After the commercial break, we're in Chestnut Hill, at the Pinewood Savings Bank, and there's McCallister now, strolling out to his car. He's approached by Jill, who asks him if he happens to know where Franklin Street is. He gives her directions that aren't really complicated, but she looks confused, so he offers to write it down for her on the piece of paper she's proffering. As he takes it, though, he sees that there's a photocopied image of his face on it. He looks at her, surprised, and she now has a sinister look on her face. Then they cut away, which is annoying, because I'd really like to know how the rest of this plays out without attracting too much undue attention, given that they're right out in public in broad daylight here.
Back at the lab, Peter walks in to see Astrid chopping ... something, and she tells him that Walter is out counting cars since he thinks it might help jog his memory, which he says human memory is often triggered when accomplishing mundane tasks, which Peter's already aware of. "Walter's convinced that Newton wants to build a door to the other side. If Walter can remember what he told Newton, we might be able to figure out what's supposed to happen at 3:31 tomorrow," she says.Peter absentmindedly flips through the papers and books that are in front of him in the lab, and he finds, tucked into a book, the same family photo that he was looking at earlier.
So Peter wanders in to see Olivia in the side office, and she tells him that Broyles sent over a list of state and local events happening tomorrow. Peter scans it and notes that there's a Star Trek convention at the Worcester Centrum: "That's not good. I told Walter I'd take him. Maybe we'll just pretend like we didn't see that," he jokes, and I don't know if this show really wants to poke fun at Star Trek fans, given the possibility for overlap in the Venn diagram with Fringe fans. Anyway, Peter says he thinks he knows why Walter has been acting so weird lately (does he have any theories on why Olivia has been acting so weird?). He tells Olivia that Walter's been carrying around a family photo from when Peter was a kid: "I think he wants to talk to me about how my mother died."