Olivia finds what ZFT stands for. Walter examines a man who was infected by something that caused his orifices to close. Jones turns himself in and demands to speak to Olivia. Soon more people become "faceless" and Olivia believes Jones is behind it. She therefore gets permission to see Jones, who dares her to take a test. If she passed, then Jones would stop killing people. The test requires Olivia to awake her true "ability". Written by
Did You Know?
Referring to the de-materialization/re-materialization technique that Jones used to escape from a German prison to a Boston warehouse, Olivia says, "the man was clever enough to Star Trek himself out of a maximum security German prison." This is a reference to the fictional "transporter" technology, the concept of which was introduced on the TV series Star Trek
(1966). Fringe creators J.J. Abrams
, Roberto Orci
, and Alex Kurtzman
also made the movie Star Trek
(2009). See more
Besides the fact that the German guards speak the language extremely poor, some words and/or articulations are not commonly used in German language and sound extremely cliché (i.e. the translation of 'Sir' to 'Mein Herr'). See more
In the meantime, I need two hours alone.
Why? Where you going?
To get a massage.
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