After her disappearance, Peter and Lincoln go to Olivia’s apartment to search for clues. Lincoln thinks that Nina is responsible, but Peter warns that she won’t be easy to confess. The discuss Walter’s theory that Olivia has been acting strangely due to the cortexiphan that she’s been dosed with, and Lincoln realize that Peter may have been superimposing his memories of his Olivia on their Olivia. Peter is more interested in searching the apartment, and finds a hidden camera with a 6-hour memory chip in the security alarm. He says that he may be able to access the information and goes to Harvard to meet with Walter...Read the full recap
David Robert Jones: Olivia Dunham. I've waited so very long to meet you.
Olivia: Actually, we've already met.
David Robert Jones: You have me at a bit of a disadvantage.
Olivia: I watched you die, and I'm looking forward to seeing you do that again.
Astrid: Wait, stop.
Peter: What? What do you see?
Astrid: I don't see anything, but I really have to pee and I don't want to miss anything.
Walter: I've had the same issue for the last ten minutes.
Walter: Dear God, I have no idea if this man's physiology is similar to ours at all.
Peter: It is--at least that's what you told me in my timeline.
Walter: Oh. I suppose I have no reason to doubt myself.
Astrid: What do you think--that she's waiting for you at your house after she's been kidnapped?
Walter: I suppose it makes as much sense as anything that's gone on here.
Astrid: It doesn't make any sense.
Walter: My point exactly.