Olivia's doing some paperwork or, I don't know, her taxes or something in her apartment when Peter shows up, looking a little more rested than the last time she saw him, and they beam at each other and then hug and she asks if he's hungry, and he says "no" instead of "in a sense."
In the kitchen, he asks how she's feeling, and she says it's like she's just woken up from a really strange dream, and she thanks him for coming to get her. Peter jokes that it's not as dangerous as crossing into another universe, but he tries, and then he half-jokingly wonders what they're going to have to deal with next, and she says she's not afraid to move forward anymore.
As her toast pops up, Peter sees what she was working on at the kitchen table: a sketch of the dude from the zeppelin. He asks Olivia who he is: "I saw him in your mind. You had him locked up in a zeppelin. He was just flying around trapped in there."
Olivia blithely says she hasn't seen him before: "But I think that he's the man who's going to kill me." Peter's shocked by this, clearly as much at how she said it as what she said. She said it like you'd say, "I gotta pick up my dry cleaning tomorrow." Geez -- when her fear disappears, it disappears.
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