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.

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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.

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The circle on the handprint at the end of this episode was actually a heart. See more »

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(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 »

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References Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990) See more »

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a love story for the ages
27 December 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

It is typical of this series that the writers can whip a love story out of thin air which might be one of the greatest ever.

Seriously, when I am asked (as Top Reviewer) to recommend a love story, I usually send people to HERE COMES MR JORDAN and more recently EYE ORIGINS. This episode will stick in my mind for some time to come.

As for the reviewer who felt this series had become a soap opera, the answer is that everything is a soap opera because without people there is no story that stands on its own. Even X-Files got mileage from its "anti-romance" where Mulder and Scully self-consciously avoided each other.

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