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The Other Side's Fringe Division investigates a mysterious series of bus accidents that resulted in the deaths of specific individuals. Meanwhile, Olivia begins to have mysterious visions of people she finds strangely familiar, and Secretary Bishop tells Colonel Broyles why he has placed an impostor on his team.
On the Other Side, Milo Stanfield stands on the sidewalk and takes in everything around him. He notices a man drinking coffee, a woman entering a flower shop to buy a bouquet, an approaching bus, and a mailbox near a water puddle. Finally, Milo goes to the mailbox and balances a ballpoint pen on top of it, and then steps away...Read the full recap
The glyph/code spells out BREACH.
The end credits feature a special thanks to voice artist Oliver Hyman.
Charles Francis: You do remember me, right?
Olivia: Yeah. You're that tightwad who owes me $70.
Charles Francis: Damn it! I was--I was hoping you'd forget about that.
Charles Francis: As hospitals go, not bad.
Olivia: Yeah, unless it's run by an evil genius that's using accidents to kill people.
Alt Brandon: Do you miss it?
Secretary Bishop: Miss what?
Alt Brandon: Being a scientist.
Secretary Bishop: I am still a scientist, Brandon. I just have a much larger laboratory.
Peter: You're not from this world, Olivia. You're not her.
Olivia: You're not real.
Peter: Real is just a matter of perception. I am here. And I'm a part of you that you have to hold onto. You can't forget who you are, Olivia. You can't forget where you're from. You can't forget this. (kisses her)
Charles Francis: Now that you two have, uh, rediscovered your Vulcan mind meld....
From the Star Trek series, the Vulcans are a race of alien telepaths who suppress their emotions. Among their abilities is the "mind meld," which allows them to share thoughts with another being.