Two men's brains are liquefied and their only apparent connection is that they both downloaded a huge file before dying.

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When a teenager has his brain liquefied, the Fringe team start an investigation. It turns out he downloaded a program that caused the condition. Astrid snoops around Peter. Harris continues questioning Olivia's methods and threatens to close down Fringe division. Ella, Olivia's niece is one of the targeted victims but she's saved before the programs takes effect. Written by Andreea D

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The outside set for the Garage where Luke works is across the street from the car yard set where the salesman died, and can be seen in its undressed form as Olivia is leaving. See more »

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(at around 1 min) When Olivia is rushing back to her house, in one scene she is seen driving from the right side of the car. Most likely, the video was flipped to make it show her driving from left to right. See more »

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Peter Bishop: Is it any consolation knowing you were right?
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Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
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Performed by Beyoncé Knowles
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Character developmen/monster of the week.
28 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Monster of the week reference is from the X-files and I simply mean the plot doesn't contribute to the broader plot (although I could certainly be wrong again!). A disgruntled computer expert has found a way to get back at his perceived enemies (although not sure how he knew to target agent Dunham before they zeroed in on him) by having them click on a pop-up on their computer screen: it mesmerizes them and their brains literally melt along with the host computer's hard drive.

Character development sees the odious Peter Bishop's painfully slow recognition that his father is not just an insane man-child. It appears he may start to recognize his dad is an actual person in the near future. We also get to see Peter use some of his connections from his previous career to help track down clues that the FBI just can't seem to do.

Sanford inadvertently helps Olivia out after telling her not to pursue the case which she, of course, does. He helps by tracking her car to where she is confronting the bad guy and sends agents there who show up just in time to grab the suspect's fleeing son.

This show is starting to drag me in...


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