Peter successfully enters the machine with Olivia's help, and is transported to the future days where Walternate's universe is the one which has been destroyed. Walter learns about the origins of the machine and its ultimate purpose and sends back Peter to change his choice but gets lost in time warp.
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Walter in the future has a noticeable facial droop on his right side. The condition is known as Bell's Palsy which could be a link to William Bell. See more
Moreau's gunman uses a "silencer" in his gun to reduce the sound of the gunshot to a mere "Phwt!". This is impossible. First, the correct term is "suppressor". This is because a suppressor does not silence any weapon - it eliminates muzzle flash and reduces the sonic pressure of a shot. A gunshot is at least 160 decibels, and suppressed gunshots are typically around 130 decibels, the equivalent of the sound of a jet plane from a distance of 50 feet, hardly a "Phwt!". See more
Dr. Walter Bishop
Our destiny was set the day we triggered the Machine. I didn't understand until it was too late that our two worlds were inextricably linked. Without one, the other simply cannot exist. When their world was destroyed, that was the day that sealed our fate. For all intents and purposes, that was the day we died.
The opening titles are gray, and feature new fringe science topics: futuristic concepts such as "brain porting" and "clonal transplantation", but also "hope" and "water". See more
Referenced in The Flash: Rupture
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