After the break, ceiling-stuck Fargo has attracted quite a crowd, including Henry. Carter is still in a bad mood about Tess possibly leaving, and snaps at Fargo that he must have pushed another wrong button. Fargo is a bit hurt, saying that he is the victim here. Henry finally speaks up to say that there are no buttons in this lab that could cause whatever's going on with Fargo. Carter asks if this could have anything to do with the supercollider accident, but Tess is absolutely sure that's not possible. Fargo, meanwhile, just wants to get down safely before gravity comes back and does it for him. Crazy Julia is ready with a CGI insta-mattress, which she apparently carries around in her purse. Just in time, too, as gravity suddenly returns and Fargo and the metal objects plummet to the ground. Fargo misses the mattress. "Missed it by that much," he Maxwell Smarts. Crazy Julia and Henry walk him to the infirmary, with Henry saying "who knows what you've been exposed to." Well, now you're exposed to it, too. Way to touch the guy with freaky gravity problems of unknown origin, Henry. Carter says he wants to talk to Zane, but Tess insists that this has nothing to do with the collider. Carter cuts her off, because he's obviously mad at her but lacks the ability to say so.
Hey, Zoe is actually at school! But she isn't in class; rather, she's at the biotech dive finals, a horrifying and dangerous exercise in which innocent young students' bodies are controlled by their classmates as they plummet from a 10-meter-high diving board. Tesla is safer than GD, but not by much. The good news is that this gives a few Olympic divers the chance to earn some extra cash through stunt work. The first student, who looks terrified, does a two-and-a-half forward pike, whatever that means. Luckily for her, her partner is able to control all of her muscle movements precisely using what is obviously the controller from an RC car. She gets all 9s from the judges. Pilar (hi, Pilar!) is not concerned, telling Zoe that she'll do better. Zoe takes this opportunity to ask Pilar if she's going to get electrocuted or anything. I would have asked this question well before even agreeing to be Pilar's partner in the first place, but Zoe's the super-smart early Harvard student and not me. Pilar says that she's using a subcutaneous system, which is thus totally waterproof. That also means, as Zoe suddenly realizes, that the biometric sensors will be placed under the skin. Before she can run away, Pilar uses a light gun thing to inject sensors in all of Zoe's joints. It's a slightly painful process and it doesn't really make sense that Zoe wouldn't have known about this ahead of time. After all, wouldn't Pilar and Zoe have needed to practice? Before Zoe can get too angry with Pilar, she suddenly becomes sad and sentimental as she realizes that Zoe will be leaving for college soon and they won't be able to do fun things like this anymore. Zoe uses this as an excuse to complain about Lucas and how he didn't seem to care when she told him about Harvard. I'll bet Pilar is sick of hearing about Lucas.