Later, in her room, she's sketching again, a bucolic lakeside scene, when the hum starts up, throbbing. Instead of drawing anything, though, she just stares straight ahead, until her dad comes in and puts his hands over her eyes to surprise her. He says her drawing looks like the view from their lake house, and he asks if she misses it. She responds by asking if he isn't tired of moving them all around so much because of her, and he says it doesn't matter where they are. "All that matters is we're together," he says.
She asks why God made her this way. You mean with the annoying squeaky voice? Or the visions of impending death thing? Her father takes a moment before saying that God has a purpose for all of them, even if they can't understand it, and he knows his purpose is to take care of them. He brightly says that at least it hasn't happened in a while, and she doesn't correct him. Still, he reminds her to keep the curtains closed at night, and they exchange "I love you's" and he leaves, leaving her alone to brood off into the middle distance.
Over at the federal building, Olivia is staring at the picture of I-beam death and rubbing her temple so intently that she doesn't hear Broyles come up and ask if she's having any luck. He has to say her name and then she finally looks up, and tells him they haven't been able to ID the girl who drew the picture yet. Lincoln Lee's with the witness, though, and they're looking at footage from traffic and surveillance cameras. Then Broyles stares at her a moment, before finally pulling up a chair and sitting across from her. He asks her about getting a call from Health Services because she's been three times in the last month.
She, not all that happy, asks if he's checking up on her. "I'm your commanding officer. They tell me these things," he says. Yeah, I'm not sure that's how it's supposed to work, but all right. Olivia smiles and takes a while before telling him she's having migraines, and she needed a prescription, which is why she went to Health Services. Given that she's been three times, I'm not sure Broyles is buying it's as simple as that. If Health Services is going to call, why not just tell him what she's there about? What was that conversation like? "Just thought you'd want to know, Broyles that one of your agents has been here three times in the last month. Just FYI."