Walter tells Ella and Astrid a story. It's a detective story in which Olivia, who's a detective, is hired to investigate the disappearance of Peter Bishop. Helped by Astrid aka Esther, ... See full summary »

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Walter tells Ella and Astrid a story. It's a detective story in which Olivia, who's a detective, is hired to investigate the disappearance of Peter Bishop. Helped by Astrid aka Esther, Olivia fights both Nina Sharp and September aka Gemini to get to the truth. Olivia teams up with Peter to reach a happy ending. Written by Andreea Ward

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The picture on Olivia's desk that she stares at is of John Scott, her former FBI partner and lover. See more »

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Walter is shown making a label for a calcium hydroxide solution and placing it on a bottle containing liquid. Calcium hydroxide is not soluble in water, so he can't have a solution of calcium hydroxide. See more »

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Peter Bishop: [as Miles Davis' Freddie the Freeloader plays... ] Do you like jazz?
Olivia Dunham: Jazz?
Peter Bishop: Miles, Duke, Louie, John Coltrane. You can tell a lot about a person by the music they listen to. And whether or not they dance.
Olivia Dunham: Jazz- not so much, but dancing? Sure.
Peter Bishop: Well, I guess we're opposites. I hate to dance.
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References Top Secret! (1984) See more »

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Head Over Heals
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Written by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith
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Also lip-synched by Ari Graynor
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Its about timing
24 October 2015 | by (Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

The thing that many people don't realize is that episodes like this are asked for by the actors...they have been playing the same character for years and its a good break to step outside a little once in a while. On its own, its not a bad episode...its a filler, a non-canon episode. Its problem is that it came at the wrong time...coming right on the heels of the Peter revelation is not the time to go into an episode like this. It feels like a curse to the fans, and making them wait another week...I think that if this was put in order a few episodes earlier (while Walter is still worried about Peter), it would not be the lowest ranked episode.


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