But they apparently go right to the Nayak Sleep Clinic, which features a big, glass-bricked atrium with the words "NAYAK SLEEP CLINIC" hanging in the middle of the space, presumably for subjects who wake up and stumble out of their cubicles wondering where they are. As Nayak leads them up to his mezzanine office, he assures them that the chip couldn't have caused this. And when they get there, they discover the place ransacked. Even the venetian blinds have been mangled, as though the invaders were searching for something between the slats. Olivia draws her weapon and Peter follows her inside, telling Nayak to hang back. There's no one in the office, but Nayak sees that one of the servers is gone. The one with the patient files, of course.
Shortly thereafter, the office has been converted to a crime scene, with cops milling around and Nayak giving Olivia the password to the offsite backup server. Nayak's research assistant, a shaggy dude named Zach, wanders in wondering what's going on, and Nayak dispatches him to pull together as many subject names as he can. Olivia watches as he leaves rather shiftily, then accepts the password from Nayak. She asks him the standard question about who might want to do this, and he says the chip has been working so well that it might have become the target of some corporate espionage types. Not Massive Dynamic, I'm sure; now they have one of their own. Yes, Nina gave the original back to Broyles, but I'm sure Nina's lab techs spent about five minutes figuring out what it was and two hours getting their own version into mass production. "These people just wanted some rest," Nayak says. "And my chip was helping them." Yes, clearly. But Olivia has already tuned him out, because she's noticed a tiny red logo on the breast of his jacket, which means she has to ask him for a business card. As he goes to get her one, Olivia steps over to Peter to say that since Nayak is too upset about all this to be a suspect, she's got no theories. Peter, however, does. He explains how the chip is connected to the thalamus, the thalamus is connected to the cerebral cortex, the cerebral cortex is connected to motor function, now hear the word of the evil megalomaniac controlling your movements.