Carter catches up with Sheriff Andy on his way to the car and tells him his "random acts of gravity" theory. Sheriff Andy accuses Carter of being nuts, but Carter doesn't care, as long as his theory explains what's been going on. He asks Sheriff Andy to look for more instances of sudden weight changes, and Sheriff Andy agrees because he's such a good sheriff! I love this guy! It turns out he doesn't have very far to look, as just as Carter walks away from Andy's car, it collapses in on itself like that scene in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home when the cloaked ship landed on a garbage can in the park. You all know what I'm talking about because if you watch this show, you're all nerds anyway. Don't deny it.
Carter finds Henry and Allison in the GD warehouse, commenting that he didn't know GD had a warehouse. It has just about everything else, Carter, so why not? Imagine greater. While Henry works out some calculations, Carter says he thinks the random acts of gravity are targeting Andy. With that, Henry asks Carter and Allison who remembers their fancy-shmancy physics lessons, just so that Allison can stare at Carter and make him feel stupider than he already always does. Then she explains that gravity is made up of massless particles called gravitons that are distributed equally across the gravitational field. That is, until now, as Henry says his readings show that the gravitons are coalescing, causing "gravity wells" or areas of "intense super-gravity," a.k.a. stuff gets HEAVY. Are gravitons anything like The Gravitron? Because that ride is vicious, and everyone's going to be really nauseous when this is all over. Allison snottily says that gravity wells don't exist, because there always has to be one doubter on this show and the robot sheriff can't do it because he's currently squished. Henry has a demonstration for Allison to show her just how possible this is. He grabs a feather and lets it float in the air ... until it hits a certain part of the room, where it suddenly goes crashing to (and then through) the floor. Henry says his scanner thing can show him exactly where the gravity wells are as they pop up and disappear all over town. But it can't tell him why or how.