After the break, Vince has the espresso machine back on the counter, but I don't think he's going to be able to fix this one. Carter hopefully asks if there's anything on the premises that could explain what just happened, only for Drechmeyer to blame it on spirits. The woman chimes in with a suggestion of "real" poltergeists. "Not real, and not helping," Carter snaps. I love it when he tells people they aren't helping. Allison walks in to order Carter to do something menial. Drechmeyer tries to talk to her about the proof of ghosts he now has, but she just rolls her eyes before spotting the woman, who she recognizes. It's her old friend, Tess! Carter figures she's in town for a "girl's weekend" or a baby shower. Tess stands around with her mouth open while Allison says they need to go. Drechmeyer allows them to leave but insists they come back tonight so he can prove his theory by making contact with the spiritual world. Allison agrees to this because Drechmeyer says if it doesn't work, he'll leave town on his own.
Carter heads for Henry's garage to get a logical explanation for what happened at Café Diem. Also, a sandwich. Yeah, I wouldn't eat at Café Diem for a while after what just happened, either. Henry comes up with the Casimir Effect, but since that's already been featured on Lost, it's not going to be what's going on here. Also, way to spell Ever Carradine's name wrong in the credits. I'm pretty sure there are two R's there, unless she's spelling it differently so as to distance herself from a certain uncle who died in a most embarrassing way, which I would completely understand. Anyway, the gist of what Henry's saying is that it's possible someone is using magnets to make it appear that objects can move of their own accord.
Carter reports to GD to talk to Dr. Curtis about magnets. She thinks he's accusing her of messing with Drechmeyer and immediately denies it, saying she wouldn't waste her time and energy on the man and also didn't think of it first. Carter senses that Curtis and Drechmeyer are more than just partners, and it's true: they used to be husband and wife, but his obsession with the paranormal drove her away. And now he's gotten worse, Curtis says. Carter wonders if she isn't trying to discredit her ex to take over the entire project, but Curtis points out that with Drechmeyer acting like this, her work is being discredited, too. She just wants to move on. Check out Curtis with all this rational maturity! Could she really work at GD?