While the doomsday machine creates many lightning storms, Olivia seeks out Nina and she discloses that Sam Weiss might have the answer. Olivia chases Sam while Walter and Astrid research the storms. Meanwhile Peter awakes with amnesia, but he takes a taxi and asks the cab driver to go to New York; then he buys a coin at a pawnshop. Walter asks Broyles to take the machine to the Statue of Liberty to be close to the machine of the parallel universe and reduce the damages in our universe. Sam goes with Olivia to the machine and he suggests to use a device to open the field that is protecting the machine and let Peter go. When Sam Weiss retrieve a box with the information about the crowbar, he learn that Olivia is the crowbar. However she does not know how to use her ability.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Walter, flying his kite, defies the storm saying, "Strike me down you sprites, you elves, you glorious blue jets ". The lightning we normally see is an electric discharge between a cloud and the ground. In 1989, for the first time, electrical discharges were recorded between the tops of storm clouds and the ionosphere. The most common upper atmosphere lightnings are 'red sptites', 'ELVES', and 'blue jets'. See more
When Walter and Astrid walk down the hospital corridor after visiting the cafeteria, Walter uses both hands to carry a heavy tray loaded with pudding, fruit cocktails and other things. They encounter Broyles in the hallway; although Walter never visibly puts the tray down, he starts gesticulating with one hand. His other hand remains out of the shot; so, in theory, it could still be holding the tray, but his arm does not appear to be straining to hold anything as heavy as a fully loaded cafeteria tray. See more
It's hot-wired. It's tricked into thinking he's already inside. That's why it's repelling anyone or any thing trying to enter.
So you're thinking that it's malfunctioning.
What I'm saying is... it's frustrated... in a manner of speaking.
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
Traditional spiritual slave song
Performed (whistled) by Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble
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