Last issue we saw where Superman of our Earth landed, and this time we see Batman land, in what he thinks is his usual Batcave. When Bruce calls for Alfred, he's met by Catwoman, but this one is different, and the wedding photo between him and Selina starts to prove something weird is going on.
Back to Clark and Earth 2 Batman, Clark is shocked to see his parents alive, who are quite honestly scared of him. Clark begins to think it's a trick, and demands answers from Batman, but before Batman can say anything, he's teleported away with a boom tube and Earth 2's Superman shows up.
Earth 2 Batman seems to have figured out that someone is playing with them like chess pieces, and moving pieces from different worlds. When he see's our Bruce's flying device outside the cave, he can only hope that his counter part isn't as rash as the Superman he just met... nope. He enters the cave to find Bruce standing in front of a tied up Catwoman... you know, Earth 2 Batman's wife. The two begin to fight, as Selina easily frees herself, telling her husband she had the situation under control. The two Batmen are evenly matched, and in a pause, Earth 2 Bats asks his counter part what the story they asked their father to read every night was. When regular Bruce gives the correct answer, both let their guard down, and try to figure out whats going on.
Back in Smallville, regular Clark is pretty much no match for his Earth 2 counterpart. Martha ends up getting both of them to stop fighting, as she approaches her son's counterpart, saying she does recognize him. Earth 2 Clark tells her that he was never that angry, but Martha knows why, and asks our Clark if he grew up without Jonathan and herself. Clark can barely answer and immediately hugs his Earth 2 mother.
Both sets of duplicates then attend to their wounds and patch themselves up, later departing from their respective homes. While both pairs are traveling through Earth 2, the regular Earth counter parts can't help but take notice how much better everything looks on this Earth, and it does, especially in Gotham, who had cryo-prisons approved, so all the nutcases are basically on ice.
In Metropolis, both Supermen find Lois Lane waiting for them on top of a skyscraper. Lois cites the fact that her husband can't really keep secrets, the "husband" part sort of supring regular Earth Clark. But before the three of them can talk too much, Wonder Woman shows up on a pegasus, and jams a spear right into Lois, pinning her to the ground. Turns out Trickster was possessing Lois, uh oh!