She stares at him. "Am I under arrest?" she asks. Harris gets up, and tells her that it goes without saying that she's not to investigate her own abduction. Then he holds up the handcuff key and tosses it on her lap before strolling out while Olivia frees herself from the handcuffs, and then has a little mini-breakdown again.
Back to work already at Boston Federal Building, where Charlie sees her and asks if she's OK, and she gives him a curt "yep" before going into her office. He follows her and says, "You know I had nothing to do with the way you were taken in, right?" and she says she knows that, managing not to add, "Oh, and thanks for NOT VISITING ME IN THE HOSPITAL, Charlie." She retrieves her gun and badge from her desk. "That son of a bitch Harris. He molested three women and I put him away. That's what this is about," she tells Charlie. Instead of either of them talking about how ridiculous it is that Harris would be assigned to review Olivia's unit, Olivia says she's going to check out the building where she was held herself. Charlie tells her they had a team go over it and it was empty. The car she took, the cellphone, both clean. No prints but hers. No offence, Charlie, but maybe Olivia can make sure you guys swept the right building? I mean, agents tranqued Olivia as soon as they showed up, so it's not like she was able to confirm they were checking out the right building.
Oh, and there's a "Rachel" here to see Olivia, says Charlie. "She says you're expecting her. Who is she?" he asks, looking all serious. You know, you could have asked Rachel yourself, Charlie. THIS IS THE FBI, after all. Olivia says Rachel is her sister.
Olivia and her sister embrace in a waiting room, with Olivia telling Rachel she looks good, and Rachel demurring, even though Rachel's not the one who looks like she just fought at UFC 94. And there's a little girl there who giddily squeaks out "Hey, Aunt Olivia!" and Olivia hugs her and wants to know when she got so big. Olivia's niece presents her with a magic eight-ball. "She wanted to bring you something from her room," explains Rachel, and Olivia says she's been needing one of those, and I have to say that the eight-ball is just as likely to help solve cases at the Bureau as the current Fringe method, which is "sit around and wait for Walter to remember which experiment of his this reminds him of."