When passengers aboard a commuter train appear to have died a still death, it seems that a switch was flipped because all cell phones, mp3 players, laptops, batteries and bodies have been drained of power. As the Fringe team assembles at the bizarre crime scene, Peter remains suspicious that something is amiss with Walter, who is struggling to keep the unimaginable a secret. When the investigation leads them to Alistair Peck, a very powerful man who has tremendous energy with severe consequences, an ironic set of circumstances surface Written by
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This episode includes an appearance of the running joke in which Walter can't quite recall Astrid's name correctly. Here he calls her "Astro". See more
Twice in the same conversation, Walter recites the title of Peck's work "Achieving The Arlette Principle," but the second time, the subtitles misspell it as "Principal". See more
Dr. Walter Bishop
[to Alistair Peck
I, too, attempted the unimaginable, and I succeeded. I crossed into another universe, and took a son that wasn't mine. And since then, not a day has passed without me feeling the burden of that act. I'm going to tell you something that I have never told another soul. Until I took my son from the other side, I had never believed in God. But it occurred to me... that my actions had betrayed him and that everything that had happened to me since was God punishing me. So now I'm ...
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Written by J.J. Abrams See more