Powell Pad: George wants to work on Jim's finesse, so he explains that dancing will teach him awareness and control. It doesn't go too badly until Jim turns and smashes his super-fist into the wall. Just then, Daphne comes home. The guys act like they're lying when they say George is teaching Jim to dance, so she immediately gets suspicious. To prove his point, Jim starts dancing again. Daphne can't meet his eyes as she commands him to stop. Besides, she wants to talk to George. Thrilled that she's taking them up on the offer, Jim beats a hasty retreat.
Lab: Katie and Steph start their blood sample switcheroo caper. The jerkface from the pilot episode, who mocked Stephanie during her wonder-plant presentation, also happens to be the jerk who has "black keycard" access. Katie distracts him while Steph picks his pocket. All he feels is a gust of air and asks Katie, "Did they just kick the AC on?" Once she knows Steph's mission has been accomplished, Katie immediately drops the chatty Cathy act and walks away, leaving Jerkface hanging.
Powell Pad: Daph wants advice from George about the JJ/Sarah mind-reading situation. George is psyched because although super-strength and mind reading aren't in his wheelhouse, this kind of stuff is. Daphne cracks about having served as flower girl at both of his weddings. George allows that while he's no marriage expert, he's a master at dating. He tells her to go easy, so JJ won't get hurt. "Tell him she's not into guys like him -- that she only dates a certain type of guy." So, general tools rather than major tools? Daphne then changes the subject and asks George if he was really teaching Jim how to dance. Now he was, but not for the reasons Jim stated, so George gets nervous and reminds himself that Daphne can read his mind -- which she hears -- because she can read your mind, Sidekick George. As he makes his way out the door, he starts thinking the names of state capitals: "Alabama, Montgomery; Alaska, Juneau; New Mexico, Santa Fe -- no, Albuquerque." Subtle, Sidekick George. Real subtle.