Season 4 Episode 6

And Those We've Left Behind

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 11, 2011 on FOX
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    Fringe: Time Keeps On Slippin'

    This week, the Fringe team investigated a married couple playing with time and destiny in a great episode that echoed one of Lost's best.

  • Episode Summary

    An electrical engineer and his wife, a professor of theoretical physics, are involved in a series of time loop anomalies.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (4)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Olivia: Where'd you disappear to?
        Peter: I was checking up on Walter. He found the swing set. You know how he feels about Newtonian mechanics.

      • Peter: There's only one way in. We need a Faraday Cage. It's got to be mobile, something that can block out the electromagnetic field. I can cross through and turn off whatever's causing this.
        Olivia: Walter, you need to build a movable...
        Walter: I heard the idea. I know what a Faraday Cage is! A baboon would! Astrid! I need a computer battery. And a spool of copper wire. And a climbing harness. And, and, some rubber cement. I think it's in my Spider-Man fanny pack.

      • Astrid: Here. Walter calls this the Walter Bishop Faraday Harness. He wanted me to tell you that.

      • Olivia: Just so you know, there'll be an FBI agent stationed out the front.
        Peter: Where I would run to? So hey, do I get an allowance?
        Olivia: I'll see what I can do.

      • Olivia: I was important to you, wasn't I? I mean, the other version of me. 'Cause I see the way you look at me when you think that I'm not aware.
        Peter: Yeah. Yeah, she was. She is.
        Olivia: Well, I hope that you get back to her.
        Peter: Thank you. Me too.

    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Peter: What is a time loop? Like, Groundhog Day?
        Referencing the 1993 movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. In the movie Bill Murray's character is stuck in a small town and relives the same day, Groundhog Day, over and over again. Even though he kills himself repeatedly, he always finds himself physically unharmed when the day starts again.