Episode 1: Olivia
Episode 2: The Box
Episode 3: The Plateau
Episode 4: Do Shapeshifters Dream of Electric Sheep?
Episode 5: Amber 31422
Episode 6: Amber 6955
Episode 7: The Abdcuted
Episode 8: Entrada
Episode 9: Marionette
Episode 10: Firefly
Episode 11: Reciprocity
Episode 12: Concentrate and Ask Again
Episode 13: Immortality
Episode 14: 6B
The Observer can be spotted in the park, when Olivia goes unnecessarily building of Massive Dynamic to try Nina Sharp:
The Opera House you can see in the crowd what looks like a second observer (which would be in line with the photos taken on the set). Thanks to Esterina for your help!
Above the shop where Henry comes to buying clothes for Olivia, stands the advertising of airline Glatterflug, which we know well: the plane's pilot and the one on which it travels Olivia to go to Germany in episode 1 × 07 in fact belong to this company.
In the scene where the soldier enter the code to open the door, you will see the sequence of red and green lights (thanks to Marcoxii for the tip).
Apparently in the parallel reality is not "Cats" to be a hit musical, but ... "Dogs". On the side of the bus that passes behind the cab of Henry, are printed the words "Amber Alert", ie the two words glyphs formed by the first two episodes (thanks to Freak for the tip):
It 's interesting to note that the solution of lymphocytes Fauxlivia is the color "alternative" par excellence, ie the red.
The park is dedicated to Martin Luther King and Eldridge Cleaver reminds us once again the differences that exist between the two. The phrase "We have a dream", also could make use of the shared dream state occurred several times in the course of the series. In the scene of the park is also possible to see how the bikes have not evolved much in the alternate universe ...
when Olivia escapes, after felling the soldier and enter the code before heading out the door, a voice from the alarm signaling a code blue. It 'really interesting to note that in the alternate world red is the color of our reality, the blue, indicating a serious danger (thanks to Silvia and Simone for the tip).
The velocipede (bicycle "unevolved") may be a reference to the TV series "The Prisoner" ("The Prisoner"), one of the first series of science fiction / political fiction. The velocipede was in fact also used in the "Village" where the protagonist, Number 6, had been taken against his will (and here there is a further reference to Olivia, "prisoner" in a reality that does not belong). The velocipede was finally a kind of logo of the series (thanks to Umberto for reporting).
The Observer can be seen at the entrance of the station, just as Newton's leaving (but I do not think I'm wrong or September?). It is also noteworthy as the sum of the digits of the time displayed on the scoreboard (6:02), gives again the number 8 (thanks to diegosv for the tip).
The sequence of green-red appears on the billboard subway (thanks to Freak for reporting) and on the monitor of the device that Walter used to show Peter and Astrid the effects of music on its neurons:
When Newton was at the station, on the billboard behind a leaf appears (thanks to Down to the signal and Freak for the image):
In this episode occurs again, the number eight (thanks to Freak for the tip):
Symbol imprinted on the box is identical to one of the signs in the prophecy of Peter:
The laser used by Newton to erase the tattoo of Fauxlivia is almost identical to that used in the Observer "Brown Betty." It 'also interesting to note how the lens blue laser appears red on the neck while Newton laora agent infiltrated.
On the door of the apartment near Blake is written the phrase "The Pen Is Mightier." This, besides being a reference to the phrase "The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword" this work "Richelieu Or the Conspiracy" by Edward Bulwer, it could be yet another element reference to a pen in this series (Dr. Penrose in the first season, the pen with the words "Find The Crack" in "Northwest Passage" and the trick to make the pen work of Peter in the season premiere). This writing is also a clue to the next episode, in which a pen is at the center of the case (thanks to f.bargi for signaling).
The scene between Fauxlivia and Peter is very reminiscent of the famous monologue in Blade Runner (thanks to katyjolinar).
In this episode reappears number eight, achieved with a simple addition of the numbers in red (6 +0 +2 = 8) (thanks to NickTheQuick for the tip).
The Observer can be spotted on the deck next to Milo, just a second before Olivia noticing him for the first time:
At the beginning of the episode you can see an inverted bell printed on a crate of oranges. A sister's house instead of Milo you can spot the butterfly and a tulip in the squares and the leaf of a lamp (thanks to June and dea.man for reports):
At the beginning of the episode you can see a green-red sequence and a leaf (thanks to Freak for the tip):
The sign of the beggar at the beginning of the episode reads "Veteran of the War of Aruba" another universe then there was a war of Aruba and this is yet another historical difference between the two.
In this episode is again referred to two geographical differences between the two companies already noted last year: the division of the state of Texas in the North Texas and South Texas and the union of Oklahoma and Kansas to form the Midland
The clue of last week for episode 3 × 03 was the horse printed on the box which contains the documents of Massive Dynamic: Milo's sister, in fact, uses a horse to try to awaken the emotions of his brother:
On the top of the sister of Milo is a daisy printed (thanks to dea.man for the tip).
The Observer can be seen coming out from the Massive Dynamic shortly after the arrival of Fauxlivia, Peter and Broyles:
This time it's the daisy make its appearance (thanks to Freak for the tip):
The code of new words appear (thanks to Lorenzo for the tip):
The title of this episode draws heavily on the book by Philip K. Dick "Do android dream of electric sheep?", The book from which it was derived the masterpiece of Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" (thanks to Mark for the tip).
The disk memory of the shape-shifting is very similar to the symbol tattooed on Newton's head:
The Observer can be spotted near the car parked by Olivia:
The clue hidden in "Do The Shapeshifters Dream Of Electric Sheep?" Was the word twins (twins) printed on the cover that shows the shape-shifting Astrid:
Olivia takes the red pills: how many of you know, the red pill in The Matrix was the one that could lead you to the truth, while the blue was destined to bring you back to a life of ignorance.
I do not know if it was intentional, but you can not remember the glyph of smoke?
Other parallels between over here and over there: the device used by Joshua is very similar to that used by thieves in "Safe" (1 × 10).
The fact that Olivia hear the ticking of the bomb is a clear symptom of the awakening of his powers:
The clue for the next episode is the number 6955, which can be identified at the beginning of the episode out of the station (along with a clear sequence green-red):
The first time that Olivia back over here are the balloons with the usual colors, yellow, red, blue ... and when he comes back for the second time and start to be aware ... the red is not there, but it is replaced by the purple (blue + red) (thanks to Esterina for the tip).
Three beautiful green-red sequences by tony please state:
dea.man has identified a new sequence green-red:
The Observer can be spotted behind Fauxlivia and Broyles while the two stationed in front of the building:
In the library you can see the glyph of the seahorse:
At the beginning of the episode you may notice a new reference to William Bell (thanks to dea.man for the tip):
To chat in which it takes part the lighthouse keeper is taking part in a user by the name theyRhere, which has as the face of an alien avatar (thanks to dea.man for the tip):
In this episode there are two sequences of beautiful green-red (thanks to dea.man for the tip):
In this episode back to peep in a clear manner the gleam in the eye of Walter:
The Observer can be spotted outside the restaurant while Olivia explains to Henry his plan to return home:
The clue hidden in "6955 kHz" was probably used as the Jolly Roger avatar from one of the participants in the chat. The same flag we find it in the bedroom of the victim:
In this episode refer their appearance the game "Cluedo" and "L'Allegro Surgeon":
The hidden clue for the next episode could be the sign outside the church:
The case referred to by Olivia while talking with Lincoln, is clearly seen in episode 1 × 02, "The Same Old Story" (thanks to Alexander for the tip).
In Max's room there is a poster of the planets very similar to that found in the bedroom of Peter in 2 × 15. In addition, the storybook on the dresser is the same as Ella Olivia was reading at the beginning of the episode 1 × 16, "Unleashed":
In the 2 × 22 appeared for the first time in the written code "first people". Just in that episode we also found an anagram on Sam Weiss, while in episode 3 × 07 we discovered that the author of the only book covering the first born is Seamus Wiles ... definitely the two names sound very similar (thanks to Simone for the tip).
The Observer can be spotted out from Penn Station shortly after the transition from red to blue and before Peter and the rest of the gang show:
The compound used to numb Fauxlivia Peter has the symbolic color of the alternate universe, ie red:
The clock in Penn Station marks the same time that we had already seen in "Fracture":
The bell continues to peep in this episode (thanks to Simone Ferraro for the tip):
This construction does not remind you enjoyed our very Italian Colosseum? (Thanks to Simone Ferraro for the tip)
Also in this episode you can see a device very similar to that used by Observers in "Brown Betty" (Ferraro thanks to Simon for the tip):
Walter in this episode again makes reference to Brown Betty, his special cocktail ... we had already experienced the effects homonymous episode (thanks to Simone Ferraro for the tip).
In this episode is the return of the number 8: 2:20 per minute is framed digital alarm clock that shows the time as 12:23 (1 +2 +3 +2 = 8), while shortly after 2:15 indicates (2 +1 +5 = 8). (Thanks to NickTheQuick for the tip).
In this episode there is a curious reference to the TV series "Lost." When Peter tries gun Fauxlivia are framed coins on the table, forming a total of 108 coins hundredth Americans. 108 is a very dear to fans of "Lost", was in fact the number of minutes that the famous timer bunker indicated as remaining in some kind of tragedy, and that every time they were retrieved by the computer. (Thanks to NickTheQuick for the tip):
L'Osservatore standing there, right in plain sight at the end of the episode:
In this episode Walter refers again to "The Wizard Of Oz": When the body is to be transported to his lab, in fact, the man says, "Maybe there'll be able to understand what this man was ticking tin."
The environment created by the killer to remove the bodies of the victims and the way in which these are related to the table with tape follow exactly the method of Dexter, the murderess protagonist of the Showtime series.
At the station appears again the number 8 (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
On the side of the train is a visible clue to the next episode, "Firefly" (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
A new set of sequences green-red (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
In the course of the episode we see the eye of Walter magnified by a lens. Shortly after, it is possible to see at a showcase a design that recalls the moment (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
During the episode, Walter is wearing a pair of glasses with a red lens and one blue to see the aura of Roscoe and then measure the depth of his hypnotic state. He adds that those glasses were created from an old friend, Dr. Jacoby of Washington. Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, portrayed by Russ Tamblyn, was an eccentric psychiatrist on the show Twin Peaks:
The story of Bobby Joyce, the son of Roscoe, was told in video-comic "Tales From The Fringe - The Observer". On our YouTube channel we are publishing these episodes subbati in Italian.
In this episode back the familiar green-red sequence:
While Walter speaks with Roscoe, you can see in his right eye the usual white glow:
At the end of the episode Walter succeeds, albeit with an effort to remember where he put the compound necessary to save the life of Peter. Whether it's a sign that his compound has been effective and that his memory is coming back to a time?
the song on the piano when played by Roscoe walter tries to make him regain his memory is the same song used in "Romeo + Juliet", "Kissing You" by Des'ree (thanks to riky403 for the tip).
In this episode we see the return of the number 8 (thanks to Valeria for the tip):
Here are some glyphs from the episode (thanks to Valeria for the tip):
Other sequences green / red (thanks to Valeria for the tip):
During the confrontation between Peter and the Observer, on the wall behind the latter is possible to distinguish a mural. Note the drawings of a shadow just like the Observer itself and that of a woman with a child in her arms, visible just at the moment when the Observer tells Peter that he must be hard to be a father (thanks to Valeria for reporting):
In the final episode, while you take care of Peter, Walter wearing a jersey of the Violet Sedan Chair with the image printed on the cover of the album "Seven Suns" (thanks to alex187 for the tip)
In the episode there are two references to the movie "Back to the Future": the year 1985, when Peter was brought into our universe, coincides with the year of release of the film, while the travel time of the son of Roscoe remembers the main theme of the saga (thanks to Francesco and Michele for the tip).
On the underpants of Walter are designed guitars and some are green and red (thanks to Nikynos for the tip):
On one of the windows of the house Bishop sequence appears green-red (thanks to Nikynos for the tip) ...
Appears on another ... and a butterfly:
In the hospital, behind Peter, Broyles and Walter, the leaves appear (thanks to Nikynos for the tip):
While Olivia and Peter Roscoe expect to be ready, you see a close-up of Olivia, while the nurse tells Peter that the elderly should be given the medicines exactly at eight o'clock. This is a new connection to Olivia number eight (thanks to Nikynos for signaling).
The scene in which the observer stops bullets with his hand, is very reminiscent of some scenes in the saga of "The Matrix":
When the Watcher saves the girl in the jewelry on his wrist is a tattoo recognizable, different but similar to that of Fauxlivia:
The Observer can be seen in the crowd, near the pond for carp where it is found the body of shapeshifting:
When Peter comes into the house, on his bag is possible to recognize the glyph of the seahorse (thanks to Nikynos, Elisa and matybr for the tip):
When Walter discusses with Falcon, in his eye you can see the familiar glow (thanks to Nikynos for the tip):
A series of sequences green-red (thanks to Nikynos for reporting):
Other sequences green-red (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
When Olivia is about to enter the lab plays the glyph of the hand, complete with a yellow dot (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
Fauxlivia's files you can find a pairing of names rather suspect ... (thanks to Esterina for the tip):
In the goldfish bowl you can see a seahorse (thanks to Alex for the tip):
In the course of the episode almost all the glyphs appear at least once in association with Peter (the horn is visible on the chair when Peter opens the door, the horse is on the bag of Peter, the flower is on the jar that Peter takes in the refrigerator, the apple is behind Peter when he speaks with his father), the only one not to appear seems to be the hand ... this is a reference to the report of Peter with the machine, which can only be activated when Peter put his hand in a component of the device (thanks to NickTheQuick for the tip)?
The Observer can be spotted during the collection of funds, as it passes through the hall:
Among the personal effects of William Bell (played by Leonard Nimoy), we find a book written by Dr. Spock ...!
Here are the contents of the safe of William Bell:
The ball donated to Blake colleagues bearing the number 8 (thanks to Federaltem for reporting) and is ideantica on that date by Ella Olivia in season one:
The combination of the safe Bell is 052010, that is 05/20/10 (20 May 2010), the same used by Walter for his shed and date of the season finale last year (as well as the death of William Bell). Andrea Cardia makes us also note that the sum of the numbers mentioned above is, of course, eight:
In this episode reappear balloons yellow, red and blue already seen in episode 1 × 17 ("Bad Dreams"). We know that blue is the color associated with this universe, while red is usually linked to the world "Over There" ... and the yellow refers to a mysterious third universe (thanks to Esterina and Andrea Cardia for the tip)?
The earring Nina has the shape of a leaf (thanks to Alex for reporting):
Three new sequences green-red (thanks to Andrea Cardia for the tip):
Episode 13: Immortality
The Observer can be spotted in the Empire State Building, right at the beginning of the episode:
In the room of Walternate and Reiko you may notice a vase of white tulips (thanks to Andrea Cardia for segnalzione):
During the scene at the lab dell'entomologa appears three times the glyph of the butterfly (thanks to Andrea Cardia for segnalzione):
Some sequences green-red (thanks to Andrea Cardia for segnalzione):
In the episode there are several rifetimenti the series "Twin Peaks": the victim of Armand Silva order "a cup of Earl Grey and a piece of cherry pie," which brings to mind the character of Dale Cooper, who loved the cake cherries and "a damn fine cup of coffee" (but our man could never ask for coffee because, as we know, over there has become a luxury that few can afford). In addition, Joan Chen, who plays the lover of Walternate, played Josie Packard in "Twin Peaks".
Episode 14: 6B
The Observer can be spotted at the beginning of the episode, as it passes next to the direct torque to the party:
In this episode they return to peep tulips (thanks to Esterina, Nana, nickthequick to Andrew):
Authors definitely in the mood for romance: the glyphs made up the word HEARTS and next to last in place of the yellow dot there was a nice little heart (thanks to nickthequick, Esterina and Giga for the tip).
On the lady's handbag, besides the aforementioned tulip, also appears in a butterfly (thanks to Andrew for the tip):
On the back of the police car number 47 and the number 8. Moreover, the number 8 could be hidden in the title: the apartment is the 6B, B is the second letter of the alphabet and 6 +2 = 8. (Thanks to nickthequick, Nana and Edward):
Sequences green and red like rain (thanks to Nana, Esterina, Andrew and Edward for the tip):
Behind the glass wall behind the "ghost" you can see the familiar bright yellow globe (thanks to Andrew for the tip):
A small butterfly hidden ... (thanks to Andrew for the tip):
Andrea tells us that when Peter and Walter are talking about what is possible and not about the existence of ghosts, Walter says, "Belly and I were talking all the time about what happens to the body after death. William theorized that it would be possible to capture the energy using what he called 'the soul magnets'. He said that if he had reason would contact me from beyond. But I was not called yet ... "That is an indication of the return of Bell in incorporeal form?
The building is called "Rosencrantz Building", just like a play from which it was made into a film, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead." The piece of money which is always the head, perhaps, is a tribute to the film (thanks to Esterina for the tip).
Episode 15: Subject 13
The Observer can be seen as it passes behind Walternate:
Episode 16: Os
The Observer can be spotted at the crime scene:
Episode 17: Stowaway
The Observer can be spotted across the street where Jim and Dana Gray jumped into the cab of the building:
A watcher can be seen outside the home of Bolivia at the beginning of episode
And then September the hospital at the end of the episode
Episode 20: 6:02 AM Eastern
The Observer can be spotted behind Fauxlivia after they have received the message on the events at Liberty Island:
Episode 21: The Last Sam Weiss
The Observer can be spotted behind Peter in the streets of New York:
Observers gathered at the end of episode can be seen beneath the Statue of Liberty
In the group we see interact September