Anyway, Doc notices a doohickey in the corner of the room that measures "thermal and seismic activity." Warren pipes up to explain their theory: "The jump was caused by a geothermal event, possibly a tectonic plate slippage." Doc is tickled that they call it a jump, too. Warren explains they sometimes also call it "time dilation" and "quantum tunneling" and "mysterious plot element not yet figured out by the writers, either." In other words, nobody really knows. Hauser's finally telling them all this because he has to go away for a while, so he can take Lucy somewhere safe. This is news to an unhappy Lucy, who's just walked into the room. She has news of her own: The retinal scanner at the hospital where Georgia works was just activated. Also, the hospital is owned by Broadway Mutual. Wouldn't it have been nice if they'd dropped hints about Broadway Mutual all season long? Kind of like with Doctor Who and that whole "Bad Wolf" thing.
While Tommy marches Georgia through the hospital, we flash back to 1960. Tommy and Warden James enjoy lunch at a little Italian restaurant. "I feel like I've been painted into a Norman Rockwell tableau," the Warden grumps. "I ask you to name your price and you request a cannoli and a glass of Italian red." Dude, if it's an amaretto chocolate cannoli, that'd be my price, too. Tommy recalls meeting his wife at this very restaurant. He sounds very sweet about the whole thing. The Warden offers to grant him a perfect day. Whatever he wants most in the world. Tommy watches a family eating across the room and knows what he wants.