On the other side of the glass, Carter tells Allison about Henry's findings with Lieber. He wonders if what happened to Lieber had something to do with the ship, but Allison says he wasn't at the landing site or GD today. But didn't he help build it? At least, his boost converter was. Maybe someone else stole it out of his lab. Apparently, that's not too hard to do. With that, Zane starts the scan. Noises happen and Kim looks worried. Then Zane reports there's a neural spike, but Kim says she had nothing to do with it. Something explodes in a shower of sparks, and Zane accusingly asks Kim what she's doing. He answers his own question by saying she's draining the feedback loop, whatever that is. It probably has something to do with the polarity. The monitors go all wavy and Kim stands up just as Zane suddenly finds his head surrounded by little lightning bolts. Zane really overdoes the electrocution acting, crossing his eyes and making what is supposed to be an intense moment comical. You know, everyone else on this show can handle getting electrocuted without hamming it up.
After the break, Zane is still alive and resting comfortably in the GD sick bay. He has little metal disks on his temples, because why not reuse props they just used on another character (Kim) a few minutes ago? Blame the economy. In fact, am I wrong or is the GD sick bay in the same room where Jo was electrocuted during her DNA scan a few weeks back (when she did a great job getting electrocuted by the way, Zane)? Zane wakes up to find Jo at his side and Carter, Henry, and Allison standing nearby. Henry is the only doctor in town, so he tells them that Zane didn't have a seizure, which I could have guessed when I saw the freaking lightning bolts coming out of his head but apparently Allison isn't as observant as I am and had to ask. Zane's vital signs still aren't looking great, by the way. Carter asks if this could be what happened to Lieber, which Jo doesn't like hearing at all. Nor does Zane. "Didn't Lieber die?" he asks. I'm glad the word seems to have gotten around, at least. Surely there's a wall somewhere in GD were they put the names of all the employees who died in the name of science. It's a big wall, too. Allison says that Lieber was alone when he went all electric, but Zane was at GD and thus able to be helped and his internal voltage spike dissipated. He asks if he can get back to work, but of course the answer is no. Those metal discs on his temples are to suppress his neural electrical activity to try to delay another spike. But they won't be able to stop it completely, and another wave is already building. When Jo realizes that her boyfriend isn't out of the woods yet, she starts off to kill Kim, who she blames for this. Carter softly reminds Jo that this is an ongoing investigation and there are rules she must follow. Which is all well and good, but where was that talk when she attacked Fargo?