You're the closest thing I have to a mother, and I love you.


I'm not ready to die today and I don't think that you are either.


I don't know how you could have raised me for so many years and seen all the damage that was done to me and think there was nothing wrong with what you just said.


How is it the day after a complete stranger tells me I'm going to die, I end up investigating a case where the victim's death was predicted. I mean, maybe, that man from the opera house, he does know something.


Which reminds me, I can't feel my urine response yet. I should probably go empty my bladder again.


I head that Walter is finally going to help you. I had to see with my own eyes.


Peter: I just spent the last several days with the other Walter, and I was very surprised to learn that he is not the man that I thought he was. But I am not at all surprised to learn that you are.
Walter: Is that a good thing?
Peter: Yes, Walter. It is a very good thing.

You must know that your mother was a wonderful woman. Every version of her.


I forgive you Walter. I forgave you a long time ago. And if I can, God can.


Peter: Is this the map that we downloaded from Dr. Fayed's hard drive?
Alt Astrid: It is. Why?
Peter: We're in the wrong universe.

Alt Lincoln: We can monitor him with an internal tracker.
Walternate: That's a good idea.
Alt Lincoln: I'm glad you like it. I put one in his tea.

David Robert Jones: Do you have my tea?
Peter: Hardly.

Fringe Season 4 Quotes

William Bell: In this game of skill one must have above all else, Patience. The board changes, but very slowly. The art of chess, the art is knowing when a piece is most valuable and then, in that very moment, being willing to sacrifice it. For in the vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious, opportunity abounds, influences maximize, and desire becomes destiny. For example, on this board, the most valuable piece is the bishop. Therefore, for the game to be won...
David Robert Jones: The bishop must be sacrificed. I'll attend to it.

You know they did a study on sarcastic people, and they get more illnesses than other people. Something to do with negative energy.

Robert Danzig