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Fringe Episode 402: "One Night In October"

      Email Post       9/30/2011 06:30:00 PM      


Tonight on Fringe Friday is the second episode of season four "One Night In October".
A SERIAL KILLER FORCES THE TWO FRINGE TEAMS TO WORK TOGETHER

As the victims of a highly intelligent serial killer “Over There” stack up, the Fringe Division “Over Here” is asked to assist. As the two sides tangle and innocent people remain at risk, the suspect’s doppelganger “Over Here,” a professor who teaches Forensic Psychology, is brought into the fold and forces the team to consider the notion of sending civilians to the other side.
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How do you rate the Fringe episode "One Night In October"?

29 Comments:

Xindilini said...

While Olivia memorized the license plate, it was the other Olivia who noticed the photo missing, knowing the John had alluded their watch. Huh?

Dartwith said...

why is the alternate broyles still alive?

Ron E. said...

Presumably because after the red universe kidnapped Olivia in this timeline, she was returned/was able to return without Colonel Broyle's help. So Walternate didn't use him to bring Fauxlivia back to the red universe in revenge.

This was one of the best non-mythology episodes of the show imo.

Anonymous said...

What's with repeating names that have already been used? last week it was the witness, Olivia. Now it's John. For such a crative team, can't they come up with other names?
J

Xindilini said...

If the guest actor's name was not John, it would be something else.

Jardien3 said...

Anyone know what Mozart piece Walter was listening to?

Fringie6989 said...

Mind-blowing episode! Anna was amazing in this one, really took her acting abilities to a whole new level with the almost constant Olivia/Fauxlivia interaction. Walter was once again heartbreaking with the exception of calling Lincoln, "Kennedy." I'm beyond anxious for Peter to come back but especially in light of seeing how much Walter is suffering, and Olivia too beyond her tough facade. Though he himself wasn't in the episode until the very end, his presence and lack thereof was still very much noticeable with Walter covering up the reflective surfaces and the palatable fear when Walter turned off his light. It sounds like Peter is scared and trapped in limbo.

milostanfield said...

@ Jardien3:

I believe it was part of Mozart's Requiem, which, legend has it, was composed, and only partially completed by Mozart on his deathbed.

Lots of legend and myth surrounds that time in his life, including his seeing a "messenger from another world" at his door. (Hmmm. Walter hearing Mozart, then hearing Peter, not seeing him, at the end of this ep). Mozart was gravely ill and Walter ain't feeling so hot either.

It was also claimed that another composer, Salieri, was poisoning Mozart, the basis for the play and movie "Amadeus". Though much of this is probably not historically true, it's a good movie if you like M. and that time.

Back in the 70's - 80's there were Marantz cassette tape print ads showing a guy hunkered down in a big chair with music blasting him from a huge bank of speakers right in front of him. You could not open an issue of Rolling Stone without seeing this ad. Walter struck the exact same pose. Thought it was funny.

Does anybody know what the music was that accompanied the dead dove flight in the last ep? I think it was the same music (20th century ballet?) that was used in "Marionette" when that guy was animating the dead girl.

richard said...

What was in the wood box in the barn that the woman (Miriam?) showed to the psychologist when she was protecting him as a child?

milostanfield said...

@ richard

Dead things. Small animals that the over here John was killing, like his counterpart over there. Marjorie found them, and confronted him with love, helping him grow past it. The OT John got the crap beat out of him for three days by his dad. Different strokes for different folks.

Anonymous said...

What was this? The guest character was very good, no doubt, but what has this show turned into? It was one huge request for the Peter/Olivia and Lincoln/Altlivia shippers to keep watching, because they are a sure thing. Fine, now that we know they will totally happen OMG, can we move on to solving the Peter mystery and stop dealing with that with vague inane references?

Anonymous said...

I loved it when Walter called Lincoln, "Kennedy". I hope this continues and Walter keeps calling him by other president's names like "Nixon", "Cleveland" or "Adams" and etc. Calling Astrid different variations of her name always gives me a smile/laugh and I think Lincoln's reactions to being called by other president's name and his growing frustration would be just as funny. And as much as I miss Peter like crazy, the beginning of this season is *awesome*! It's like Fringe has started all over again but we have all the details so we can just jump right into the juicy story lines. I missed the classic Fringe science events that we saw in season 1. And the suspense of Peter's return and what that will entail is *so* suspenseful, I LOVE it! This season is making me think this will be my favorite of the series so far! Awesome job writers, actors and crew!

Anonymous said...

Anyone notice the Titanic is still in the alternate universe?

Stephen

Nj said...

Does this all mean that William Bell is still alive like Alt Broyles??
And all those Enemies like David Robert Jones?
And One of the Killed Observer?
It should be like that when Alt Broyles is alive too, right?

Jardien3 said...

@milostanfield
Wow - thanks so much and thanks for putting the significance into context for me!

Anonymous said...

does anyone know the name of the classical piece that walter was listening to in the chair during the show

Xindilini said...

I believe milostanfield has mentioned already above, that it's part of Mozart's Requiem.

Riley said...

I just loved watching Olivia interact with Fauxlivia in this episode. Anna Torv did such a fantastic job. It seems so real that I often forget that its the same actress instead of two separate people.

Anonymous said...

the Titanic?? I totally missed that :/

Anonymous said...

George from Mexico.

Great, great review. Fringe is all about humans feelings. Love it.

I just have a question, what was in te wood box in the Barn that Marjorie had? (somethig dark, bad?)

Elizabeth said...

I didn't see the titanic...I did see that the creep over there had a large zeppelin model among all his collectibles...which would make sense since they still use them for travel...

Elizabeth said...

@ milostanfield...the cassette tapes we used to use back then were called MAXELL, it was that famous commercial that Walter was emulating...you must be a Youngin' ! :-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DP89iMe0BY&feature=player_embedded

Anonymous said...

The Titanic is docked along the river.

http://www.fringefiles.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pid=76201&fullsize=1

Stephen

Elizabeth said...

Wow! Looks like the Titanic to me! What an eye you have!!!

Donald F Tanner said...

I simply dont understand how or why alternate agent Broyles is still alive, when it was clearly him that died in season 3! If this was not true then why was our aqgent Broyles told that he better not look at the mangled dead body of his alternate after alternate Olivia was transported back to her universe? Are they using "creative liscence" here or just playing with our minds?

donaldftanner@gmail.com

Elizabeth said...

@Donald:
The "over there" Agent Broyles we presume is still alive because his mass didn't have to be exchanged for Olivia's in order for her to come back to our side. Maybe she made it back a different way? We have to wait for an explanation for that one...Also, according to Walter, she was kidnapped...not like her going there on her own and not being allowed to leave, which is what happened. Anyone else have any ideas?

tvnut014 said...

Anyone else wondering if Elizabeth Bishop is alive, or if she isn't the reason behind her death this time? Afterall, she committed suicide because she couldn't handle the truth about Peter...

mrwickey said...

Does anyone know if the doppelganger (killer) made a switch and had the professor kill himself ? seems to me that would be a 'productive' storyline...

milostanfield said...

Titles as answers:

Where is Peter Bishop?
"Neither Here Nor There" (currently not in any timeline)

When will he return?
"One Night In October" (by Halloween)

How will he arrive?
"Alone In The World" (It won't be easy at first)

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