The test proctor scolds Chuck and Casey for being late. She shows a brief video before the test. It actually says, "Welcome to Fulcrum," and then continues that it's solving tomorrow's problems today. It's very patriotically propaganda-filled, so it's surprising Casey isn't a little bit won over. They're supposed to begin the test, so Chuck asks what to do now. Jill tells them they have to take the test, since they don't want to raise suspicions. Casey mutters that he hates tests and then tries to look at Chuck's answers. Chuck leans forward to hide his test screen, and Casey's all, "You're joking, right?" The guy who found Chuck and Casey on the eighth floor is explaining to another guy that he found them there as they're looking at them take the tests through cameras that are apparently inside their test screens. They look up their faces in whatever database they have that's apparently not the Intersect, and quickly get identities for both of them. They wonder if Chuck's there to rescue his father.
At the Buy More once again, the corporate guy tells Buster how impressed he is that the store's running smoothly and that the employees, "for some strange reason," respect Buster. I love that he added the "for some strange reason," because it's awesome that even the corporate guy hates Buster. He would just like to find Big Mike. Buster says he took the day off, and plays Morgan's recording of Big Mike saying Buster's a good worker, which allows him to fish three times a week without the store ever missing a beat. The corporate guy says he came down here to evaluate Big Mike, and now he's off fishing? Morgan's listening as the corporate guy continues that Buster's been gunning for Big Mike's job all year, so now it's his. He wishes the new store manager good luck as Morgan looks pissed.