Later, Olivia and Peter watch as the agents mop up the scene, loading Dempsey's body in the back of a van and leading Luke away. "I don't get it. He knew he was killing those people. Why would the kid protect a murderer like that?" And the show hits us right between the eyes with it by having Olivia tell Peter, "Because it's his father." Get that, Peter? Sons protect their fathers. Wait, doesn't this backfire? Shouldn't this strengthen Peter's resolve to protect his father? "Shit, that kid let his father down, and the father blew his brains out!"
Sanford Harass strolls into Broyles's office. "Interesting day," he tells Broyles, who says, "I heard," because it's not like Broyles was actually in the episode at all, like what's the point of having Lance Reddick around if you're not going to make up an excuse for him to glower at people in every single scene? Anyway, Harass makes himself at home and crabs about Olivia disobeying a direct order, releasing Luke Dempsey and going after Brian Dempsey on her own. "From what I can tell, Agent Dunham closed this case despite your obstructions," he says. Harass says something about Olivia not following protocol, and Broyles is all, "She IDed a murderer and contained a computer virus that melts people's brains!" Yeah, seriously! Broyles blasts Harass with both barrels, saying it's not bureaucratic concern that Harass has, but a personal vendetta, and if he goes after Dunham, Broyles will stake his career on her behalf. "You decide to go after Olivia Dunham, you're going after me, and all the red tape in the world won't protect you," says Broyles. Go, Broyles!
Harass smirks, and walks out, and says (in a line that was clearly added after the fact), "You sure you're up for this? 'Cause I got a lot of red tape, Phillip."
Back at the lab, Walter's working on something, when Peter walks up to him and says there's a woman who wants to talk to him. "Is she pretty?" asks Walter, who already works with Olivia and Astrid, like how greedy can this guy get? She's right behind you, Peter tells him.
Walter turns around, and sees Jessica Warren, and his smile slowly fades. "Now look. If you need me, I'll be right here. If you need to end the conversation for any reason, you just say the word," says Peter. Walter doesn't say anything; he just gets up and walks toward Jessica, who steps forward into the light and proclaims that her daughter's name was Carla Warren.