Back in Boston, Olivia is packing up the thousands of files littering her office. Broyles comes in to check on her. While normally he would ask when he could expect her report, he's at a loss. And, really, who wants to see a report on a man severed in half lengthwise? Probably the same guy who wants a report on spinal fluid sucking monsters or a virus that seals up orifices. So she'll have his report in the morning? Olivia asks after Nina and Broyles extends her gratitude to Olivia for "catching" Jones before he could take out William Bell. Broyles stands there silently and Olivia asks what is going on. Broyles bleakly reports that they have been ordered to cease and desist any investigation into William Bell. Olivia can't believe her lousy luck. Why do I get the sense that orders mean very little to her?
Astrid comes back to the lab with a bag of groceries. Walter is gone again, but he left a note. Peter looks concerned as he opens it. The note simply says that Walter is stepping out for a bit and for Peter not to worry. Astrid asks if she should call the police, but Peter stops her. He is happy because this is the first time Walter has ever left him a note. Their little boy is growing up. So where is Walter? He's back at the graveyard he visited with Powder. He puts one of the coins Peter liked so much on a headstone. He is crying as stares at the grave. The camera cuts to the headstone and it reads: Peter Bishop 1978-1985. Oh shit. That was unexpected. I guess we know what Walter lost and had to collect from the other side.