"Wow!" the inspector exclaimed. "Usually, people in your situation would fall into a life of crime... I'm impressed."
He turned to Jack. "As you know, I'm trained to search for viruses..."
"Do you feel the need to explain that every time you come?" Jack sighed. The inspector laughed.
"No, but it's fun to see your reaction," he said. "It's different every time."
"So this'll take another hour, right?" Tara muttered. The inspector nodded. He went to the nearest workstation.
"The sky's all wrong," he said. "You might want to work on it before release."
"None of us were working on the sky," Jack said, sounding terribly puzzled.
"Joke... er, Kurt did that a little bit ago," Tara said. "I think he was trying to make it easier to see what he was doing with the trees."
"Nice tree work, Mr. Reynolds," the inspector said. "But I suggest making the sky your next job."
He went back to work.