After the break, Sheriff Andy has been split in two, thanks to that fallen satellite, and he's lying on a table at GD being tended to by a very sad Fargo. Since Fargo wasn't sad when Jo quit because of his creation or even considered the fact that he created Carter's replacement, I do not feel sorry for him. Neither does the general, who tells Fargo to stop whimpering and start fixing. Carter decides to speak up and say that Sheriff Andy is looking pretty un-fixable, which is dumb because it just gets the general's attention and reminds him that Carter isn't supposed to be here. Ah, but Carter has a visitor's badge that he proudly shows off to the general, no doubt gained through his friendship with the head of GD, who pipes up that she doesn't have much hope for Sheriff Andy, either. The general takes off, and Allison says she's starting to think there's definitely something wrong. A forest of fallen trees is one thing, but a forest of fallen trees AND a fallen antenna dish is a problem. Carter says someone will have to investigate this. Allison says Sheriff Andy doesn't seem up to the job and hints that Carter can find Henry seeing to the antenna dishes.
Henry is trying to figure out how the satellite dish fell. The bolt that holds the dish on the pole is supposed to hold 29 tons, and as Henry demonstrates, the dish itself is made of some special GD metal that's incredibly strong but light enough for Henry to pick up the entire dish without breaking a sweat but with some fake-looking CGI. But if it's that light, how could it landing on Sheriff Andy have done so much damage? Carter asks if wind could be strong enough to do that, but Henry says it'd have to be some kick-ass wind to shear the bolt like that -- the power of 100 Class 5 tornadoes, to be exact. Carter wonders if whatever knocked down the dish also took out the trees.
Carter heads back to the tree fall site, only to find Dr. Leonardo there doing some investigating of her own. She isn't thrilled to see Carter, and hastily gets off the phone with whoever was in her earpiece. She closes her briefcase, which appears to be made of leaves. Dr. Leonardo really likes trees, you guys. Carter pumps her for information, but Dr. Leonardo insists that she can't tell him anything, no matter how much she might want to, because he isn't the sheriff. Cue Sheriff Andy's entrance and triumphant return to the mean streets of Eureka! He asks Dr. Leonardo what she's doing there, although it's clear that the antenna dish fall had an effect: he can no longer remember anyone's name. Whatever, he's still an awesome sheriff. Even when he calls Dr. Leonardo "Dr. Leotardo." When Carter tries to correct him, he gets called Steve. And then Dr. Leonardo's name changes to Dr. Zhivago. Hee. Sheriff Andy is funnier than Carter, too. Finally, Dr. Leonardo admits that she needed more space for her experiments, so she snuck out to public land and grew a couple insta-trees by the side of the road. What! She had a huge field all to herself for her experiments as we saw before, and that wasn't enough? She's greedy. She thinks it's okay because her research will benefit a lot of people. Except for the ones who are killed by falling trees. "I grew this entire grove in nine hours!" she says proudly. Are you telling me that no one in town noticed the sudden appearance of a forest by the side of a well-traveled road? They need Sheriff Andy even more than I thought! Dr. Leonardo says she has no idea why her trees fell, when she created them to be able to stand through a hurricane. Sheriff Andy agrees that the hydroscopic hardwood Dr. Leonardo's trees are made of is very tough. Carter asks if it's tough enough to withstand 100 Class 5 tornadoes. Apparently not.