An Observer makes contact with the Fringe Team to help rectify a mistake. Meanwhile, Walter befriends Roscoe Joyce, keyboardist for Walter's favorite 1970s band, "Violet Sedan Chair." ... See full summary »

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An Observer makes contact with the Fringe Team to help rectify a mistake. Meanwhile, Walter befriends Roscoe Joyce, keyboardist for Walter's favorite 1970s band, "Violet Sedan Chair." Walter will learn the real reason the band broke up, and realize that the lives of these two men, who have never met before, overlap in strange and unexpected ways. Written by Fox Publicity

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Walter wears a pair of glasses with one blue lens and one red lens. He explains that they were invented by a Dr. Jacoby, who Walter says is a friend of his from Washington State. This is a reference to Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, a character on the TV series Twin Peaks. See more »

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McFly!!!!
29 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cute Fringe homage to Back to the Future, esp. the reference year of 1985, when BTTF was in theaters alongside Christopher Lloyd's appearance.

Has me contemplating the general idea of time travel in fiction. Time travel backwards at its heart embodies the desire to change outcomes that have already come to past. Time travel forward has the core desire to adventure to a place unreachable. In reality we can do both, ironically, change outcomes and adventure beautifully at that place where past and future converge!

Overall, I'd have to say Fringe has been on a slide this season.


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