In the meantime, they go and watch the security footage of the bad guys' exit the previous night. Actually, Olivia and Peter watch it while Walter leans against the window eating a cup of applesauce. Peter marvels at how easily they handled the high-tech lock when leaving. "They're either very smart, very rich, or very well-connected," he says. Pretty bold guess about two people who are sneaking around doing illicit brain surgery. Olivia looks at a freeze-frame of the moment when the stolen frozen head turns around, and wouldn't you know it, Olivia recognizes him. How, you ask? After dismissing the security guard, she logs onto a secure FBI server and says she knows him from Laston-Hennings Cryonics. That gets Walter's interest -- like us, he remembers the frozen head-thefts from a couple of months ago. Olivia reminds everyone how the bad guys from the other side were looking for a leader, as William Bell warned her (and as she failed to prevent). Ever since, it seems, she's been scouring the files from Laston-Hennings, trying to figure out which head was the one they wanted. "I've been looking at these faces for the last two months," she says. Well, I'm glad to hear she hasn't been totally slacking. Peter is skeptical that their perp is a stolen head. "The dead don't rise out of their graves and perform midnight brain surgery." "But this one did," Olivia says, and pulls up a photo of their quarry in less-alive times. "Thomas Jerome Newton," she reads, and a side-by-side comparison of the two photos proves it's the same guy. "Wow," Walter says mildly.
During the ads, they've summoned Broyles to take a gander at the screen, which is also showing the headphones-shaped mark that William Bell drew for Olivia -- the one that also appears on Newton's head somewhere. Olivia has to admit that all they have is the name, which was just an alias that led nowhere. Olivia reminds Broyles what William Bell told her -- that "Newton" would try to open "a car door" from our universe to the other side. A car door? Why a car door specifically? Why not a revolving door, or a garage door, or even a corridor? "He managed to infer that the results would be less than desirable," Olivia understates. Broyles asks her to elaborate. "Global destruction. Biblical proportions," she elaborates. So much for understatement. Seriously, drama queen much? Broyles sighs and asks what this has to do with what Newton and his crew did to Slater. "You're leaving out the part where they apparently cured him," Peter says. "As opening moves go, that's pretty strange." Broyles asks what Walter's figured out so far, and Peter says he's off working on figuring out the cure. "If we can do that," Peter says, "maybe we can anticipate Newton's next move." "There's no maybe," Olivia insists. "I don't know what Newton's up to, but I know what I have to do. I have to stop him." Jeez, bring the room down.