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Fringe: Over There, Part 1

When Walter discovers that Peter has traveled to the alternate universe, he and Olivia gather three cortexiphan children with the ability to transition safely between the two Earths.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x22
Production Number: 3X5121
Airdate: Thursday May 13th, 2010


Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Jan 09, 2011

  • Currently 9.3/10
9.3/10 (57 Votes cast)
Special Guest Stars
Leonard Nimoy
As William Bell
Recurring

Guest Stars
Orla Brady
As Elizabeth Bishop
Recurring
David Call
As Nick Lane
Recurring
Seth Gabel
As Lincoln Lee
Recurring
Ari Graynor
As Rachel Dunham
Recurring
Pascale Hutton
As Sally Clark
Recurring
Omar Metwally
As James Heath
Recurring
Ryan McDonald
As Brandon
Recurring
Lilly Pilyblad
As Ella Blake (as Lily Pilyblad)
Recurring
Philip Winchester
As Frank Stanton
Recurring
Kirk Acevedo
As Charles Francis
Recurring

Co-Guest Stars
Heather Doerksen
As Assistant
Recurring
Miguelito Macario
As Tech (as Mig Macario)
Recurring
Diana Pavlovska
As Nurse
Recurring
Colin Banner
As Bus Driver
Michael Denis
As Witness / Jogger
Erin Lacourciere
As Dying Woman
Pablo Silveira
As Pedestrian
Alison Wandzura
As Olivia Body Double
Main Cast
Anna Torv
As Olivia Dunham
Joshua Jackson
As Peter Bishop
Lance Reddick
As Phillip Broyles
Blair Brown
As Nina Sharp
Jasika Nicole
As Astrid Farnsworth
John Noble
As Dr. Walter Bishop

Recap

On the other Earth, Fringe Division mobilizes when they detect a dimensional breach. Colonel Broyles summons Charlie, Olivia, and Lincoln Lee to investigate. They go to the breach site, a music hall, and secure the area. While Olivia interrogates the local witnesses, Lincoln tests for gravity aberrations. When eh confirms that the gravity in the area is destabilizing, he reports to Broyles, who orders a quarantine. Astrid, Broyles' assistant, monitors the fluctuations and warns that although necessary, a quarantine could cause thousands of deaths. Lincoln prepares the quarantine device but at the last minute, Astrid informs them that it isn't necessary...

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Episode Notes
The glyph/code spells out WEAPON.



Episode Quotes
Charlie Francis: Oh, I was thinking, "Hey, maybe a slow day, it being Saturday and all." No rest for the wicked.
Alternate Olivia: Oh, you're not wicked, Charlie. You just pretend very, very well.

Alternate Olivia: So exactly how big would the worms get if you stopped dosing yourself?
Charlie Francis: They're not worms.
Everyone Else: They're arachnids!

Walter: So... horrible as is it so say, today is the day for which you were created. What I could never have imagined is that I would be asking you to help me save my son. I'm so sorry. Well, if none of you are gonna kill me... I think I'll go and have a bit of a cry.

Walter: Now, I want you to think back to when you were just young children. Back to when you were just young boys and girls. Think back to when your imagination could--could take you wherever you wanted to go. Imagine this universe slipping away, opening like a curtain. Allow the universe to pass right through you. Allow your imagination to take you to the other side.

Charles Francis: Going to the strip club later?
Lincoln Lee: Someone has to visit your sister.

Lincoln Lee: Yeah, you don't want to leak worms all over the guy. Makes a bad first impression.
Charlie Frances: They're not worms.



Episode References
The Observer can be seen in the bar, his back to the camera, as he leaves the page on the barstool and walks out.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorJ.J. Abrams  |  Alex Kurtzman  |  Roberto Orci
Executive ProducerJ.H. Wyman  |  Jeff Pinkner  |  Bryan Burk  |  J.J. Abrams
Co-Executive ProducerJoe Chappelle  |  David Wilcox
Supervising ProducerReid Shane  |  Josh Singer  |  Jeff Vlaming
ProducerKathy Lingg  |  Ashley Edward Miller  |  Zack Stentz  |  Robert M. Williams, Jr.
Co-ProducerTanya M. Swerling  |  Tamara Isaac
Consulting ProducerAkiva Goldsman  |  Roberto Orci  |  Alex Kurtzman
Associate ProducerAmanda Lencioni
Production DesignerIan Thomas (3)
EditorJon Dudkowski
CastingApril Webster
First Assistant DirectorGreg Zenon
MusicMichael Giacchino  |  Chris Tilton
Music EditorPaul Apelgren
Music SupervisorCharles L. Scott IV  |  Billy Gottlieb
Costume DesignerJenni Gullett
Key GripDavid J. Dawson
Set DecoratorLouise Roper
Location ManagerScott Walden
Property MasterRob Smith (3)
Script SupervisorPatti Henderson
Assistant EditorJennifer Van Goethem  |  Chad Rubel
Post Production SupervisorAndrew Balek  |  April Nocifora
Supervising Sound EditorPaul Curtis
Re-Recording MixerBrian Harman  |  Rick Norman
GafferDavid S. Warner (1)
Director of PhotographyTom Yatsko
Stunt CoordinatorMike Mitchell
Production ManagementVladimir Stefoff
Sound MixerEric Batut
Main Title ThemeJ.J. Abrams
Visual Effects SupervisorJay Worth  |  Robert Habros
Main Title DesignAndrew Kramer
"A" Camera OperatorChris Tammaro
Department Head HairIan C. Ballard
Department Head Make-upDana Hamel
Steadicam OperatorLou Gruzelier
Special Effects CoordinatorBob Comer
Canadian CastingJennifer Page  |  Corinne Clark
 
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