The Rambaldi X-Files of the Fringe Eureka's Lost Ark
To do that, they'll need to ask him weird questions from a questionnaire that Artie gives them. Questions like, "Do you have the feeling that today is yesterday?" Myka scoffs at the question and Artie gets very testy. He had a run-in with a Mayan calendar a few years ago and that very question saved his life. The two agents who were with him, on the other hand -- "their clocks stopped." When Pete asks if that means they died, he just says, "they'll wish they had in a hundred years or so." Hee.
He gives them one of his cool video conference phones (a Farnsworth, he cleverly calls it), and an ancient stun gun designed by Nikola Tesla, which not only puts people down, but also zaps short term memory, which is why the agent at the museum doesn't remember getting zapped by it.
After they're gone, Artie asks Leerna about Myka's aura, which is tortured and guilt-ridden, if you hadn't quite put that together yet. I like Leerna, though. The actress is cool, even if the character is a little whack. Oh, and we learn that she may have known Artie since "a loooong time ago" as well, despite looking like she's 25. Which might explain how she has her own business at her age. Is everybody on this show just hundreds of years old?
She gives Artie the Houdini wallet, which she found in Myka's room, and Artie gets all nervous and sticks it in a plastic bag for neutralization.
In Seever City, a sheriff's deputy brings the agents in to interrogate the wifebeater. They get out a tape recorder and start asking the crazy questionnaire questions, and he insists he doesn't remember what happened and that he would never hurt Emily, when suddenly the kid gets all dark and intense, and then just starts chanting Italian in a demon voice. He gets super strength and breaks free of his handcuffs, flips the table over (hopefully saying "prostitution whore!" in Italian), and starts lurching towards them, when like two cops come in and are just able to stop him? Handcuffs bolted to the floor couldn't restrain him, but two middle-age small town cops? Delta force on this guy.
After the incident we see a middle aged woman with some ridiculous platinum hair color comforting him on a bench before the cops take him back to his cell.
She walks over to our guys and introduces herself as the kid's lawyer, Lorna Soliday. She calls him Cody, by the way. We may have heard his name before, but that's the first time I caught it.