Meanwhile, Allison is staying cool by wearing the ugliest dress known to mankind. Seriously, it is all kinds of wrong. It's a horrible pink/purple color, the material appears to be a combination of silk and plastic, and the cut is really unflattering. Ugh! I don't usually pay much attention to characters' clothes, but this one is a doozy. Worse yet, she wears it for the rest of the episode! She reports to Café Diem, where Fargo and Vincent angrily inform her that Eva is using her power to sabotage the election: she had every single photo on Vincent's Wall of Fame "redacted." Now the voters won't know how connected Vincent is to the history of Eureka! This is something they might think about while they're wondering why Vincent and his campaign manager insist on wearing suits in ninety degree weather. "Why would she do that?" a furious Vincent asks. "Why?" Fargo whispers. They are fun together, aren't they?
Carter and Jo head into the Product Placement lab after looking through Herrera's GD files and finding that he seems to be telling the truth -- he hasn't been involved in any sun or fusion experiments. They're just in time for the air conditioning to shut down, which means a lot of scientists are about to wish they didn't have to wear a lab coat. Zane will not be one of them, since he is not a real scientist, nor does he wear a lab coat, as it would cover up the cool art on his skintight T-shirts. Zane shows off his scans of the mini-sun as Allison enters and reports that Eva had all the files related to the underground bunker redacted except for one: the Department of Defense's accounting files. Eva's way too cool to think about accounting, that's why. In 1939, the DoD ordered the ingredients for a fusion bomb. From where, I wonder? Bob's Fusion Bomb Warehouse and Discount Waterbeds? Unstable Elementmart? Jo gets a line to wonder if the bunker is some kind of bomb-testing facility. Carter says they have to get into the bunker before Eva destroys all the evidence. He's wondering if something down there is causing the mini-sun above the surface, because he knows that in Eureka, everything always ties together somehow.