After a series of mysterious bank robberies, a suspect is found embedded into a wall, causing Walter to realize that they have not only found a way to literally walk through walls, but are looking for something he's made in the past.

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After a series of mysterious bank robberies, a suspect is found embedded into a wall, causing Walter to realize that they have not only found a way to literally walk through walls, but are looking for something he's made in the past.

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The "Observer" appears on the security monitor at the beginning of the episode. See more »

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Olivia Dunham: Where you been?
Olivia Dunham: Been working. Where have you been?
Peter Bishop: I've been buying rice for Walter's toys.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Fringe Main Title Theme
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Written and Performed by J.J. Abrams
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As comfy as old socks...
23 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

By the tenth episode in Season 1, the writers and producers have have achieved the Zen that every successful series strives for, that is, perfect ensemble interaction.

The other reviewers have focused on the story arc and that is fine. But this reviewer will tell you that it is not the arc that makes a successful series it is the interaction between the lead actors and the viewers, and the ensuing sense of comfort and anticipation which follows.

In other words -- the paradox of a successful show -- viewers crave predictability within the confines of unpredictability.

Anna Torv continues to deliver one of the most balanced performances ever seen in a network show. What is especially unusual is that she is not only the lead, she is also the "glue" that holds the series together. If this were written by Shakespeare, for sake of hypothesis, Torv would be Puck, never threatening, almost impish, always driving the episode forward in a way that appeals to both male and female viewers.

Beautiful ensemble work. Comfy.


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