Step back in time as we rejoin Jimmy with Clark in the science lab. Suddenly Jimmy yells for help. The gorilla has escaped. Superman puts the gorilla in his place easily enough. How did the animal get loose? What will Dr Nelson, the science professor be able to tell about it?
Clark offers a lame excuse to explain how Herculess the gorilla got back into his cage. But is there something the matter with the gorilla? Who might have tried to sabotage the lab? What might Dr Stone, or nelson know about that threatening note?
It’s back to Quincey’s office, but this time Jimmy waits in the car, as Superman does some snooping. Is it worth saving the lives of children with polio to break and enter? Can he lay his hands on the will to see exactly the terms in it?
Note: Superman is surely a big jerk in this, and the recent story arc. He seems to give the message to kids that it’s OK to break the law if the cause is worthy enough. In the previous story, Clark was sent to jail on a bogus charge. He went to jail to get info on a ,man targeted to be killed. Rather than waiting to get out legally, he broke out as Superman. Today, he tries to break in, though the lawyer is only protecting the privacy of his client. Superman needs to step down on the bullying, obey the law, and
use his super powers for good.