In the smart people's zeal to explain things to Carter, they confused him even more by saying that Kim is like the organic computer's child. And yet, Zane is still walking with them instead of racing back to his organic computer and giving it some organic computer birth control. As for Tess, she likes calling the fake Kim "Kim 2.0," which I'm glad Henry wasn't around to hear. Show some respect, Tess. Allison wants to study Kim in Tess's "bio-lab," which she originally set up in preparation for having lots of fun aliens to study. So shooting them out of the sky is wrong, but dissecting them is right? I see how it is, Tess. She complains that it's not exactly ready for "Henry's ex-girlfriend," which, again, let's be a little more sensitive to the reason why Kim and Henry are no longer dating. Allison orders her to scan the hell out of Kim and Zane to scan the hell out of the ship, fried on-board computer or not. Zane wants to talk to Henry, since he knows as well as we do that no one can do anything without him, but Allison tells him to leave Henry out of this for now.
Carter and Allison enter Allison's office, and Allison immediately sits down and rubs her belly. Apparently, the baby has been kicking her all morning. Oh, and also the baby is a girl, as Allison just found out yesterday. Huh? When? Didn't she spend every minute of yesterday freaking out about the impending alien arrival/zombie townspeople? Are you telling me she didn't feel the need to cancel her ultrasound appointment for that? If only she showed a fraction of that kind of dedication to Kevin. Anyway, Carter is tickled by the news: "I love little girls!" he says. Then he realizes how bad that sounds. Hee. Allison lets him put his hand on her belly, and he really does make the most adorable face when she kicks. He offers to help her out if she needs it. Surprise, surprise -- she does.
Guess where Jo's been all day? That's right, running the boson cloud exciter zombie builders item return center. People are lined up around the block to get their things back and it's getting a bit heated. Well, don't let a spaceship and a driving system hypnotize you and you won't steal your own stuff in the first place, will you? Carter walks up, as this is apparently the favor Allison needed (funny, I think Carter was offering her help in terms of baby delivery and care, not menial tasks created by runaway GD projects). Jo asks him to look for a "bagel-capable" toaster oven. Carter asks which color, white or chrome? "It's bisque," the toaster owner responds, looking all annoyed like bisque is a common toaster color that should have been one of Carter's suggestions or even a color in the first place. Seriously, "bisque?" Isn't that a soup? But I guess this answers my question about whether or not there were any women in town for Carter to date instead of Tess. With a "no." As Carter goes off to find it among a pile of bisque toasters, Jo complains that her laptop is on the fritz. The toaster lady doesn't care about anything except complaining about how someone else stole her toaster and now she has to wait in line for two hours to get it back, as if the person who stole it wasn't under the influence of space mind rays and everyone else in town didn't have the same problem. Carter puts a smile on her face quickly enough when he returns with a toaster that she loudly says is better than the one she had.