It's off to the grocer, a rude fat man named Collignon, who makes fun of his employee, Lucien, for being obsessed with Lady Di and generally treats so poorly that working in a sweatshop would be an improvement.
Amélie asks the grocer about her flat's prior tenants, and he refers Amélie to his mother.
From the grocer's parents, Amélie learns that the family's name was Bredoteau.
In the subway or tube or whatever the French call their underground trains, Amélie sees a man (whose name we're told is Nino Quincampoix, even though Amélie doesn't know that yet) scooping photos from under a photo booth.
We're told that as children, when Nino dreamed of having a sister, Amélie wished for a brother.