Fringe: Season 2, Episode 5

Dream Logic (15 Oct. 2009)

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The Fringe team travels cross-country to Seattle after learning of a mysterious incident involving a man who attacked his boss because he believed he was an evil ram-horned creature. As ... See full summary »

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The Fringe team travels cross-country to Seattle after learning of a mysterious incident involving a man who attacked his boss because he believed he was an evil ram-horned creature. As these puzzling occurrences continue, the team tirelessly explores strange and creepy links to dreams. In pursuit of additional information, Agent Broyles has a disconcerting meeting with enigmatic Massive Dynamic executive Nina Sharp that leads the investigation in an unthinkable direction. Written by Fox Publicity

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The Observer can be seen in the background, walking down the stairs of the Nayak clinic, when Olivia is suggesting contacting all local pharmacies. See more »

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Olivia tells Dr. Nayak that she'll "send a copy" of the note he received to the FBI documents unit, where they will "analyze the handwriting, the paper, and the ink." They wouldn't be able to "analyze" with any precision either the paper or the ink from a copy, physical or electronic. See more »

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Astrid Farnsworth: [referring to experimenting on a drugged FBI agent] Walter, I do not think this is a very good idea.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Don't be such a grinch. I told you - science should be fun!
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Peter and Walter, very clearly laid out
16 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The show was about ... well another normal Fringe item. People going nuts, seeing crazy stuff, going crazy, killing without reason and then dying of old age in moments.

We see Walter for some reason REALLY hating Seattle. Why wasn't explained. It may be a bad plot device or it may fit in later.

Expect to see a lot more "Seattle" focused stories. The shooting moved to Vancouver to save money.

After a lot of slashing and hacking and contriving and scheming, we finally get to the end. The whole thing is resolved.

And then we get to the interesting part. It's Peter's dream. He's a boy. He's asleep in the dream and gets up, and sees his father and is very upset for some reason. What's interesting is a poster in the background for the 11th Challenger mission. In our universe, the Challenger blew up 73 seconds into the 10th mission. So Peter was originally from the other universe. This fits of course with the tombstone for Peter shown late last season. Walter kidnapped the other version of Peter from the other side and somehow unbalanced everything and caused the entire "Fringe" mess.

Is there another Walter on the other side trying to get his son back? Will the Walters meet? Stay tuned for this and other bizarre possibilities.


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