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The Consultant 

When both of the two identities of people from the separate worlds experience the same catastrophes from incidents in just one world, the two Fringe teams collaborate. Walter crosses over ... See full summary »

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Peter Bishop
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Alternate Nina Sharp
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Astrid Farnsworth / Alternate Astrid Farnsworth
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Christopher Broyles
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Brian Bauer
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When both of the two identities of people from the separate worlds experience the same catastrophes from incidents in just one world, the two Fringe teams collaborate. Walter crosses over to find that Jones is behind the phenomena, but to what ends? Also, the investigation into the Fringe-mole continues. Written by kamas716

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13 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Trivia

At about 28 minutes in when David Robert Jones walks up the steps to meet Colonel Broyles, there is an observer just behind David who passes him. See more »

Goofs

On the dock, Sergeant Wheeler says, "Oh...Agent Dunham? Sorry to hear about Agent Lee. He was a good man." However, Agent Lee is standing right beside her. He meant, "Captain Lee." Nobody corrected him, nor appeared to notice his mistake. See more »

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Fringe Main Title Theme
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Written by J.J. Abrams
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Family First
31 March 2017 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

During a meeting, three people are thrown to the ceiling and then to the floor and die with marks of seat belts. Soon the Fringe Division learns that their doppelgangers have died in a plane crash at the same time. Walter, Peter and Olivia go to the parallel universe to investigate the case and meet the alternate Olivia and Lincoln. When another case happens with a woman drowned in a taxi, Walter concludes that David Robert Jones is trying to synchronize both universes. Meanwhile Olivia, Lincoln and Astrid suspect that there is a mole in Fringe Division and Walter comments with alternate Olivia that Broyles might be the mole since there is no evidence pointing him, based on a Sherlock Holmes novel. She plots a scheme to trick Nina and find the mole. Will it work?

"The Consultant" is an episode that shows why Broyles helped David Robert Jones expecting to help his son the same way Walter did to save Peter. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "The Consultant"


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