Peter, meanwhile, is searching the taxicab's trunk and asks Walter (via Astrid and the Farnworthbot) what he's looking for, what the device might look like. Walter decides that it's probably rather large or it might be small. Astrid tells Peter she doesn't think Walter has any idea what it looks like. Fortunately, Peter has basic human eyesight and so spots the case in the back of the cab. He uses a pocketknife to pop it open -- Jones' team might want to consider springing for better cases for their nefarious devices -- and then spins it around on the trunk to show Olivia what's inside: a little rig powered by amphilicite. "Jones," says Olivia.
On Earth-2, the team is in Col. Broyles' office and he asks if there was a similar device found at the plane crash site. There wasn't, but it could have been destroyed, Fauxlivia tells him.
Still, the big question is why. Col. Broyles asks Walter if he's got any idea and Walter winds up snapping at him. He apologizes for it and Col. Broyles chalks it up to a long day and suggests he sleep on it. Walter agrees, but can't resist bitching about the pillow he was given last night: "Apparently this universe hasn't discovered memory foam," he says. This grouchiness and ingratitude for some reason prompt Fauxlivia to invite Walter to stay at her place. He accepts, and in exchange he will "refrain from sleeping naked," a revelation that neither Fauxlivia nor Lincoln looked prepared for.
Fauxlivia leaves to get her bag, and Lincoln leaves too, because, let's face, wouldn't you rather be with Fauxlivia rather than Walter complaining and talking about naked sleeping habits?
Once they've gone, Walter apologizes to Col. Broyles again for snapping at him and confesses that he's actually made at himself; what Jones is doing wouldn't be possible but for the damage Walter did to the universe. He turns to go, but Col. Broyles, who just may have something else on his mind, gets up and asks Walter, "If you had to do it all over again, would you make the same choice?" Asking for a friend! Walter says if he'd asked that question a few months ago, the answer would have been no. But getting to know Peter in the last little while, he's not sure if he would do anything differently. Yeah, I can see how getting to know Peter might make one not care that universes can be destroyed. Walter exits, leaving Col. Broyles to brood.