This must be Walter and Peter's new apartment. It's a nice place, plus they apparently have a whole crew of movers helping them bring their stuff in. Of course, even in this standard domestic setting, Walter can't help being eccentric, setting up his bed in the living room's fold-out couch. Peter reminds Walter that he's got a bedroom upstairs, but Walter assures him, "I promise to wear my shorts to bed so that if you bring any young ladies home there won't be any embarrassing moments." I think it's going to take more than shorts. And who's to say that Walter would be the author of all of Peter's embarrassing moments, anyway?
Just then Astrid enters with a jaunty "knock-knock" on the door frame. Walter is overwhelmed with joy to see her, or maybe it's just amazement that she can exist outside the lab and is not simply a holographic projection confined within its walls. She presents him with a housewarming present in the form of a takeout gift box, one whiff of which tells Walter that it's "Italian ciabatti bread." She says it's for good luck, and presents Peter with a gift of his own. "You shouldn't have," Peter says, because it's a case file sent over by Olivia. Astrid recaps the teaser for Peter, including the part about "This really crazy thing with his eyes." Astrid assures Peter that what she saw of the video surveillance footage told her this isn't normal, and that's enough for Peter to tell Walter to pack a bag. Which shouldn't be hard, since they're already moving. "We're going to Seattle," he announces. Not Astrid, though. She needs to get back to the lab to hold the beakers in place in case there's an earthquake.