Powell Pad: JJ calls Daph a traitor and yells at her for setting him up. When Daphne tries to talk to him, he marches off, grumbling "I don't need this tsuris." Heh. When Jim wants to know what's up, Daphne tells him it's a long story. She then lets him know she didn't end up telling Megan the truth, after all, because she doesn't want things to change between them. "Once you know someone's secret, it's all you can think about, sometimes. It's all I think about with you." Whenever Jim goes out, she's going to worry what danger he's facing. So, the message of this episode is lying for the win? Maybe I won't let my kids watch, after all. Jim then blathers on about how the powers are allowing him to be who he always wanted to be, and I start to nod off, so lets move on to the next scene.
Lab: RevCam King summons Jerkface to his office and asks him why his keycard was used to access the medical lab, the night prior. Since Jerkface wasn't there, the guys chalk it up to a computer glitch, as nothing is showing up on the surveillance tape. RevCam dismisses Jerkface with a "That's all, Francis." Once Francis is gone, RevCam reviews the tape again, and notices a brief blip, right in front of Stephanie's vial of blood. Dun dun dun.
The episode ends with Jim swooping Stephanie up to the roof of an exclusive restaurant, where he has a private, candlelit dinner waiting for them. He returns her ring, even as he tells her it's the ugliest ring he's ever seen, which it so was not. It's a round-cut solitaire. It's a classic. I mean, I assume he didn't buy the clearest, most colorless stone, but it's not an ugly ring. Methinks someone needs to check out the Bella/Edward Twilight Engagement Ring to get some perspective on ugly. Jim goes on and on about how the (NOT) ugly ring is the only one he could afford when he was a struggling artist, because ARE YOU NOT YET CLEAR THAT JIM HAS NEVER BROUGHT HOME THE BACON?! Stephanie argues with him that it's beautiful, which inspires Jim to wax romantic about the night he proposed to her. "You looked at [the ring] and said, 'That's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen'," he continues. "I knew right then I had the right girl. Every time I see it on your finger I know you loved me for who I am, and I love you for the beauty you see in ordinary things." So, you didn't know she was the right girl, before you proposed? Huh. They smooch, and Jim finally asks his smoking hot wife to dance, and I finally get to put this episode to bed.