When a scientist is killed by a blue dust that grinds his bones up, the Fringe Division investigates the case and suspects a biological attack. The investigation leads them to a former ... See full summary »

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Dennis Smith

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J.J. Abrams (created by), Alex Kurtzman (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Torv ... Olivia Dunham
Joshua Jackson ... Peter Bishop
Lance Reddick ... Phillip Broyles
Blair Brown ... Nina Sharp
Jasika Nicole ... Astrid Farnsworth
John Noble ... Dr. Walter Bishop
Omid Abtahi ... Simon Phillips
Kevin Corrigan ... Sam Weiss
JR Bourne ... CIA Agent Edwards
Jody Thompson ... Sara Downey
Adam Beauchesne ... Waiter
Alexandra Castillo ... Dr. Alexandra Castro
Carlos Diaz ... Randall
Natalie Gibson ... Grace
Paul Jarrett ... Warren Blake
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When a scientist is killed by a blue dust that grinds his bones up, the Fringe Division investigates the case and suspects a biological attack. The investigation leads them to a former marine that flees but is hit by a car. In coma, Walter recalls his Cortexiphan patient Simon Phillips that is capable to read mind. Olivia, Peter and Walter try to convince Simon, who leaves in a desert area, to help them to locate the terrorists, but he is sensitive to other people since he cannot control his ability. Simon agrees to help and also disclose Peter's real feelings for her. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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During the episode's opening scene, Nina is examining William Bell's old office. Among the books in office is a book by early childhood expert Dr. Benjamin Spock. Possibly a clever nod to Leonard Nimoy's iconic Star Trek character portrayal: "Spock". See more »

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When Walter mentions "Wooster," he is actually referring to the Ohio city, not the Massachusetts town of Worcester, which is pronounced similarly. In previous episodes, it had been established that a second set of Cortexiphan trials had been conducted in Wooster, Ohio. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Walter Bishop: Why would anyone kill a scientist? What did we ever do?
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References Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) See more »

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Fringe Main Title Theme
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Written and Performed by J.J. Abrams
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The Mind Reader
14 March 2017 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

When a scientist is killed by a blue dust that grinds his bones up, the Fringe Division investigates the case and suspects a biological attack. The investigation leads them to a former marine that flees but is hit by a car. In coma, Walter recalls his Cortexiphan patient Simon Phillips that is capable to read mind. Olivia, Peter and Walter try to convince Simon, who leaves in a desert area, to help them to locate the terrorists, but he is sensitive to other people since he cannot control his ability. Simon agrees to help and also disclose Peter's real feelings for her.

"Concentrate and Ask Again" is another engaging episode of "Fringe". The lead story of Simon Phillips and his telepathic ability is great, but the subplot about Olivia and Peter feelings is also promising especially after the discovery of Nina. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Concentrate and Ask Again"


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