Allison's cell phone rings, and why didn't Fargo just call that number in the first place when he was at the site? Also, is right next to her unborn child really the best place to keep that phone? I know we don't really have any proof that those things cause cancer, but still. Allison doesn't give Fargo enough time to tell her anything before she puts him on to talk to Carter. With that, Tabitha hangs up the phone. Well, those are some serious minus points for Allison for what just happened.
In the GD sick bay, Carter reports that the kids are trying to get out again and he thinks they should shut the grid down right now. Allison gives the order to Henry, and the grid is deactivated. On Main Street, all the cars stop at the same time. The pizza delivery guy who looks a lot like Ron Livingston is especially concerned because this will seriously effect the 30 minutes or less guarantee. At GD, the teens collapse. But all is not well, as Carter tends to Zoe and finds her looking catatonic.
After the break, the teens are back in bed. Henry says they're in a state of heightened REM sleep. Oh, that could be fun. Dreams are cool. I dreamt last night that I was stuck back in high school but I got to sass all my teachers with no repercussions. It was great! Henry says the teens seem to be suffering more severe effects from the grid deactivation, probably because they were the first on the grid and therefore most affected. The shitty driver adults who were put on the system later seem to be able to wake up from time to time. Carter regrets shutting the system down now. From his bed, Zane sleepily mutters that his system wasn't sophisticated enough to control a human brain. Henry says it could have interacted with a signal that was only strong enough to reach them at night when the sun was down, reducing the interference. But he then dismisses that idea since they used an encrypted signal on smart asphalt to avoid it running into any local interference like that. Um, Henry? Aren't you forgetting about that whole approaching signal from outer space?
Larry has reason to celebrate: he found a Mr. Big bar buried underneath empty cups of Vinspressos. He kindly offers Fargo half, but Fargo refuses, saying he doesn't want his last meal to be half of a Mr. Big bar. "Drama queen!" Larry says. I love Larry. He says he's not worried about this at all, since Tabitha is only mad at Fargo. Fargo points out that Larry said Tabitha smelled like feet. He starts to look worried. The road becomes bumpy, and Fargo guesses they're driving on the Da Vinci bridge. Now Larry looks very worried. He makes sure to put the entire blame for this mess on Fargo, who never met an object he couldn't turn psychotic thanks to his special A.I. programs. Fargo starts to reminisce about Tabitha, and how she was a great car that never let him down (except for all the times she broke) and he sold her without even saying good-bye as soon as something new and better came along. "Seriously, you deserve to die," Larry says in between sobs. Fargo ignores him and strokes the car, saying he's sorry for letting her down. He asks for her forgiveness and then suddenly he's barking out orders for her to contact Allison. It doesn't work. Tabitha keeps right on driving on that endless road while Larry moans that he's going to die a virgin. TMI.