We don't linger there too long before heading back to "Federal Building Boston," in one of those rooms where everyone yells on phones and across the room at each other. Looks like they're checking the passenger list for anyone suspicious, like someone who maybe specifically requested a non-skin-dissolving meal so as not to attract attention. Olivia wants to know if anyone looked at security footage from the Hamburg airport, and Broyles is yelling something. Olivia is all "please tell me that terminal has been shut down" and Broyles says it's been shut down since 0400 local time. "Any more questions?" he asks, sarcastically. Olivia ignores the sarcasm to ask who the "point man" at the CDC is for the bone and tissue samples, and Broyles snidely asks if she wants his home number. Olivia says no, but she would like the whole report, and she bickers briefly with Broyles, who says it's not as if the rest of the team thinks what happened was a result of the in-flight movie. Olivia makes a face. And I have to say that while Broyles is being kind of a dick, it could have something to do with Olivia acting like she's, you know, IN CHARGE OF THE INVESTIGATION.
Then Charlie gets a tip about a security guard at a storage locker facility who remembers seeing "two Middle East men" handing a briefcase to a white guy. Broyles tells Olivia to look into it, and she turns up her nose. "You're telling me that's my assignment?" she says. "Yeah, honey. Would you mind?" says Broyles. Olivia stomps off.
So we drive up to U-Case Storage in Chelsea, Massachusetts. And even though this is supposed to be an obvious dead-end lead, and that's why Olivia's nose is out of joint, for some reason John has come along with her.
Even more confusing is that for some reason Olivia waited until they arrived to bitch about Broyles. She tells John that Broyles is pissed because his best friend sexually assaulted three marine privates (the privates' privates, I presume) and she put him away.
"Broyles is an idiot. You're smarter, you're stronger, you're much better looking. He's jealous," agrees John. And then the two of them, while they're supposed to be investigating, have a conversation about how he said "I love you" back at the motel and she didn't say it back, but she wanted to, and blah blah blah, and maybe you can have this conversation after YOU CATCH THE BAD GUYS, and yeah, I can't imagine why the bureau frowns on inter-office romance, and then they are kissing. "Let's go check the trash together," he says.