In one of the ship's cavernous corridors, Lisa lets herself into a storage room, unobserved by anyone but Joshua. Lucky for her, that moment is when all his memories start flooding back. He quickly follows her as Mr. Turtleneck and a couple of guards close in. He catches her popping the stolen blue balls (which the team already had time to return, I guess) back into a rack, and they stare at each other through a few more flashbacks of himself plotting with Lisa and Ryan, and also shooting Vs. So it's all come back to him, then. Lisa just stands there looking busted, until Joshua hustles her out through the storage room's highly convenient back door. By the time Mr. Turtleneck and his goons arrive, the room is empty. So how would the theft be traced back to Lisa if apparently just anyone can walk in there? In the other corridor, Lisa asks Joshua why he didn't let her get caught, as though he was any help at all in preventing that. Joshua says he remembered. "Who I am. That I'm Fifth Column. Like you." You know, Joshua was the most interesting subplot on the show for me. Was he faking amnesia? If not, would his memories come back? And if they did, would they come back without his old loyalties? Well, there's all those questions answered, in less than a minute, in the least interesting way possible. Congrats, V. My favorite Fifth Columnist just went back to being Robert Englund as Willie.
Chad's back at the TV studio for another Chadcast, and he's just sitting down at the desk as She-Chad is telling him she thinks Anna must be behind the blackout. After a moment's thought, Chad tells her she's right -- a source of his at the Department of Energy told him that the Concordia reactor caused the blackout. "It melted down or blew out, something technical." Whoa, slow down there, Scotty. She asks why he isn't reporting it, and he says Anna won't let him. "You, on the other hand, have a chance to make a name for yourself." Like she's going to go live on the air with second-hand, unsourced, incomplete, unverified hearsay with absolutely no details? With a half-story fed to her by her professional rival, who as far as she knows has no reason to want to help her? If she's that stupid, she deserves what she gets. Aaand it turns out she is; when the camera goes live, Chad gives her an encouraging nod and she stupidly announces, "I have just received exclusive word that tonight's blackout was not cause by an electrical grid problem as reported earlier. In fact, it was caused by the near-catastrophic failure of the blue energy reactor at New York's Concordia site." Unfortunately the scene ends before everyone in the newsroom starts scrambling around in panic, reprogramming TelePrompTers and looking for that old "Please Stand By" card they have around here somewhere while She-Chad ad-libs the rest of her "report" and Chad sits there looking like Mike Myers next to Kanye.