When a scientist falls dead after ingesting a lethal cloud of blue powder and his bones disintegrate in his body, the CDC suspects a biological attack. As the Fringe Team investigates further, a subject from Walter's past with ties to Olivia reluctantly agrees to assist with the intense case. Written by
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As Nina goes through William Bell's personal items, one of the books the camera passes is Dr. Benjamin Spock's "Baby and Child Care". Leonard Nimoy
, the actor who had played William Bell, is best known as Mr. Spock on Star Trek
(1966). See more
When Nina opens the safe, she removes a toy car. She then replaces the toy, which lands upside-down, and removes some photographs. When she reaches into the safe to replace the photographs and remove a book, the toy is right-side up again. See more
Dr. Walter Bishop
Why would anyone kill a scientist? What did we ever do?
References Star Trek
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