And the next thing we know, Lee's in the back of the Fringe vehicle. "What about my taxi?" he asks, but the agents just shut the door on him. Rude! He's just trying to help! Lee thinks Henry knows way too many details to be lying, and he reminds Charlie of when Charlie asked if he thought it was possible for Fauxlivia to be switched with the one from the other universe. "You said I was crazy," says Charlie. "What if you're not?" asks Lee.
Elsewhere, Marilyn's walking the dog when she gets a call (via her ear cuff, which is more technology than either of my parents in this universe or the other would be willing/able to use) from Dr. Rosa, who says that she's left several messages for Fauxlivia but couldn't reach her. Marilyn says something must have come up at work, and then asks for the test results. And the doctor just gives them to her rather than saying she should wait for Fauxlivia. Although I suppose she'd only feel the need to say that if it were bad news, so it would be a giveaway anyway. And it is bad news: Fauxlivia has VPE. Dr. Rosa says she'd like Fauxlivia to meet with a trauma counselor on staff: Beau Amaral, and Marilyn, sitting down on a bench, distractedly says she's sure that would be helpful. "Tell Fauxlivia to call me when you talk to her. I'd like to schedule the procedure as soon as possible before there's any risk to her health." Marilyn says she'll do that, and hangs up, and then sees -- of course, a mother with her grown daughter and grandchild playing in the park. Well, that's what you get for walking the dog in Apropos Park!
Back over in Sick Bastard Hospital, the nurse comes in to check on Fauxlivia, who feigns unconsciousness until the nurse leaves, and then she manages to reach over to the surgical cart and snag a scalpel. Flipping it around in her left hand, she starts to work it into the buckle that's got her arm strapped to the bed. She's making good progress until she screams in pain and drops the scalpel to the floor. In rushes the nurse, who takes a look at Fauxlivia and then pages the doctor on the intercom, saying they're ready. "What are you doing to me?" wails Fauxlivia, and we can see, in her belly, the limbs of her baby pushing against her skin.