Meanwhile, Wedeck springs Mark from the pokey with a disgruntled, "Don't tell me I won't regret doing this." So Mark wisely shuts up and takes back his suit jacket, badge and gun.
Once they're in the car, Wedeck cops to being a bad manager, saying he let Mark's squishy beatdown of Hellinger happen, ergo he's responsible for it. "We've been so focused on trying to stop the next blackout, I haven't seen what's been going on with you." Mark wryly quips, "I've been meaning to talk to you about your priorities lately." And I've been meaning to raise Unanswered Question Number Two: Did Mrs. Wedeck bring home that little boy, per her flashforward? Because we heard about that once and there has never been any follow-up. Mark and Wedeck's little moment is interrupted when some random guy calls Wedeck and says they've found two bombs in the L.A. FBI office, the bombs are on timers, and there may be more. So Wedeck takes the unstable Mark and drives toward the danger.
And now, Janis does her convincing impersonation of a desperate and panicky pregnant woman. As she swoons into the security guard's arms, she manages to plant the doodad, thereby letting Demetri and Simon onto the campus. Demetri frets over Janis, but Simon's all, "Dude, she's headed to a hospital. FOCUS!"
Back on the Malibu beach, Charlie is whinging about wanting to go home, and Olivia is trying to shut down that conversation but then -- oh, look, it's Lloyd and Dylan! Olivia conveniently sends the kids off-screen and asks Lloyd how he found her. He sheepishly answers, "My people called your people," and we see two FBI agents in the parking lot, probably rolling their eyes as they realize that indeed, in terms of flashforwards, "Babysitting these two" is not nearly so cool as some of the other things people have seen. Lloyd explains that he must recreate the conditions he saw in his flashforward, or else he may not be able to solve whatever it was he was on the verge of solving. Olivia has had quite enough of the future-is-predestined-so-go-along-with-it talk and tells Lloyd he's welcome to let himself in and replicate as many of the conditions as he can. Lloyd's all, "I would, except that you're part of this. Gabriel said so!" This isn't good enough for Olivia, who gripes that Mark pushed her away to save the world, and she's not about to go blithely tripping down a foreordained path just because the world's in danger. Lloyd, however, says the magic words: "I can't push you away. I can't do this alone." Olivia folds like a stack of tees at the Gap.