At Walter's former lab at Harvard, Walter and Astrid continue cutting into the amber and finally recover another video tape. Emerging, they play it and discover that Walter stored the tapes out of order. Walter on the tape gives them coordinates to a location in Pennsylvania. The real Walter doesn't remember anything about the location and according to the files, there's nothing in the area. He finds some hidden marijuana and sniffs it and then says that he should stay behind at the lab to regroup while the others indicate the location...Read the full recap
River Massey: I wish I was around during your time. When there were real heroes.
Peter: Well, kiddo, you're my hero for giving me a nice, strong jawline.
Astrid: Walter, is there a mine where you are?
Walter: Mime. The only mime that I know of is Marcel Marceau. What's he got to do with any of this?
Astrid: No, a mine.
Walter: In 1923, a mine collapsed in Peru. The trapped survivors were forced to nourish themselves on the dead.
Peter: Thanks for that, Walter.
Edwin Massey: There's a time for recording history, and there's a time for making it.
River Massey: A hero died. Sacrificing himself in order to get the Fringe team resources they need to save our world. Edwin Massey, the recorder of history, made history. He will be greatly missed. Like other great men before him, he gave his life selflessly in pursuit of freedom... and a better future.