At the Elias Cyrogenics company in Medford, Massachusetts, two deliverymen are preparing a shipment of bodies. As the truck begins to pull out, a man pulls up and asks for directions. The security guards tell him he's trespassing and he draw as a gun and shoots at them. As the deliverymen duck for cover, one of them draws a gun and shoots his partner. He goes to help his partner, the first hijacker, but a security guard shoots him repeatedly. The hijacker escapes with the truck while the deliveryman finally goes down, bleeding silver blood and revealing he's a shapeshifter...Read the full recap
Peter: Walter, I thought that we agreed this was a stupid idea.
Walter: Oh, no, you decided. I still maintain that the principle is perfectly sound.
Peter: He wants you to eat worms.
Walter: Not just worms, flatworms!
Walter: Agent Francis, hello.
Walter: You all right? You look pale.
Charlie: Yeah, I didn't get much sleep last night.
Walter: Oh. I may be able to help you with that. A little cannabis before bedtime does wonders, huh?
Walter: Let's see how this thing operates.
Astrid: What are you saying, that this is not a person?
Walter: My dear, I'm not certain that you're not simply a figment of my imagination.
Nina: So, can you fix it?
Brandon: You understand you're asking me if I can repair a piece of technology that is entirely unlike anything that has ever existed here on Earth?
Brandon: Now that I have one that works, I can do it in three hours... tops.
Walter: Do you think she'll remember me?
Peter: I think she might. I'm gonna guess there's not too many men in her life who have strapped her to a table and pumped her full of a massive amount of psychedelics.
William Bell: A storm is coming, perhaps the last and worst storm of all. And when it is over, I fear there will be little left of our world. The shape-shifters on your side are looking for someone, someone to open the door between universes. And if they find him, there will be no stopping them.
William Bell: As I once said to Walter, physics is a bitch.
Rebecca Kibner: Oh, Walter, what you did... you made me special.
Walter: The truth is... I believe you were always special.