Peter decides to open The Box. He sits across from Caitlin on the bed and says that no matter what The Box tells him he is, this is where he wants to be and she's who he wants to be with. She tells him to get on with it already, and he does. Unfortunately, inside the box, there's nothing more than his passport, a plane ticket to Montreal, a picture of him and Nathan, and some crumpled dollar bills. So, basically, he learns his last name, that he was supposed to go to Montreal, he's possibly part of a gay couple, and he likes small bills. This relative lack of knowledge irritates him, so he stands up to bitch about it and sees a blank canvas across the room. This leads to him going all Isaac Moon Eyes on the place, and he picks up a brush and starts furiously painting as Caitlin looks on with her mouth agape.
Back at the pub, Ricky enters from the back room and sees Elle there, perusing the menu. "You know," she says, "I've never been to an Irish pub before -- do you have any haggis?" Ricky smirks that haggis is native to Scotland, not Ireland, and all Scottish food is based on a dare. Also? They're closed. Elle just asks after Peter and shows a photo of him. Ricky says he's never seen him before and Elle turns to leave, but turns back to inform him that she talked to some people at the docks and they said they saw Peter in the pub. Ricky continues to deny having seen Peter. "Hm," she cutely huffs at him. "So, either you're lying, or allllll those other people are lying. It's just kind of hard to tell who's lying, you know?" Man. Kristen Bell is making the most of her small moments in this episode, let me tell you. She fills that line with more malicious intent than Anthony Hopkins did with his famous "Quid pro quo, Agent Starling" line.
Ricky steps forward and keeps saying that he doesn't know Peter and quietly threatens her with his physical bulk until she turns and walks to the door. "That it now?" She backs off and starts to leave again. "Sorry I couldn't be more help," says Ricky insincerely. "Yeah," says Elle, locking the door, "so am I." Then she shoots some blue electricity at the lock, effectively welding it shut, and then she turns to Ricky and fires a solid bolt of blue lightning right at him. This melts into a shot of a penlight shining forth from Tobby's hand into Niki's eyes. He tells her that she gave them quite a scare, and she apologizes. She's strapped down to a bed, and seems resigned to this fact. Tobby comments that multiple personality disorder is a horrible affliction, but The Company is going to fix her right up. She thanks him, and he leaves, and Mohinder immediately starts to undo her straps and says he's going to get her out of there, but Niki rather dumbly wants to stay, saying that she's sick and The Company is going to help her. Mohinder stares at her and then pours her another glass of Crazy Kool-Aid.