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Peter Bishop (credit only)
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As the story shifts back to life "over there," the absence of Colonel Broyles shifts the dynamic of the Fringe Team as they investigate a bioterrorist armed with an insect that has a taste for human flesh. Meanwhile, alternate Olivia is reunited with her beau, and Walternate remains determined to save his world but discovers there are certain lines he will not cross. Written by Fox Publicity

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While talking to his fellow diner, Dr. Silva states that he is quoting Samuel Clemens. Samuel Clemens is the real name of Mark Twain, suggesting that in the alternate universe, Twain was still a famous writer, but never took a pen name -- another way in which the alternate universe is very similar, but slightly changed. See more »

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When Dr Armand Silva is at the Airship "port" bar with the first victim, he swaps drinks, his glass has a red straw/stirrer in it, for the victim's drink, whose glass has no straw which would be very hard to miss. See more »

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References Get Smart (1965) See more »

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"You;re not infected, you're pregnant"
11 December 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

... is possibly one of the greatest lines of dialog of all time.

Offered up in this episode of one of the greatest series of all time.

Easily (this penned in 2015) the best work JJ has done so far.

Manages to keep viewers interested in two dimensions at once.

Never saw that before.

The alternate Olive is actually more empathetic than the main character. That is daring. Kudos to the writers. And to Anna Torv for pulling it off.

In fact even Walternate actually seems a more capable person than the regular cast member. Astonishing.

Wondersful episode.


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