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"Fringe" Dream Logic (2009)

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Original Air Date:
15 October 2009 (Season 2, Episode 5)
The Fringe team travels cross-country to Seattle after learning of a mysterious incident involving a... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Peter and Walter, very clearly laid out See more (2 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Anna Torv ... Olivia Dunham

Joshua Jackson ... Peter Bishop

Lance Reddick ... Phillip Broyles

Kirk Acevedo ... Charlie Francis (credit only)

Blair Brown ... Nina Sharp

Jasika Nicole ... Astrid Farnsworth

John Noble ... Dr. Walter Bishop

Kevin Corrigan ... Sam Weiss

Ravi Kapoor ... Dr. Nayak

Travis Schuldt ... Agent Kashner

Emy Aneke ... Captain
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Mr. Lamia

Lane Edwards ... Lawyer
Kurt Evans ... Co-Pilot
Steven Garr ... Rob Rosiello
Nico Ghisi ... Young Peter

Emily Holmes ... Jill Leiter

Jovanna Huguet ... Diana Lamia
Mia Ingimundson ... Secretary (as Mia K. Ingimundson)

Jarrett Knowles ... Zach Miller

Derek Morrison ... Mover

Drew Nelson ... Carl Langdon

Kevan Ohtsji ... Medical Examiner

Jim Thorburn ... Greg Leiter

Alex Zahara ... Detective Green
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jeny Cassady ... Office Demon (uncredited)

Hakan Coskuner ... Sous Chef (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Paul A. Edwards  (as Paul Edwards)
Writing credits
J.J. Abrams (created by) &
Alex Kurtzman (created by) &
Roberto Orci (created by)

Josh Singer (written by)

Produced by
J.J. Abrams .... executive producer
Bryan Burk .... executive producer
Joe Chappelle .... co-executive producer
Akiva Goldsman .... consulting producer
Tamara Isaac .... co-producer
Alex Kurtzman .... consulting producer
Kathy Lingg .... producer
Ashley Miller .... producer (as Ashley Edward Miller)
Roberto Orci .... consulting producer
Jeff Pinkner .... executive producer
Reid Shane .... supervising producer
Josh Singer .... supervising producer
Zack Stentz .... producer
Tanya M. Swerling .... co-producer (as Tanya Swerling)
Jeff Vlaming .... supervising producer
David Wilcox .... co-executive producer
Robert M. Williams Jr. .... producer
J.H. Wyman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Giacchino 
Chris Tilton 
Cinematography by
Tom Yatsko (director of photography) (as Thomas Yatsko)
Film Editing by
Henk Van Eeghen 
Casting by
April Webster 
Production Design by
Ian D. Thomas  (as Ian Thomas)
Art Direction by
Peter Andringa (uncredited)
Set Decoration by
Louise Roper 
Costume Design by
Jenni Gullett 
Makeup Department
Ian C. Ballard .... department head hair (as Ian Ballard)
Dana Hamel .... department head make-up
Todd Masters .... special effects makeup designer
Katalin Lippay .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Andrew Balek .... post-production supervisor
John Klump .... post-production supervisor
Vladimir Stefoff .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David R. Baron .... second assistant director (as David Baron)
Greg Zenon .... first assistant director
Art Department
Robert K. Smith .... property master (as Rob Smith)
Michael Dundas .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Cathie Hahnel .... graphic artist (uncredited)
Scott R. Lee .... lead carpenter (uncredited)
Paula R. Montgomery .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Jerry Staar .... assistant props (uncredited)
John Wilcox .... paint coordinator (uncredited)
Matthew Wilson .... props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Eric Batut .... sound mixer
Paul Curtis .... supervising sound editor
Mark Hensley .... re-recording mixer
Rick Norman .... re-recording mixer
Steffan Falesitch .... sound editor (uncredited)
Deron Street .... first assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Bruce Tanis .... sound effects designer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Douglas W. Beard .... special effects designer (uncredited)
Bob Comer .... special effects coordinator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Robert Habros .... visual effects supervisor: Vancouver
Jay Worth .... visual effects supervisor: Los Angeles
Ben Campanaro .... compositor: Eden FX (uncredited)
Eric Hance .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
O.T. Hight .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Davy Nethercutt .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Chris Wright .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Fringe .... stunt coordinator and stunt double, Ana Torv
Mike Mitchell .... stunt coordinator (as Michael Mitchell)
Camera and Electrical Department
David J. Dawson .... key grip (as David Dawson)
Lou Gruzelier .... steadicam operator
Christopher Tammaro .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Chris Tammaro)
David S. Warner .... gaffer (as David Warner)
Liane Hentscher .... still photographer (uncredited)
Mark Lunn .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Max Torroba .... computer/video playback coordinator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Michelle Allen .... casting: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kurtis Reeves .... prep costumer/buyer (uncredited)
Heather Seshadri .... costume dyer/breakdown (uncredited)
Audrey Wong .... costume set supervisor (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Elizabeth Barnette-Marconi .... assistant editor (as Elizabeth Barnette)
Ross Cavanaugh .... post-production assistant
Kyle Cunningham .... executive sales assistant: Technicolor Creative Services Vancouver (uncredited)
Tyson Hilgenberg .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Jaan Spirka .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Music Department
J.J. Abrams .... composer: main title theme
Paul Apelgren .... music editor
Billy Gottlieb .... music supervisor
Frank Macchia .... music preparation
Charles Scott IV .... music supervisor (as Charles L. Scott IV)
Bryan Pezzone .... musician: piano (uncredited)
Other crew
Cole Boughton .... key production assistant
Patti Henderson .... script supervisor
Krista Huppert .... payroll assistant
Malissa Katrynuk .... location scout
Andrew Kramer .... main title design
Scott Walden .... location manager
Lilla Zuckerman .... production staff
Nora Zuckerman .... production staff
Michael Bendner .... background coordinator (uncredited)
Michael Bishop .... production assistant (uncredited)
Suzanne E. Smith .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Mindy Stevenson .... accounting auditor (uncredited)
Shayne A. Wilson .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

UK:42 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

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 »
Continuity: The photo of the pilot loses his shoulder insignia between different shots.See more »
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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15 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Peter and Walter, very clearly laid out, 16 October 2009
Author: mike-ryan455 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

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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