Roy continues: "Where is it?" "From the beginning, it was on her person," goes the translation. Olivia grabs the file with Roy's latest drawing, of the woman with the bloody palms, and suggests "It was on her the whole time," which Astrid says could work. Olivia bolts out of there without even telling the rest of her team where she's going.
She's over to the morgue where she pulls out the DEA agent's body while she flashes back to the partner holding her hand. Somehow we get a flashback of Grant cutting open his partner's palm, even though we couldn't see it. It's safe for Olivia to surmise that from the bloody X on Evelina's palm. The flashback also shows Grant pulling a transparent plastic disc out.
While Olivia busies herself mustering up an FBI field team in less than hour based on a clue delivered in Latin thanks to impromptu brain surgery on a man who is the prime suspect in the murders on the bus, Walter is staring at his instruments. "I believe with proper demodulation you could receive satellite television for free," he says, which is Peter's cue to get Astrid to help him free Roy.
Grant Davidson shows up at the station with a giant metal briefcase, which makes no sense, given that he's just handing off a little plastic disc. He gets a phone call from a guy who gives him a meeting point, saying they want to make sure he's not being followed, the entirety of which is spoken by Roy, so Peter calls Olivia to relay the info.