Clark discovers that the globe he had found on his spaceship (Strange Visitor (From Another Planet)) is a projector of messages from his biological father Jor-El (Chris Demetral) who tries to explain him, in five different messages, why he and his mother, Lara (Eliza Roberts), had to send him to Earth and find out the truth about Clark's heritage and his birth name is Kal-El. Clark only manages to see the first message before a teenage thief named Jack (Chris Demetral), found Clark's stuff in a garbage dump and then sells it to two strangers who are not others than Lex Luthor and his assistant and told him the globe has something do with Superman. Clark tries to find and take the globe back and manages to locate Jack with the help of a Lois' friend named Louie (Robert Costanzo). While trying to find out who bought the globe, Lois is upset with him because he lied to her about Superman's globe. At the end, Superman finds the globe but he is not able to find out who bought it, Clark found out he wasn't abandoned by Jor-El and Lara that they're planet Krypton was being destroyed and it was too late save everyone in Krypton and themselves but one person they can save is Clark and he was saved by them when Kyrpton was destroyed, Clark helps Jack to get a job at Daily Planet and into a foster home and got Jack's brother Denny into a good foster home and Lois forgives Clark for lying to her since if she had found the globe she would do exactly what Clark did; hide it and not tell anyone about it.