Yet another episode with loads of sappy emotions . This was almost as irritating as when Etta let Manfretti live in In Absentia, just because she saw pity in Olivias eyes. With everything Etta had been through she just should have killed him without thinking about it.
And now we have Olivia simply pleading to Peter that emotions are important? Please! And how many times have we seen Anna Torv captured but only for a very short while since she always makes an easy escape.
And why do the observers have to use elevators and stairs? Is the teleporting manufactured by Microsoft or something and thus unreliable.
It 's obvious that Fringe is going for crowdpleasing now, rather than trying to be edgy or interesting. Too bad.