Fringe

The Day We Died

Season 3, Ep 22, Aired 5/6/11
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  • Episode Description
  • In the year 2026, Fringe Division attempts to stop a terrorist organization, End of Days, unaware that the head of the organization is receiving help from Walternate, who plans to make sure that This Side is destroyed just as his world was.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Joshua Jackson

    Peter Bishop

  • Emily Meade

    Ella Dunham

  • J.H. Wyman

  • Roberto Orci

  • Alex Kurtzman

  • Photos (5)
  • Fan Reviews (21)
  • The Day We Died

    By arkanitoo, Jul 23, 2012

  • That awkward moment when Fringe is better than Lost.

    By deathly_hollows, May 08, 2011

  • I think they could have done with just 21 episodes this season

    By calfmandooo, Mar 11, 2012

  • Forward in time...and backwards goes my brain in comprehension. (This review contain spoilers.)

    By wendegen, Jul 19, 2011

  • Great Series

    By dreamgoat, Feb 03, 2012

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Peter: No matter who is at fault, you are my dad.

    • Walter: I didn't realize how much I miss swivel chairs. I also missed swiveling.

    • Walter: Our destiny was set the day we triggered the machine. I didn't understand it until it was too late that our two worlds were inextricably linked. Without one, the other simply cannot exist. When their world was destroyed, that was the day we sealed our fate. For all intents and purposes... that was the day we died.

    • Olivia: Amanda from across the street gave it to us. That's you and me and the little baby that we're going to have, that she is planning on babysitting. Peter: Ohh. Well, I think we should get started on that right away. Olivia: You really going to use a drawing from a little girl to get lucky? Peter: It sounds so dirty when you say it like that.

    • Secretary Bishop: Do you know what it's like... to wake up and just for a moment think that everything is as it was? And realize it's not. That the nightmare you had was real. Soon everyone here will experience loss the way that all those over there did. Air, water, light, even. But you, you will experience loss the way I did. Peter: What does that mean? Secretary Bishop: You destroyed my universe, Son, and I'm going to destroy yours. And not all at once.

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    Notes (3)

    • Blair Brown appears (at Olivia's funeral) but has no dialogue.

    • The opening credits are in gray to indicate the 2026 setting, and fringe science topics are listed: cellular rejuvenation, thought extraction, cryptozoology, neural partitioning, brain porting, temporal plasticity, dual maternity, chaos structure, clonal transplantation, water, biosuspension, and hope.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: May 6, 2011 on Citytv
      Australia: June 8, 2011 on GO!
      UK: June 15, 2011 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
      Sweden: September 2, 2011 on Kanal 5
      Finland: February 1, 2012 on MTV3
      Poland: June 25, 2012 on TVN

    Trivia (1)

    • Trivia: The glyph code for this episode is NOMORE.

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