Barbie's Big-Ass Baby Penthouse. Sydney's introducing Will to her behemoth of a baby. He says that she's beautiful and Sydney thanks him. Rance enters and asks if she wants them to stay on duty, but she says they can go home. "Wanna hold her?" Syd asks Will. "Really?" he gushes. "Okay!" Hee. He hefts her into his arms, and he actually kind of goes, "Oh!" like she's really heavy or something, and now they're not even trying to pretend that this child is four weeks old because Isabelle is clearly sitting upright in Will's arms and her head is not only unsupported, it's doing calculus without a damn calculator. She has a damn fine pair of adorably chubby cheeks, though.
Will says that he's her Uncle Will, and Sydney ruins the moment by mentioning that Prophet Five probably took him to get at her and he makes this hilarious face at the baby and she is LOVING him right now and says, "Well, yeah, I didn't think they were trying to get at all the Lakers statistics I have in my head." Hee. Syd throws a wee little pity party for herself and says that she's sorry that being a part of her life brings danger to the people she loves. Will pshaws all over this, saying that life is better because she's in it. Suddenly, the security system that's turned on in the house starts sounding alarms. Rance and Dalton come into the room with their guns pointed and instruct Will to release the baby. Isabelle's chubby cheeks are all, "Who're the jackasses with the guns?" Syd takes the baby away from Will, and Rance throws him up against the wall and runs a sensor over him, stopping at the base of his skull as an alarm bleats rapidly.
Apple Store. Marshall geeks some stuff about microdermal base charges and skull and head and huh? And Will is channeling me as he says, "So--what? What does that mean?" "It means," says Marshall, "they put a bomb in your head." "WHAT?" says Will. Heh. I'm sorry. It was funny. Marshall says the good news is that the charge is small enough that the blast wouldn't do much damage to the immediate area. Oh, except for the area IN HIS HEAD. Syd asks how they get it out of him and Marshall says that they could try and surgically remove it, but there's a chance that it could go boom. Will gets all stressed and Syd tells him to calm down and Will is like, YOU calm down! Is there a bomb in YOUR head? Suddenly, there's a beeping and Will jumps and Marshall jumps and everyone gets these hilarious looks on their faces and...it's just Will's phone. Ron Rifkin's reaction is particularly humorous in this moment.