Unfortunately, back at the warehouse, Hastings is waiting on the stairs to be questioned, and given his lack of a face tattoo, I'm not sure he's going to get the easy version of the interrogation. After the break, he's right up at the top of the line when his phone rings and maybe looking like the dude whose phone goes off at a quiet point in a movie isn't the way to throw off suspicion here? Also, when he fishes the phone out -- cell tech has really advanced over the years -- the number of the incoming call is given as "458568649596080141," like, if the population has exploded enough for that many numbers to be needed, I'm not sure how the camera crews are fitting in here.
The Fringe crew is just arriving at the warehouse as Olivia announces that she still can't get through to Hastings. Walter grumps that the situation is "intolerable," like, you're not exactly helping on that front, guy, and they also let us know that they can't get the pass code from Nina, because her cell won't work underground. For some reason I guess they need to hit us over the head that GPS signals still can't be tracked underground, but regardless -- NICE TO THINK OF THAT NOW -- I suppose they'll benefit from a similar lack of competence on the part of the Observers later. Anyway, at least this means Astrid gets a scene, as Peter calls her with the model number of the electronic lock.