Well. Isn't this nice. I have made a wonderful little list that states everything that has gone wrong since this little mission started(from greatest to least):
1. Carson is being mind-controlled by a weird guy.
2. How can I duplicate the chair in a limited amount of time??
3. How in the world does said seat-thing work in the first place!?
4. Carson is being mind-controlled by a psycopath.
5. Everyone is arguing.
6. Said arguing is giving me a massive headache.
7. Amber has her self-doubt look on her face, and quite honestly, she needs to stop doubting herself, that's my job, stop stealing it.
8. Did I mention that Carson was being mind-controlled by some guy in a chair with a god complex? Because it's starting to get me mad.
I tap on the shoulder of a Dr. Kaitlin Snow -I overhear things, okay?- and she turns around to look at me. "Yes?" she asks. "Yeah, hi, I'm Ethan Banner. Do you mind telling me how the seat-thing works? Because if we're sending in multiple people then I need to duplicate it or if one them goes wrong, it would be nice to know how to fix it," I informed her bluntly. "Oh, yeah, sure, of course. Cisco! Lisa! C'mere!" she semi-whispered to them while Amber, Speedy One and Speedy Two talked quietly and Grim and Josh were having a revelation or something. We all, and by all I mean the four of us, surrounded the chair and I crossed my arms and asked, "So how does it work?" Mr. Cisco seemed delighted that one of us new guys were interested in the mechanics of one of his inventions. I wasn't surprised. I got the same feeling when Mr. Stark or my dad asked about one of my own inventions or robots. So with that simple question, I started Mr. Cisco and Lisa/Allie on a lecture. Not a you-did-something-wrong lecture, but a good ol' fashioned welcome-to-college-level-education,-this-is-what-I'm-teaching-you,-you-better-keep-up lecture.