Ah, Paris. Getty and Élodie are meandering along the fake Seine, waiting for the ten o'clock hour so that they can call Koller. Getty checks his watch and declares that it's ten. Élodie says it's 9:59. Getty says he wasn't aware that the French were so punctual. Élodie says they aren't, and it's the Americans who are always in a hurry. "And we get fat, too," snits Getty. "Is there anything else?" Yes, sometimes we're rude in foreign countries. Oh, and we seem to like war a lot. Which really sucks. A church bell rings. "Now it's ten o'clock," smirks Élodie. Heh. She calls Koller and says she needs to meet him. He says he can't because he's working on something really important. Élodie says it can't wait and that she has something more interesting to offer. He says they're paying him a fortune, so, no thanks. Élodie isn't talking about money. Koller gets a lascivious look on his face and is about to say come on over, when suddenly he stops talking. He runs a blacklight over Page 47 and notices something. He tells Élodie that he'll be able to meet with her after all and says she should come to Zurich. "We're on," says Élodie to Getty after getting off the phone.
Apple Store. Sloane's sitting at his desk, looking seasick. He picks up his phone and tells someone on the other end that he needs to meet them tonight. Meanwhile, over at Sydney's, Nadia's contemplating her hospital bracelet. She does this a lot during the episode. Because apparently Sydney, in an effort to babyproof the house, has removed all sharp objects, including the pair of scissors that could be used to cut that damn thing off Nadia's wrist. Syd enters after putting Imposter Isabelle to sleep and says that it's time for some serious girl talk. Nadia says that she wishes she'd been there for Syd when she was going through all the terrible stuff, like Vaughn dying. Syd says she knows, and that she can truly empathize with what Nadia's going through because she knows firsthand what it's like to lose years of your life.
Nadia complains that she couldn't stay with her father because ever since he came into her life, it's always the same; Rambaldi this, Rambaldi that, you're the Passenger, here drink this GreenGoo. Nadia's sick of it. Syd, again, defends Sloane, saying that he loves her and while she was sick, Sloane was completely devoted to her. Syd's phone rings, and it's Jack. He tells her that Sloane set a meeting and he thought she should know. Syd turns to Nadia and says, "There's something you should know." We switch to Jack, heading to his car, and when he gets there, Nadia is waiting for him. She wants to go with him because she needs to know the truth about her father. They drive off.