Olivia has been abducted, and Broyles and the Fringe division must investigate her disappearance - while also undergoing an audit by an agent from Olivia's past who bears a major grudge against her.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nina Sharp (credit only)
John Scott (credit only)
Samantha Loeb
Tara Coleman
Peter Jay Fernandez ...
Dr. Simon


Using her FBI training, Olivia escapes from Robert Jones' people. An FBI agent from Olivia's past is set to investigate the motifs and actions of the Fringe division. Olivia retrieves a sample from her abductors that contains the same parasite that is used to kill an immunologist. At the federal HQ, Loeb interferes with the investigation and finally Olivia figures out he's the other mole. Loeb instructs his wife to kill Olivia but Peter, who overhears the conversation, warns Olivia. Loeb is then caught by the team. Written by Andreea D

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20 January 2009 (USA)  »

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Mitchell Loebs car has the number plate 1R2D21. See more »


With large letters announcing the location as Boston College there is a shot of the 'T' (trolley) going by. The 'T' (Green Line) finishes before Boston College with students having to walk up the hill from there to reach the school. See more »


Peter Bishop: Walter, what are you doing?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Dosing a caterpillar
Peter Bishop: Dosing? As in LSD?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Well, it's a special blend.
Peter Bishop: Hey guess what just happened?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Huh?
Peter Bishop: Finding out that my father is giving drugs to bugs just became a typical moment in my life.
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's wonderful, isn't it?
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The opening titles don't run until over a quarter of an hour into the episode. See more »


References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


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Written and Performed by J.J. Abrams
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Changing my mind a bit.
28 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't like to admit when I am wrong but it is starting (thankfully) to look like I was wrong. I believe in letting a show go through it's first season before I pull the plug and this one was very close to getting the ax prematurely...until now.

Show starts off with Olivia escaping from captivity (after noticing some clues about her masked abductors) and then contacting Charlie for a pickup only to be arrested (?) by unknown people. She wakes up in the hospital to find none other than the man that she arrested previously for molesting numerous women got exonerated and apparently promoted so now he's Broyles's boss and has been tasked with auditing Fringe division. I would be hard-pressed to find someone more arrogant and annoying (perhaps Peter Bishop?) than this fellow. Not sure why (even if he had been acquitted/exonerated) the higher-ups would put someone with such an obvious ax to grind in charge of auditing the Fringe division.

Long story shortened, Mitchell and his wife get found out although a plot twist is that Loeb says he 'saved' Olivia by abducting her and injecting her spine with some liquid...hmmmmmmm.

Although I still can't stand smarmy Peter Bishop I will/must admit the show is starting to pique my interest!

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