In the parallel universe, a kidnapper called The Candy Man abducts the boy Max. The Fringe Division is assigned to investigate the case and soon Olivia learns that Broyles' son Christopher was also abducted two years ago and returned blind and with physical deficiencies to his family. She asks Broyles to interview Christopher to see any missing information but Broyles does not accept; however his wife agrees that Olivia meets Christopher. Olivia recalls an old case and guess whether The Candy Man would be draining the pituitary gland from the children to use the hormones to stay young. Based on the received information, Olivia and Broyles meet Reverend Marcus, who was a former physician and now is responsible for a church where they believe the abductor is a member. Meanwhile Olivia meets Henry and asks him to help her to go to the Liberty Island to use the deprivation tank to return to her universe. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
"Fauxlivia" identifies Ronald Reagan as the male star of Casablanca
(1942), implying that Reagan, and not Humphrey Bogart, was the star of that movie in the alternate universe. In real life, Warner Brothers did plant a press release in the January 5, 1942, "Hollywood Reporter" announcing that Reagan, Ann Sheridan, and Dennis Morgan were all slated to appear in Casablanca, but internal Warner Brothers memos indicate that none of those three were ever in serious consideration for the movie, and producer Hal B. Wallis considered the role of Rick Blaine to be Bogart's from the time the source play was acquired for film adaptation. See more
When Peter's phone rings near the end, it makes the appropriate noise of a phone set to vibrate, resonating with the wooden surface it's laying on. However when Peter picks it up, the phone continues to make the same wooden vibrating sound, even though it now rests in his hand. See more
End Title Theme (Composed by Michael Giacchino)
Written by Michael Giacchino See more