He wanders off, and Nick Lane marvels that it's not the same guy he remembers. "He's exactly the same," sneers Heath, unmoved.
Broyles tells them that Dr. Bishop has identified a likely spot for a crossover in Brooklyn: "You go at 0800 tomorrow morning. You might want to get some rest." So Heath is all, "Hey, FBI guy," so I guess he is the Wolverine of the team. "We're about to go save the world, right? Two worlds, even. Can't we have a night off?" Broyles thinks about it, and then says to the other FBI agents: "Whatever they want."
And lest you think Heath is just a bitter asshole, he chooses to spend his last night at the hospital, healing strangers. We watch some woman regain her color and energy right before our eyes. "Who are you?" she asks. Instead of answering, Heath says, "I was never lucky, you know? Sometimes people need some good luck. Tonight I guess that's me." He turns to the staff behind him. "Who else do we have?" he asks. I have a question: does this make him tired? It doesn't appear so, and if it did I suppose it would be foolish of him to be up all night doing this before venturing into the alternate universe. So: shouldn't he just do this? Heal people all the time? I mean, this might be hindsight, but I think we can guess that Heath is the tumour-ridden dead man from the opening scene, so maybe this amazing power of his shouldn't have been risked.
Speaking of lucky, what did Nick Lane and Sally Clark decide to do? Each other, apparently. Nick is sticking a chocolate-covered strawberry in Sally's mouth while the two of them lie in bed together. Nick asks her what she wants to feel this time... what he's feeling or what she's feeling? "Both," she says, and they start doing it.
Walter's doing laundry, which is awfully grown-up of him. He's doing Peter's laundry, from the bag Peter ran off to Washington with. He presses his face into Peter's clothes and starts to weep. "Please, God," he says. Stubborn grass stains?
Elsewhere, Olivia is hovering over Ella while her niece wakes up. "What time is it?" she asks, confused to see Aunt Liv there. Olivia says it's early, but she has to go on a trip and she wanted to give Ella something before she left. She gives her a crucifix on a gold chain and explains that Ella's grandmother gave it to Olivia before she died: "She told me that it would keep me safe. So now I'm giving it to you." She puts it around Ella's neck and Ella smiles at her and gives her a kiss and thanks her. "You're welcome, baby girl," says Olivia, partly looking like she's about to cry.