Back at our Lady of the Mood Lighting Memorial Hospital, Lloyd's going to stretch his legs, maybe check out the ex's homestead, but first he has to drop Bryce's sketchpad back to the good doctor. We find out that the woman Bryce has been drawing is someone he expects to meet, as she's featured in his flashforward. Lloyd and Bryce's awkward small talk is interrupted by some dreadful newscast concerning a human-interest story ("a postal worker uses the Mosaic site to meet the police officer he belives is going to save his life in the coming months!") and Bryce gushes, "It's incredible, isn't it?" "A temporal anomaly in global consciousness? Yeah, I think that qualifies," Lloyd replies absently. I think I love him a little for both the contents and delivery of that line.
Bryce asks Lloyd what he saw, and after Simcoe dryly comments, "I guess that's the new 'How's the weather,' isn't it?" he finally spills his version of his flashforward: "I was in a house. Not my own house. I got a call from someone. I don't know who it was, but it was urgent. Dylan was nearby, maybe in another room. I heard a woman's voice, I turned toward it -- and it was over. I never saw her face, but I knew we were together, she was important to me somehow." So! Assuming Lloyd's telling the truth, he doesn't realize Olivia's the woman in his flashforward.