Michael's realities now involve memories and events before the accident and plunge him into an investigation of fellow officers. He uncovers a cocaine operation. In the realm of his son, he may catch some of the bad guys and be vindicated, while in the realm of his wife, he's seriously wounded and on the lam. With his psychiatrists in a rhetorical duel, things tilt toward the surreal. Vega in a penguin suit gives Michael a vision of what went down. Then, Michael's two selves converse, and Dr. Evans stops in mid-sentence. Where is he? Written by
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The title of this episode is in reference to the antiquated belief (as well as a passage in Stephen Hawking's book "A Brief History of Time") that the world is flat and positioned on the back of a turtle. When a believer of this theory is asked what the turtle is standing on, the reply is to say that it's "turtles all the way down". See more