If that's so, asks Olivia, why would Bell have him killed. Emmanuel says it wasn't intentional: "Bell is trying to activate his subjects to see which ones were successful. Some can handle the process. Others can't." Emmanuel says Bell's creating super soldiers, like Khan Noonien Singh, to defend us in a coming war. This goes right over Olivia's head, but Peter picks right up on it, all, "The Khan?" Yup. "As in, The Wrath Of," he mutters. Right again. And then Emmanuel starts nattering about the war against renegade Romulans from the future, here to change the timeline. The sworn enemy of The Federation. Wow. A Star Trek reference in the episode just before a new Star Trek movie by J.J. ABRAMS opens. That's pretty ballsy. I assume there's a scene in the new movie that features the Observer too. Peter's already pretty sure Emmanuel's cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs, but he keeps asking: "And you all know this because?" "I am the son of Sarek," says Emmanuel. Which would make him Spock, Peter points out. Yep! Peter gives him the split-fingers salute, thanks him for his time and says they'll let him get back to the bridge now. "Live long and prosper," says Emmanuel.
Nina strolls down the street (well, "strolls" isn't the right word. "Hobbles" is better), chatting on her cellphone, admitting to whoever's on the other line that they were right and she was wrong. Then she says something about being able to prepare for a particular possibility, after which she asks "Mr. Prime Minister" to hold (!), and answers her call waiting. She listens for a moment, then says, "No, don't do that. Don't do anything until I get there." She goes back to her original call and tells the prime minister that something has come up, and hangs up. She's arrived at her car, and tells the driver to get her to the helicopter fast.