Jones and his van of miscreants set up shop in a wooded area that the helpful floating title card tells us is Reiden Lake. He tells his men to hurry up because they are going to the other side. If you knew where the spot was all along, what the heck took you so long? Criminals are dumb. You know, I titled this recap "The Physicist's Nightmare" because I was talking to a friend of mine who is a real life physics professor and I was asking him about this show over dinner and he pretty much slammed his head into the table until he passed out. But now, I am thinking I should have called it "Keeping Up With the Joneses." So please pretend.
Walter and Peter drive their trusty station wagon to Reiden Lake. Peter snorts that it is awfully convenient that he opened the hole to the alternate world so close to their beach house. Walter says the proximity was intentional so he could stay close. Wait. Yep. I just rewound to double check, but dude, there is no way your beach house is close to Reiden Lake. According to Dunham's map, Reiden Lake is in upstate New York. Which is about three hours to any beach in any direction. So, look, we need to have a talk. How about I'll believe in this whole alternate world malarkey if you will at least ascribe to basic geography. Do we have a deal? Thanks. Walter is anxious about being late and Peter doesn't get the time crunch, but Walter explains that his friend came and warned him. And he only comes when there are dire consequences. What friend is that? The bald one, that Olivia calls The Observer, the one that attacked Peter in the woods, but undoubtedly had a very good reason for doing it. Peter doesn't look particularly relieved by that addition to the crazy, but it doesn't matter, because they are there! When Peter stops the car, Walter opens his box and pulls out the plug. He pauses and then reminds Peter that he may not remember it, but when he was a boy, he was very sick and close to dying, and to distract himself he would play with coins. He hands Peter the coin he found in the box. Peter takes it, but tells Walter he doesn't remember anything about it. Just then the car doors are thrown open and Peter and Walter are dragged out of the car. It looks bad until Olivia runs up and announces that they are with her. They are all surprised to see each other. Luckily they are all on the same page about plugging a hole in the universe. Just then a white light shines through the trees. The FBI surrounds Jones' team who are all standing, typing frantically on keyboards. When Agent Francis directs one of his men to move out, he gets shot by the guard on Jones' team. Jones tells his team not to stop. Peter takes the gadget from Walter and promises to close the hole before Jones can cross over. Jones and his men are still typing and zeroing in on some coordinates apparently. The FBI, headed by Olivia, moves in. She kills his guard, then shoots his IT guy, but it's too late -- the window has opened. She barks at Jones not to move, but he ignores her. She shoots him once, he stumbles, loses his glasses, and keeps going. She shoots him again. He stumbles again, but keeps walking. He says something about the transporter making him special and the bullets just going right through him, but since I can't actually remember what happened to him I'm just going to ignore it. He stumbles toward the window bidding good bye. Dunham runs after him, trying to stop him, and Peter launches himself onto the field of play, running towards the window and whipping out his universe plug. As Jones walks into the window, Peter hits a button, shutting the window on Jones. He falls backwards, seared in half. Yuck. O.