Peter asks if she fainted and Nina's all, "No, that's not possible. She's not alive. She can't faint" and nobody points out that usually death precludes blinking and TALKING. And then Jessica comes to, with her eyes rolling around independent of each other and calling for her mom. Or, as the British say, "mummy." While Peter and Olivia badger Jessica over where Walter is, she natters about her blue bicycle with a bell on it and how she left it in the rain and it rusted. Nina asks where William Bell is and Jessica says, "He's all wet, I expect," and sings a song about man being blind or out of his mind to go out to sea. Peter translates that to mean that William Bell is on a boat. Jessica spews nonsense about Bell being a brilliant man and says something about the birth of a new world born of the collapse. Olivia asks how Bell is going to give birth to a new world if they closed the bridge between the two universes and I'd like to point out to her that it's not like it was a fact that closing the bridge would fix things, but just an assumption of Walter's.
At any rate, Jessica says something about Bell needing an energy source and then babbles about Noah bringing onto the ark every creature he needed to populate the new world. "Dammit, Jessica, what energy source?" shouts Olivia, grabbing Jessica's arm and answering her own question when her fingers flash and the electrical circuits reanimating Jessica short out, not to mention sending a shower of sparks out of every overhead light in the lab. Everyone appears to figure out what's happening at the same time and a Gauss meter confirms it, based on the extraordinary electromagnetic energy she's giving off, that she's the power source. "Bell's going to try and use me to collapse the two universes. That's why he's been activating me," she says. Well, maybe the folks from Earth-2 can help. Oh wait, you closed the bridge because of Walter's conjecture. Anyway, Nina thinks that if William is using the energy Olivia's generating, she thinks she knows how to find him.
Over in the Fringe situation room, Broyles gets a report from an agent that a general cargo freighter left Boston Harbor this morning and then fell off the radar fifteen minutes later. Peter grumbles that it was six hours ago and could be two-hundred miles off the coast by now. Fortunately, Nina's there to "explain" to Broyles that Olivia's giving off an exceedingly strong and specific electromagnetic field. "I assume you can't turn her off," says Broyles. Hey, if you wanted to turn Olivia off, I bet Lincoln Lee would prove useful right now. Nina says they can use her to find Bell an Walter, because the frequency at which Olivia is resonating will also be the frequency at the epicenter of the dimensional intersection, so they can identify the exact location where the universes overlap, which is where Bell will be if he wants to survive the collapse.