Meanwhile, Jones is tippity-tapping away on his computer and opens up a portal to the other universe. "Ladies first," he says to Nina. Those British! So gallant! Nina's already on her way through when Peter and Olivia come roaring around the corner, Olivia with her gun drawn and ordering Jones not to move. He smiles and says it was quite a display she put on back there: "Your love for this man must be something quite profound," he says. Peter's like, "Yeah, but we've still got 'It's Complicated' checked on our Facebook relationship statuses." Jones turns to head through the portal, and Olivia shoots him. Through the throat, it looks like! Good god! But he doesn't even fall down. "It would seem there are some fringe benefits to having one's body reassemble at an atomic level," he rasps, and then he steps through the portal, which closes behind. Olivia's all, Peter, holy shit! And then she starts to collapse again, but this time Peter catches her.
They make their way outside the hospital, with Peter on the phone getting him to send EMTs to Plainfield Memorial, and making sure that they have Diazepam for Olivia. Olivia says she's feeling better, and is chalking up her seizures to all the energy she expended doing a number on her nervous system, and I fail to see how "expending so much energy on my telekinesis shut down my nervous system, causing me to have seizures" means she doesn't need EMTs.
But by this point, Peter is a little more on board Walter's theory that it has to do with her proximity to him. "Walter isn't always right," she says, somewhat warily. But Peter says back at the gas station, right before she was abducted SOMEHOW, like maybe teleportation, Peter says he was ready to think that going home with her was OK, but it's not. "It was a mistake -- one that I promised myself I'd never make again," he says. Olivia tells him that it's not the same as what happened before, but Peter's resolute; he says he saw her, his Olivia, the one that he's supposed to be with -- the only one he's supposed to be with. He's got a point; how many Olivias does any man really need? He's already had two, which is two more than most guys get.