At Science Prison, Jones goes over to stand in the corner of the room, and a light starts to glow above his head. He closes his eyes, and takes a deep breath. The room starts to rattle, and there's a flash of light. Over in the field, the base of the beam of light flashes as well, and suddenly Jones is standing there. Loeb smiles. I would too. I had a hard time getting my wireless internet set up. Probably would have taken me a few tries to teleport someone across six time zones on untested equipment that's a couple of decades old.
We're in some place that's got some giant clock set in a tower. Big ... Ben, I think it is? No floating letters to tell us where we are! I guess Big Ben is supposed to be enough to let viewers know we're in Zurich. You're lucky I'm so well-versed on international landmarks. Anyway, Nina's there, and she answers her cellphone to hear Broyles tell her that Olivia Dunham is missing. "What do you mean missing?" says Nina. Missing as in missing, Nina! Broyles, sounding even more pissed than normal, says, "It appears she has been abducted. Need I even ask?" She doesn't respond at first, and then tells her she resents the accusation. "I don't make accusations, so let me be clear. If I find out--" and Nina cuts him off, saying he knows how she feels about Agent Dunham. He does? "Why would I want any harm to come to her? Now, what do we know about who may have taken her? And why?" Unsaid: "Why didn't I kidnap her first?"
Loeb greets Jones (see how nice he looks! No one gets dressed up to travel anymore), who says he needs to get into the decompression chamber. He asks if Loeb's got Agent Dunham. "She didn't even put up a fight," says Loeb. "Well, then, let's not keep her waiting," says Jones.