So now Mark and Demetri are doing laps in the FBI building's Logan's Run-style atrium as they disgorge expository dialogue: the murder victim's name was Neil Parofsky, he was an aeronautical engineer, nobody's thought to check whether he was on Mosaic and if so, what he said. (Argh! ARGH! Were I law enforcement, Mosaic would be the first stop: did the victim have a flashforward? What was in it? Are there clues as to why their future might have threatened someone else's?) Demetri says that Parofsky worked in El Segundo, but when he was found in Barstow, his watch and wallet were missing. I can't vouch for the watch, but I'm betting Parofsky left his wallet in El Segundo. (Ba-da-bum! Try the veal!) We find out that the person who shot the cell phone video, Ingrid Alvarez, saw Parofsky hand something over before he was killed.
Then Mark and Demetri walk into an office where Janis is holding a very nice bouquet of long-stemmed lillies. Mark says, "First day back? I should have gotten you flowers," but Janis says the flowers are for Olivia, what with the good lady doctor having reassembled Janis's innards for her. Janis then hands over hard-copy stills off the cell phone, fresh from the video forensic unit's enhancement skills. Blurry shot, blurry shot, blurry shot, then dun-dun-DUN! A picture of a beefy male forearm, and said arm is decorated with three blue stars, just like the forearm of the would-be killer in Mark's flashback. You know, the flashback we're going to see for the umpteenth time because the people who put together this show suspect we don't actually pay attention to it from week to week. Mark recovers from his flashback-flashforward and announces they're off to talk to Ingrid Alvarez. This way, Mark can get the man who wants to kill him a few months from now. He fixes Janis and Demetri with a smoldering look and says, "Al sacrificed himself to prove we could change the future. So let's change it."
As Mark's saying this, Olivia's in her office, opening the pretty gift box Mark had given her. It's lingerie -- nice stuff, too -- but Olivia has her own flashback-flashforward because Mark's just given her the set she's going to be wearing when she's canoodling with Lloyd in late April. It looks like the universe is still trying to line up those predetermined outcomes, eh? Bryce interrupts Olivia's troubled reverie and she puts on her white coat to get to work.