Esther doesn't know what this has to do with Peter Bishop, but it's still weird. Anyway, Olivia's at Nina's place, so she's got to go, and Esther tells her to be careful. Olivia skulks around outside while Nina takes a call from one William Bell, telling him that she found it: "The glass heart?" says Bell, and Nina says he was right, that Peter Bishop has it. He asks where Peter is, and Nina doesn't know, but says they'll find him. As Olivia moves to get a better view, we see that Nina is talking to Bell on Walter's alterna-universe-viewing window, and that William Bell looks a lot like how Leonard Nimoy might look as a character in Grand Theft Auto IV and also black and white. "By utilizing the heart's power, we'll be able to create a stable door between universes," he says, and Nina happily says that after all this time, we can finally be together again. "I know, my love," says Bell.
And then Nina gets knocked out from behind, and when she wakes up she's tied up on the floor of what sounds like a boathouse. The Observer -- I mean, the Watcher -- is there, and lets Nina Sharp know that Olivia's awake, which means Nina gets to come in and give a little speech about how she did everything she could to warn Nina off this case, but she has no choice. "Oh, so you're gonna send me somewhere far away, where I won't be able to tell anybody what you wanna do with that glass heart?" Nina's all "not quite" and tells "Mr. Gemini" to go ahead.
So the Watcher grabs Olivia and throws her in a wooden crate that he's nailing shut, despite her protestations. I take it she's never traveled "No-Frills Class" on Carnival cruise lines? Despite being tied up, she manages to get her phone out and dials Esther with her thumbs, but she can't get a signal. The same thing always happens to me when I'm trying to get someone to rescue me from a watery grave! The Watcher slides the crate into the water, and it starts filling up fast while Olivia screams.
And the next thing we know, Peter is ripping the boards off the top of the crate. "I heard you were looking for me," he says, and he helps pull Olivia out of the crate and into his raft. The other boat is nowhere to be seen. He wraps Olivia in a blanket, and she stares at him, shivering.