Elsewhere, in a gymnasium, several wheelchair warriors play that bruising form of wheelchair rugby known as "murderball" -- not to be confused with the murderball played in certain regions of South America, which we know as "soccer." During a break in the action, one of the players, named Michael, wheels over to a table of water bottles for a drink. Krick is in the stands watching, and he tells Michael that it was a hell of a play he made, and Michael says, "These newbies don't know how to play defence." Oh, so I bet you "pwned" them, huh? Then Michael gets called over to his team, because the teams congregate on the side of the gym away from the water bottles, which doesn't make any sense.
Krick goes and sits back down, and notices someone else in the stands, in a wheelchair, watching the game. After a moment, he says, "Tough sport, huh?" and the guy nods, and says, "Brutal. Must be quite a rush." With some prodding from Krick, the kid admits he's never been healthy enough to play, and when Krick asks if he wishes he could, the kid says, "I wish a lot of things. But I stopped believing in leprechauns and miracles a long time ago." They threw in the timely "leprechauns" comment because St. Patrick's Day was fast approaching! Krick says: "What if I told you I could give you a miracle?" and the kid looks at him, suspicious, and I can't believe Krick doesn't just get beat up all the time by people he approaches, wheelchairs or no.
Back at Harvard, Walter is picking out heavy chunks of osmium from Koenig's blood, which was sent over from the morgue so he could isolate it. But don't think he doesn't have a little job for Astrid! He asks her to "dispose of the excess," which in this case is several cartoons of human blood. She looks at the blood-spattered cartons, glares at Walter, rolls her eyes and goes off to do it, grumbling "I went to Quantico for this?" under her breath, even though this is hardly the least objectionable task she's been asked to do, plus this is almost the end of the third season already.
Over in the office, Peter and Olivia are trying to find a connection between the victims, but they're coming up empty, so of course Peter will take any excuse for a break to go stuff his face and he suggests they go get a pizza at "Regina's" but it's OK because he says they'll take the confidential health records and investigation files of the super-secret Fringe division in the car with them to the pizza place.