Back at home, in his bedroom (which looks exactly like his room at Ellie and Awesome's, don't you think?), Chuck's reading when Bakula interrupts. He says he doesn't know how the Ring found him, but he does know what they wanted. He closes the blinds and fills Chuck in: The Governor watch governs the Intersect, basically protecting the brain from the electrical energy of it, which can lead to dementia or even death if not controlled. Bakula shows Chuck the inside of his watch, and says it governs his neural network, sort of like a pacemaker. He says he had to go back to his cabin to make sure one would work for the 2.0, and it will so he's going to make him one. He says Chuck's his son, and he downloaded it for the same reason he created the original: to help people. He wants to help Chuck be the man he wants to be. Chuck thanks him and they hug.
At the Buy More, Big Mike finds pouting Lester and tells him he wants to help him be the man he ought to be. Lester says it's too late, because Jeff's going to be big here and then big in Japan, and then it's over. Big Mike asks him if he didn't see the banner Jeff made that said, "Jeff?" as if it were a question. Lester says he won't bow down to the man, but Mike says he's not "the man," just "a man," who once had a dream too. He says that, for a short time, in 1988, he was the Rain in Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain. He gives Lester a shiny gold outfit that he can't wear anymore. He tells Lester that he has the hips of a six-year-old girl. "Use them." Lester takes it and asks where he signs.