People who once had sleeping problems but were cured by having a biochip inserted in their brain suddenly start to die. Walter suspects the chips were accessed by someone who used mind control.

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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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Near the end of the episode, the pilot is flying towards a suspension bridge. There are no suspension bridges in Seattle. 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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The Dream's Thief
16 January 2017 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In an office, a man called Greg Leiter sees that his coworkers are demons and kills his chief with his briefcase. The Fringe Division goes to the hospital and Olivia and Peter interview Greg; out of the blue, he has an attack and dies with acute exhaustion and white hairs. While Dr. Bishop performs the autopsy of his body, Olivia and Peter visits Greg's wife and learns that he had sleep disorder but was under treatment. Meanwhile there is a similar incident and Dr. Bishop finds a chip connected to the thalamus in both corpses. The Fringe Division visits Dr. Nayak, who had implanted the chips, and suspects of his assistant Zach. But when Zach is found dead in his room and Dr. Nayak receives a note with an intimidation since he is collaborating with the FBI. But soon the Fringe Division believes that Dr. Nayak is addicted on the dreams of his patients.

"Dream Logic" is an entertaining episode of "Fringe" with the storyline apparently not connected to the parallel universe. Peter's dream in the end of the show is the most intriguing part since he recalls when he was abducted by Walter. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Dream Logic"


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