Fringe (2008–2013)
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And Those We Left Behind 

The Fringe Division begins to wonder if Peter or his presence is behind a series of time displacements between 2007 and 2011. Walter imposes a self-exile to his bedroom.

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The Fringe team must find the pattern between tragic time loop anomalies. As the investigation unfolds, Raymond, an electrical engineer, and his wife Kate, a professor of theoretical physics, enter the picture. Written by Fox Publicity

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11 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Stephen Root and Romy Rosemont, who play husband and wife Raymond and Kate in this episode, are also married in their off-screen lives. See more »

Goofs

Peter is allowed to move back into the house Walter had on campus, which has been unused for twenty years since Walter went to the mental institution. There are cobwebs on the furniture, but Peter pulls a bed sheet off a modern flat screen TV that they wouldn't have had twenty years ago. See more »

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Astrid Farnsworth: This goes into your neck.
Peter Bishop: 'Course it does.
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References Groundhog Day (1993) See more »

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Written by Randy Bachman
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Finally back to some Kick Ass It was Wandering a bit!
20 November 2011 | by (Cornwall) – See all my reviews

This is what was Missing with Peter gone, the Multi Dimensional Travel! This is an Outstanding Episode, Great story, Good Acting--Very Good all around: It is interesting to see how the relationship between Olivia and Peter is now being handled--almost like there never was one at all: Olivia with her remark You're a Stranger to me etc, Very well done--as she seems to look right thru him like he's not even there! Most Cool--it is disappointing to see Astrid get less of a role, but I am sure this won't be for long--The Premise here is very well done, the FX first rate and it is a Joy to see the Best show on TV return to it's Amazing Form! I would suggest this as the Best episode of admittedly a very young season, but Still Finally It Rocks once more! Very Cool Indeed!

Cheers TRX


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