If Elliot had a nickel for every time his job was getting stared at in this storyline, he'd have two nickels. Which isn't a lot, but it's weird that it happened twice.
In the previous commentary, I was tempted to hint that there were two primary reasons Tedd was using the bat instead of the glove.
The reasons I had in mind was that Tedd had reason to doubt the actual functionality of the glove, and Tedd didn't want to remind anyone of Lord Tedd.
In my mind, I was combining more magic power storage with doubting the functionality of the glove, so it's fair to say there were actually three reasons. In retrospect, "oh wait, that's three" might have been an annoying, so I'm glad I didn't hint there were two.
In any case, that's three possible cookies for predicting stuff before we even get to what the experiment actually is.