John McClennan looks at a photo of a young boy and then turns to Jeremy Roman, the young man he took it from. As he questions him about his memories and how he feels about them, he activates a chemical shunt that feeds a blue liquid into his victim’s brain. The victim continues to describe what he experienced until he dies, his tears freezing on his face...Read the full recap
Walter: Immoral, evil...
Astrid: Walter, we have been over this. What is in the past in in the past. We have agreed to move forward.
Walter: Even I don't have drugs strong enough to forget they kidnapped Olivia to the Other Side.
Lincoln: They did?
Walter: Two weeks that awful woman pranced around my lab.
Lincoln: Awful woman?
Astrid: Uh, the other Olivia, the one from Over There.
Walter: She bought my ignorance with baked goods while she carried out her plan to steal a piece of the Machine with that damned Portuguese sweetbread.
Olivia: What's with the redecoration?
Astrid: Walter. Hey, don't look at me like I have some reasonable explanation. It's Walter.
Astrid: (about Lincoln) Well, he just lost his partner. Plus he is new in town. He doesn't know anybody. He's probably a little lonely.
Olivia: No. Not going to happen.
Astrid: Why not? He's cute.
Olivia: Because if I went out with him, then I would start having second thoughts, like I always do, and then he would get hurt, and then my workplace would become awkward. And you know what? He's not even my type.
Astrid: Do you ever think that maybe your type just doesn't exist?
Olivia: He knows what she taught him, but he can't remember who she is. How is that possible?
Broyles: At the risk of sounding sentimental... I've always thought there were people who leave an indelible mark on your soul. An imprint that can never be erased.