,514 It was never in the capsule. 1022 01:41:04,141 --> 01:41:05,808 Jor-El took the Codex... 1023 01:41:06,060 --> 01:41:08,519 ...the DNA of a billion people, then he bonded it... 1024 01:41:08,771 --> 01:41:10,563 ...within his son's individual... 1025 01:41:10,814 --> 01:41:11,731 ...cells. 1026 01:41:11,982 --> 01:41:13,566 All of Krypton's heirs... 1027 01:41:13,817 --> 01:41:17,236 ...living hidden in one refugee's body. 1028 01:41:21,325 --> 01:41:23,284 Does Kal-El need to be alive... 1029 01:41:23,535 --> 01:41:26,704 ...for us to extract the Codex from his cells? 1030 01:41:28,082 --> 01:41:29,248 No. 1031 01:41:35,172 --> 01:41:37,423 Release the world engine. 1032 01:42:09,665 --> 01:42:10,581 What just happened? 1033 01:42:10,749 --> 01:42:11,916 The ship just split in two. 1034 01:42:12,167 --> 01:42:15,253 Track one is heading east, track two to the southern hemisphere. 1035 01:42:15,504 --> 01:42:17,922 - How fast is that bogey moving? - Approaching... 1036 01:42:18,173 --> 01:42:19,590 ...Mach 24 and accelerating. 1037 01:42:19,842 --> 01:42:22,510 It's gonna impact somewhere in the Indian Ocean. 1038 01:42:41,238 --> 01:42:42,864 The rest of the ship is descending. 1039 01:42:43,866 --> 01:42:44,991 Put it on the board now. 1040 01:42:45,242 --> 01:42:46,284 Yes, sir. 1041 01:42:47,327 --> 01:42:48,494 Oh, my God. 1042 01:43:28,994 --> 01:43:31,787 Bring the phantom drive online. 1043 01:43:53,393 --> 01:43:55,228 We are now slave to the world engine. 1044 01:43:56,980 --> 01:43:58,356 Initiate. 1045 01:44:32,432 --> 01:44:35,851 - What have they hit us with? - Looks like some kind of gravity... 1046 01:44:36,103 --> 01:44:38,646 ...weapon. It's working in tandem with their ship. 1047 01:44:40,065 --> 01:44:43,150 Somehow they're increasing the Earth's mass... 1048 01:44:43,402 --> 01:44:45,528 ...clouding the atmosphere with particulates. 1049 01:44:47,239 --> 01:44:48,864 Oh, my God. 1050 01:44:50,200 --> 01:44:51,200 They're terraforming. 1051 01:44:51,952 --> 01:44:52,743 What's that? 1052 01:44:53,578 --> 01:44:54,704 Planetary engineering... 1053 01:44:54,955 --> 01:44:58,165 ...modifying the Earth's atmosphere and topography. 1054 01:44:58,417 --> 01:44:59,667 Turning Earth into Krypton. 1055 01:45:00,377 --> 01:45:03,504 - But what happens to us? - Based on these readings... 1056 01:45:03,755 --> 01:45:06,757 - ...there won't be an "us." - General Swanwick, sir. 1057 01:45:07,175 --> 01:45:08,551 I'm on with the control tower. 1058 01:45:08,802 --> 01:45:11,053 Colonel Hardy's on his way and he's got Superman in tow. 1059 01:45:11,763 --> 01:45:12,847 Superman? 1060 01:45:13,390 --> 01:45:14,557 The alien, sir. 1061 01:45:14,808 --> 01:45:17,184 That's what they're calling him. Superman. 1062 01:45:22,691 --> 01:45:23,899 We have a plan, general. 1063 01:45:24,151 --> 01:45:25,609 Is that what I think it is? 1064 01:45:26,778 --> 01:45:28,571 It's the ship he arrived in. 1065 01:45:30,240 --> 01:45:32,867 This ship is powered by something called a phantom drive. 1066 01:45:33,118 --> 01:45:34,577 It bends space. 1067 01:45:34,828 --> 01:45:38,789 Zod's ship uses the same technology, and if we can make the two drives collide-- 1068 01:45:39,041 --> 01:45:40,875 A singularity can be created. 1069 01:45:41,126 --> 01:45:42,168 - Like a black hole. - Yes. 1070 01:45:42,711 --> 01:45:44,211 So if we open up this doorway... 1071 01:45:44,463 --> 01:45:46,088 ...they should be pulled back in. 1072 01:45:46,340 --> 01:45:48,841 So you want us to bomb them with that? 1073 01:45:49,092 --> 01:45:51,052 General, that craft maxes out... 1074 01:45:51,303 --> 01:45:54,680 ...17,000 pounds, we can drop it from a C-17. 1075 01:45:54,931 --> 01:45:56,057 It's a viable plan. 1076 01:45:56,308 --> 01:45:58,434 If I don't stop that machine over the Indian Ocean... 1077 01:45:58,685 --> 01:46:00,394 ...the gravity field will continue... 1078 01:46:00,645 --> 01:46:01,979 ...to expand. 1079 01:46:07,778 --> 01:46:10,529 If that thing is making Earth more like Krypton... 1080 01:46:10,906 --> 01:46:12,448 ...won't you be weaker around it? 1081 01:46:14,242 --> 01:46:15,534 Maybe. 1082 01:46:16,411 --> 01:46:18,871 I'm not about to let that stop me from trying. 1083 01:46:19,831 --> 01:46:22,041 You might want to step back a little bit. 1084 01:46:24,127 --> 01:46:25,252 Maybe a little bit more. 1085 01:46:57,702 --> 01:46:58,327 Faora. 1086 01:46:59,329 --> 01:47:00,413 Take command. 1087 01:47:00,664 --> 01:47:03,791 - Yes, sir. - I need to secure the genesis chamber... 1088 01:47:04,209 --> 01:47:06,961 ...and pay my respects to an old friend. 1089 01:47:14,719 --> 01:47:16,846 Guardian en route to Metropolis... 1090 01:47:17,639 --> 01:47:18,848 ...package in tow. 1091 01:47:24,104 --> 01:47:27,022 Be advised, F-35s inbound to rendezvous point. 1092 01:47:27,274 --> 01:47:29,442 You should have visual contact now. 1093 01:48:14,446 --> 01:48:18,115 Command key accepted. Genesis chamber coming online, sir. 1094 01:48:18,533 --> 01:48:19,450 Stop this, Zod... 1095 01:48:19,701 --> 01:48:21,827 ...while there's still time. 1096 01:48:23,079 --> 01:48:26,373 Haven't given up lecturing me, have you, even in death? 1097 01:48:26,750 --> 01:48:28,751 I will not let you use the Codex like this. 1098 01:48:29,002 --> 01:48:30,711 You don't have the power to stop me. 1099 01:48:30,962 --> 01:48:34,006 The command key I have entered is revoking your authority. 1100 01:48:34,257 --> 01:48:37,134 This ship is now under my control. 1101 01:49:08,667 --> 01:49:10,251 Northcom, Lightning 1, request... 1102 01:49:10,502 --> 01:49:12,920 - ...permission to unleash the hounds. - Lightning 1... 1103 01:49:13,171 --> 01:49:16,632 ...you are clear to engage. Send battle damage assessment when able. Out. 1104 01:49:30,188 --> 01:49:32,565 Avionics are going haywire. The gravity field... 1105 01:49:32,816 --> 01:49:35,150 ...is pulling our missiles down. We gotta get closer. 1106 01:49:40,240 --> 01:49:41,282 All right, everybody... 1107 01:49:41,533 --> 01:49:44,410 ...we're leaving. We're leaving the building now. 1108 01:50:07,559 --> 01:50:09,435 I just lost my wingman. 1109 01:50:11,813 --> 01:50:12,938 Mayday! Mayday! Mayday! 1110 01:50:24,534 --> 01:50:26,493 Everybody, this way! Come on! 1111 01:50:26,745 --> 01:50:29,830 Everybody, come on! Keep moving, keep moving. 1112 01:50:36,671 --> 01:50:37,713 Jenny! 1113 01:50:41,676 --> 01:50:42,509 Oh, my God. 1114 01:50:42,761 --> 01:50:43,761 Perry! 1115 01:50:48,224 --> 01:50:50,142 Go! There! Go! 1116 01:50:56,024 --> 01:50:57,524 Our people can co-exist. 1117 01:50:58,151 --> 01:51:02,154 So we can suffer through years of pain trying to adapt like your son has? 1118 01:51:02,989 --> 01:51:04,657 - You're talking about genocide. - Yes. 1119 01:51:04,908 --> 01:51:07,493 And I'm arguing its merits with a ghost. 1120 01:51:08,870 --> 01:51:10,663 We're both ghosts, Zod. 1121 01:51:10,914 --> 01:51:14,416 Can't you see that? The Krypton you're clinging onto is gone. 1122 01:51:14,668 --> 01:51:17,252 Ship, have you managed to quarantine this invasive intelligence? 1123 01:51:17,504 --> 01:51:18,379 - You'll fail. - I have. 1124 01:51:18,630 --> 01:51:20,047 Then prepare to terminate it. 1125 01:51:20,298 --> 01:51:22,091 - I'm tired of this debate. - Silencing me... 1126 01:51:22,342 --> 01:51:23,759 ...won't change anything. 1127 01:51:26,012 --> 01:51:27,304 My son... 1128 01:51:28,139 --> 01:51:29,473 ...is twice the man you were. 1129 01:51:32,477 --> 01:51:34,144 And he will finish what we started. 1130 01:51:35,105 --> 01:51:36,313 I can promise you that. 1131 01:51:41,528 --> 01:51:42,903 Tell me... 1132 01:51:43,154 --> 01:51:46,740 ...you have Jor-El's memories, his conscience. 1133 01:51:47,450 --> 01:51:48,450 Can you experience... 1134 01:51:48,702 --> 01:51:49,827 ...his pain? 1135 01:51:51,871 --> 01:51:55,457 I will harvest the Codex from your son's corpse... 1136 01:51:55,917 --> 01:51:58,210 ...and I will rebuild Krypton... 1137 01:51:58,461 --> 01:52:00,963 ...atop his bones. 1138 01:52:29,284 --> 01:52:30,576 Argh! 1139 01:52:58,646 --> 01:52:59,354 Jenny. 1140 01:52:59,606 --> 01:53:02,357 - Jenny. Jenny, where are you? - I'm here! 1141 01:53:02,609 --> 01:53:03,650 - I'm here. Here. - Jenny. 1142 01:53:03,902 --> 01:53:05,402 Hold on, hold on. 1143 01:53:05,653 --> 01:53:06,612 I'm stuck. 1144 01:53:06,863 --> 01:53:08,530 - I can't get free. I'm stuck. - Okay. 1145 01:53:08,782 --> 01:53:11,325 We'll get you out of there, all right? Just sit tight. 1146 01:53:11,576 --> 01:53:12,159 No, no, no! 1147 01:53:12,410 --> 01:53:14,119 - Don't leave me. - We're not gonna leave you. 1148 01:53:14,370 --> 01:53:15,537 - Okay. - Lombard! 1149 01:53:15,789 --> 01:53:19,124 - Get your ass over here and help me. - Damn it. 1150 01:53:21,127 --> 01:53:23,086 - We just gotta move this. - Here. 1151 01:53:23,338 --> 01:53:25,380 Slide that in. You push, I'll pull, okay? 1152 01:53:25,632 --> 01:53:26,673 Go. 1153 01:53:30,887 --> 01:53:32,179 - Push! - Oh, my God. 1154 01:53:32,430 --> 01:53:34,056 It's getting closer! Come on, push! 1155 01:53:36,100 --> 01:53:38,310 Northcom, this is Guardian. Are we cleared? 1156 01:53:38,853 --> 01:53:39,853 Negative, Guardian. 1157 01:54:04,587 --> 01:54:07,005 Come on! Push! 1158 01:54:07,215 --> 01:54:08,215 Ahh! 1159 01:54:33,199 --> 01:54:35,158 Argh! 1160 01:54:59,017 --> 01:55:00,350 He did it. 1161 01:55:02,562 --> 01:55:03,812 Northcom, this is Guardian. 1162 01:55:04,063 --> 01:55:06,315 We're passing through phase line red. Good to go. 1163 01:55:06,566 --> 01:55:07,482 Godspeed, Guardian. 1164 01:55:07,734 --> 01:55:10,152 Arm the package. You are cleared hot. 1165 01:55:10,403 --> 01:55:12,487 We're lining up for the final run. 1166 01:55:13,281 --> 01:55:15,282 It's up to you and Hamilton now. 1167 01:55:55,448 --> 01:55:56,198 You gotta be kidding me. 1168 01:55:56,449 --> 01:55:57,866 Loadmaster, is the package... 1169 01:55:58,117 --> 01:55:59,117 ...ready to drop? 1170 01:55:59,369 --> 01:56:00,619 Negative, Guardian. 1171 01:56:00,870 --> 01:56:02,412 There's something wrong. It's not supposed to do this. 1172 01:56:02,664 --> 01:56:04,414 What's it supposed to do? 1173 01:56:04,666 --> 01:56:07,709 - It's supposed to go in all the way. - Let me take a look. 1174 01:56:07,961 --> 01:56:09,544 Co-pilot's aircraft. 1175 01:56:10,254 --> 01:56:11,755 Co-pilot's aircraft. 1176 01:56:18,513 --> 01:56:21,181 We are lined up for the drop. What's the hold up? 1177 01:56:21,432 --> 01:56:22,432 We've had a setback. 1178 01:56:38,199 --> 01:56:39,700 Target that aircraft. 1179 01:56:43,579 --> 01:56:44,997 Target locked. 1180 01:56:54,799 --> 01:56:55,674 Stop! 1181 01:56:55,925 --> 01:56:58,010 If you destroy this ship... 1182 01:56:58,261 --> 01:57:00,929 ...you destroy Krypton! 1183 01:57:03,725 --> 01:57:05,892 Krypton had its chance. 1184 01:57:07,437 --> 01:57:09,187 Argh! 1185 01:57:59,864 --> 01:58:01,740 Miss Lane! It's not safe for you... 1186 01:58:01,991 --> 01:58:02,866 ...over there! 1187 01:58:03,117 --> 01:58:03,700 Miss Lane! 1188 01:58:05,328 --> 01:58:06,536 Ah! 1189 01:58:33,606 --> 01:58:35,357 Move now! Go! 1190 01:58:56,212 --> 01:58:57,212 A good death... 1191 01:58:57,463 --> 01:58:59,047 ...is its own reward. 1192 01:59:06,639 --> 01:59:08,014 Ah! 1193 01:59:29,579 --> 01:59:30,620 Ah! 1194 01:59:47,430 --> 01:59:48,805 Argh! 1195 02:00:01,485 --> 02:00:02,944 Are they gone? 1196 02:00:04,113 --> 02:00:05,488 I think so. 1197 02:00:07,408 --> 02:00:08,742 He saved us. 1198 02:00:34,227 --> 02:00:37,437 You know, they say it's all downhill after the first kiss. 1199 02:00:40,900 --> 02:00:43,944 I'm pretty sure that only counts when you're kissing a human. 1200 02:01:13,307 --> 02:01:14,766 Look at this. 1201 02:01:17,061 --> 02:01:18,979 We could have built a new Krypton... 1202 02:01:19,230 --> 02:01:20,981 ...in this squalor. 1203 02:01:21,232 --> 02:01:24,359 But you chose the humans over us. 1204 02:01:25,778 --> 02:01:27,320 I exist... 1205 02:01:27,571 --> 02:01:29,990 ...only to protect Krypton. 1206 02:01:31,742 --> 02:01:35,745 That is the sole purpose for which I was born. 1207 02:01:36,998 --> 02:01:39,124 And every action I take... 1208 02:01:39,375 --> 02:01:41,376 ...no matter how violent... 1209 02:01:41,627 --> 02:01:43,336 ...or how cruel... 1210 02:01:44,547 --> 02:01:46,923 ...is for the greater good... 1211 02:01:47,174 --> 02:01:49,092 ...of my people. 1212 02:01:53,431 --> 02:01:54,848 And now... 1213 02:01:55,099 --> 02:01:57,392 ...I have no people. 1214 02:02:00,813 --> 02:02:02,397 My soul... 1215 02:02:04,483 --> 02:02:08,028 ...that is what you have taken... 1216 02:02:08,279 --> 02:02:09,904 ...from me. 1217 02:02:16,787 --> 02:02:19,289 I'm going to make them suffer, Kal. 1218 02:02:19,540 --> 02:02:22,959 These humans you've adopted, I will take them all from you... 1219 02:02:23,210 --> 02:02:26,171 - ...one by one. - You're a monster, Zod... 1220 02:02:28,799 --> 02:02:30,008 ...and I'm gonna stop you. 1221 02:02:42,480 --> 02:02:43,688 Argh! 1222 02:02:51,989 --> 02:02:52,655 Argh! 1223 02:04:11,610 --> 02:04:12,318 There's only... 1224 02:04:12,570 --> 02:04:13,903 ...one way this ends, Kal. 1225 02:04:14,155 --> 02:04:15,989 Either you die... 1226 02:04:16,240 --> 02:04:17,031 ...or I do. 1227 02:04:38,220 --> 02:04:39,095 Unh! 1228 02:04:48,689 --> 02:04:50,815 I was bred to be a warrior, Kal. 1229 02:04:51,692 --> 02:04:53,318 Trained my entire life... 1230 02:04:53,569 --> 02:04:55,403 ...to master my senses. 1231 02:04:55,905 --> 02:04:59,491 Where did you train? On a farm? 1232 02:06:51,270 --> 02:06:52,895 Argh! 1233 02:07:08,412 --> 02:07:09,871 If you love... 1234 02:07:10,122 --> 02:07:12,457 ...these people so much... 1235 02:07:13,208 --> 02:07:15,460 ...you can mourn for them. 1236 02:07:19,923 --> 02:07:21,007 Don't do this! 1237 02:07:24,219 --> 02:07:25,011 Stop! 1238 02:07:31,393 --> 02:07:32,352 Stop! 1239 02:07:34,730 --> 02:07:35,855 Never. 1240 02:08:05,844 --> 02:08:07,345 Ahh! 1241 02:09:10,534 --> 02:09:11,909 Are you effing stupid? 1242 02:09:12,161 --> 02:09:13,870 It's one of your surveillance drones. 1243 02:09:14,121 --> 02:09:16,622 That's a $12,000,000 piece of hardware. 1244 02:09:16,790 --> 02:09:17,832 It was. 1245 02:09:18,625 --> 02:09:21,169 I know you're trying to find out where I hang my cape. 1246 02:09:21,754 --> 02:09:23,212 - You won't. - Then I'll ask... 1247 02:09:23,464 --> 02:09:24,756 ...the obvious question: 1248 02:09:25,215 --> 02:09:28,217 How do we know you won't one day act against America's interests? 1249 02:09:28,927 --> 02:09:30,762 I grew up in Kansas, general. 1250 02:09:31,221 --> 02:09:33,389 I'm about as American as it gets. 1251 02:09:33,682 --> 02:09:34,557 Look... 1252 02:09:34,808 --> 02:09:36,267 ...I'm here to help... 1253 02:09:36,518 --> 02:09:38,728 ...but it has to be on my own terms. 1254 02:09:38,979 --> 02:09:40,813 You have to convince Washington of that. 1255 02:09:41,064 --> 02:09:45,067 Even if I were willing to try, what makes you think they'd listen? 1256 02:09:46,153 --> 02:09:47,737 I don't know, general. 1257 02:09:49,156 --> 02:09:50,865 Guess I'll just have to trust you. 1258 02:10:00,417 --> 02:10:01,793 What are you smiling about? 1259 02:10:02,628 --> 02:10:03,961 Nothing, sir. 1260 02:10:07,132 --> 02:10:09,091 I just think he's kind of hot. 1261 02:10:11,261 --> 02:10:13,387 - Get in the car, captain. - Mm-hm. Yes, sir. 1262 02:10:23,357 --> 02:10:26,567 He always believed you were meant for greater things. 1263 02:10:26,819 --> 02:10:28,319 And that when the day came... 1264 02:10:28,570 --> 02:10:31,364 ...your shoulders would be able to bear the weight. 1265 02:10:31,615 --> 02:10:35,451 Yeah, I just wish he could have been here to see it finally happen. 1266 02:10:35,911 --> 02:10:37,870 He saw it, Clark, believe me. 1267 02:11:25,377 --> 02:11:28,212 What are you going to do when you're not saving the world? 1268 02:11:28,463 --> 02:11:32,174 - Have you given any thought to that? - I have, actually. 1269 02:11:33,802 --> 02:11:37,805 I gotta find a job where I can keep my ear to the ground. 1270 02:11:43,020 --> 02:11:45,104 Where people won't look twice... 1271 02:11:45,355 --> 02:11:49,150 ...when I want to go somewhere dangerous and start asking questions. 1272 02:12:03,248 --> 02:12:06,292 Come on, Lois. When are you gonna throw me a bone? 1273 02:12:07,544 --> 02:12:09,211 Courtside seats to the game tonight. 1274 02:12:09,671 --> 02:12:11,213 - What do you say? - I say... 1275 02:12:11,465 --> 02:12:14,008 ...you should go back to trolling the intern pool. 1276 02:12:14,259 --> 02:12:17,637 You'll probably have more luck. Sorry. 1277 02:12:19,431 --> 02:12:20,097 Courtside? 1278 02:12:20,349 --> 02:12:22,058 - Don't. - No. 1279 02:12:22,309 --> 02:12:25,102 Lombard, Lane, I want you to meet our new stringer. 1280 02:12:25,354 --> 02:12:28,564 I want you to show him the ropes. This is Clark Kent. 1281 02:12:28,815 --> 02:12:30,107 Good luck, kid. 1282 02:12:31,652 --> 02:12:32,902 Hey. Steve. 1283 02:12:33,153 --> 02:12:34,403 - Nice to meet you. - You too. 1284 02:12:34,655 --> 02:12:35,488 Hi. 1285 02:12:36,406 --> 02:12:37,740 Lois Lane. 1286 02:12:38,575 --> 02:12:40,117 Welcome to the Planet. 1287 02:12:43,872 --> 02:12:45,831 Glad to be here, Lois.91576

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