Anyway, Astrid shrieks like Walter's HEAD just exploded, and Nina comes in and sternly says she doesn't imagine they're preparing for a science fair, and I'd like to remind Nina that a) Walter is your boss now and b) any time is a good time to put Mentos in a Diet Coke, or in this case, mints in cola.
Walter sullenly says he'll get a mop, but Astrid says she'll do it, because she's been relegated to lab janitor anyway. Walter's gone all mopey very quickly, so Nina asks him what's wrong and he says he needs Belly's help and can't do this alone.
"I know he's dead. I know that. But maybe we can bring him back," says Walter, pulling out one of Bell's research projects, a file labeled "Soul Magnets," which I must insist on calling, "Soooooul Magnets." Walter says Belly posited that a person's soul or consciousness continues to live on after death, and just needs a vessel or a host to return to. Nina says it was one of William's "more extreme flights of fancy," but Walter will not be deterred, saying all he'd need to do was to prepare someone by inserting a microscopic soooooul magnet inside them. Sure, what could be simpler? Well, apparently it could be done using injections, food, or a cup of tea.
Nina's quite skeptical, but Walter wonders what if Belly's already, you know, inserted a soooooul magnet in someone. "Then all we have to do is to figure out how to trigger the magnets to summon the soul back into the host, and he'll be back here with us," says Walter, who has become so frustrated with how hard it is trying to figure out what made these guys float that he wants to switch to figuring out how to bring a dead man back to life. Walter's excitement quickly fades to despair, and he starts talking -- AGAIN -- about how Belly cut out parts of his brain, and he doesn't think he's capable.
"Walter, it was never your intellect that made you exceptional," says Nina. Penis, right? I KNEW it. "You're brilliant, of course. But it was your imagination, your boundless creativity," she continues. Oh. She concedes that he's not quite whole, but the best parts of him remain. (Knew it.) Walter asks what if he fails, and she says he won't. Because he can't. And it looks like they're going to kiss, but we go to black.
And then we're at Krick's... house? I can't imagine they're in the warehouse, which is probably still covered in cops. The kid from the murderball game is there too, and Krick gives him an injection. The kid at first doesn't feel anything, but within seconds has started to float up out of his chair.