While the film runs, present-day Walter explains that he was asked to design an experiment to test whether cranial manipulation could increase a person's psychic possibility, and his tests proved that manipulation of Broca's area had the most dramatic effect on a person's ability to create psychic bonds. "So you think Lisa Donovan's aneurysm made her psychic," says Peter, who also wants to know why, even if that's true, Lisa would be channelling Rusk: "What's so special about him?" Walter has no idea. Olivia wonders if Walter would be able to prove if Lisa's psychic. He says he'd have to examine her, but he's not allowed to. Astrid makes an excellent point: "After watching Walter's scariest home videos, who can blame her?"
We move on to St. Brigid's Church, where the sign board announcing mass times also displays Psalm 34:4 "I sought the Lord, and he answered me." Olivia stares at it for a moment until the bell rings and the churchgoers start streaming down the steps to the street. Olivia strolls over to Ms. Donovan, helping her daughter walk gingerly down the steps. Olivia asks Lisa how she's doing, and Lisa says "really tired, but good" and Ms. Donovan is much less friendly as she asks Olivia what she's doing here.
Olivia starts to tell them about the possibility of Andrew Rusk trying to communicate through Lisa: "We're not sure how or why, but it seems that there's a connection that's been developed between him and your daughter." Ms. Donovan isn't having any of it, and asks Lisa to give her and Olivia a moment alone and Lisa is spirited away by a priest who wants to introduce her to somebody.
Right off, Ms. Donovan says, "Are you a religious woman, Agent Dunham?" Olivia says she isn't. "Then I imagine you sit in judgment of those of us who rely on our faith to guide our decisions about what's best for our loved ones." Whoa! A little defensive, are we? Instead of saying, "No, I know how religious people hate to judge others," Olivia says she knows what faith can mean to a person, but she also believes what happened to Lisa is real, and she's worried about Rusk being a national security risk, but Ms. Donovan won't let her finish, and takes a step forward, all up in Olivia's business. "Whatever happened, Agent Dunham, it's over now. And I believe what's best for Lisa is that she put all of this behind her." Olivia smiles tightly, gives Ms. Donovan her card and asks her to call if anything else comes up, WHICH IT WON'T.