Back at Walter's lab, the mad doctor is bickering with his son about Jules Verne and the phrase "on your mind." Are you ready for this? Verne wrote a story about the idea that the last image you see before you die is burned on your retina. So all they have to do is -- of course -- recover the electrical impulses from her eye, and for some nonsensical reason, the muscle relaxant she was given will make it easier for them to get this.
Olivia's stomped off outside to sit on a park bench looking at a pond. Peter sits down next to her, and she apologizes for "losing control," and he reminds her that he's dealing with the idea that his dad's work is responsible for all those murders. He touches her hand, and then says they may have found a way to track the guy down. They need a special piece of hardware that's very hard to find. Yes, I imagine the Eyeball Death-Image Extract-O-Tron 3000 is very difficult to come by. If only we knew of some shady high-tech firm...
So over to Massive Dynamic we go. Olivia sits in a waiting area with Broyles, surrounded by massive ever-changing pictures on the walls. Broyles says he's nervous about asking a favor from Massive Dynamic, because the corporate mind is always looking for a "quid pro quo." Skid row bro! Olivia ignores this in favor of asking Broyles why John suggested it wasn't a coincidence that she was recruited for Broyles' assignment.
Broyles ignores this and instead asks if the last time she was intimate with Agent Scott, was she safe? Olivia stares at him. "You weren't, were you?" says Broyles. Olivia starts screaming and her belly starts writhing -- and naturally it's all a big fakeout, in Olivia's mind. Broyles isn't even there.
So Nina Sharp makes small talk with Olivia, and thanks her for keeping Massive Dynamic's name out of the press during the whole Agent Scott thing. Turns out that Massive Dynamic is planning a big advertising campaign featuring Jerry Seinfeld, trying to boost their image. Nina also offers her condolences on the loss of Agent Scott. Olivia tries to find out if Nina is hinting at "rumpy-bumpy" or if she's for Olivia losing her platonic partner. "No doubt some of your male colleagues are assuming that you two were intimate," she says, and grins. Olivia basically gives it away with her humorless attitude, but they're interrupted by some lackey carrying a huge case. "The electronic pulse camera," says Nina. My closed captioning tells me she called it the "millimeter wave camera." Nine says, "Travel safe," but Olivia stands there all grumpy and ungrateful.