A Luthor drone. Xander half winced, half grinned. It was an odd expression. Being screwed around with Lex Luthor probably wasn't a fun thing. For those involved, anyway. Xander kinda liked Lex as a character. He made for an awesome villain. The dude was pretty complex, which made reading about him all the more interesting. Xander was kinda looking forward to the Action Comic run that was supposed to center on Luthor - it was kind of a big deal for anyone who actively participated in Superman fandom (shh!) and dug Lex Luthor. "I saw it! It was actually a really good one. I'm kinda picky about Smallville canon there, but that one was well done. Makes me wish that you and the rest of your JLA buddies were on the show more! I know they feature you guys every once and a blue moon, but it's mostly Oliver mentions and that's not as cool as having you guys kicking ass with CK." Xander sheepishly shrugged. Yeah, he was geeking out. A little. It was entirely Victor's fault! He brought up Smallville! "Geekish ramblings aside..." Xander pushed his way into the security room and popped down onto one of the chairs. He flipped a switch, activing one of the devices, and gestured toward the screens with a hand. "You can plug in there," Xander stated, nodding to a station a few feet away. "I don't exactly know all of what Babs has stored in there, but I think it should have everything you need. And if it doesn't, I'll answer any questions you've got."
Xander lifted a hand and tapped at the side of his head with a finger. "There are just some things you can't download. Trusty brain. Never fails." Xander lifted his eyes. "Except, you know, when people actually want me to do smart things. Like school stuff. I never was a fan of homework and tests and all that, you know?" Which was why Xander had been lucky to have Willow around. She was always tutoring him and making sure that he was prepared for class. Willow may not have known it, but she really was responsible for Xander getting as far as he had on the educational ladder. Even if that did sort of stop after high school. Whatever. Part time construction worker, part time kicking supernatural ass. The benefits were a bitch, but Xander would happily bet that they didn't teach people how to survive an apocalypse in college. Ha!