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Three robbers dig up a mysterious box from a suburban home, but it soon proves deadly to anyone exposed to it... with one exception. The alternate Olivia works with Newton to find the box, while accompanying Peter and Walter as they investigate the deaths. Meanwhile, William Bell's last will and testament is read, and Walter gets a surprising gift.
In Milton, Massachusetts, a man, Joe, gets a pickaxe, prepare to go to the basement, and then considers the family that he and his confederates have tied up and gagged...Read the full recap
Broyles: Is he okay?
Peter: Well, he's Walter. Define "okay."
(as Walter removes a human brain from a skull)
Astrid: That sound creeps me out.
Walter: Really? I always found it oddly comforting. Oh, that's very good, dear. Have you ever worked behind a deli counter?
Astrid: Walter, your tie. I, uh... I think you have a little bit of brain on it.
Astrid: So we're looking for some kind of deadly music box?
Peter: No, it's ultrasonic, so you wouldn't be able to hear it. The frequency's too high.
Walter: Silent but deadly. Speaking of which, might like to take a step away.
Peter: Delightful, Walter.
Walter: Kent Street. I frequented a massage parlor just around the corner. I used to get off right here.
Peter: I sure hope you're talking about the station, Walter.
Peter: We're talking about two universes here. Two of each one of us. At this point, would anything really surprise you?
Walter: Bacon-flavored pudding. That would surprise me.
Walter: But we are yet to find our Rosebud.
Rosebud is the mysterious last word of magnate Charles Foster Kane as he lies dying in his bed at the beginning of the movie Citizen Kane.
Walter: Reminds me of Monet's Water Lillies.
French Impressonist Claude Monet painted over 250 oil paintings depicting his flower garden at Giverny.