Kim is in Tess's lab. She explains that the "primary machine" malfunctioned and had to create a replacement -- Kim. Allison asks what the original computer made her out of, since the only organic material on board was the organic computer itself. Henry says they might have tried to keep the room clean while they built the ship, but nothing's perfect and stuff always finds a way in. Except that they said just two weeks ago that GD had this amazing clean room technology that removed everything down to the last molecule. Apparently not, since Kim left a skin cell behind in the ship like a freaking slob. Thus, new Kim was created. "I look forward to working with you, Henry," Kim says, putting her hand on the glass like she's Spock at the end of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn. I guess Henry is more of a Star Wars fan, because he just frowns and leaves the room. Undaunted, Kim asks for a writing utensil.
Back outside the Sheriff's office, the appliance pick-up party is nearly complete and Jo and Carter are exhausted and sick of toasters. They can't take a break, though, as Fargo comes rushing up to complain that the 200 peta-volt boost converter they returned to him is the wrong one, and inferior. He wants his 200 peta-volt boost converter back, or else is ready to accuse Carter and Jo of shenanigans. Carter recognizes the device as the thing he gave Dr. Lieber early that day, and Fargo immediately accuses him of taking the better converter on purpose because "there is nothing honest about Tom Lieber." Not even his last name, which begins with LIE. "I'm gonna get back what's mine," Fargo says ominously. Or it would be ominously if it wasn't coming from Fargo.
Carter heads back to GD to return Allison's blender because she's just too cool to go wait in line and get it herself. She's in what I believe used to be the Product Placement Deodorant Lab with Tess and Zane, who is moving his fingers around in a tray of bright green and yellow gel that we're supposed to believe is an organic computer. Zane explains that the gel uses electrical impulses from Zane's hands to interface with whatever's left of the ship's computer. "It's pretty cool," Zane smiles. He's much more likable when he's being a dork. Anyway, it's not cool enough to get much from the ship's computer, as Zane says all he can do is confirm that it made Kim, which everyone had to kind of know already. I mean, how else could this have happened? That means that all twenty years of space exploration data is locked inside Kim and Kim alone, which will make it tricky to retrieve in a timely fashion. Zane thinks Henry would be able to help, and Carter says he can help with that. Before he goes, Allison informs him that he gave her someone else's blender. Well then, I guess you should have gone down there yourself, Princess. And maybe all those Eurekans shouldn't have been such assholes and taken stuff they knew wasn't theirs. I refuse to blame Carter and Jo for the fact that no one got back what was actually his.