Episode 1: A New Day In The Old Town
Episode 2: Night of Desirable Objects
Episode 3: Fracture
Episode 4: Momentum Deferred
Episode 5: Dream Logic
Episode 6: Earthling
Episode 7: Of Human Action
Episode 8: August
Episode 9: Snakehead
Episode 10: Grey Matters
Episode 11: Johari Window
Episode 12: What Lies Below
Episode 13: The Bishop Revival
Episode 14: Jacksonville
Episode 15: Peter
Episode 16: Olivia. In The Lab With The Revolver.
Episode 17: White Tulip
Episode 18: The Man From The Other Side
Episode 19: Brown Betty
Episode 20: Northwest Passage
Episode 21: Over There, Part 1
Episode 22: Over There, Part 2
- The Observer was spotted at the scene of the accident automobile while crossing the screen:
- We can enjoy an episode of The X-Files in the apartment of the first victim:
- The episode opens with a close range shot that opens the eye of the shape-shifter, something already seen many times on Lost:
- When the shifter out of the car, we can see a flash of blue light:
- Knowing the title of the next episode, the sign could definitely be a clue:
- The number 47, very familiar to fans of "Alias," appears twice in the course of the episode, as a marker of the crime scene and on the registration plate of the shifter:
- On the jacket of Peter shows "02", as if to indicate that he is not the original Peter, but the second, the one coming from the alternate reality:
- When Peter tells Amy that does not seem to be scared, she says, quoting "Hamlet": "There are things in heaven blackberries and heart, than are Dreamt (of in your philosophy)." With this sentence Amy wants to emphasize its openness and its ability to accept what happened.
- Here is the Selectric 251 Fringe and true Selectric:
- Walter is wrongly convinced that Peter likes the custard, while the other was Peter to love it. Careful, Walter ... we are venturing on thin ice!
- It 'possible that it was to awaken Olivia Peter, himself giving evidence of being in possession of hidden abilities? Moreover, we do not know what happened to Peter of this alternative reality as a child ... that he has been subjected to experiments on cortexiphan? And the sentences pronounced by Olivia in greek? They are the result of a momentary connection with the boy or the two shared the same mother?
- The incident of Olivia takes place in front of a palace, whose name anagram form the word "underground", a clear indication for the next episode (thanks to Sandro for the tip).
- The Observer has been spotted in the area outside the house of Hughes:
- The return of the blue lights, but this time it may not be intentional:
- In this episode we have the return of the sequence of points green-green-green-red:
- Since the episode is dedicated to the genetic mutation, the fly the sheriff's office could be a reminder of the eponymous film Cronemberg of 1986:
- Mr. Hughes says that his wife and his son are dead for 17 years, which was confirmed in the newspaper, dated 18 September 1992. On the tombstones of the two, however, is written in November 1992: they may have made a mistake like that? Or the difference a year means something?
- The number eight seem to draw Fringe: we had already seen on the magic ball of Ella, and now Sam Weiss Olivia supposed to bring an eight of shoes. The number eight is also one of the numbers on Lost.
- Found the clue for episode 2 × 03: When Charlie receives a call from Olivia, is located in front of a wall on which is painted a portrait of Van Gogh, who had cut off his ear. And guess what Walter is the station?
- The scarecrow in the field wearing a mask identical to that of the protagonist of "V for Vendetta" (thanks to Sandro from Pisa for the tip):
- You can not really say that this time it was hard to find ...
- When Olivia has its flash on his trip to the alternate reality, also has a very interesting thing: William Bell with an oxygen mask, which explains the function of the equipment that we had seen in the study of the scientist in the 1 × 20. The fundamental question at this point is: Bell is perhaps dying?
- The case of the Observer port on the blocks to enter the combination of strange symbols, which resemble their strange writing (remember? We have seen in the episode "The Arrival"). This makes us reflect on the fact that the Observers are not actually on the other (which differs little from ours and of which, however, we saw the writing in the newspaper office of Bell), but from some other world yet. We can not be sure of the theory of the colonel, who sees the Watchers as spies other reality looking for a way to destroy us.
- In the case of the Observer there are some photos of what, according to the colonel will lead to the destruction of this world, namely Walter ... but we are confident that it is just "our" Walter? Would not it be more plausible to think that the courier is actually the other reality, and that has led to the Observer the results of "stalking" of his colleagues on the other side?
The clue for the next episode (the symbol that is on the head of the leader of the shape-shifter) is visible on a wall, when Diane Burgess falls out of the taxi and goes to the metro station:
- Speaking of injections found on Gillespie, Walter says he stopped counting after the forty-again a reference to the number 47, so dear to Bad Robot.
- The Observer can be easily spotted when Olivia comes out of the Massive Dynamic to meet with Charlie:
- Here is the symbol that William Bell handed over to Olivia and that is stamped on the head of the leader of the shape-shifter:
- Whether in the office of Bell in the laboratory of Walter there is a bell that is rung. It is a coincidence or those bells have the power to induce trips (mental and physical)?
- In this episode remade its appearance the Slusho, the drink is so dear to JJ Abrams:
- Now, it could be just a play of light on the windows ... but you also have not noticed the strange green light that surrounded sometimes Bell and Olivia during their interview?
- Here are the flashbacks that Olivia has in this episode. It 'should be noted that the first time the memories are triggered by Peter Olivia. Later in the same episode, we find that Bell was to pronounce the Greek phrase which she then reported to Peter, and this suggests some connection between him and the mother of the young Bishop. Another remarkable thing is that the beginning of the flashback is accompanied by the now famous blue lights: this leads us to think that the lights do not indicate "just" a journey between the two dimensions, but they have a deeper meaning:
- Also in this episode shows the sequence of red and green dots, but it seems to be reversed (red-red-red-green): it is a consequence of the fact that we are in a parallel reality?
- Olivia Peter cites the film "Invasion of the Body Snatchers", referring to the ability of shape-shifter to replace the normal human beings could be a reference of the authors to the fact that he is a being "alien" that has been replaced by a inhabitant of our reality?
- Appears twice in this episode we see the yellow dot next to the glyphs:
- During the episode, Nina Olivia exposes the Pauli principle, according to which two objects can not occupy the same space at the same time: it is a rule to also refer to the meeting between a person and his alter ego of the other dimension?
- In graffiti on the wall of the alley where Charlie and Olivia fight, depicts the glyphs of the leaf, frog, seahorse, apple and daisy:
- In this episode you will see a quote of Hamlet ("To Sleep, Perchance, To Dream"), always visible on the wall of the alley. The agent Amy Jessup in the season premiere had already quoted Shakespeare. The phrase, which refers to the dream, it could be the clue for the next episode, "Dream Logic".
- The Observer appears at the sleep clinic of Nayak:
- The number 47 makes another appearance in this episode (starting to amaze me how often it appears):
- From the gravestone of Charlie Francis learn that the series takes place in perfectly with the contemporary day (the man turns out to be dead on the eighth of October, that is, the same day it aired the episode "Momentum Deferred"):
- The poster that hung in the room we see the nightmare of Peter, confirms that the dream takes place in another reality: the poster in fact refers to the Challenger Mission 11, but such missions were stops at number ten. Evidently, on the other hand have had better luck!
- During the conversation between Peter and Walter, on the table we can see a book by Vince Flynn, author of political thrillers:
- In this episode again makes its appearance luminous globe:
- The clue for the next episode seems to be the ring that you see at the beginning of the episode: in the course of "Earthling", in fact, we find some similar articles and a scene that is very reminiscent of the famous horror movie.
- The taxi that salt Olivia is the number 88. Once again the number 8 back to make an appearance (thanks to Sandro from Pisa).
- The Observer can be seen behind Broyles while the latter speaks on the phone with Olivia airport:
- The request for Walter a "dust devil" (demon dust) could be a quote from the movie in which a shape-shifting (tell you anything?) Comes from the desert in search of victims:
- In the scene where Timur tries to contain the shadow, make their way back green dots and red:
- In this episode, Olivia returns to be associated with the number 8 (at these points can no longer be a case and the eight must have some particular meaning):
- You have to admit, this time it was practically impossible to find, hidden right there, at the beginning of the episode:
- On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of "The Simpsons," Fox is hiding references to the Simpsons in all his shows. In this episode of Fringe we find two: the first when Tyler Carson uses for its tablets a Pez dispenser in the shape of Homer, the second when, arriving at the home of Renee Davies, the mother of Carson, we find that is located in Springfield , the city home of the Simpsons.
- On the door of the hidden market is the glyph of the seahorse:
- Here are pictures of the rooms of the clones of Massive Dynamic and Penrose and those of the dossiers on various Tyler:
- The book next to Renee Davis, "Wonders of The World" by Valeria de Manferto Fabianis is the clue for the next episode (Christine was about to leave for Rome, where the Colosseum, one of the seven meravglie of the world):
- The picture in the house of the Bishop is "New York Central System", painted by Leslie Ragan in 1946, the year of birth of Walter:
- Here is a picture that shows the device used by the observers to be called. As you can see etched above the door of the signs very similar to those that the same observers use to write and sequence of colored dots (green-green-green-red) that we have come to know well. The light sequence appears once again behind Donald:
- The teddy bear that we see at the beginning of the episode nela case Osservatore we can also see in the photo taken shortly before the death of the parents of Christine:
- In the picture taken before the earthquake to Christine and her parents also appears in August:
- Here is the sheet with the work of deciphering done by Walter:
- Observers appearing in the episode are (left to right), December, August, September and July:
- In this episode returns the number eight, apparently the most significant within the mythology of Fringe. August (August) is in fact the eighth month of the year:
- In this episode definitely the predominant color of Olivia, the red:
- The red dragon printed on the bag of the Chinese restaurant, resembling a snake, is a candidate certainly as a clue for the next episode:
- August brings Christine to Belle Motel ... it's an allusion to a possible connection between the Watchers and William Bell?
- August tells Walter that he knew that a nitrogen molecule would attract his attention: this is because Walter is a scientist or because the nitrogen has something to do with Peter? The second hypothesis seems supported by the fact that as soon as August says this, Walter asks him not to take away his son.
- You can spot the Observer in Chinatown in Boston, immediately after the call of Ming Che:
- On the phone is used by Walter recorded a space rocket ... it's a clue for the next episode?
- The number eight back twice in this episode, in a number of the house in Beacon Hill and on the shirt of Matt (which are also printed two towers, another possible clue for the next episode):
- The sequence of green-green-green-red appears in this episode in a robe a bit 'special:
- The glyph of the leaf peeping when Olivia shoots Ming Che:
- The design of the nervous system is almost certainly the clue for the next episode:
- While waiting for Peter in the car, Walter sings "Van Amburghs Menagerie." If you remember he had already done in episode 1 × 16 ("Unleashed" / "Beast in Freedom").
- This time, the Observer was really really hard to find!
- The leader of the shape-shifter, Thomas Jerome Newton, takes its name from a character in the 1976 movie "The Man Who Fell To Earth". Newton was a humanoid came to earth in search of water to save his dying planet and used advanced technologies coming from his world ... the similarities between the two characters are really obvious!
- The shadow of a bell? Evocatica too!
- In the last episode was touched to the leaf, this is the time of the glyph of the butterfly:
- Returns to the theme green-green-green-red that is so dear to us:
- Newton wearing a wrist watch with the logo of Massive Dynamic ... it's a clue that behind the "First Wave" lies precisely the mysterious company?
- When Walter recovers his memories, Newton asks how things work from its parts, giving to understand clearly to be aware dell'Avvizzimento. This means that Walter had been in contact with someone on the other side after the kidnapping of Peter?
- The phenomenon dell'avvizzimento has something to do with the cylinder and mask that Bell was forced to use?
- The Observer was hiding in the crowd outside the town hall in Edina:
- In this episode back to make its appearance in the number 8. The number of inhabitants of the city of Edina is 1943 1 +9 +4 +3 = 17 -> 1 +7 = 8 (thanks to Ilaria for the tip).
- At the beginning of the episode, Peter and Walter refer to the Wizard of Oz (the Cowardly Lion and the flying monkeys).
- For Edina Olivia is the first to feel the buzz of background: it is un'avvisaglia the return of his powers?
- The Elephant Project could be a reference to the famous film "The Elephant Man".
- Back to 47, the number of Bad Robot. Speaking of Edina, in fact, Peter says "17 people died, 47 were born."
- At the beginning of the episode, Walter says that he had seen a case of teriatropia in his youth in London ... to be a reference to the famous film "An American Werewolf In London" by John Landys (thanks to Xanax for the tip)?
- L'Osservatore flits behind the two agents of the CDC:
- The picture you see at the Museum of Science is to Magellan:
- The film is seen by Peter while in quarantine is "The Forbidden Planet":
- In this episode reappear overwhelmingly blue flashes of lightning:
- On the wall behind the group tested negative you can see a sort of lizard or gecko ... maybe the clue for the next episode?
- Also in this episode reappears the sequence of red and green dots:
- This episode has many similarities with the X-Files episode "Ice".
- L'Osservatore passes behind the baby while she and her mother speak with the Nazi
- Also in this episode peeps a glyph, this time cleverly hidden nalla molecule's father Walter:
- According glyph hidden in the episode (this time with a little 'more than skills):
- Walter port attached to a key chain lucky rabbit's foot which could be a reference to the rabbit promotional poster (and, consequently, to "Alice in Wonderland"):
- Did you think that the number eight did not appear in this episode? Please take a look at the nut ...
- Dual clue: the skeleton could be a reference to the Bishop family skeletons in the closet, while the cube you can see the now famous sequence green-green-green-red.
- We had already come in Walter's father in episode 1 × 04, "The Arrival" (although in circumstances slightly macabre ...):
- In the 38th minute, when Walter tells Broyles that he does not repent for what he has done, in his eyes you can see a glow similar to that found in episode 1 × 07 (thanks to Salvatore Manfredi for the tip).
- The Observer can be seen on the site of the first crash, just before the arrival of Olivia, Peter and Walter:
- Many, many glyphs in this episode of Fringe:
- In kindergarten is clearly visible a small bell, perhaps a call to Bell?
- In this episode appear two other references to "Alice in Wonderland" (and therefore the promotional poster of Season Two), the rabbit and the Queen of Hearts card:
- Here are the projects of reconstruction of the Pentagon he was working Pratchett:
- In this episode there is a reference to another children's book, "The Wizard Of Oz", to which you can easily bring the yellow brick road painted on the wall:
- When we find ourselves in the consciousness of Olivia reappear the now familiar blue flashes:
- In the opening scene there are two things which make us subodorare we are looking at the parallel universe: the message "MANHATAN" with a "t" and the discussion on coffee alone, apparently a rare commodity (perhaps because of the problems mentioned by Newton in "Grey Matters").
- The number eight makes another appearance in this episode, on the facade of the building. The number 28 could also make reference to the episode "Grey Matters), in which the woman who had been transplanted in the brain of Walter was obsessed by the number 28 (thanks to Vanina for the tip):
- When Walter explains the theory of the balance of the worlds, it does using a sequence of colors to us very, very familiar:
- Remember the Rubik's cube in this last episode? This week back (thanks to jade86 for the tip), but with the red side reassembled ... that has a meaning as that color had already played a key role in the rehabilitation and recovery of memories of Olivia?
- During the flashback, we see the Observers out of a cinema. The film program is "Back to the Future." From billboard learn that another universe Marty McFly is played by Michael J. Fox, but by Eric Stoltz, who was originally supposed to play the role but then was replaced precisely by Fox.
- On the occasion of this trip in the 80s, the authors have decided to give us a signature retro flavor ...
- In this episode returns the Slusho, the elusive drink in many of JJ Abrams show. December is that August will take up one coming out of the movies:
- Thanks to Francesco (I would not have sight even in a thousand years old), we are able to tell you a little gem: while the Watchers are talking in front of the cinema, a car passes in front of their two-story like the one seen in the model "Jacksonville":
- That compares two acronyms Fringe: interesting to see how the scientific terms of the original code has been replaced with others that appeared in 1985 science fiction, such as laser surgery and in vitro fertilization.
- On the board you can see designed by Walter un'omega, which refers to the symbol on the head of the leader of the shapeshifters. Who wants to indicate that Walter has something to do with the creation of the shape-shifter?
- When Walter is sitting in the living room, behind him you can see a little man made of tin. Whether it's the umpteenth reference to the Wizard of Oz? Also, when Walter tells Elizabeth "Somewhere Peter will grow up .. somewhere, he will lead a proper life, somewhere he will be happy ...", his words recall the song "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", the soundtrack of the film in question .
- When the observers leave the theater, you can find the clue for the next episode, a poster of the film "Gentlemen, The Murder And 'Served" (in the original "Clue"), inspired by the board game "Cluedo". The title of the next episode, "Olivia. In The Lab With The Revolver. ", Refers to the stage of the game where the player must declare who has committed murder, in what room and with what weapon.
- In the house on Lake Walternate, often appears a drawing of a boat: it is a reminder of the kayak seen in the consciousness of Olivia in the pilot episode?
- When Walter illuminates the latest machinery to activate the portal, on one of these is visible to the sequence of colors green-red (thanks to Valerio for signaling).
- The Observer can be seen at the beginning of the episode, in front of the jeep Miranda Greene, just before the latter diest of cancer:
- When Miranda Greene, played by Diane Kruger, talking on the phone, try to remember the name of the oncologist, says the name "Gorlomi" (thanks to Mat and Matte for the tip). The name is the same used by the character of Brad Pitt in "Inglourious Basterds" (in which he played the same Kruger), to infiltrate the premiere of the film:
- There is another reference to the game Cluedo in the episode (thanks to Mark for the tip): in the course of the episode four of the six weapons appear in the game: the revolver (challenged by Olivia), the rope (on a bench) the candlestick (which affects Olivia James Heat), the wrench and the lead pipe (in the dining Bowling beginning of the episode) and the dagger (home of Lloyd Becker. Thanks to Gloria for reporting!).
- The blue lights come back at the very beginning of the episode, when Miranda meets Heat:
- Also returning are the red and green lights, traffic lights visible at the beginning of the episode:
- Miranda before his death he was preparing a lawsuit against the INtREPUS Pharmaceuticals, the company's David Esterbrook that we met in the episode "The Cure"
- In this episode makes its appearance in the glyph of the seahorse, which is visible at the home of Lloyd Becker:
- The Observer can be seen at the very end of the episode, immediately before the accident:
- At the home of Alistair Peck, to be precise in the bathroom, you can see the glyph of the seahorse:
- Just before Alistair disappears on the train, you can see one of the usual flashes of blue light (thanks to Tonyfrancis for the tip):
- When Astrid tracking cell Arlette, returns the sequence of green and red (thanks to Tonyfrancis for the tip):
- The clue for this episode is definitely the bottle of vitamins "Total Energy":
- In this episode appears twice in the glyph of the butterfly (on the walls of the kitchen and laboratory Alistair):
- In this episode returns to appear the number eight, the lucky number of Olivia:
- William Bell has found a way to peep in this episode:
- On the side of the train shows a billboard with the words "Be Here In No Time": this could be a clear reference to Alistair's ability to travel through time (thanks to Alexander for the tip).
- Just as had happened to the Kruger, there is also a reference to the past work of Weller: The plant on his body mesh Faraday and shapes recalls very closely the fusion between man and machine in the movie "Robocop" ( thanks to Matte for the tip).
- Also in this episode you can see the familiar twinkle in the eyes of Walter (thanks to Salvatore Manfredi for the tip).
- The Observer can be spotted when Newton went to the bank to control the shape-shifting Ben McCallister:
- The video examined by Olivia and Astrid contains two images that may be drawn from an episode not yet transmitted, or maybe an episode "alternative" Lost, where you see Claire and the pilot of Oceanic Flight 815 in a room that apparently located in Australia (thanks to Matte that alerted us that the images are taken from a cut scene of the season finale of the first season of the show. For the video of the cut scene instead thanks to Alessandro Milani). They also bear two images related to the alternate reality: in a see a report on the reconstruction of the White House, the other shows the flag of the United States, but it has two stars in less than ours.
- The images of the Secretary, apparently unclear, they are actually extremely revealing: the hand and the profile are certainly those of Walter (thanks to Matte for the tip), then the Secretary probably is none other than Walternate:
- The plates Olivia and Broyles contains two tributes to Star Wars: it is possible to identify the written R2D2 and C3PO, the name of the two robots in the saga (thanks to Markus84 for the tip).
- The white tulip last episode is visible at the beginning of the episode in the house of the Bishop, but in the course of the episode the drawing disappears:
- A home of the Bishop, on the wall, you see the glyph of the butterfly (thanks to Alice for reporting and for the image):
- On the wall of the shed, at the beginning of the episode, you can see the structures that resemble very much the A printed on the kayak uncle of Olivia seen in the pilot episode (thanks to Alice for reporting and for the image):
- The number of parking Nina is the familiar 47 so dear to JJ Abrams.
- The clue of the last episode seems to be the sign with pine drawn: when Olivia is thrown into the water, in fact, is locked in a pine house.
- The poster man in glasses, in addition to being a clear reference to Peter, we might remember the tin man in the Wizard of Oz, who was also coincidentally in search of his heart:
- In the laboratory of Walter appears containing a sphere of "rays" electrical forming a pattern very similar to that seen on the blackboard of Peter in the same episode, and that formed by the cases of the Scheme showed that Broyles to Olivia in the first season (thanks to the goddess. as for the tip).
- The scene in which Olivia reconnects the batteries in the heart of Peter, it could be a reference to the movie "Iron Man" in one of the scenes of the protagonist in fact the assistant adjusts the device that keeps alive the man slipping his hands into a hole in his chest (thanks to Gallux for the tip).
- The diagram on the map at the home of Peter there recurs the usual sequence green-red (thanks to Vanina for the tip).
- The plot of this episode resembles that of episode 3 × 06 "Magnum, PI", in which all the characters are catapulted over the years 30-40 (thanks to Sandro for the tip).
- The Observer can be spotted in the crowd gathered outside the diner:
- The strange sounds you hear during the call of Newton, and Peter exchanged for trivial interference, are actually part of a broadcast in morse code that says "Target Peter Bishop Location Northwest Passage Time 8:47 AM" ("Target Peter Bishop Position Northwest Passage Hours 8:47 AM) (source: vaffancolor86 @ itasa forum)
- The letters that you see around the image of Peter, seem sequences of nucleotide bases of DNA (source: vaffancolor @ itasa forum):
- Even this episode gave us an acronym particular: a change was not only the color of the sequence, but at least one of the written. Appears in fact a mysterious "First People": Kane03 us that the term was coined by Stephen King, and indicates the people who belong to a single universe (such as Peter).
- When Alstrid examines the data to the computer, his eyes look very very strange. It is a simple game of lights, or Alstrid has some power that our Astrid has not?
- Once again, the blue light beams are associated with the transition between a dimension and the other:
- When Olivia enters the room they are kept in the children of cortexiphan, Heat is trying to cure a white rabbit that resembles that seen in the promotional poster of Season Two, and that brings us back to the theme of "Alice In Wonderland" and White Rabbit:
- In this episode there are two glyphs, the apple (in the theater, before the transition in the other dimension) and the spiral (as Olivia, Walter, Nick and Susan try to reach Central Park):
- In this episode you can see at least four new differences between our universe and the alternative: the symbol of the Department of Defense changed radically, the Statue of Liberty is covered with bronze, the series "The West Wing" has not been canceled in its seventh season, but reaching at least the eleventh, and the U.S. states are not the same of our size (Texas is divided into two and missing Hawaii and Alaska, which would explain the lower number of stars on the American flag of the present ' Episode 2 × 18, "The Man From The Other Side").
- The Office of Walternative, a sundial appears identical to that found in the study by William Bell ("Momentum Deferred"):
- Both Olivia that her boyfriend, have a tattoo on the neck of a strange symbol: it is due to their military rank, or to the fact that both were subject to certain experiments?
- After he shot Nick, Lincoln says her name, a clear sign that he acknowledged. That he too is part of the children of cortexiphan? Or maybe (the similarity might suggest) in the alternate universe the two are brothers?
- Peter's mother offers him some coffee 'saying that it is a rare commodity but who manage to have it due to social influences Walternate. And 'further confirmation of the suspect in episode 2 × 14, "Jacksonville", in which the colleague Ted Pratchet is surprised when he drinks coffee (thanks to Charles for the tip).
- It 'possible that the insects present in the body of Scarlie are the result of the encounter with the beast of "Unleashed"? What would have happened if this incident had occurred and was not Walternate to heal Scarlie? (Thanks to Bruno for the tip).
- Thanks to Francis, we are able to provide the exact differences between the United States and our alternative ones: California has obviously suffered a natural disaster (the coast is redesigned and the land is considerably less extensive), the state of Washington and one of the Nevada were respectively renamed Southern British Columbia and Independent Nevada, Texas is divided into two states (North Texas and South Texas), Oklahoma and Kansas are united in a state named Midland, while North and South Carolina are united in a state of name (obviously) Carolina, Louisiana is called the Louisiana Territory, the area of the capital Washington DC is called District of Virginia and finally the peninsular part of Michigan does not exist.
- Here's a high-quality design Osservatore left to Olivia:
- The Observer can be spotted behind Olivia, while she, Walter and Bell are sitting at the table in the fast food (thanks to diegosv for the tip):
- On the board of the laboratory of Harvard Alternatively there is written a strange phrase, "A DEMON'S TWIST rusts." An anagram for the phrase you can get the warning "DO NOT TRUST SAM WEISS" ("Do not trust Sam Weiss"). But why should we not trust Sam Weiss, whose seemingly intent has always been to help Olivia? And the phrase refers to our Sam Weiss or the alternate?
- When Bell meets Peter, between the two is the following exchange:
Bell: Hello, Peter. I'm William Bell. It's been years since we've seen. You're doing better than I thought.
Peter: What do you want to be a leap of the universe, between friends.
Bell: I do not mean that.
What were you referring Bell? Maybe Peter has any health problems? The phrase Bell is upon the examination of the eye that Walter carries the child during their meeting at the St. Claire?
- To Peter in the alternate reality hanging on the wall there are famous album covers in comics. Here they are compared with those of our size (source: fringetelevision):
- In our reality, the Transamerica building is located in San Francisco, while the other side is in New York. This dislocation may be due to the fact that in the alternate reality missing a slice of California:
- When William Bell and leaned his hand on the device to send home Walter, Peter and Bolivia, the position of his hand clearly recalls the Spock's Vulcan salute:
- When we see the screen of the PC nurse, we can see that in the lower left shows a preview of an X-ray he was examining. Whether it is our own skull Walter? And if the answer is yes, because it was carried out an examination of the head of a man wounded in the abdomen? (Thanks to Cristian for the tip)
- Continue to peep the number 8. As we all know, the machine used to communicate with the other dimension is a Selectric 251 and 2 +5 +1 = 8 (thanks to Frederick for the tip).
- The quarantine zones of alternate reality closely resemble amber used in the attack on the bus in episode 1 × 03. That the substance used for the two processes is the same? (Thanks to Alexis for the tip)