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Night of Desirable Objects 

Olivia and Peter investigate a series of strange disappearances. Olivia hears and sees things from the alternate Universe but fails to realize Charlie isn't really Charlie.

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When seven people go missing in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, the Fringe Division head to the place to investigate the case. Olivia is still recovering from the car crash, using walking stick and still with partial amnesia. Their investigation leads to Andre Hughes, a retired doctor that lost his wife and baby that died in the childbirth, and they bring him to the FBI office to interrogate him. Meanwhile the shapeshifter Charlie is tracking Olivia down following orders from someone from the parallel universe. The FBI decides to exhume the bodies of Hughes' wife and baby expecting to find whether he killed them or not. However the baby's corpse is missing. When they return to the FBI, they discover that Hughes committed suicide. What is the secret of Hughes' baby? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

In the entire first season Agent Charlie Francis (before his form was taken over by a shapeshifter) he never addressed Olivia by Olivia, instead he would address her as Liv or Livy which the shapeshifter wouldn't know. This is a subtle hint that Charlie is not Charlie. See more »

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The fishing lure (Night of Desirable Objects), is much too big for the rods/and reels shown. The lure, if it actually exists, would be for deep sea fishing, possibly sailfish or tuna. See more »

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Peter Bishop: How's it going, Walter?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I plan to urinate in 23 minutes.
Peter Bishop: Good to know.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm telling you because I'm going to need help unzipping my fly.
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Dear Mr. Fantasy
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Written by Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, and Chris Wood
Performed by Traffic
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The Secret of the Super Baby
12 January 2017 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

When seven people go missing in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, the Fringe Division head to the place to investigate the case. Olivia is still recovering from the car crash, using walking stick and still with partial amnesia. Their investigation leads to Andre Hughes, a retired doctor that lost his wife and baby that died in the childbirth, and they bring him to the FBI office to interrogate him. Meanwhile the shapeshifter Charlie is tracking Olivia down following orders from someone from the parallel universe. The FBI decides to exhume the bodies of Hughes' wife and baby expecting to find whether he killed them or not. However the baby's corpse is missing. When they return to the FBI, they discover that Hughes committed suicide. What is the secret of Hughes' baby?

"Night of Desirable Objects" is a reasonable episode of "Fringe". The only things news and originals are the ability of improved hearing developed by Olivia and the communication of Charles with his superior in the parallel universe. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Night of Desirable Objects"


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