The nurse turns off the other lights and leaves, and on the glass screen we see a picture of what appears to be a tiny fetus waving its arms and legs around. Fauxlivia doesn't seem to have the energy to look too horrified before she loses consciousness again.
Back at Fringe, Lee and Charlie are griping about the waste of time it was to go after that tracker, but Lee points out that the trackers are distinct in every person, and untraceable without the Echelon protocol. "So there's only one way that the kidnappers would know about the trackers: either this is an inside job or someone sold the information." That's two ways!
Agent Farnsworth shows up for her instructions, and Lee tells her to construct a database with the names and background of everyone who has clearance high enough to know about their tracking protocol. "Yes, sir. In the meantime, I think that you will want to look at this," she says, and brings him to a computer where she says she reviewed the traffic for a three-block radius around Fauxlivia's residence and found an anomaly: the same commercial vehicle has cruised past her building six times in the past week. "The chances of that are one in 756,000. It is a clear statistical outlier," she says. I kinda feel like there should be more information than that, don't you? That sounds like a rather ridiculous statistic, but it's enough for Lee and Charlie to spring into action. "It's registered to a livery service," says Farnsworth. "Livery service"? Is it near the blacksmith's?
This particular livery service vehicle is the one driven by Henry Higgins, who's reading alt-Berkeley Breathed's alt-comic strip, "Opus the Peahen." "Yo, he's crazy," says Henry, chuckling, just before Lee and Charlie are pointing guns at him and ordering him to A) put his hands on the wheel, and B) get out of the car. "Which one is it?" he says, freaked out, and Lee pulls him out of the car while Charlie goes for the Show Me in Henry's cab. "Where's Agent Dunham? You've been driving by her building -- why?" says Lee, and Henry at first tries to protest that he's a cab driver and has fares all over, which makes it seem pretty plausible that the same car might drive by the same apartment building six times in a week, but Lee's not having it, and Henry finally admits that he was worried about Fauxlivia, so he drives by once in a while to make sure she's OK.