In the car, Olivia thanks Charlie for being her friend, and he thanks her for not shooting him, and frankly my own co-workers don't thank me enough for not shooting them.
Col. Broyles and Walternate chat on alt-Skype with Walternate telling Broyles to give Olivia the weekend off, and then after that she should be fine to go to work. Broyles wants to know why they want to convince her that she's their Olivia. "You don't need to worry about that just yet. You'll know soon enough," says Walternate. Broyles is all Lt. Daniels "all due respect, but that's bullshit" on Walternate, since the secretary has embedded "one of them" on his team and with an agent. "I need to know now," he says. Ain't gonna happen, though. "Good work today, Phillip," Walternate says, and then he signs off, and for some reason Broyles doesn't shake his fist at the sky and yell "BISHOP!"
Over to the congressional building, with a zeppelin flying overhead -- which is then zapped out of the picture to let us know we're back in our universe. Unless you're watching this from a parallel universe, of course.
Anyway, Peter's in some kind of deposition, with a suit saying, "And that's what you call him, Walternate? Your real father?" Peter explains that Walternate took him over there because he said he needed help to fix the damage on the other side, but Peter thinks he was lying: "He never had any intention to fix the other side. He wanted me to help him destroy ours."
The congress dude is all "hmm" but it's not because of anything Peter's saying, but because his pen is dying, and Peter says he knows "a trick" to save it, and unless that trick is also known as "putting more ink into it" I'm not exactly sure what Peter's on about. Neither is the congress guy here, who doesn't take Peter up on his offer, because he has just one more question: "You said when you learned Walternate was lying to you, your first thought was anger, that you wanted to put a stop to his agenda. But you could have done that by staying there. So the one thing I don't understand is, why'd you come back?"
We don't hear Peter answer. Instead they just show us a shot of Fauxlivia, sitting outside on the steps, looking at Walter's shoes. "I haven't seen those in a while," she says. Walter calls them "Wallabees." Is that a thing? Were they a thing? Shouldn't Fauxlivia be more cautious about being clueless about differences between her universe and ours? "Are you bringing them back?" asks Fauxlivia. Yes, in addition to sexy, apparently, as Walternate licks the filling out of an Oreo. "Where did they go?" he asks.