Fringe (2008–2013)
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And Those We Left Behind 

The Fringe Division begins to wonder if Peter or his presence is behind a series of time displacements between 2007 and 2011. Walter imposes a self-exile to his bedroom.


Brad Anderson


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 (credit only)
Jasika Nicole ... Astrid Farnsworth
Seth Gabel ... Lincoln Lee
John Noble ... Dr. Walter Bishop
Stephen Root ... Raymond
Romy Rosemont ... Kate
Victoria Bidewell ... Anne
Sophie Crowell Sophie Crowell ... Baby Samantha
Leanne Lapp ... Passenger Girl
Chloe Mattei Chloe Mattei ... Samantha
Myles McCarthy Myles McCarthy ... Teen Boy
Chad Riley Chad Riley ... ND Agent


When a series of time disturbance happens bringing events from 2007 to 2011, the Fringe Division is assigned to investigate. Broyles orders Olivia and Lincoln to bring Peter with them to help the investigations. Soon Peter suggests a means to locate the source of the disturbance and Walter helps him to find the spot. Soon they discover that the electrical engineer Raymond Green and his wife, the professor of theoretical physics are the responsible for the events and there is a time bubble surrounding their house and keeping the place in 2007. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Release Date:

11 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


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


Peter is allowed to move back into the house Walter had on campus, which has been unused for twenty years since Walter went to the mental institution. There are cobwebs on the furniture, but Peter pulls a bed sheet off a modern flat screen TV that they wouldn't have had twenty years ago. See more »


Astrid Farnsworth: This goes into your neck.
Peter Bishop: 'Course it does.
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References Groundhog Day (1993) See more »


Ain't Wastin' No More Time
Written by Gregg Allman
Performed by The Allman Brothers Band
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Wonderfully creative!
12 November 2011 | by VladimirSkywalkerSee all my reviews

Wow! If there was an opportunity, I would give this episode 12/10! This is precisely why I love Science Fiction as a genre - it is so creative, and still it is possible that we could mess up the world we live in so that the laws of nature as we knew cease to exist. What we lost with the absence of Peter character in the beginning of the season, now slowly returns: the warmth that Joshua Jackson's interpretation gave to Peter Bishop character, his emotional bonds with Olivia and Walter, and his intellectual brilliance are back to town. I can't stop applauding how easy and how effectively the time jumps are solved! The only thing I still dislike about the new season is what Walter Bishop is turned into - a stereotypical "mad scientist", who is paranoid in unpleasant way. His character's witty sparks, renaissance personality and - courage, combined with wonderful father figure, gave "Fringe" something genuinely unique in previous seasons, something that is missing now, I hope not for good. Astrid's character is also sadly marginalized in the new season so far, she also used to have her glorious moments.

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