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Fringe Easter Eggs: Glyphs in The Other Side Part 2

      Email Post       5/21/2010 12:56:00 AM      


Tonight's glyph word was 'Weiss,' as in the enigmatic character and bowling yoda, Sam Weiss.

For more information on the Fringe Glyphs, check out the Fringepedia's Glyph/Symbols page, which has all the previous glyphs and codes.

11 Comments:

Andrew said...

The anagram on Walternate's lab chalkboard said "A DEMON'S TWIST RUSTS" which de-anagramizes to "DON'T TRUST SAM WEISS". Sam Weiss is the bowling alley sage who helped Olivia in several episodes, most recently "Olivia, with the revolver...".

Why would Sam Weiss be someone not to be trusted?

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kakariki said...

I'm also wondering what the significance was with Sam Weiss being a Bus Driver in part 1.

It could have been the producers putting on emphasis on everyone having a double. However I find that just a bit too much of a coincidence that the characters attempt to board HIS bus in the middle of NYC.


I think the observer is in the hospital scene standing behind the other Olivia while Charlie is arranging for Walter's medical records to be deleted.

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kakariki said...

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2379/88682927.png

fringeobsessed said...

I find this anagram most puzzling as I think Sam Weiss has a thing for Olivia Dunham, and my own personal opinion is that he would do anything to protect her. I know I could be very wrong! I also believe he may be some other life form in a human disguise-more intelligent than humans and posess Observer-like abilities as well.

Joanna said...

Totally missed that with the bus driver. Makes me wonder what else I'm going to catch upon rewatching.

shopsmart said...

Sure Sam Weiss is obvious but I also think German. If you consider the s-set (two s's together), weiß means the color white in german. It can be a form of the verb "to know." (example: Ich weiß. "I know")

Runciter said...

the busdriver obviously wasn't him

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