The room is very sterile and white with blue lights. So it looks vaguely like the Fortress of Solitude. There's a tiny, little, bright, glowy box spinning inside a cylinder, which Bakula says is the Intersect. Chuck can't believe that's it, but Bakula casually says "2.0. The greatest thing I ever created. Except you and your sister." Bakula has to make some software modifications, so he makes transparent computer screens come up, and starts typing. He tells Chuck that, in theory, the Intersect should be able to take out information. He's going to flash some images at Chuck that will cancel out the ones in his brain. Chuck's all, "Wait. Are you saying you're going to overwrite my brain?" Bakula says that's a good way of putting it. Bakula's ready, so Chuck reminds him he needs glasses. Bakula wishes Chuck luck and pushes the button.
A beeping starts, and Bakula says it isn't working. A door opens and Roark says no, it doesn't work, but he's sure Bakula can fix that. He remembers Orion always having a way with machines, while he always had a way with the girls. Doubtful, since he's at least ten years older than Bakula, but whatever. Maybe the ladies liked older-than-average students. Roark is mocking Bakula, and Chuck doesn't like it at all. Roark says he's been looking for Bakula for a long time and that the years have been unkind. Um, dude, look in a mirror. If you're supposed to be the same age, the years have only been unkind to Roark. But he offers Bakula a good moisturizer. Roark says to put Bakula on the helicopter and kill the CIA agent, gesturing at Chuck. Bakula says that Chuck is actually his son. Roark fakes congratulations, saying he had no idea. Then, "Kill the son." Bakula says he'll build anything Roark wants, including an Intersect for Fulcrum, but only if Chuck walks away from here. The Mummy says he'll build it either way. Bakula says his son walks away. Roark says okay, he's not a monster. He adds his only legitimately funny line, "Well, I'm a little bit of a monster." (By the way, I'm not criticizing Chevy Chase. I think he's playing Roark perfectly; he's supposed to be an idiot windbag who thinks he's funny, but isn't. Which is funny in its own way, but Roark isn't funny. Chevy is a little.)