Getting in the car, Olivia asks Walter if he thinks they destroyed the thing. He's not sure, but he wonders if what Olivia did may have compromised Cameron's ability and just displaced the energy. Sounding almost like he's scolding her, he says, "You acted against all reasonable agreements and expectations," and I have to say that when the plan is "We'll use the man with the astral-projecting and electromagnetic powers I experimented on when he was a kid to destroy in a power station this sentient energy that's menacing another person who I experimented on as a kid" then I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE HELL HE MEANS by "reasonable agreements and expectations." He also says she behaved irrationally with regard only to her intuition and instincts.
Olivia's all, "Yep" and Walter says when he does that, people say he's crazy. I think they actually roll their eyes and sigh and say things like, "Oh, Walter," or "My name is Astrid," but Walter thinks he's learned that "crazy" is a lot more complicated than people think, and I'd like to point out to him that if Olivia didn't already know that, I bet you'd have been shipped back to St. Claire's two years and fifty-one weeks ago and changed all the Fringe division phone numbers. Olivia gets a call from Broyles, who says he got a disturbing call about a father and son who pulled a man from the middle of Reiden Lake. To emphasize that this is a rebooted universe, Olivia says, "Where's Reiden Lake?" WHICH I DON'T THINK WOULD BE THE FIRST QUESTION and Broyles quickly tells her it's in upstate New York. "Details are sketchy, but apparently whoever he is knows a lot of classified information -- things no one outside this division could possibly know. What's more, he claims to know every one of us," says Broyles. Behind Olivia, in the SUV, Walter says, "I had a house at Reiden Lake." Olivia says nothing, but looks like she wouldn't mind hurting somebody.