And they've managed to convince "Julia" to take another ride in the DNA electrocution chamber. Allison is there to apologize to "Julia" for not believing (or even trying to believe) that she was really Jo and then gives us the bad news: the process of turning Jo's DNA into Julia's has caused her DNA to destabilize, so now her cells are all misfiring and that's pretty much terminal. One question -- how would misfiring cells cause you to get wavy lines all over your face?
After the break, Henry has magically created a device to temporarily stop "Julia's" cells from the wavy line spasms. They sit "Julia" down in Julia's DNA-switching torture chair while they try to explain the mess that "Julia" is in. "Julia" says her DNA hasn't been right since Stefano's chamber electrocuted her, which isn't true since the problem started before that, but it does give her the idea to take the DNA information from the scanner and put it into Julia's DNA chair to try to restart her cells and give her her body back. But if there are two DNA profiles for Jo, how will they know which one is right? Also, they'll need the real Julia to help them, and no one can find her, since her DNA no longer matches that of the DNA profile since it's all unraveling and stuff. "Julia" has a very simple solution to that: just look for Fargo's DNA. "Jo" should be nearby.
Back at the firing range, "Jo" has told Fargo the truth about who she is and what she did. This is a pretty heavy first date, but Fargo doesn't run away because he's just that desperate for female companionship. Seriously, Fargo, you're better off with Vince. Even if you aren't gay, you're still better off. Because Vince is not crazy, and Julia totally is. "I'm really sorry," "Jo" says for the fifteenth time. It still doesn't ring sincere. She says she did all of this to get Fargo's attention. Fargo says it wasn't necessary -- he fell for Julia's personality, not Jo's looks. "Jo" points out that she had to have Jo's looks for him to even get to know her in the first place, to which Fargo says that he didn't respond to Julia's flirting attempts before because he's too socially clueless to realize she was making them and Julia is too socially awkward to do more than say hi in the first place. Good point, Fargo. He says he wants to get to know the real Julia, and not the Julia in Jo's body. Of course he does, because the real Julia is also very pretty, so that's easy. They couldn't have cast someone who is actually unattractive? And no, sticking glasses on a pretty woman does not make her ugly. Ever. Also, aside from liking Asimov and Halo 3 and being batshit crazy, what does Fargo really know about Julia's personality in the first place to have fallen for it this hard? "Jo" says this whole thing is a big mess. Fargo commiserates with her, saying that he's made a few messes himself. But none of them involved ATTEMPTED MURDER or willfully stealing someone's entire life and leaving her to be considered insane and kicked out of town. "Jo" has another spasm just as Henry and Zane enter the room.