The whole while, we're also watching Barrett working with some thankfully much more modern equipment while Amanda is laid out, electrodes attached to her head. I was half-expecting his reanimation equipment to be coal-powered. He affixes a last electrode to her wrist, and then picks up a little control box, and turns up the "Base Current Control" knob up, and her body instantly convulses, and then she flatlines again. And then a moment later, she sits up, eyes wide open, gasping.
After the commercial break, she's lying back, eyes darting back and forth. Barrett strokes her forehead, and says, "It's me, Roland. You made a terrible mistake, but it's OK now. You're back." He soothes her, holds her head and she looks utterly insentient. He stops smiling as her breathing gets slower and more infrequent, and he lays her head back down and her head lolls and he starts to get upset -- but it's only going to get a whole lot worse for him, as from upstairs he can hear the sound of the FBI banging on his door. So he leaves Amanda lying there, head swiveling from side-to-side like a stunned baby drawn to lights and sounds.
Upstairs, FBI agents are moving through the stately mansion, with its stained-glass windows and many leather-bounds books and smell of mahogany. While Broyles finds steps into the basement, Barrett has apparently come upstairs a different way and probably wishes that maybe he was wearing sneakers, something that would make a less clip-cloppy noise on the hard floors. He runs into Olivia, who tackles him and growls, "Where is she?" Barrett says she's downstairs.
That's where Broyles, Peter and Walter are searching. It's Peter who finds another set of stairs into an even danker part of the basement.
Upstairs, Barrett tells Olivia: "I was trying to correct a wrong. She made a mistake." Olivia asks what his relationship was with Amanda. Nothing sexual, apparently, which is good, because we wouldn't want this to be CREEPY. He just says he wanted her to have another chance, to live a life. Olivia asks him if he has anything profound to say, something that might have some personal resonance for her own life. "When I looked into her eyes, it wasn't Amanda. I don't know what I brought back, but I know it ... it wasn't her." Olivia stares at him grimly. You got it, Olivia? This man brought back the woman he loved from the other side, and he could tell just by looking in her eyes that it wasn't the woman he loved.
Now, there are some differences. For example, I'm sure that if Peter had reanimated Olivia's dead body -- after first reinserting donated organs -- he should probably have some idea that it wasn't going to be the exact same person. But other than that IT'S EXACTLY THE SAME.