Jo and Carter head for Larry, who is looking very smug about the supercollider's failure. Apparently, word travels fast around GD. He's indignant when Carter asks if he's the reason for that failure, but Jo reminds him that he's sabotaged GD projects before. Larry can't believe that his proven history of experiment-tampering would follow him around like this, saying that if anything, he's the one who should be mad at the supercollider team, because he's sure they're responsible for his Fembot's recent malfunctions. Carter immediately asks Larry to shut up about the Fembot, because he has no interest in the mental images it will give him, but Larry continues that ever since the supercollider exploded, his Fembot has been "completely non-responsive." First of all, that could just be because she's mad at Larry for leaving her to get some coffee and thus is a successful approximation of a woman indeed. Second of all, I really don't think Larry has any sexual interest in a female robot, and I'm not sure why they'd want us to think he is except for a "funny" joke. Kind of like how everyone had helium voices for a few minutes for no reason. Ha ha ha. Anyway, the best part of the entire scene is Jo's expression. She finally speaks up to ask Larry how the supercollider could have anything to do with Larry's Fembot. Larry just says that dark energy is capable of anything.
In a lab, Fargo looks over the supercollider for clues as to why it malfunctioned. Crazy Julia is helping him, even though her previous work at GD had nothing to do with this. Fargo says that some controller thing was "fried," which threw off the balance and caused the accident. Crazy Julia says she's just glad that Fargo is okay. He says his latest brush with death has made him realize that "life is short and fate is cruel." "Especially around here," Crazy Julia says. Okay, maybe she isn't so crazy after all. It's about time that someone noticed how terrible it is that so many GD employees end up as smoking piles of ash. Fargo says he has a lot of things to do before he dies, and he wants to do them with Crazy Julia. I sort of thought he was proposing, but no. He's just asking Crazy Julia to go sky-diving with him. Also, bungee jumping. And "go on a high-speed chase." Fargo is sure Jo will agree to chase them. Oh, please. Everyone knows it's not a real high-speed chase if it's set up ahead of time. Suddenly, the lights and computer screens dim ominously.