Peter is dreaming that thing are back to normal and that he is having breakfast with Walter and Olivia at home. Walter tells his son that the waffle machine is broken and he’s making pancakes, and promises to get the infernal machine working as soon as he can. He then drops the machine as Peter stares in horror... and then wakes up...Read the full recap
Walter: The water was still running in the sink. She must have come to her decision while she was washing the dishes.
Walter: I knew almost immediately. Even before I found the body. The car's engine was still running. There was no note. There didn't need to be. We had just lost our only child. I should have mourned with her, even then. But instead I let her grieve alone so that I could focus on finding a way to the alternate universe to save someone else's child. My actions caused the death of my wife. Unspeakable damage to two universes. I lost my career and my sanity. All because I tried to help another Peter. I may be the only man who could help you, but I'm also the only man who cannot help you.
Lincoln: Just out of curiosity, um, if this thing closes while I'm still crossing through, what happens?
Peter: It'll cut you in half. I killed a guy like that one. Don't worry, he was a bad guy.
Agent Lee: You and your pal murdered two Fringe agents. Every cop in the city is going to be looking for him.
Lincoln: Right. That's what happened. We came all this way to kill two Fringe agents. That's brilliant. No wonder you're a detective.
Elizabeth Bishop: That's what got me through it, you know. I told myself that if another universe exists, and there's got to be more, then somewhere you grow up and be happy and fall in love. Somewhere you would have a life, just... just not here.
Peter: I was wrong about you. You're not the man I thought you were.
Bishop: You are exactly the man I thought you would be.
Peter: Hey, Scarecrow, come on. The flying monkeys are coming.
In the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, based on the novels by L. Frank Baum, the Scarecrow travels with Dorothy to obtain a brain. The flying monkeys serve the Wicked Witch and attempt to stop Dorothy and her friends.