Olivia walks into Broyles' office, and grins when she sees he's moved his desk, because she had him pegged as a creature of habit, but he's changed his office. He's all, "come again?" She points out that he moved his desk. He just stares at her, until she finally starts talking about what she came in for: they know what stop the victim got on, and the bus driver has worked up a sketch, so they're going to canvass the area.
Broyles asks if the bus driver saw the other victim get on as well. Olivia's surprised, and then she says there was only one victim. "I'm confused," says Broyles, and he picks up a folder on her desk with a photo in it. It's of two bodies, just like Olivia saw in New York. She looks at him, and then they both glance toward the door as we hear someone come in. It's Broyles, and there's a shimmy and Broyles' desk is back where it was. Also, the room is warmer, tones of yellow as opposed to a more austere blue wash a moment ago. Broyles asks where they are on the investigation, and a bewildered Olivia explains again about the bus driver doing a sketch.
The briefing is interrupted by a furious Sanford Harass, who wants to know why the 13th floor is trying to link William Bell to biological terror attacks. Broyles tells him they have evidence that Bell might be implicated. But Harass, unlike Nina, knows that all they have is testimony from a "dead man who himself was an admitted terrorist." Harass goes on to point out that William Bell and Massive Dynamic are the Defense Department's largest contractors: "These waters are much too deep for a fishing expedition." He orders them to drop the case, and stomps out. "Are we really going to--" says Olivia, and Broyles doesn't even let her finish "No. Get more evidence," he says. Olivia looks ready to kiss him.