A series of Fringe events leads the team to the home of a woman grieving over the death of her husband, while Peter and Olivia make an effort to repair the emotional rift between them.
Did You Know?
The apartment building where the initial fringe event occurs is called the Rosencrantz Building. Walter shows that the building is a site of anomalous disruption of the laws of physics because he flips a coin and it lands on heads ten times in a row, a statistical improbability. These are references to Tom Stoppard's 1966 play "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," which opens with its two main characters (who are also two minor characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet) betting on coin flips. Against the laws of probability, Rosencrantz bets heads--and wins--ninety-two times. See more
(at around 20 mins) When Walter breaks the glass panel to demonstrate the universe breaking through, the camera angle moves from back to front of the glass panel but the fractures do not match up. From the one camera angle the radial fractures form a five point star with the top point almost directly north and a concentric fracture around the middle, and from the other angle the fractures form a six point star with the top two points running towards the corners of the frame the glass panel sits in and no concentric fracture visible. See more
End Title Theme (Composed by Michael Giacchino)
Written by Michael Giacchino See more