@batkevin74: People are quarantined in their homes with not much to do, and we still can't get more than a couple of voters. <sigh> At any rate, I'll have the new contest up in the next few days. Cheers.
@tommythehitman: It happens. Letting him go may have been what Betty would have done, but it's just not true to Clark's or Dick's morality. They'd have taken him in. I also don't think they'd have discussed anything in front of Condiment King, but then we wouldn't have had this scene at all.
As I looked back over this to find Betty's name (making sure I had it right) I saw something else that I don't think Superman would have let go (I saw it on the first read too, but forgot it when I made the comment)- the fact that Dick used a satellite to alter everyone's memories. This was the whole issue of Idenity Crisis. I don't think Supes would have let that one slide by.
All that to say: I think this is suffering from making the characters fit your plot, rather than the plot fitting your characters. For this particular scene to play out, I think it would be better suited to more morally ambiguous characters, like Hitman and Ambush Bug. Some beats would be missing with them (and why would they capture Condiment King?) but they could say something like, "I used a spy satellite to wipe everyone's memory of it," and everyone at the table still be cool with that.