Anyway, she's just noticed the pituitary-sucker on the back of his head when Toomy charges in with a sawed-off shotgun, but he probably ought to have come in more ready to fire, because Olivia pumps several bullets into him, killing him. And then it's time to hug and comfort Max.
After the commercial break, as Fringe agents swarm all over the house, Broyles stares at Toomy's dead body as Olivia says the super said Wyatt Toomy had been living there for almost nine years. Kept to himself, always paid his rent a week in advance.
Alt-Charlie calls the two of them into the other room, where Toomy's got a mad-scientist setup of a crazy contraptions with beakers and flasks and test-tubes, and Lee says it looks like Olivia was right: "Seems he was making some kind of age-regression serum. He was extracting hormones from the kids and giving them to himself." He hands over Toomy's Show-Me card, which features a 70-year-old Wyatt Toomy. "Your son was right. There was a young and an old suspect. It's just that they were the same man," says Olivia. I can understand jumping to that conclusion. It's just that it's dangerous to make assumptions, especially when Alt-Charlie asks a relevant question -- "This guy worked in sanitation. How'd he figure out how to do all this?" -- that no one seems to give more than a passing thought.
Anyway, Broyles solemnly tells Olivia that he won't forget what she did here, and then Lee asks her to join Charlie and him for a beer: "We get a lot of bad days. We got to celebrate the good ones," he says, but she demurs and says she's going home.
God, Olivia lives at the Red Hook Marina over here? That's rough. Oh, wait. Never mind. She's just meeting Henry, who chides her for being nineteen minutes late, adding that he was going to leave in just one more minute. Olivia looks at the rickety boat and asks if he really thinks if it's going to take them across the harbour. "Don't worry about the boat. Worry about the patrols around that island," he tells her, and she tells him that she knows she's asking a lot, so he can back out if he wants to, but he just wants to get it over with.
"You want me to cast us off?" asks Olivia, only Henry has no idea what she's talking about, and she realizes he's never done this before, which he cops to, eventually: "Water scares the hell out of me," he says, but then adds that his cousin ran him through everything he needs to know. Olivia's not convinced, but then something else occurs to her. "Someone had to teach you how to do it," she says, and Henry gets a little defensive, but she's not really talking about him at this point.