Nina asks Brandon to give them the room for a moment, and then she tells Olivia that she has the ability to cross over safely. Olivia protests that she can't, not on her own; Bell's pulled her over, or she's flashed over for a few seconds, but that's it. "Not on your own, but if there were two or three of you, a larger power supply, as it were," says Walter, warming up to it. "I'm not following," says Broyles, because Peter isn't around to put everything in layman's terms. Walter babbles on about the collective psychic energy and how he and Belly always agreed that the primal part of the brain is responsible for paranormal activities like pyrokinesis, thought control, etc. "And that we all had these abilities, until there was a moment in history when something was done to us, and... and it was shut down. I suspect aliens," says Walter. But that's a whole 'nother episode. Anyway, it's a moot point, right? Because all the other Cortexiphan children they've found have "failed or worse," says Walter, and Olivia's the only one left.
Broyles and Nina exchange glances. "Actually, she's not," says Broyles.
Over to the Massive Dynamic Experimental Campus, now, where Broyles tells Olivia that there are still over a dozen Cortexiphan subjects unaccounted for. "Prudence dictated we determine what we might be dealing with in the future." "So you woke all three of them up?" says Olivia, and they look into a room that has a foosball table and three people in matching sweatsuits seated at three different tables being studied by three scientists or researchers or whatever the hell. One of the sweat-suited ones appears to be levitating a ball of fire between her hands. Must be Sally. "Actually, five. We've tracked down some others," says Broyles.