So the Fringe team reviews the list that Simon writes down, which includes a lot of food, and also "grasshopper" and "oxidized" and "Maryann" and "Project Jellyfish" and "stat" and "NK8749J" and Peter figures they should just discount all the vegetables, which naturally bothers Walter, and then Peter asks if there was any reference in Downey's file to a Maryann, and Olivia says there wasn't. Was this the same file that didn't include the information that Downey was married? So Olivia asks about Project Jellyfish, like of COURSE that's it, because, as Walter points out, Jellyfish are one of the few creatures that don't have any bones. It's not like the weapons program is going to be called Project Make Bones Disintegrate Now.
Broyles' cell phone rings, and he disappears (I mean, not literally. But since this is Fringe thought maybe I should specify). This gives Peter and Olivia a chance to have a heart-to-heart about Simon. "He can barely function around people. The Cortexiphan trials ruined his life. He's broken," she says, and Peter says he knows what she's thinking. She looks surprised. Not literally, Olivia! "You and he are nothing alike," he tells her.
Before Olivia can start whining some more about Peter banging Fauxlivia, Broyles comes back to tell them that there's been another attack: "The powder killed three senior executives at Canopy One." Olivia wonders if that's who funded the weapons project. Broyles says he'll call Nina ("Nina Sharp" he tells Peter and Olivia, who may not have known which Nina he meant). "She's had more experience with the Defense Department than I have," he says. Yeah, right. It's Friday, time for another booty call, am I right?
Olivia then goes over to sit down with Simon, who asks if his info helped. Olivia says they hope so, then asks about the picture Simon is currently sketching -- another picture of the woman plastered all over Simon's solitary cabin in the woods.
"She works at a coffeeshop by my house," says Simon, and Olivia asks what she's like. "She's perfect," is all Simon says, and Olivia manages not to ask if Simon ever accidentally had sex with her alternate-universe version because he didn't know the difference. But she puts two and two together: "You haven't met her, have you," she says and Simon says he sees her sometimes when he drives by. This guy drives? Walter practically drove him insane just by thinking! What happens when he pulls up next to someone thinking, "You know, what my truck needs is one of those sets of plastic balls to hang from the rear bumper"? Olivia asks if he thinks it would be too painful, and Simon points out that if she pretended to be nice or even flirted with her out of pity, he'd know how she really feels: "That I'm too much of a freak for her to even consider being with." Guy, Larry King has been married like fifteen times. I'm sure you could find someone.