Jim leaps onto the balcony of an apartment building, and George remotely guides him to apartment 20B, supposedly the home of a Jeremy Waldron. Seems King's been calling that place a lot in the last three days. Jim's about to give up when nobody answers his knock, but since George committed a federal offense even getting those phone records, he pressures Jim to pop the doorknob. Because having a B&E connected to this illegal search of records makes them less likely to get caught? Jim breaks into a sterile, pre-furnished, completely impersonal office/living space. In fact, the only indication that anyone's up to anything at all is a bulletin board covered with surveillance photos of all four Powells, as well as various documents, and notes on the movements of the whole family. Well, I guess this wasn't a dead end after all.
Back at home, Daphne gets a call from Chris, saying his bike won't start and he needs a ride. But it's actually Charlotte calling (she's a voice-shifter too, don't you know) to get her out of the house. That way Charlotte can shapeshift into Daphne -- clothes and all -- and head inside herself. A quick search of the master suite soon reveals Stephanie's lip stuff that so enflaccidates Jim's powers, not that Charlotte understands the significance; her Granola bar stash; and a copy of Freedom, about which all the buzz must be true, because Daphnot is instantly engrossed in it. So much so that she doesn't notice JJ has just come in all curious about what she's doing in there. Daphnot makes excuses, but is confused when JJ says it's time to go to the coffee shop. "Please tell me you haven't lost your memory again," he says. Daphnot asks why JJ needs her help, and after explaining that he's just spent an hour memorizing 37 books on criminal behavior, he says, "My super-brain can only get me so far. If I could read minds, I wouldn't need you, but I do, so let's go!" Daphnot's eyes light up as she says, "I can see how that would be very handy." But she says she has to go meet Chris. "Good chat. Very educational." Good thing she can shapeshift, because she's the worst spy ever.
Stephanie is in King's office, acting like she wants to continue Giles's research while he acts like it was too sketchy and shuts her down. Nice try, Stephanie. As she leaves the office, she gets a call from Jim, who is still hanging out in that office with the Powell-board. He tells her about it, and that they have to warn the kids.