The next day, Olivia strolls out of a room in the Bishops' house wearing a white T-shirt and pajama pants. Is there any way Fringe division could make that standard-issue uniform? Because she looks good. She wanders into the living room, where she sees a map with several pins stuck in it, and then suddenly Peter is there watching her. He asks if she feels better. "Do you mean is a hot shower better than drowning in a pine coffin? Much. Thank you," she says, like don't drop the sarcasm even for the guy who SAVED YOUR LIFE or anything. Olivia figures Peter doesn't live here, and he says no one else does either, so it seemed like a good place to hide out. The map, however, he admits, is his. "What is it?" she asks. Instead of answering, he just makes her breakfast, while we listen to Miles Davis in the background. Nice breakfast-making music, although Sundays I tend to play nothing but Johnny Cash while making pancakes. Anyway, Olivia asks Peter how he knew she was drowning, and he says he'd heard a cop named Olivia Dunham was looking for him, so he was following her. "Well, someone's been giving you false information, because I'm not a cop. I'm a private detective," snaps Olivia. Anyway, Peter smoothly changes the subject and asks if she likes jazz: "You can tell a lot about a person from the music they listen to. And whether or not they dance." Olivia confesses to not like jazz, but she enjoys dancing. And then Peter says he's the opposite, because he hates to dance. But he'd take Olivia, which startles her, pleasantly. "Seems like it'd be fun. You look like a good dancer," he says. Yes, Peter. She is pretty.
She gets all aw-shucks for a minute, before getting down to cases: "I know who you are, and I know what you did. Wanna know why I was looking for you? Dr. Walter Bishop hired me. I know you took his glass heart." Amused, Peter takes a sip of coffee and asks, "Is that what he told you? That I stole his heart? What else did Walter Bishop tell you?" Olivia says Walter also said that without his heart he would die, and all the good he does for the world would die with him. "Well, I guess I'm not the only one who's been given false information," says Peter, who then whisks Olivia into the living room to show her the map with all the pins stuck in it. Multicoloured pins in the shape of what looks like an asterisk. Astrid? Peter tells Olivia that there are 147 pins there, each one representing a child injured by Walter. "Walter's invented a great many things. Wondrous things. That much is true. But what he didn't tell you is where his ideas come from. Elephants, rainbows, licorice sticks... they come from the dreams of children. He steals children's dreams and he replaces them with nightmares."