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Olivia Dunham (Character)
from "Fringe" (2008)

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Young Olivia Dunham


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  1. "Fringe"
        - Liberty (2013) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
        - An Enemy of Fate (2013) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
        - The Boy Must Live (2013) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
        - Anomaly XB-6783746 (2012) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
        - Black Blotter (2012) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
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From "Fringe: Pilot (#1.1)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm so sorry, that I can't offer you a less dangerous solution.
Agent Olivia Dunham: What to you mean?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Didn't I mention it?
Peter Bishop: What ever you think you said, you didn't say.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Synaptic Transfer System, shared dream state.
Agent Olivia Dunham: What do you mean shared dream state?
Dr. Walter Bishop: The human brain generates a quantifiable electric field. I possited in 1976, that it is possible to synchronize two distinct minds to allow the sharing of information across the unconcious state. Like a string between two tin cans.
Peter Bishop: [in the background] You know what's great about that is that it's completely insane.
Agent Olivia Dunham: You're saying that I can talk to John in a Coma, and he can tell me what the suspect looks like?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's not an exact science
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