Walter and Olivia travel to the parallel universe, and the anticipated face-off between Walter Bishop and William Bell occurs.

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Walter and Olivia travel to the parallel universe, and the anticipated face-off between Walter Bishop and William Bell occurs. Written by Fox Publicity

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When Peter regains consciousness in the room full of medical equipment, just as the "anesthesia" lights go out you hear three musical notes. They're from the chorus of a song by George M. Cohan, entitled "Over There". See more »

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Senator Walter "Walternate" Bishop: They may look like us, but don't be fooled, Olivia. They are monsters in our skin.
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This episode features an opening title sequence that has been changed from predominantly blue colouring to predominantly red to reflect the fact that the episode is set in the alternate universe. The phrase "Parallel Universes" has been replaced with "First People". See more »

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References Mission: Impossible (1996) See more »

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End Title Theme (Composed by Michael Giacchino)
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Excellent
13 May 2010 | by (Illinois) – See all my reviews

I tolerate a show like 'Lost' mainly because I liked the first couple of years. I'll admit I strayed a bit during season 2-3 because quite frankly I didn't give a d**n about anybody on the island. The show was just going around in boring, endless circles. No so with 'Fringe'. If anything, I'm MORE interested now than I was a year and a half ago when the show first came on the air. Do they try and copy a bit from 'X-Files'? Da*n right they do, and they're proud of it. They don't even try to hide it, they put Mulder and Scully on TV in the background of some of the shots. And it works perfectly. Is the continued storyline difficult to follow. Not really, because they answer most of the questions each episode and don't leave you hanging from year to year wondering if someone is God or the devil or if they're dead (I'm looking at you again 'Lost') or anything like that. They do leave some mystery from week to week but just enough to keep you wanting more, not so much that you get pi88ed off and don't come back though. I realize I haven't really said anything about this particular episode but if you haven't seen the show at all you can't possibly start watching now and if you do watch the show you're in for one more excellent episode written by Orci, Pinkner, Wyman et al. What a great show and an amazing episode! Now, what happened to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan??


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