Meanwhile, Jones tells Olivia to get the key that he had on him and go to the Salem amusement park on Policy Street. "I've left something there for you," he says, and starts to cough again. "You need medical attention," says Olivia. "All the assistance in this world could not cure me, Miss Dunham. It seems that when one is dematerialized on a molecular level and then reassembled, there are certain unadvertised side effects." He says the task he's got for her may help him out. She wants to know about the attack he's got planned, and he prefers "insurance policy" to attack. He tells her that right now there's a white cargo van transporting an explosive device that can kill several hundred people just like the newspaperman and the agent. It's set to go off sixteen hours from now. Olivia tells him he's going to disable it, and Jones interrupts: "No, you are. But first there's the matter of the key," he says, which is when Harass comes in the room to shut down the interview. "Don't worry, Miss Dunham. If I wanted to harm you, I would have. Long ago." Olivia stomps out. Jones looks at Harass. "Apologies, about the watch," he says, but between you and me, I don't think he means it.
Outside, Olivia strides down the hall and tells Broyles and Harass about Jones' bomb. She says they need to find every white cargo van rented in the past twenty-four hours. As for her, she needs two hours. An incredulous Harass asks her where she's going. "To get a massage. I'll tell you when I get back." says Olivia, getting in the elevator and leaving two dumbfounded agents -- senior agents it might be worth noting -- standing there open-mouthed.
Driving to the amusement park, Olivia checks in with Peter, who tells her they determined that the skin growth is triggered by a powdered toxin that makes the scar-tissue protein hyperactive. And then there is some boring stuff about Walter working on an antidote, and Peter says the ZTF book is like a cross between an "anti-science manifesto" and a "call to arms" except they don't know against whom the call to arms is supposed to be, and Peter says he'll call her back when he gets to the good part, and maybe they could have just left off this SCENE until they got to the good part. After he hangs up, Walter asks if that was Olivia, like who ELSE could it possibly have been, and the reason he's asking is HE WANTS SOME COFFEE CAKE, and then Peter's looking for the manuscript, and Walter has it: "I was reading it whilst sitting on the crapper," and I have to say that I really should use the word "whilst" more and Peter gets all squeamish thinking about his dad dropping the kids off at the pool. He wants the manuscript back, but Walter wants to read an excerpt.