The Fringe division investigate the questionable fall of a Massive Dynamic executive analyst. John helps Olivia crack the case. Peter meets up with an old girlfriend.

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An employee of Massive Dynamic covered in mysterious cuts jumps out a window believing himself to be attacked by a swarm of butterflies. Meanwhile, Olivia becomes fed up with her visions of John Scott and decides to go back into the sensory deprivation tank to get rid of them. Written by J. Rieper

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At the end of the chase, when Morales is hit by a car and caught, a police officer is visible across the street. The officer just stands watching rather than rushing to the scene. See more »

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Dr. Walter Bishop: There is little that makes me happier than taking drugs.
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20 November 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In New York, after the lecture of the Massive Dynamic executive Mark Young, he is attacked by a swarm of butterflies with razor wings and he jumps out of the glass window, falling and dying on a car parked on the street. Agent Olivia Dunham is assigned to investigate the crime scene with her team and Dr. Walter Bishop examines the lacerations on the body. Olivia sees John Scott in the crowd watching her. Then she receives an e-mail from John and finds a hidden laboratory with frogs. In Harvard, Dr. Bishop finds a powerful hallucinogen in the frogs and in Mark's blood and concludes that the lacerations were produced his brain. Olivia discloses to Dr. Bishop her visions of John and he tells that she has recollections of John in her brain. She insists to be submitted again to the experiment to visit her memories of John. Will she discover anything new about her case?

"The Dreamscape" is another great episode of "Fringe", increasing the mystery about the Massive Dynamic. The greatest flaw is Olivia leaving the witness in the hospital without any special protection. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "The Dreamscape"


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