Peter and Lincoln Lee show up, and they've gone from being prisoners to having the run of Fringe Division rather quickly. Walternate assumed Peter would be on his way back home, but Peter's there to see that he knows who that dude is: David Robert Jones. "He's a scientist. He has a background in biotechnology and genetic weaponry," says Peter. Col. Broyles has come in by this point, very interested in what Peter has to say about Mr. Jones. Walternate's skeptical, since they don't have a record of this guy in any database, but Peter says he's not from this universe but instead crossed over from the other side. Peter wants to go talk to him. Col. Broyles doesn't particularly think that's a good idea, but moments later Peter's strolling in, not with the tea that Jones requested though. Peter says, "You're not from here, are you?" and Jones sarcastically asks if the accent gave it away. Peter says it was actually the scars on his face, an answer that appears to take Jones by surprise. Outside the interrogation room, Lincoln Lee notes that Jones' pulse just went up.
While Jones stares two holes into Peter's head, Peter explains that the last time he saw Jones, he was completely falling apart -- molecular disintegration due to transporting out of a German prison. "They had to wrap you in bandages just to keep you from turning into a puddle on the floor," he says, adding that it looks like he figured out a way to heal himself though, like a DNA graft. Jones icily says he's never met Peter in his life. Peter, enjoying himself, says he met Jones when he was crossing out of his universe into this one. "You created a doorway, a portal. I'm the man who closed it on you. It cut you right in half," says Peter, who doesn't think to quantify that part of the story, even though, as Jones, raising his eyebrows, points out, he's still in one piece. Still Peter says nothing.
And then: Jones says they've run out of time. Immediately in the observation area, the phone rings, with a call being patched through from a woman who claims to be a friend of Jones. Col. Broyles, alarmed, looks at Walternate, and tells the woman to go ahead.