Carter drives to the site, where Allison is supervising a team of GD scientists as they analyze the towers. She asks about Zoe, and shouldn't she be concerned about Kevin or something? Why must I insist on refusing to forget about his existence like everyone else seems to have? Carter says the kids in this town are in "a lot of trouble" and begs Allison to tell him that a GD experiment isn't responsible for this, not even by accident. Allison says no as a bus full of large men arrive to destroy the towers and make everything all better again. Zane protests, saying it could trigger an anti-matter explosion. Apparently, after the work Zoe and her friends did last night (even though they had all of what, twenty seconds to do anything before Carter presumably took them away?), the plasma generator has turned into a trigger device for an anti-matter bomb made out of bailing wire and bubblegum. Hmm. I think we all know who is responsible for this: MacGyver! Allison cancels the tower-destruction and has some useless GD security officers placed at the site.
Not like I really care that much about something as trivial as Fargo's product placement car when there's an anti-matter bomb across town to worry about, but we check in on him anyway. He parks his new car on the street, only for Larry and Tabitha to drive past and splatter Fargo and the car with a lot of mud. Fargo is furious, but he should be seriously impressed here. Do you know how hard it is to cover someone's entire face and body with mud just by driving through a puddle?
Fargo is such a freaking baby that he reports to the sheriff's office and demands that Jo arrest Larry for making him messy. He makes the mistake of flicking some mud on Jo, and she takes a few seconds to summon up the strength to stop herself from tearing his arms off before saying this is all Fargo's fault for dumping Tabitha on Larry instead of caring for her himself. Fargo insists that he took great care of Tabitha, but who cares? It's not a child or a pet. This is Fargo's car and he can treat it however he wants. And Larry should know buyer beware. If these people could act like adults for once, it would be a non-issue. Fargo admits that he "lost interest" in keeping up his car. "What is wrong with you?" Jo snarls.