Pete brings Olivia's body to the Harvard lab, where the consciousness of Bell inside of her explains to the team that Olivia's consciousness is safe, but in a state of rest. Bell tells them that he planned the transfer of his consciousness several months ago when she met him in his office on the Other Side, and he slipped her the micro-magnets for the soul transfer in a cup of tea. Walter confirms that Olivia now has two distinct brain patterns, one active and one inert. Bell assures Broyles that Olivia's mind can accommodate her consciousness for several weeks, and Walter will find a more stable home for her before then. Peter and Broyles limit him to 48 hours in Olivia's body: after that, Broyles will have Walter come up with a way to drive out Bell's consciousness. Bell then asks Peter to get his files from Massive Dynamic on re-entry...Read the full recap
Bell-in-Olivia: I understand that this could take some time for you to get used to. Imagine how I feel. I never realized that a bra was so binding. (snickers)
Bell-in-Olivia: Has anyone ever told you, dear, that you have lovely hands?
Astrid: Thank you.
Jim: There is hope in raindrops. Isn't that what you said? What does that even mean?
Dana Gray: It means... that every drop of rain holds a promise of regrowth. Each has a purpose, even if they don't know it. I think we can feel that way, that we don't have a purpose. But we do.
Walter: Look at this. Me and Belly collecting human tissues and fluids specimens, just like when we were kids.
Peter: Glad you guys are enjoying yourselves.
Lincoln Lee: Second set, those fingerprints were identified as Dana Gray's. Which... is insane, because she's dead.
Bell-in-Olivia: Well, you know, stranger things have happened.
Lincoln Lee: Umm, no they haven't.
Peter: Don't listen to him. Her. Sorry. Go on.
Lincoln Lee: I know this sounds insane, but I don't think this woman can die.
Walter: Isn't this our lucky day.
Lincoln Lee: Umm, what is this place, exactly?
Peter: Uh, this is the place where the mysteries of the universe get answered. And congratulations, whatever your security clearance was, it just got upgraded about seven levels deeper.
Walter: Even if we were able to transfer your consciousness safely inside Gene, there are other matters to consider.
Bell-in-Olivia: We would communicate through my brainwaves. You would hook me up to an EEG machine and decipher my thoughts.
Walter: Well, that may work. Still... I'd have to milk you.
Bell-in-Olivia: We could assign Astrid. (they both snicker)
Walter: Three trains all passing through Norwood...
Bell-in-Olivia: Each traveling at it's own constant velocity...
Walter: Not accounting for station stops...
Peter: (on the phone) What are they saying in the background?
Astrid: I have no idea. They're doing that thing again where they don't finish sentences.
Lincoln Lee: So what changed? After all that time trying, why was she able to die now?
Peter: Welcome to the Fringe Division. Every answer you get just leads you to more questions.
Lincoln Lee: That may be. It's a lot more exciting than Hartford. Feel free to give me a call if you ever find yourself needing some help.
Peter: Be careful what you wish for.
Bell-in-Olivia: As a scientist, I like to believe that nothing just happens. That every event has some meaning, some sort of message. You just have to be able to listen closely enough to hear it.