Fringe (2008–2013)
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One Night in October 

The "Over Here" team helps the "Over There" team look into a string of murders in which the victims are frozen from the inside out.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Bishop (voice)
Phillip Broyles / Alternate Phillip Broyles
Nina Sharp (credit only)
Dr. Walter Bishop
Noreen Miller
Agent Perez
Alt. Female Agent
Megan Miller (as Jordyn Olson)
Julia Schnekenburger ...
Dariusz Slowik ...
ND Fringe Agent #1 (Guard)
Toby Verchere ...
Young John


Olivia is summoned by Broyles that informs that The Fringe Division in the parallel universe has requested their support to hunt the serial-killer John McClennan (John Pyper-Ferguson). Olivia invites the John McClennan in our universe, who is a professor specialist in serial-killers, to go with her to the parallel universe omitting their destination. When john investigate his house in the parallel universe, he does not understand the coincidences and soon he learns that he in a parallel universe. He discloses that he might have been also a serial-killer if he had never met a woman called Marjorie, who took him from the dark side with her love. When he goes to the bathroom, he flees from the Fringe Division looking for his double to teach him love. What will happen to John McClennan? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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30 September 2011 (USA)  »

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An observer can be seen at end of the hospital corridor in which Olivia and Broyles are walking at the end of the episode. See more »


Olivia Dunham: You know what? He's not even my type.
Astrid Farnsworth: Do you ever think that maybe your type just doesn't exist?
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Requiem in D Minor
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Now Tell me your Most Happy Memory.
2 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

...Step into the Light

If "The Proof of the Butterscotch Pudding is in the Eating" then the proof of any Fringe episode/Case is in the viewing of it. In this second Peter-less Case, although I am still wondering where the Observers have spirited Peter off to - If in fact it was they who Did It... I am certainly as interested in this New Case - Mostly because of the unique investigation element added - And also in the characteristics of the of Fringe event that is being looked into.

The point is, my interest is officially Piqued, I now want to now how this all plays out. We know that Peter is still poking his head into existence (and in new ways) - But as important as that is, we have a new conundrum to figure out.

Our Fringe team continues to look into odd events, apparently not bothered by what we know of a missing key team member... All except Walter maybe, who is bothered - If he could only know what he is being bothered about. Can he figure it out? At this point I don't know and that is what makes it interesting.

The idea of not knowing what's around any corners, combined with the fact all of us must eventually look, is what makes this intriguing, if you add in foreknowledge of how certain events played out with the addition of another character. And this episode shows us more of the differences between the "Red" and "Blue" Fringe Multiverses and timelines of each-Searching deeper into Olivia's (And maybe Fauxlivia's) past.

My most happy memory is when I learned earlier this year that there would be 22 more Fringe "cases" this season.

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