And Agent Lee shows up, with Broyles introducing him to the Bishops, telling them Lee has information regarding the case. Bell strolls over, and Broyles and the Bishops are awkward about introductions until Bell introduces himself as Olivia Dunham with Fringe Division. Lee's all, "What division?" but no one explains, so he tells him the woman who jumped and walked away is Dana Gray.
Showing them crime scene photos, he explains that Dana was murdered eighteen months ago with her husband and two children in a home invasion. "They ever find who did it?" asks Peter, instead of "Hold on, she took two bullets in the head eighteen months ago?" Lee says they did, and the guy was killed in a shootout with FBI agents, so case closed until Dana's body disappeared from the morgue. He thought it was stolen until -- he's got another set of police photographs -- he got a report of a double suicide, two people jumping out a dorm window, but when cops got there, there was one body. Two sets of fingerprints on the ledge, though, including Dana Gray's -- which is insane because she's dead, says Lee. "Well, you know, stranger things have happened," says Bell, nonchalantly. Amusingly, Lee says, "Um, no. They haven't." Peter tells Lee not to listen to him, which he hastily corrects to "her." Anyway, not knowing what else to do, Lee put Gray's fingerprints into the system, and over the next couple of months her prints were found at three other double suicides that turned out to be a single suicide by the time first-responders showed up. "I know this sounds insane, but I don't think this woman can die," says Lee. Walter leans over to Bell and says, "Isn't this our lucky day?"
I realize that Lee's an FBI agent, but considering the work they do you'd think the Fringe team would at least lock the door to the lab. Lincoln strides into the lab, and comes up short when he sees that there's an actual cow there. He calls out "hello?" and Astrid comes out to say "hello" and Peter comes out to say, "What's he doing here," like nice welcome, and Bell, back in his lab coat and working with Walter on dueling microscopes, says he invited him.