Fringe (2008–2013)
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This follow-up to last season's "Peter" flashback episode revisits a poignant period of time for both the Bishops and Olivia.

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Cast

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Olivia Dunham (credit only)
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Peter Bishop (credit only)
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Phillip Broyles (credit only)
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Nina Sharp (credit only)
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Astrid Farnsworth (credit only)
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Ashley
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Jay Jay Jackson ...
Boy 1#
Peter Kawasaki ...
Lab Employee
Sophie Lui ...
Newscaster
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Soldier
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Storyline

This follow-up to last season's "Peter" flashback episode revisits a poignant period of time for both the Bishops and Olivia. Written by Fox Publicity

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25 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The glyphs for this episode spell out: SWITCH See more »

Goofs

The Real Ghostbusters wouldn't premiere until fall 1986, six months to a year after the time frame for this episode. There wouldn't be toys yet, and the ones shown came out several years into that series' run. See more »

Crazy Credits

This episode opens with the 1980's style credits. See more »

Connections

Features Joust (1982) See more »

Soundtracks

Fringe Main Title Theme
(uncredited)
Written by J.J. Abrams
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Yikes
13 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

No helpful info intended but rather just an opinion. Two bland soapy episodes in a row of a great series. I hope it doesn't continue or I may end up with more time on my hand for my kaiju flicks. I do not have the same patience that I do with flicks. Still a great series and I ain't giving up yet. TORCHWOOD was great for a season and a half until it fell completely off the shakanui map.

When we first started watching this series in season one we feared the writers taking it in the same direction as all the other shows seem to take it keying on a love relationship between the leads. Unfortunately this seems to be meat of the main story line. I have the new episode on the dvr and am hoping for much better as this has been a fantastic series with few blemishes like these last two snoring episodes.


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