Back in the Boston that closely resembles my neighborhood, Dunham and Francis (looking dapper in a little cap, that actually seems kind of inappropriately cute for an FBI agent, don't they have government issued headwear?) interview witnesses. They remember seeing some men fiddling with a black box, then something shimmered, and a truck appeared out of nowhere and was then cut in half. One witness recalls seeing a masked man, but when pressed she thinks it was bandages. Why would Jones summon up a truck that was aimed directly at him? Back at the lab, Nina pulls out a copy of a photo. It's Walter and it was taken off a security camera at a commuter train station out somewhere. When Peter hears the location, he realizes where Walter is. They own a beach house near there and Walter used to love it. Since Walter had a rough couple of days (thanks to Olivia McYellalot) Walter probably headed out there to recuperate from the tongue lashing. Feel guilty yet, Olivia? Nina suggests sending her agents out to get him, but Peter wants to do it himself.
Back at the crash site, Francis gets his report on the vehicle. The truck isn't registered, the vin number and the serial parts numbers don't exist. The truck was never made. They have no idea where it came from. You would think Agent Francis would stop being surprised by these things. I mean, come on, it's an untraceable truck. On the scale of spine-sucking monsters and oversized flu bugs, that is pretty darn tame. Meanwhile, Peter drives out to the beach house looking for Walter. The place is filled with dusty furniture and memories for Peter. He finds a photo of the family and stares at it for a moment before putting it down and continuing to look for Walter. He wanders the halls of the seemingly large home and finally finds him sitting in a room flipping the coin anxiously through his fingers. He is very agitated and distracted. He says hello to Peter and then paces trying to remember what it is that he is looking for. He just can't remember.
Back at FBI HQ, Dunham argues with Sharp. She suspects that Nina knows a lot more about this than she is telling them. She wants her to stop playing games and help her connect the dots between a truck appearing out of nowhere and a stolen energy cell. Sharp coyly replies that nothing comes out of nowhere and she thinks Olivia is already guessing what is going on and where William Bell is. At that Olivia leans over the table and aggressively tells Sharp to stop playing games and tell her where Bell is. Sharp is unimpressed with Olivia's antics, and really Olivia, you are no Eliot Stabler. Leave the bad cop to the pros or at least to those with less delicate features. Olivia swears that if Nina doesn't tell her where Bell is, she will turn this world over looking for him. Nina smiles at that, because William Bell isn't actually in this world.