A mysterious Fringe event, causing people to spontaneously combust, forces Walter to revisit his painful past while the Fringe team faces off against David Robert Jones to save the world - or worlds.
4 May 2012 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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"He's alive! I'm telling you he's alive!" says Walter Bishop, 20mn into the episode, referring to William Bell. "It's alive! I'm telling you it's alive!" is a quote from James Whale's 1931 "Frankenstein", the words spoken as fitting by the mad scientist himself - Viktor von Frankenstein being an inspiration for Bishop's character. The words were quoted again in Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein" (1974) and were the title for Larry Cohen's "It's Alive" (1974 again). See more
When Olivia takes Jessica's phone back, the camera shows that the background of the iPhone's lock screen is Jessica's daughter. Before the camera zooms into the phone, there is the home page of the phone, not the lock screen. Also, the lock screen would normally have a panning highlight animation over the ''slide to unlock'' text. On this scene however, the highlight is frozen over the word unlock. Which reveals that the screen is actually a snapshot of a lock screen. Perhaps in order to delete the carrier name from the screen, which is also missing. See more
Fringe Main Title Theme
Written by J.J. Abrams See more