Janis has ducked out of work to go visit her OB/GYN, who is concerned about Janis's pregnancy, as Janis is anemic and hasn't gained enough weight. She writes a reference for Janis to get a high-resolution ultrasound from a perinatologist. Janis is like, "Now? Why now?"
Cut to Olivia freaking out to Mark on the phone, but she has to cut off her panic attack as she enters the hospital parking lot because some teenager just plowed their vehicle into a coffee kiosk, killing Mr. Clean. Olivia is taken aback that Gabriel may actually be spouting useful flashforwards and not pure coincidental gibberish.
We flash back to two years prior to October 6, 2009. Janis is heading into a pet shop; apparently, this is where she will meet her handler Carline regularly. Carline orders Janis to get an aquarium. After all, she'll need a plausible excuse to come into the pet store frequently. Carline also gives Janis her first assignment: "Be the best special agent at the L.A. bureau you can be. Watch, wait, win their trust -- and while you're at it, keep us apprised of what they're up to."
Zip! We're back to the present and Janis is filling Mark in on the photos; they're platinum prints, and likely printed in the 1910s. Chronology aside, the more interesting news is that Alda's fingerprints were all over the prints. Mark speaks for us all with "How would she have gotten her hands on these photos?" I imagine we'll find out later on. The other weird thing: the prints and blueprints had soil from the Kunar province in Afghanistan all over them. (And so it all begins to come together... Not-Blackwater will be working in league with the organization that had, until recently, employed Dyson Frost, and they'll rely on Keiko to build them an army of rock-n-roll war robots, and then... I got nothing after that.) Mark warns us that Aaron will be taking a more prominent role in upcoming episodes by wondering aloud, "What would Frost be doing in Afghanistan?"