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This to me is the sadder page of the two. We see again that Eve doesn't respect what Clark does, not really, though she finds common ground with his frustration. There's a reason their lives went in different directions, and she sees that. Despite everything, she's still looking for a true moment of connection with him, because he's here and naked and vulnerable, and that's as good a reason as any to ask for one. When she tells him to lay down she instantly looks bored and distracted, like her question has been answered.
I'm not sure how clear it is (meant to be clarified in the following page), but Clark asks the question about what she's thinking.