When two teenagers on a date turn up "dead" at an abandoned warehouse with the three puncture wounds to the soft palate - a trademark of the shape-shifters - the Fringe team investigates the evidence as well as the motives of mastermind Newton. Upon discovering a shape-shifting embryo, Walter returns to the lab to conduct further analysis, and Olivia and Peter head to Massive Dynamic for answers. Meanwhile, Peter reveals a family secret to Olivia as Walter struggles to recall what Newton knows about "building a door." Written by
Did You Know?
In keeping with the Romeo and Juliet theme going through the episode, the model car used by Walter to demonstrate his theory about how the transfer between the universes would be accomplished was an Alfa Romeo Giulietta. This model was named specifically after Juliet from Shakespeare's play. See more
Astrid mentions that Walter is out counting cars to help trigger his memory but says don't worry, he promised not to go on the freeway. New Englanders use the term highway and would never say freeway (a term used in California) for high-capacity roads. See more
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