"So what's our next move?" asks Peter. Olivia says Raul was a good guy before the military, with a clean record and responsible employee. "I want to know how he became a criminal. Why they recruited him and what they promised him." Susan gave her some names, and in an amazing coincidence, his best friend from high school works at a bar in Cambridge. Peter perks up at the words "bar in Cambridge," and then suddenly the two of them are running out the door, with an unimpressed Astrid left to babysit Walter, who says, "Now, Miss, I'm going to repeat the demonstration with the rice. Would you care to watch?" Astrid gives him a flat no, but it doesn't dampen his enthusiasm a bit, and he keeps playing with his electric football.
Olivia and Peter walk into the bar, which is filled with people, and Olivia tells him to "go along with this, OK?" "Sure thing, boss," says Peter. They belly up to the bar, and Olivia gives a big friendly hello to the bartender and orders a double-shot of whiskey. The bartender asks Peter, who says he'll have the "same as the lady." Olivia introduces herself: "I'm Stephanie. This is my brother Rick." Peter amusingly falters slightly when he finds out he's playing the role of "brother" instead of "sex partner." He's even more nonplussed when he goes in for a "cheers" with Olivia, who's already pounded hers back and is asking for another while giving the bartender the "you look familiar" routine. She asks him if he's sure they haven't met before, and he says he doesn't think so. He's Drew. "Drew, I got to tell you, I never forget a face." Peter says it's true, and kinda creepy. And finally "Stephanie" "remembers": "Raul and Susan's wedding!" Drew's impressed that she remembers he was the best man. Peter, who wants to BLOW THEIR COVER, apparently, says, "It's incredible, right? She's been able to do that since we were kids. Remember that?" He all but WINKS at her and gives her the okey-dokey sign.
Olivia tells Drew that she lost contact with Susan. She asks where they're living now. Drew says he doesn't know, but heard they split up, but he's not surprised: "Raul got weird." Weird how, asks Olivia. Drew figures it was post-traumatic stress from the Gulf War: "When he got back, he didn't come around much. He started hanging out at the VA a lot." He doesn't know which one, and then is called away down the bar. "Brother," says Peter, like GET OVER IT, Peter. Olivia says, "It kind of works better that way." Peter appears unconvinced. Olivia gives a quick call to Broyles, who is sitting glaring some paperwork into submission, and asks him to find out which VA hospital Raul Lugo might have gone to. "There was nothing in any of his records," says Broyles. Olivia knows; that's why she's calling him. Broyles says he'll do what he can, and will have an answer for her in an hour. Olivia hangs up and fills Peter in, and moves to go. Peter asks what the rush is: "Two is your limit?" "Is that a dare?" I wonder how Broyles will react when he calls back in an hour and Olivia's shitfaced like a freshman during orientation weekend.