When a perfectly healthy woman is found dead from a disease she never had, the Fringe team investigates the origin of this inexplicably fatal condition before it claims more innocent victims. Meanwhile, Olivia struggles to keep Walter's secret from Peter, and her loyalty to Peter is tested as time goes on. Written by
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The episode's title references the mystery board game "Clue" in which players must determine who had killed Dr. Black, in what room and with what weapon. Clue is the game that Sam brings to Olivia's apartment to play with her in the middle of the night. This reference was also foreshadowed during the previous episode: when two of of the observers go to see the movie Back to the Future
(1985), there is also a poster for the movie Clue
(1985) hanging at the theater. See more
Olivia and Sam play the game of Clue. A standard game of Clue requires a minimum of three players. See more
Timothy Ober. Is his middle name Michael?
Um... Yeah. Timothy Michael Ober. Why? You know him?
I don't know.
References Inglourious Basterds
Written by Thelonious Monk
Performed by John Coltrane
and Thelonious Monk See more