At the séance, Drechmeyer urges the spirit to come forward. The TIRD grabber flickers again, and then there's a loud blast of noise. But it's just Carter's cell phone. Everyone is annoyed at him. Heh. He apologizes and answers the phone. It's Jo, and she needs him to come back to the station right away. In the background, we hear various things breaking.
Apparently, Drechmeyer just couldn't get enough of rude Carter, so he followed him to the station. They find Jo hiding under her desk, and she urges them to do the same as something flies across the room and nearly beheads them. It's looking pretty bad, which makes me wonder why Jo would call Carter back there in the first place. It's dangerous! Carter decides that the jail cell is safer from flying objects that being under the desk, which it clearly is not. Small objects can still go through the bars and hit them. He ushers Jo into the cell with him. She's happy to comply after nearly being gored by a coat rack. Drechmeyer is too happy to see the proof of his theories than protect himself, so Carter has to waste time grabbing him and pushing him into the cell. He runs in himself after nearly being crushed by an oncoming desk. I guess it was a better idea to hide in the cell than under one of those desks after all. I didn't realize that they could move, too.
After the break, Carter apparently feels confident that his office won't erupt in poltergeist activity again and is restoring it to the way it looked before inanimate objects decided to flings themselves at the walls. Jo and Henry help out while Drechmeyer runs tests, pleased as punch that the spirits came after he summoned them. Carter points out that they didn't come to Café Diem, where they were supposedly summoned to, but Drechmeyer doesn't think the fact that his ghosts have a poor sense of direction should be held against him and his now proven research. "The Drech-Man is back in business!" he cries victoriously. Doesn't GD have a policy that anyone who calls himself "(first syllable of last name)-Man" is automatically redacted? They should. In fact, Henry seems to be considering making it a new town law as Drechmeyer takes off without even helping to clean up the mess he thinks his research helped make.
Carter wants more ideas as to how this could have happened. Henry has a few, but Jo is starting to think Drechmeyer was right all along. Maybe Drechmeyer inherited his mother's gift for communicating with the dead. I am very disappointed in you right now, Jo. Carter tells her to stop thinking that way and asks Henry if the Casimir Effect could have caused this. Henry says for something of this magnitude to happen, there would need to be a localized focusing device. As he says this, Carter finds a small box with a blinking light.