Wifi Lair; George's Garage: George has discovered that all of the robbed banks are within six blocks of a highway on-ramp, but Jim tells George he can't play with him anymore because he has a family, and maybe George would understand if he, too, had a family. Yeeooouch, Jim. George cheesed me off earlier, too, but at least he wasn't trying to be mean. Jim sees my point, but he doesn't know what to say to patch things up with his buddy, so he just leaves George to wonder what he's going to do with all the lair crap.
School: Professor Dick is certain JJ is cheating. This could be solved immediately if only he'd make up a couple of problems off the top of his head and question the kid, but neither he nor super-genius JJ have the brains to think of that. JJ instead mouths off and leaves, while Prof. Dick promises the Powell parentals will be hearing from him.
Powell Pad: Katie arrives to find Steph making 300 muffins for the fair, the old-fashioned way. Huh. Funny, I don't see the bakery boxes. Oh well. Steph wants to know why Katie isn't waiting for the water sample at work. Katie explains it did arrive at GlobalTech, today -- at the Flagstaff, Ariz., office of one Dr. S. Powell, "S" standing for "Sidney." Stephanie asks Katie to procure another sample, and she would if she could, but a tropical storm has since struck Belém, Brazil -- altering the chemical composition of the water at the crash site. So Steph of the Pledging Powells runs the 445-mile route to Flagstaff, with 100 Nut Medley granola bars in her backpack. (Which Katie thoughtfully packed to help Steph stabilize her glucosamine levels, which is all well and good, but doesn't girlfriend need some water, too?)
Precinct: While Jim is on the phone with Professor Dick, he gets more guff from Detective Dick (no relation). Once Jim gets home, he and JJ talk about the math teacher's allegations. Jim doesn't outright proclaim JJ to be a cheater, but he goes on about how the boy feels left out and wants to feel special. This leads to (forgivable) pouty angst on JJ's part. Once he mopes off, Daphne doesn't spill her brother's secret, but she does lay a little guilt on dear old Dad. "He was really excited you were proud of him." When Jim realizes Stephanie isn't home, he calls her. At first, she tries to play it off like she's just at the store, but then admits she's about 500 miles away.