The latest broadcast on a numbers station transmits amnesia to its listeners. Walter clashes with Peter over Peter's work on the machine from alternate Earth.

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Back "over here," the Fringe Division investigates a bizarre phenomenon when fifteen people up and down the Eastern Seaboard all suffer retrograde amnesia from listening to their shortwave radios on the same frequency. Much to Walter's dismay, Peter presses on with piecing together the mass destruction device. Just as alternate Olivia and Peter's chemistry deepens, the anticipation of Olivia's return escalates. Written by Fox Publicity

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Trivia

For much of the earth's surface (it gets complicated as you near the poles) minutes of long. or lat. are about one mile apart. Even noting degrees, minutes and seconds of long. or lat. barely gets to within 100 feet. See more »

Goofs

When Astrid holds up the LP record, its cover clearly says "The Art of the Fugue" by Johann Sebastian Bach; however, when the record is played, what we hear is the "Air" from the Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068, also known as "Air on the G String". See more »

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Dr. Walter Bishop: May I borrow that?
Astrid Farnsworth: Mm-hm.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I feel a bowel movement coming on.
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References Lost (2004) See more »

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Unoriginal story, déjà vu elements, freaky guest, questionable Fauxlivia, interesting father and son relationship, exciting cliffhanger
15 January 2011 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Fringe's format works as long as the episodic story is good. That's why I was slightly disappointed by this installment. Indeed after three rocking scripts 6955 kHz's one felt conventional and nearly boring. Radio frequencies and number sequences are elements that have been used over and over. An idea is not dated as long as its execution is exciting but this time it wasn't the case. In the end we don't even know if the injured individuals recovered. Still they made the right move when hiring the actor who portrayed the freak of the week. As a newcomer I didn't even know who he was so the investigation outcome surprised me. However Fauxlivia's behavior is starting to annoy me because with all the mistakes she has made so far I'm amazed that the others haven't figured her out. It should be the case considering her situation mirrors Olivia's one in the parallel universe. I also question Anna Torv's acting because her facial expressions are not subtle enough. She should better fake emotions, it would definitely make her character more believable. But her spy skills are good enough and I wonder how they'll be able to uncover her true identity. As usual Walter Bishop's dialogs were very interesting and for once they also took good care of his complex relationship with Peter. Last but not least the cliffhanger was a direct connection to the next episode so I can't see anyone who could resist The Abducted. However I really hope that they'll swing things a little bit because some ingredients have already been used far too many times.


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