Meanwhile, over at the Massachusetts Port Authority, some poor sap strolls outside by a fish pond on the grounds to have a cigarette break, when he notices that there are several dead goldfish floating on top of the water. He picks up a stick and starts poking around, and goes all bug-eyed horrified when he sees a corpse in the fountain.
Over at the Harvard lab, Astrid is busy scrubbing a fish tank, so Broyles, strolling in, jokes that Dr. Bishop leaves the "high-intensity" work for her. She tells him the rest of the gang -- i.e. the important ones -- are over at Massive Dynamic. But Broyles is here for her. Broyles, you dog! Oh, wait, it's work-related. "For the past two days, an encryption team has been waiting for the data on the other Olivia's hard drive," he says. "More than three-hundred pages of material. Details about this world. Profiles on our people. Mission specifics. It's difficult to know what information's important." She says she's happy to help, and he tells her that Fauxlivia's mission logs are filled with personal observations. "And many of them concern her relationship with Peter. And given what Peter and our Olivia have been through..." he says, and Astrid says she'll be discreet.
Over at Massive Dynamic, Falcon and Walter are looking at a computer screen displaying Peter's vitals, with Falcon acknowledging that Peter's heart rate -- at 130 beats per minute -- is a bit high, and Walter angrily disputes his use of the word "bit" and wants Peter taken out of the machine. Falcon calls it a "narrow tachycardia, hardly life-threatening," and says it would be ridiculous to stop testing because of it. He does say at first he assumed it was nerves, but the heart rate should have stabilized by now. Olivia asks if his heart rate could have triggered the machine. "No, I don't see how it could have. But it is curious, and implies we should do more tests," he says, and Walter is spitting angry at the prospect of Peter being used as the new Massive Dynamic lab rat, and at least Massive Dynamic doesn't leave ingestible poison in milk jugs in the common refrigerator, WALTER. Olivia's interrupted in her role as peacemaker when her phone rings, and tells Walter she's got to go, and asks him to call her if he learns something new.