Recapper: See? This is what I mean. It's like it's trying to be stupid.
Jim: Word. But Stephanie's right. You drink your coffee; we'll do the heavy lifting. Okay, so the escapees are on the run from Johnny Law -- on a college campus. When I get there, the cops are already there, of course, but even with their guns, cruisers and training, they can't catch these escapees when they're on foot. Oh crap. I need coffee, too.
George: I got this, dude. Go sit with the recapper. I think she needs a strong shoulder to cry on.
Recapper: sniff I do. I really do.
Jim: I'm married.
Recapper: As am I. You're also fictional. And really, I'm barely the same species as your wife. Don't worry. This is purely platonic, and mainly pathetic.
Jim: Just so long as we're clear. George, you got the rest of this? I really can't stand to tell it, either.
George: Yeah yeah. Got this. So anyhow, Davies steals a Vespa...
Jim and Recapper: groan
George: And he rides it through a building. Jim gets to the door at the other end, and just sticks out his arm, which knocks Davies to the ground. And then Jim just stands there, as if to make sure that Davies gets a good look at him. Once the cops catch up, Jim up, up and aways. Oh man, I see what you two mean. Got any more java?
Recapper: Help yourself, and come sit by us, honey.
Daphne: Okay, lemme do it. So meanwhile, at school, Chris and I both get detention for bickering with each other in History.
JJ: And Natalie and I get detention for texting each other during Professor Dick's class.
Recapper: I have a question. Why is JJ, who was probably learning disabled before the plane crash and in his own words, "flunking out", in the same class as Natalie, who he met at Club MENSA?
JJ: Oh come on. It's like you've never seen this show. You can't engage it that deeply or it just makes it worse. Anyhow, Professor Dick reads our texts aloud, and they're fairly embarrassing, but only because they're lame -- like "what's your favorite color" and "what's your favorite memory?" Natalie's favorite memory is the time it snowed in Visalia, because it had never before snowed there, and so that taught her anything is possible.
Katie: Meanwhile, Joshua is withdrawing from the seekrit serum, but I just think he's sick. When he refuses to go to a doctor, I trick him to coming into work with me, so Stephanie can check him out. When we get to Global Tech, we run into Charlotte from Lost, and although I'm blind to it, it's pretty clear to everyone else that they have a history, but I just babble through my introductions and get Joshua to the lab.