She chases after him and very nearly catches him. That's when he stops, arms a mine and rolls it towards her. She dives for cover as it explodes nearby, showering her with glass from a decimated car window. Her ears ring. Lucky girl misses hearing Hauser's opening voice-over.
Rebecca gets a quick checkup from a handy EMT and worries about Petty's next move. Back in 1960, he probably got his mines from Presidio. Rebecca wonders where he's getting them now, since it's not a base anymore. Doc speculates it's the same person who gave the other 63s their guns. "Someone's helping these guys, I mean, maybe unfreezing them..." He starts to go on about Captain America being trapped in the Arctic ice, but Rebecca cuts him off. She has no time for this geekery. She sees a handsome fellow in bomb squad gear and calls out, "Hey, Psycho!" They greet each other and hug. "You switch to decaf yet?" she asks. "Not a chance -- I got nine lives and I haven't burned through half of them yet," he says. He just doomed himself. The friendly Psycho shows her the shrapnel from the mine. It looks like pieces of metallic stars.
Doc and Rebecca head to the morgue. A cute medical examiner named Nikki is conducting autopsies on the Pine Street victims. Doc is awed when she takes off her protective robe and reveals a Golden Age Sandman T-shirt. Nikki shows Rebecca another piece of shrapnel. It's definitely a piece of a star, like a metal or badge, as Rebecca figures. Doc casually mentions that he owns a comic book shop and has every Sandman in stock.
Alcatraz. Hauser opens up a trunk of his old cop stuff. Among the assorted case files is a handful of pictures, including one of him and Lucy. He'll forget to hide that one of these days and inadvertently give away Lucy's ageless secret. He puts the picture to one side and takes out Petty's old file. There's a handwritten poem with the words "snow," "beard," "grace" and "twin tree" circled.