If there is one thing Team scorpion knows how to do, it’s how to exercise that gray matter. Now, however, the CBS brain trust will have to put their pipes to the test.

That’s right; "Scorpion" is ready to tackle the make-or-break musical episode.

‘Scorpion’ gets musical

Whether you love ’em or hate ’em, television’s lyrical tributes are here to stay. From “Buffy” to “Scrubs” to “Ally McBeal,” every genre has dipped a toe in the coveted front of Broadway’s inspiration, and now “Scorpion” will join the list.

The series posted its first season 4 teaser on Tuesday, giving viewers a look inside the recording studio. If you were waiting for Katharine McPhee (Paige) to showcase her “American Idol” talents once more, now’s your chance.

“The Scorpion premiere will hit all the right notes,” the drama’s official Twitter announced. “Don't miss the big #TeamScorpion musical number on September 25th at 10/9c!”

It’s currently unclear whether or not the entire episode will get the Sondheim treatment. For now, it sounds as if “Everything is Absolutely Genius” might be the only number. What we do know, however, is that McPhee, Elyse Gabel (Walter), Ari Stidham (Sylvester) and Robert Patrick (Cabe) will all lend their voices to the production.

Next time on ‘Scorpion’

Set in the wake of the finale’s “Lost” adventure, the fall premiere will allow the team to recoup and explore the garage’s dual romances – Quintis and Waige.

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Now that Happy and Paige have tied the knot, it’s time for the pair to put the mechanic’s baby crib to good use.

“Like all things, the answers can be found in elementary school: First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes something in a baby carriage,” executive producer Nick Santora told TVLine.

As for Walter and Paige’s will-they-won't-they romance, all systems are go…finally.

“By the end of the season, the very last minute of our season finale, you’re pretty well convinced they’re going to be together at least for a little while,” executive producer Nicholas Wootton teased, according to Entertainment Weekly.

What exactly will that relationship look like? Fans will have to tune in to find out. “Scorpion” will return to CBS on Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. ET with the first half of the two-part premiere, “Extinction.” The season will continue with the series’ signature pun-tastic episode titles, including “More Extinction,” “Grow a Deer…,” “Nuke Kids on the Block,” and “Sci Hard.”