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Johari Window 

When the sheriff of a small town nearby Edina City gives a ride to a boy that is fleeing home, he finds at the police station that the boy has changed to a deformed child. Out of the blue, ... See full summary »

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... Olivia Dunham
... Peter Bishop
... Phillip Broyles
... Nina Sharp (credit only)
... Astrid Farnsworth
... Dr. Walter Bishop
... Sheriff Velchik
... Joe Falls
... Teddy Falls
... Rose Falls
... Agent Frug
... Trooper Jerry
... Trooper Bobby
J.J. Makaro ... Deputy Bill
David Orth ... Trooper Pekarski
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When the sheriff of a small town nearby Edina City gives a ride to a boy that is fleeing home, he finds at the police station that the boy has changed to a deformed child. Out of the blue, a group of deformed man slaughter the sheriff and two marshals and bring the boy with them. The Fringe Division is assigned to investigate the case and they head to Edina, here they are received by the local sheriff. They overhear a humming and the sheriff explains that it comes from a military base. Soon Olivia and Peter are attacked by a local in a truck but Peter succeeds to kill him. They bring the corpse to Dr. Bishop that catches a rare butterfly to Astrid that collects the insect. But when he deliver the pot with the butterfly to her, she has turned into a moth. Astrid and Dr. Bishop drive to Edina City and when the moth becomes a butterfly again, Dr. Bishop discovers the secret of Alina City. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The glyphs for this episode spell out: MUTATE See more »

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The corpses at the police station are still covered in bright blood, even some hours later. The blood should have darkened and coagulated by now. See more »

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Dr. Walter Bishop: A friend of mine once said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
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References Deliverance (1972) See more »

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Depend on Me
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Written by Graham Parker
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The Deformed People
12 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

When the sheriff of a small town nearby Edina City gives a ride to a boy that is fleeing home, he finds at the police station that the boy has changed to a deformed child. Out of the blue, a group of deformed man slaughter the sheriff and two marshals and bring the boy with them. The Fringe Division is assigned to investigate the case and they head to Edina, here they are received by the local sheriff. They overhear a humming and the sheriff explains that it comes from a military base. Soon Olivia and Peter are attacked by a local in a truck but Peter succeeds to kill him. They bring the corpse to Dr. Bishop that catches a rare butterfly to Astrid that collects the insect. But when he deliver the pot with the butterfly to her, she has turned into a moth. Astrid and Dr. Bishop drive to Edina City and when the moth becomes a butterfly again, Dr. Bishop discovers the secret of Alina City.

"Johari Window" is another great episode of "Fringe" in the style of "The X-Files". The mysterious story is entertaining and well-resolved by Dr. Bishop. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Johari Window"


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