Stephanie's Office: Her colleague Katie (Autumn Reeser) scurries alongside Stephanie trying to help her maintain her high-paced life. Katie will make the Powells' dinner reservations. "Someplace romantic?" she offers. Stephanie: "Someplace they won't give the table away if I'm late." Tsk. Sad. In the board meeting, Stephanie makes a presentation on a wonder-plant found in the Amazon Basin: the Trilsetum Coronis (which Google doesn't recognize, but my spelling taken from her slides). A cocky colleague mocks her for wasting the board's time on a plant, because he's never taken a science course, apparently. Let's ignore him. Oh look, there's RevCam. Here though, Stephen Collins plays Dr. Dayton King -- Stephanie's boss. He puts Cocky back in his place and Stephanie continues her presentation with King's encouragement and some prompting from their teleconferencing corporate overlord.
Batting Cages: Jim bribes the attendant to rent him the whole place for an hour and take a break. Instead of batting though, he's catching the machine's tosses at speeds between 90 and 140 miles per hour. Gloveless!
Stephanie's Office: RevCam King invites Stephanie to give an in-depth presentation to the corporate overlord who is flying in tonight for that express purpose. There goes date night.
Cages: George joins Jim who gleefully shows off his mad skills. The ball is going so fast it disintegrates in Jim's palm. This is the moment I started liking the show. Because yo, if you could suddenly catch speeding bullets and baseballs, you would tell your best friend, and being your best friend, he would be fascinated, delighted and thrilled! Thank you Show for being real despite your fantastic premise. Next, Jim asks George to shoot him. Hee.
Stephanie calls Jim to cancel date night and is taken off guard when he's fine with that.
Cages: George, being a DA, is having doubts about shooting his friend, but Jim tells him that something extraordinary and impossible is happening to him and he needs his help in figuring out what it is. George is not anxious to kill his friend, because he's his friend and because he doesn't want to end up in the joint with a bunch of guys he put away. He refuses, and thank you for that too, Show -- because I would have lost all respect if a DA willingly shot at his friend, just because he could catch some blistering fastballs barehanded. It doesn't matter anyhow, because the gun accidentally discharges and Jim catches the bullet. George faints dead away.