Broyles called to tell everyone there's another body, so the team (well, Olivia and Astrid) saddles up, with Lee saying he's coming along: "I was at the first crime scene. Maybe I saw something that I haven't told you yet. Maybe that's why I came here," he says. Olivia just stares at him and then says fine: "You can get fired later." Astrid grabs her headset from Walter -- he fixed the squelching, he says -- and they're off.
They arrive at the scene of an accident, with the front end of a car wrapped around a pole. One female, about 30 years old, says the dour agent who greets Olivia, and says the only witnesses were some kids in the street, indicating said kids giving statements to police. He says no one saw what happened after the crash, but they should have some background on her by now. Olivia checks out the purple translucent face of the dead woman in the car, and then Astrid steps in -- she has some difficulty getting a hold of Walter, at first, because he's got "Rockin' Robin" blasting on the stereo and he's making microwave popcorn, and then he settles in to watch on television the images Astrid is relaying back, including a stocky FBI agent. "Don't let that hamfist touch her!" he orders Astrid, who diplomatically tells the agent that she'd like to do a preliminary. Walter's remote examination: "Burn mark like the other victims. Pupils are dilated. That looks like a hematoma on the right clavicle," he says, with Astrid adding there's one on the right jaw. "Rigidity indicates premature rigor mortis. I need to check her anus. Have that large lady there help you lift her," says Walter. Astrid slowly straightens up and hesitatingly tells the agent that she needs to check her anus. I'd just like to point out that the impending anal examination has not prompted Walter to slack off one bit from shoveling popcorn into his mouth. And I wonder if Peter's vanishing act means Astrid's paycheck is a little heavier?
Meanwhile, Olivia and Lee are digging into the victim's background. Commuter Nadine Park parked her car at the train station, about four blocks from her, at 10:45 AM. "She was still behind the wheel, so maybe he was waiting for her in the backseat. He wanted to attack her when there was no one else around. She struggled for a bit and then hit the lamppost," says Olivia.