So after the commercial break, Olivia wonders if they're overlooking something. What if Emmanuel Grayson was right? she asks. "About which part? Being from Planet Vulcan?" asks Peter, but Olivia thinks some of what Grayson said makes sense. Peter wryly asks if she's got anything stronger for his coffee, but she takes him seriously and points him to the bottom drawer in the cabinet behind him. "And here I was halfway kidding," says Peter, who nevertheless bends down and pulls out a bottle of whisky or some damn thing.
Olivia wonders if maybe there's a clue in the visions that she's supposed to find: "We have one victim, Susan Pratt. But in my visions, there are always two bodies." She doesn't know who they are: "But maybe if I could get back to that parallel universe, as Walter describes, I can ID that second charred body. Maybe what's happening there could help us understand what's happening here."
This is when Harass walks into the room. "Happening where?" he says. "Nowhere," says Olivia. Harass raises his eyebrows at her reticence and then chuckles. Rather than press the issue, he just hands Olivia her new assignment and heads out the door. "Always a pleasure seeing you, sir," says Peter, lifting his mug. How old is Peter? Thirteen? Harass barely turns to give Peter a disgusted look and keeps on walking.
But it's only a second or two later before Olivia's stomping down the hall after him (and he dickishly refuses to acknowledge her for a few moments), because her new "assignment" is an order to submit for a psych exam. "I've read your briefs. And I'd say your analysis borders on the paranoid. Besides which, your behaviour's been noted as erratic and driven by emotion, and not just by me," says Harass. He keeps walking, and Olivia wags her finger all "Oh no you di'in't," at him, and says her colleagues need to trust her and not wonder in the back of their minds whether or not she's losing hers. That may be true, Olivia, which I kinda hate to point out that earlier this episode you told your colleagues that you feel like you're losing your mind, so maybe get the psych exam done?
Harass is being an asshole about it, though, with his pretend concern for Olivia, and his faux-understanding that this is an intense job. Olivia's not listening to any bullshit, and says this is about their history: "I've tried to reason with you [really? You normally react exactly like this] in the interest of a working relationship. But you seem to get off on this. So fine. I don't give a damn anymore. But I am not going to let you undermine my ability to do my job," she says, and heads back to her office, and Harass tells her however she looks at it, he's still her superior officer and the evaluation is a direct order. She waves the paper at him, but once back in the situation room, she crumples it up.