After the opening credits and commercial break, the Fringe gang is walking up the steps into the bank, with Peter saying to Olivia, "What do you mean, you don't have one? Everybody's got one. Even I've got one," and Walter guesses that he's talking about a spleen, so you can only imagine that Peter makes a snide comment about his father, and how Walter doesn't just erupt every thirty seconds or so is beyond me, but Walter now thinks Olivia has asplenia, which is a rare genetic condition in which one is born spleen-less, and this is by far more times that I've heard the word "spleen" used than in my entire life up until now, and anyway Peter's talking about a "best friend," which is what Olivia says she doesn't have. She asks if a sister counts. "Of course a sister doesn't count," says Peter, although I really think a sister could count, and maybe Peter would know that if had a sister. Or maybe he has one. Or maybe he had one, and Walter injected her with some substance during a crazy experiment and she's actually now pure electricity and bottled in a jar. Olivia says she's always just enjoyed being on her own: "Even when I was at boarding school, they used to call me 'Han.'" "As in 'Solo'? That's cute. At least you had a nickname," says Peter. Oh, Peter. "Rent boy" is a kind of nickname too, Peter.
As usual, Broyles is already there to get a head start on the glowering. He's on his cellphone, asking someone to call him as soon as possible. It's sort of funny that they were talking about Han Solo, because the guy coming out of the wall kind of looks like when Han Solo was frozen in carbonite. Walter is as usual fascinated by the grisly death scene before him. Broyles says a security guard was also killed, and the surveillance cameras were disabled.