"You seem to be impervious to everything," says Broyles. Well, that's because eventually they perfected the emotion condom. Well, Windmark does confess -- warning Philip this is something he will never speak of again -- to feeling something. "I believe you call it... hate." Oh, I'm sure you know perfectly well what we call it. "The feeling is mutual," says Broyles. Ha! Go down swinging, old man. Windmark cocks his head and the probing begins, Broyles fighting it, from the jumble of unintelligible thoughts we can hear.
Meanwhile, Peter and Olivia are in a car, and Peter reminds Olivia about when he said they had a long way to go before seeing Etta again. "It's not that long anymore." He's got the bullet necklace and he gives it to Olivia. "We're gonna see her. We're gonna have her back. Nothing else matters."
They kiss, but before they can really get the windows steamed up, the resistance guy shows up to take them into the building' parkade, showing them the air intake supply line that supplies half the building. Peter says that will be plenty, then he and Olivia put on gas masks and start dumping the powdered contents of the biohazard canisters into the intake. And in the building, an unsuspecting Loyalist takes a sip from a glass of water that now has microscopic little creatures swimming around in it.
After the commercial break, we're back in the lab, where Walter and Dontember are still packing up to go, only Walter stops upon noticing the empty syringe and Dontember rolling up his sleeve. "I'm going with him, Walter. I'm taking him into the future," says Dontember, adding that he's already talked to Peter about his decision. He knows Walter once believed this was his destiny. "I need this! I have prepared myself for this!" Walter says, somewhat desperately.
Sorry, guy! Dontember's Michael's dad, really, so that kinda trumps you here. Dontember points out that when he agreed 20 years ago to let Walter be the one to take Michael into the future, he didn't have the feelings he does now. "Later, when I began to realize the height of his intellect and what you call the depths of his emotion, still I couldn't understand what it was that I meant to him, and I was unable to reciprocate."
Walter looks numb. Cheer up, buddy! I know you need this as part of your whole atonement trip, but at least now you get to stick around! The good news is that Dontember says it's seeing what Peter means to Walter that helped him understand what his own feelings are and why they were important. He says he can't communicate with him in the traditional ways, but when he takes his hand and leads him, Michael will know that he loves him.