He doesn't say anything, so I don't think he does fully believe her, but then Olivia changes the subject and asks if he believes in fate. He says he doesn't, and she says she didn't either, but how is it that the day after a complete stranger tells her she's going to die, she ends up investigating a case where the victim's death was predicted? Probably because most of the cases you investigate have some sort of parallel with your own life? Consider that? No, she thinks that the man from the opera house knows something. Broyles thinks about it and says he wants to keep her out of harm's way, just for the next few days. Olivia puts her head down and doesn't say anything, and eventually Broyles stands up and walks away.
Later, Olivia's over at the water cooler, getting something to wash down her migraine pills with, when Lincoln Lee comes up with some good news: Englehart's coworker ID'd the girl from surveillance tapes, and judging from the way she bypassed the 8th Street bus stop and the subway entrance, she probably either lives somewhere in the area or goes to school there.
And we're back with Emily, who's now on a bus. There's just the briefest of hums and she winces slightly. I realize she's not exactly a veteran actress, but whoever this is barely changes her expression throughout the entire episode -- and then starts to draw. Then she looks around the bus and spots the inspiration for this particular instance: a scruffy guy with long hair off a receding hairline, sitting towards the back of the bus. She starts sketching in his face, but we don't get to see his tableau of death. She tears the paper off and looks around again, but he's already off the bus and walking down the street. She yells for the bus driver to stop, which he seems to do without any complaint that we hear. She gets off and races down the sidewalk, but he's nowhere to be found, at least not in the cursory glance she gives down the street. She looks up into the sky. "I tried," she says.
All the rest of her family are at home, with the brother not understanding fractions because it's better when Emily explains them that his mom, he says. There's a knock on the door, and Mom and Dad go to answer it to find two chipper FBI agents, Olivia and Lincoln Lee, standing there with a picture of their daughter. The agents explain they're looking for this girl, and a neighbor said she might live in the building. Mom and Dad look at the picture, pretending like they're trying to recall, before saying they don't know her. Olivia asks who else live with them, Mr. ...? And the father introduces himself as Jim Mallum, with his wife Diane and the elegantly named Danny. Danny comes over to look at the picture too, and the kid doesn't even hesitate when his dad suddenly pretends to remember seeing her at Tanner Park, about four blocks over. Olivia thanks him for his help, and then the Mallum family closes the door, but Olivia points out that there was a red backpack, same as the one the girl has in the picture, on the cabinet. "So why did he lie to us?" Yeah, why WOULD someone whose daughter has freaky powers lie to FBI agents looking for her? I would! I've seen E.T.!