The title, length, content does not reflect short. It is accurate in the subject matter - after an episode about the childhood of Peter (Joshua Jackson) turned the camera toward the beautiful protagonist - but back to bring out all the problems that plague the series.
It's hard to write something new about "Fringe" when "Fringe" does not give us anything of that nature. The episode focused primarily on the dilemma of Olivia (Anna Torv): tell or not to tell Peter the truth about who he is? Met the master of bowling, in the hope of some guidance, some advice. The character of this modern master is so far (and do not believe better) beside a huge fire. Loose some enigmatic phrases that should be deep but they are not, and submits the agent to foreign methods of "cure" (the scene was completely pointless Cluedo). I can not understand its place or role in the plot and think anyone who writes also still not well understood.
Story not count? And yet one of the co-Olivia Jacksonville, subject also to those tests and experiments, it begins to kill the rest of the class. With one touch, he passes his illness (cancer) to another for some time and is healthy. The first victim is known Diane Kruger, who lends her grace here for another start in full. After that follows the investigation and manhunt, until inevitably he comes to the house of the protagonist. A good fight scene, a kind of redemption from a villain who is just a victim and all ends well. Mysteries? Yes, who is the man that walketh to enable these people and why do the walking? Activations, with the exception of Olivia, and do not seem to result only lead to death of those who experience. In the future we will know more.
Finally, Olivia decides not to tell but Walter (John Noble), in turn, thinks it's time for truth. And so we live in an episode that, while addressing the core issue, failed to capture or add anything new. And then I heard the repetition of "Peter" is really a shame that this happens.
The Best: For does not vary much, the beginning.
Worst: We return to the usual song.