Donald shows December the trigger that he needs for his initiating reaction and explains that it has lost its charge. Without it, the time travel device won't work. When December points out that they will cease to exist if his plan works, Donald points out that humans will ceases to exist if his plan doesn't work. December points out that the twelve of them agreed not to say anything when they developed emotive responses. However, Donald and August lost control, giving themselves away. December says that it's the destiny of the people of that era but Donald insists that destiny can be changed if someone has the will to change it no matter the cost. He tells his associate that he believe the people of the era are worth saving...Read the full recap
Walter: Blasted thing. What I wouldn't give for a good old-fashioned tumor-inducing cell phone.
Walter: You are my favorite thing, Peter. My very favorite thing.
Walter: Peter, hold on to these tight. Anti-gravity osmium bullets. Shoot Observers with these and watch them float away like balloons.
Peter: If we shoot 'em, they're dead. Why do we want 'em to float away?
Walter: Because it's cool.
Peter: That makes sense, Walter.
Phillip Broyles: You seem to be impervious to everything.
Captain Windmark: I will never speak of it again. But I will admit this to you, Phillip. I, too, feel something. I believe you call it... hate.
Phillip Broyles: The feeling is mutual.
Donald: It's not about fate, Walter. Yours or mine. It's about changing fate. It's about hope. And protecting our children.