Yeah, I thought that was it... not much of a bonus scene. I was expecting something that actually meant something. But no, it's really more of an in-show ad placement for the car.
I've never heard of that band before; doing a mild bit of googling and wiki work turned up some interesting things:http://www.wired.com/entertainment/music/magazine/17-05/pl_musicThey get a mention here, in 1971; an interesting note (or coincidence, or more than coincidence) is beneath the image at the left--apparently JJ had a hand in Wired the previous week.Searching for them at Wikipedia seems almost pointless; there's no article for the band, but the very last search result? "Lindbergh kidnapping," coincidentally mentioned by Peter in this episode.Searching youtube turned up this guy's account: http://www.youtube.com/user/mikeleepsychwhich seems by far the most interesting, since all the material is a year old; among the videos is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfsyYGN_Jpc which I can't quite understand, but the title of the song being discussed is Slow Vibration, reminiscent of the talk Walter gave about the universes vibrating at different frequencies.I think there's a hell of a lot more to this scene than we suspect at this moment.
@Poetchill out, dude
Oh, and someone trademarked Violet Sedan Chair in 2009:http://www.trademarkia.com/violet-sedan-chair-77730492.html
See my comments on fox fringe website ... there are hidden messages in audio of the bonus clip when you digitaize the audio and play in reverse and at a slower speed to grasp what they are saying.Roy
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