A man kidnaps a young boy named Max from his bedroom at night.
Olivia goes to Henry for help in getting into the Fringe facility on Liberty Island.
The Fringe Division begins investigating the scene of the kidnapping. Walternate tells Broyles that it would be ok if he let someone else take over the case, because it might be too personal for him. Broyles is determined to solve the case.
Christopher Broyles was one of the victims of the Candyman, and Olivia wants to re-interview him. Broyles is opposed because he wants to protect his son. His son might not live past his eighteen birthday because the Candyman drained his cerebral cortex.
The Candyman steals his victim's youth. All the young victims came back with massive cell degeneration and cell atrophy. But the Candyman feels side effects too, anemia and high blood sugar, ultimately excreting sugar in his sweat.
Olivia is called in to interview Christopher on the beach. Chris remembers the voice of his abductor, reciting some sort of prayer to him.
The prayer leads them to a church in Queens. The pastor tells the team that faith is what will help heal this wounded world. They also obtain a list of the congregation, believing one of the members might be the Candyman.
Olivia interviews a man who turns out to be the Candyman. She then finds Max and kills the perpetrator.
Later, Olivia figures out that the reverend was the one dosing his congregation to give them youth. She calls Broyles and they are able to stop the reverend from killing Christopher. Broyles feels a debt of gratitude towards Olivia.
Olivia also interviews Max in the hospital and he asks her what FBI means. Broyles overhears the conversation and figures out Olivia know who she is. He decides to go home, allowing Olivia to escape.
Henry takes Olivia to the Liberty Island. She accesses the lab and makes it home for only a minute before she is stopped by Walternate. But while Over Here she was able to convince a janitor to call Peter and tell him Olivia is trapped in another universe. Peter now knows the truth.