Over at Liberty Island, Walternate leads some soldiers bringing the bus-jumper's corpse into Brandonate's lab. "Sir, may I ask what's going on?" You may not, Brandonate! Walternate boots him out of the lab and posts Sgt. Kane at the door so Walternate won't be disturbed while he's working. He unzips the bag -- the man's face looks even lumpier than it did down at the terminal -- and then unzips the body with a scalpel. He reaches in and pulls out the shapeshifting device, identical to the one Brandonate showed him. He glares at it for a few seconds before we go to commercial.
At the dock to Liberty Island, Lincoln marches Peter up to the guard, one Cpl. Wheeler, who recognizes "Lincoln Bee." Lincoln says he needs to transport this prisoner to Liberty Island. "I don't have any transport order," says Wheeler. Lincoln says he wouldn't: "Secretary Bishop wants to keep this one off the books -- keeping it quiet for security reasons." Yeah, great idea -- telling SECURITY that he can't know for SECURITY REASONS. Wheeler doesn't say anything for a moment, and Lincoln says, swear to god, "You think I'm making this up?" because that's a brilliant, totally non-suspicion-arousing thing to say, but it works on Cpl. Dumbass here, although he at least has the good sense to say he'll just call Walternate's office to clear it up. That forces Lincoln to talk about all the people up the chain who will then be alerted to the classified interrogation: "You go right ahead. It's your ass, not mine." Cpl. Dumbass then agrees, even when Lincoln stammers out a lie about having lost his Show-Me in the East River catching "this scumbag". Fortunately Lincoln Lee and Lincoln Bee have the same handprint, so Cpl. Dumbass allows Lincoln in without a Show-Me or a transport order. At least Lincoln's holding Peter's collar nice and tight! Keep up the good work, soldier. Lincoln and Peter head through the gate to wait for the ferry on the pier. Wheeler calls after them to say that he'll report Agent Lee's Show-Me as lost. Well, that's going to be trouble. But Lincoln just says, "Thanks," instead of "That's OK, I already did." Peter's barely out of earshot of the guard when he starts praising Lincoln's knack for deception.
Over at the Orpheum, the Fringe team are waving their detection lightsabers around, but not getting any readings. Lincoln Bee checks in with Broyles to tell them that if there were any kind of degradation here, it's gone now. So... no weakening despite crossing over? That doesn't sound right. Anyway, they're starting to think it was a false alarm and prepare to leave.