Olivia hugs the girl, who's asking her to "make them stop! Please make them stop it!" Olivia manages to calm her down, saying nothing can hurt her. Well, don't LIE to her. "That's better. What's your name?" Along with the entire viewing audience, the little girl says "Olive." Olivia looks rather disturbed by this, and she looks around. When she looks back, Olive is gone.
We can hear someone (or something) whisper "Olivia," and when Olivia turns around again, Olive is standing there, with her eyes all creepy and fucked up. It's enough to give you a jolt, and Olivia bolts upright in the lab. "Good news. It worked," says Walter, but Olivia's in no mood: "What the hell is wrong with you? You did this to little children?" Walter looks quite hurt and chastened. "We should get to work," he says.
After the commercial break, a still-agitated Olivia picks through a key ring before dropping it on a desk while Peter watches. They're in the classroom where Walter said several objects were from the other side. Olivia picks up a doll and stares at it -- causing Peter and Walter to perk up -- but then she puts it back down again. She glances around some more, and Walter asks her if she sees anything.
"Nothing. Now what? Should we find some more kids to scare?" she says, coldly. Just in case you thought her snapping at Walter was due solely to her heightened emotional state earlier. But Walter's got no idea what to do now.
In New York, Nina Sharp's walking down the street when she hears dogs howling and barking. Well, that must be it! She gets out her cellphone: "Phillip, it's me."
And Olivia's on a child-sized bed, trying to get some rest, when her cellphone rings. It's Broyles, telling her that it's started, so she gets up to tell the others. When she finds Walter, he looks miserable, watching video of a stressed-out young Olive cowering in a corner of the lab, which looks burned-out. The video is naturally in creepy, grainy black and white. From the snippet of conversation between Bell and Walter, it sounds like we're being set up to find out that Bell was the ruthless scientist who didn't care who got hurt during his experiments, while Walter was the good cop. We do hear him consoling young Olive. Olivia, after realizing that it's her on the video, asks what happened.