Olivia calls him a son of a bitch, and as the torture stops and Nina goes limp, Jones tells Olivia not to waste all the emotion on him. "Turn on the light," he says. She says she can't, which earns Nina another jolt. "You know what you have to do. Just one light, and we won't have to hurt her anymore," he says.
So Olivia gets back to staring at the box, and tries for much longer this time, but with the same results. "I can't," she says, but as Jones turns to look at his assistant again, Olivia tells him that she just can't right now; she's tired and needs rest. Jones considers this for a while, then half-smiles and lowers the shutter, telling her that she'll have her rest, and then they'll try again in an hour. An hour? That's not really going to be enough for a nice deep REM sleep, but... well, I guess that's why you're the evil mastermind.
Back at the lab, the attempt to pull some erased image off the memory disk is interrupted -- much to Peter's chagrin -- by Astrid's and Walter's overwhelming urges to take pee breaks. Maybe Peter's just worried because last night when Olivia said she needed to whiz she wound up disappearing?
He's also frustrated and about ready to give up anyway, until he gets the idea to "decrease the chrome and the saturation" and then like magic this perfect picture of some dude's face appears full-frame on the screen. Like, why not just have Peter wave a magic wand over the thing and be done with it? Then Astrid asks for a screen-capture of the image so she can do some FBI and Interpol facial-recognition alchemy or whatever. Walter grumbles that clearly he works for "that harridan Nina," and Peter says it's who Nina's working for that worries him. He's been racking his brain trying to figure out why Nina would be dosing Olivia with Cortexiphan. Then it occurs to him that the only person who's ever done anything like that, at least in his timeline, was David Robert Jones. Oh, and HIS DAD, but he doesn't bring that up. "Maybe he's trying to do the same thing again," he says. Walter wonders why Jones would be trying to activate Olivia, and Peter says they were never able to figure it out the first time, but maybe it's for the same reason now.