So then we're in what is ostensibly a coffee shop, because there is a mother and her young daughter ordering a soy latte, an orange juice, and yogurts, and I say "ostensibly" because the walls behind the cashier are lined with booze, including Kahlua, Malibu rum, Jagermeister and tequila, like WHAT KIND OF COFFEE SHOP IS THIS, and then the creepy obviously-a-Nazi guy is next in line and he orders a cup of tea (asking the cashier to pick the flavour) and tells her a couple of times to make sure the water is very hot, and the waitress is all "sure thing" instead of "Oh, hot water for tea? Never heard of it."
And then the daughter at her table is complaining to her mom about her teacher making them take a nap after lunch, and the mom suggests Jordan needs time to get her energy back. Jordan says, "I think Mrs. Greenwalt is the one who's sleepy," and then the Nazi sits down and tells Jordan's mom that her daughter is very smart, and next thing you know Jordan's mom is talking about how they're thinking of skipping her up a grade, and I'd like to send her to STFU, Parents for saying "yeah, she is" instead of "thank you" when accepting a compliment on behalf of her daughter. Anyway, the dude pulls a vial of liquid from his pocket and dumps it in his VERY HOT tea, as he says, "Yeah, well, don't be in too much of a hurry. Soon all you will have are pictures." Jordan's mom says it smells good and asks if it's cinnamon. The Nazi says, "Something like that," and the tea starts to bubble. It's fantastic that he's one of those villains that doesn't worry about attracting attention with strange behaviour and odd statements, isn't it?
After the commercial break, Broyles is leading the Fringe team through the crime scene, explaining that there were nine victims, who suffocated just like the wedding in Brookline. And none of the victims were related, so Peter figures that Walter might have to rework his genetics theory -- except, and I'm no geneticist, but wouldn't Peter realize that non-related people can share genetic traits that a genetic-specific toxin could target? If I'm wrong about that, someone with better scientific knowledge please explain it to me, because since that turns out to be exactly what happened, I'm confused as to why Peter is now dismissing genetics as a possibility.