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When the Fringe Team visits Massive Dynamic's assembly of doomsday device, Walter becomes greatly concerned for Peter's well-being, so he turns to Nina for added brain power to understand the relationship between Peter and the super-weapon. Meanwhile, the discovery of a dead body triggers an intense investigation. Written by Fox Publicity

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In the opening sequence, the main characters discuss the encrypted computer hard drive that has been accessed since last episode. Walter Bishop explains that his son, Peter, guessed the password: "It was a song lyric. Fauxlivia ruined U2 for all of us." Though it is never revealed in the episode, the U2 song in question must be "One," which has the lines "We're one, but we're not the same." See more »

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When the FBI raid Dr. James Falcon's home, every agent extra has serifs on the I's of FBI on their jacket backs, sleeves, and left breasts, but Olivia Dunham and Phillip Broyles are sans-serif. See more »

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Jackson steals the show
24 November 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Reviewers Notes:

1. Swarc directs. Wow. Has been in the groove since the 1960s. Check out his IMDb resume. Reads like a WHOS WHO.

2. Jackson shines. Takes a character everyone thought they knew and adds layers. Carries the episode on his back.

3. Fun watching the series get better and better. TV fans think of Alias as a "test" series for JJ but he really honed his craft here. The casting is MUCH better. The stories are MUCH better. The writing is MUCH better. The arcs are so strong that you don't have to constantly re-invent the show, on the fly, just to make it connect.

4. Show is also odd for the career arcs of the stars. Torv had a monster fan base ... and then disappeared. Jackson, ditto. Too bad.


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