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Walter tries to help by traveling to the alternate universe when a Fringe event threatens both worlds.

The event is a plane crash over there, with victims over here.

Alt-Lincoln's funeral is held.

Fauxliivia and Lincoln work with Walter on the other side.

Jones and Alt-Broyles are working together, but not willingly.

Walter apologizes to Alt-Broyles for the damage he's caused to their universe.

Jones asks Alt-Broyles to affix a device to the machine.

Alt-Nina confirmed to Fauxlivia that Alt-Broyles was the mole.

Alt-Broyles turns himself in and is given a cell across from Alt-Nina.

Walter determines Jones wants to collapse both universes.


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The whole Peter in Olivia's head reminds me of the Baltar/Number Six iamyndc on Battlestar Galatica when she was in his head. Does Walternate have a God complex? Maybe. But I think it is more of a personal beef with our universe as his son was stolen from him. He is yet to realise why Walter did it. As for our regular Walter "You cannot play God then wash your hands of the things that you've created. Sooner or later, the day comes when you can't hide from the things that you've done anymore" Commander Adama These words are coming back to haunt him. His inital forays into the alternate universe inadvertedly have triggered present events.


How does this episode have a star rating before it's even aired?


Rachel, it seems you are not there yet. Don't want to spoil you much, but we call her Fauxlivia. She is agent Dunham, but not the one that you are currently watching right now. As per title, it's season 4.


Is that agent dunham or is it like some long lost twin??? I am a big fringe fan, I only recently started watching it and I just wanted to ask what season this was?

Fringe Season 4 Episode 18 Quotes

I understand, but this level of surveillance involves a lot of red tape. I'll cut through it.


Walter: Feel it Peter.
Peter: Oh really, can I?
Walter: He's dead, Peter, you can't hurt him.
Peter: Not really what I was concerned about.