Lee walks over to where Walter is working on the dead pigeon, and Walter takes no notice of him other than to hand him the dead bird and tell him to hold it, which Lee does without complaint. Lee tries to explain he's looking for something, but Walter shushes him and injects some sort of serum into the bird, which then flies out of Lee's hands and around the lab, to Walter's delight. Astrid is also thrilled when she comes back with another box of files. "You brought it back to life!" she says, and Walter tells her that it's actually still quite dead. Oh, of COURSE. Lee's all, "Who ARE you people?" just as Olivia's coming in, not at all happy to see him. And then the bird does plummet to the floor, completely lifeless again. "There's still a few kinks to work out," Walter mutters.
Olivia goes over the traffic camera photos Lee's brought with him, which is how he tracked her back here, and she lectures him on how he and whoever helped him do this without a warrant is in a lot of trouble, and he rolls his eyes and refuses to leave without some answers, such as what division she's in, what they're dealing with, and whether Fringe can take care of the ticket he got for parking in a student lot without a permit. Olivia has opted for the always-mature silent treatment, and eventually just says she'll just give his department head a call, and he's all, "Oh great! We get cellphone reception down here!" and threatens to call his friend at the New York Times to tell him that there's an FBI division operating out of Harvard with a man who can make dead birds fly. You, uh, might want to work on your story pitch a little bit, Lee. Don't forget: the Times is the good one.
Anyway, Astrid comes to Olivia with another phone with Broyles on the line, and Walter helpfully tells Lee, "If you really want a story, you should look under the dome. I'm growing an ear." Never hurts to have a spare, I suppose. It's hard to see the dome at first, obscured as it is by the huge on-screen graphic of plants that exhorts everyone to check out Terra Nova, and the recap equivalent of that plug is me saying I will also be covering that one for TWoP so I hope it's either really good like Fringe or terrible enough to mock mercilessly whilst still being good enough to stay on the air.