Over at HQ, Windmark is scribbling away in his dream journal or whatever when two HenchObservers escort in the Loyalist lieutenant ol' Broyles was talking to earlier, apparently at Windmark's request. Windmark makes him stew for a moment before finally looking up and telling him he was one of three officers who knew the high-value detainee's location. The Loyalist suddenly looks very ill. "If you imparted this information to anyone else, I need to know," says Windmark. After a moment, the Loyalist says, "He told me that you authorized it, sir." "Who?" asks Windmark, and the Loyalist gives up Agent Broyles. Windmark closes his eyes for a moment and then opens them up again, which is for him the equivalent of a temper tantrum.
Elsewhere, sad-looking Dontember walks down a hallway, sighs a little and knocks on a door. Opening it is good ol' December, who says -- disappointedly or happily, you choose -- "I never thought I'd see you again." Dontember says Walter Bishop is back, they have the boy and there's something they need December to do. Man, Dontember, it's called small talk! It's what humans do. At least ask him how he's been! December stares at him impassively and Dontember finally says, "You owe me." December turns around and Dontember follows him back inside, closing the door behind him (No. 513, for what it's worth).
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