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A Better Human Being
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Season: 4 Episode: 13
Air Date: 17 Feb 2012
Written by: Robert Chiappetta (story)
Glen Whitman (story)
Monica Owusu-Breen (teleplay)
Alison Schapker (teleplay)
Directed by: Joe Chappelle
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Harrison Thomas as Sean Keenan
John Aylward as Owen Frank

Mark Gash as Daniel Greene
Allison Hossack as Bernadette
Sandra Ferens as Mrs. Keenan
Yasmin Abidi as Attending Nurse
David. B. Brown as Cashier
Colby Chartrand as Silbiger
Joel McGowan as Hive #1
Matt MacDonald-Bain as Hive #2
Shawn Robidoux as Hoodie
Jason Duiven as Jacket
Anna Van Hooft as Nina’s Assistant
Viv Leacock as Police Officer
Donny Lucas as Orderly Sam
Munish Sharma as Orderly Charles

Next: The End Of All Things
Previously: Welcome To Westfield
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction

A Better Human Being is the thirteenth episode of the fourth season of FRINGE. It first aired on 17 February, 2012. The science team investigates a patient at a mental hospital who appears to be connected to a series of murders. Olivia channels all of the experiences and feelings her counterpart felt and had for Peter. Nina's involvement in the grand scheme begins to reveal itself.

Synopsis

Prologue
  In Olivia's apartment, she and Peter sit down to have a heart-to-heart talk about what just happened - the big ol' romantic kiss she just buried in his face. His first concern is if she is alright, or not. Olivia feels fine - the big kiss just felt like the normal thing to do. She knows that they have only been acquainted for three months, and is aware of their less than romantic status - maybe she is suffering from some residual effects from Westfield.
♪"I Kissed A Boy And I Liked It" ♪
Peter is still concerned... Walter should have a look at her. Somewhat embarassed by her actions, Olivia insists that she does not need Walter's attention. Sorry for the kiss. Olivia is tired and needs rest. Peter offers to hang-around just in case she needs help. Olivia declines the friendly support, but Peter wants Walter to look at her in the morning, if she still feels like she has been lately. Peter excuses himself for the night and Olivia politely closes the door as he leaves. Seconds later, she turns and visualizes the romantic glimmer that Peter's Olivia experienced when they first became romantic.
  At the Mental Hospital in Deerfield, Massachusetts, Sean Keenan wanders around the darkened dining hall completely focused on the multiple voices that are rattling around his disoriented mind. Sean has no problem coaching the voices with the task they seem to be sharing – be quiet, it is almost time, etc.... The fact that he is alone in a health care institution doesn’t seem to diminish his participation in the felony home intrusion by three men in Douglaston, New York. Sean sees, senses and hears what the three men are seeing, sensing and hearing as they enter the house of their intended target. In his kitchen, homeowner Michael Greene is ready for his late night snack, a bag of popcorn. Greene’s biggest concern, while he is silently stalked, is how to avoid burning his fingers on
Killer Bees On The Loose
the piping hot treat. Sean vocalizes his concern for the tactics he senses are in-play. Fan out. Be careful. The target is approaching. Sean’s theatrics at the hospital are discovered by a friendly staffer trying to get her patients settled-in for the night. Sean isn’t focused on his own situation as he is escorted to his room, he is still keenly visualizing the crime-in-progress in Douglaston. Greene is encircled by his attackers and backs up the staircase to avoid conflict - and the large knife that was brandished. At the top of the stairs, one of the attackers ambushes the homeowner and slings a plastic bag over his head. As the three men swarm to suffocate Michael Greene, one accidently catches the business end of the knife and suffers a bad cut. The relatively cooperative Sean Keenan simultaneously goes into a frenzy – as if he had endured the injury himself. It takes an additional hospital staffer to get Sean to his bed and hold him down while he is sedated. The effect of the sedative is almost immediate, but before he sleeps, Sean verbalizes his final vision of the night - the target is dead - the attack is over.

ACT I

  The next day, at the hospital in Deerfield, the science team has converged to try and understand why Sean Keenan has such incite about a fatal home invasion 140 miles south of the facility. How was Schizophrenia Patient Keenan able to account for a brutal crime as it was happening? Walter, no stranger
Who Is To Say My Friend Here Is NOT Orbiting Venus Right Now... Aspirin?
to mental health care institutions, waits with a new "differently-abled" friend for Astrid to collect him. Keenan has been in hospitals for the past three years, since he was fourteen. At Deerfield, the third facility he has called home, Keenan has never had grandiose or violent hallucinations. His visualization of the crime the night before is the first time he has acted so demonstratively. Olivia is having 'a time of her own' as a flash of memory floods her senses - visualizing herself and Peter walking through the halls of St. Claire's Hospital, years earlier. Sean meets the task force investigators and has one question... are the voices he hears in his head real? Olivia doesn't know enough to answer his question and asks Sean if he recognizes a photo of the victim. Sean does not - and assures everyone that he had no part in Greene's death... the voices were responsible. Lee takes a softer tone,
Here Are Sean’s Records. Just Wink, Then Nod Your Head Once. I Can Have The Paperwork Here In Five Minutes To Commit Doctor Bishop....
they know he wasn't involved in the home invasion. The next question is - does Sean currently hear the voices? He does not, but the voices do come and go. Walter narrows the focus of questioning. Do the voices ever come from inanimate objects, like a tree or a wall? No. The voices Sean hears are always from inside his head. He recognizes eight or nine of them - and it can be weeks at a time when he does not hear them. During the murder the night before, he only heard three voices. And one of the voices said it had been hurt, and needed to clean-up its cut wound before getting on the subway train. Sean can't pinpoint the subway station because the sedative he was given wiped him out before he could hear anything further. Lee gets busy with a call to the Transit Authority... they may be able to search the stations near the victim's home for anything helpful. Walter is still curious about the voices - do they talk to Sean. No. They don't talk to Sean at all... only to one another. Walter has an idea. If Sean would be willing to stop his medications, it might help clear-up his memory and help the investigation. Later, as Astrid collects Sean's medical records, Walter suggests that the professional diagnosis of Sean, schizophrenia, is fundamentally flawed. The voices he hears don't persecute him. In fact they aren't even related to him at all. Sean may actually be hearing the real thoughts of other people - a psychological symbiotic bond, or even mental telepathy. Sean may not be delusional. The fact that Sean is at the hospital voluntarily may make it easier for Olivia to convince his physician to stop his drug regime. Before she can tend to that task, Olivia has another memory flash. Still at St. Claire's, she and Peter prepare to extract Walter to aid the Fringe Task Force... something that they
Can I Look Around? I Wanna Look Around. Please Let Me Look Around? ... Has Someone Been Baking Brownies?
did not previously do in this timeline.

  At his campus home in Cambridge, Peter answers the knock at his front door. Olivia has stopped by for an evening visit - not necessarily weird, but she does want to look around his quarters - if he doesn't mind too much. Not a problem for Peter... is she feeling alright? Immediately, Olivia starts to channel all of the memories she has been inundated with lately: Walter sleeping in the family room, the 6B case, William Bell, transiting universes with her innate ability, the Jacksonville ordeal - even the passion they shared. Olivia remembers all of his Olivia's memories - particularly the fear they shared when he stepped into the ancient device to bridge the two universes. Peter is at a loss trying to cope with her issues... something must be wrong with her. She knows better - she remembers everything they had together.

ACT II

  In Walter's Lab, Olivia finally takes a few minutes to satisfy Peter's concern for her health and get the check-up he feels that she needs. Walter has her rest in an examining
I Said Wash - Trim - Dry, Walter. No Manicure. No Pedicure. Now Stop With The Twenty Questions
chair with some electrodes attached so he and Peter can monitor her brain activity as she answers some questions. Olivia is not intimidated by, or worries much about, the migration she has been experiencing with her memory. She remembers her first trip to see Walter (in her timeline) but also recounts why Peter was there too... though he wasn't. Olivia also remembers that she was alone, and got lost along the way to extract Walter from St. Claire's. Walter postulates that her empathic nature is making an account of both realities - drawing from Peter his recollection of his first trip to St. Claire's with Olivia from his timeline. Peter denies any influence in the matter, regardless of Walter's theory that some form of thought transference is channeling his memories into her psyche. Agent Lee returns to the lab with news of the murder investigation - bloody paper towels were found in a subway restroom near the murder scene in New York. Walter looks at the DNA results and immmediately recognizes an anomaly, a chromosomal spur in the sequence is identical to Sean Keenan's DNA sequence... incredibly rare for one person alone, but together, suggests a familial relation (half-brothers) between Sean and the killer. Is Sean hearing the thoughts of the trio of assassins because they are his brothers? Olivia knows where to start asking questions - Sean's mother - Walter's lab tests can wait until later. Dunham and Lee leave the lab to get started on the case while Peter and Walter remain behind. Peter draws fire from Walter on the Olivia issue. Peter vows he is not involved with her metamorphic issues. Walter suspects otherwise, and with all of the diplomacy of a dropped bowling ball on a small toe, he tells Peter he believes he is the one influencing Olivia - and it's wrong.
No Mrs. Keenan - We Are Not Here To Sell You AMWAY
In Florence, Massachusetts, Dunham and Lee join Sean's mother at her home, hoping to find some information that might explain the DNA evidence that suggests Sean is hearing voices of young men that may be brothers of his. Mrs. Keenan is a little stunned to find out that Sean's schizophrenia, something that he has been treated for most of his adult life, may have been inaccurately diagnosed. But what else could it be - someone claiming to constantly hear voices? Mom and Dad Keenan only had the one child, but that was because they were infertile and had to implant using in-vitro. Sean may indeed have half-brothers... but that would be from his anonymous biological father. Doctor Owen Frank was the specialist that performed the impregnation techniques... he came with good references from a friend and was noted for enlisting quality donors. Keenan finds it odd that she was contacted only a few days on the same topic - a reporter named Daniel Greene was interested in some sort of a piece on I.V.F., but he never called back after he left his initial message. In case Greene does call her back, Keenan has some of the paperwork about her pregnancy ready for him to review. When Keenan leaves the room to retrieve the files,
Local Hero Caught In Murder "Sting"
Lee asks the leading question in his mind - was Greene killed because of the story he was writing? Olivia can't say, but next they will need to talk to Greene's editor, and anybody else he interviewed on the subject of lab-generated procreation.
  In a comfortable, well-appointed retirement facility, the days news plays on the big screen television in the lounge. 'Local hero Daniel Greene, an acclaimed author and journalist, was found dead in his Douglaston...' -- the caregiver watching the newscast along with Doctor Owen Frank is
I Am No Doctor, Sean. But You Are A Slow Eater. The Voices Stop Because Everyone Has Left
more curious about the topic of suffocation, than he is concerned for the victim on TV. The gravitas of the murder weighs heavy on Frank - he needs to return to his room.

  Back in the dining hall at Deerfield Hospital, Sean and Astrid sit in front of their serving trays as a few of the patients there loiter about and finish-off their midday meal. Sean has a voracious appetite and can't seem to get enough food in his mouth between words. Astrid explains to Sean that his incredible hunger is one of the side effects of the detoxification regime he agreed to with Walter. Sean does find enough time between mouthfuls to share a few coherent, well-placed words -- he thinks Astrid is pretty. She politely accepts his compliment and candidly answers his next question - Yes. She does trust Walter. Almost on cue, Walter's detox plan seems to be working just fine when Sean starts to hear the voices again - minus the fog of the medications he was taking. Astrid wants to know what he is hearing as they sit there. Sean can't distinguish anything in the clutter - now there are too many voices.

ACT III

  Still in his lab, Walter is processing a hair sample from Olivia to see if he can find anything in her genetic make-up that has changed. The only other priority right now is tea... with honey.
Wait. I Do Remember This Scar. That's From The Night You Asked Me To Wear That Red Wig And...
Hmmm? Honey! Olivia is on the phone in her office doing some research of her own with the American Medical Association. The clinic that Doctor Owen Frank operated closed ten years ago, but she can't find a more recent address on the man, and the AMA doesn't have anything more current either. Maybe some of his old billing expenses at the clinic will give them a new avenue to research. Peter is glad to help along those lines. Olivia's memory is still a challenge - she notices a scar on Peter's hand and can't remember the circumstances surrounding the injury. Yeah. That was just a month ago, a very recent event - and she can't place it. Not good, but still a good time to hold hands. Walter joins the troupe - he has a breakthrough idea. In the main lab, Walter has a large jar of bees. Bees, numbering in the thousands, can communicate over long distances... coordinating and responding uniformly. Sean and his half-brothers must be linked in a telepathic network that allows them to form and maintain a collective identity. A hive mind, if you will, bent on overall survival of the group. Olivia takes a call and learns that Owen Frank is living in a retirement palace not too far away. Peter joins her for the short drive, but not before Walter lends him the stink-eye of disapproval.
  Just outside of Roxbury, Olivia and Peter are directed through the retirement home's dayroom to the side of Owen Frank. The retired medico has just started in on the afternoon newspaper when Olivia flashes her badge and ID. Frank is all about the cooperation and freely admits the dead journalist in the news stopped in recently to research the work Frank had conducted in his old clinic.
You Know Olivia, If He Uses 'Hubris' And 'God' In The Same Sentence - He Is Just As Crazy As Walter. Five Bucks Says He Does. \ Oh Peter. Stop
He suspects they have killed again. That peaks Olivia's attention. Frank isn't certain about the culprits, but has a good idea about the motivation. He had another writer, a few years back, lined-up to document the research he, Frank, had conducted more than a decade earlier. That guy was stabbed, and died, the day before they were supposed to start archiving Frank's genetic research. Now - there is no way this death is a coincidence. The real work of the clinic wasn't just fertilization enhancement for the conception-challenged... it was DNA manipulation - to create 'better' human-beings. The trio retires to Frank's room for a more private chat. Frank has a few scraps of his old clinic paperwork in a small filebox, but the majority of his research is in a commercial storage locker. His clients all received the fertilization treatment they asked for - successful pregnancies and healthy babies, but during the process, Frank was reintroducing genetic content from other species that would instill animalistic instincts and abilities that mankind has evolved away from. Including telepathic traits. Frank can only assume the journalists that were murdered threatened some protective instinct from the now mature fetal 'experiments' - which number around 200 individuals. Frank doesn't believe they all can communicate with one another telepathically... different sample groups had different modifications. The one consistent thing among the entire test population is that they all enjoy identical paternal DNA. Peter senses he isn't hearing the full story here... wait a minute. Owen Frank! You are the father of all these genetically-altered young adults. Yes. Imagine the hubris - trying to improve upon God.
  Back in Deerfield, Sean paces the room as Astrid takes notes. The hive mind is swarming and Sean is getting the 9-1-1 from the others. They are in trouble and growing scared. The situation has them worried and feeling threatened.
Look Doctor Bishop. I Am Not Agent Timmy, Or Tommy, Or Terry... Whatever. If You Need Me To Drive You Somewhere - You Ask - Not Demand
Sean hears another voice join his hive mind - he is coming to join the others - once he bandages the knife wound from his last murder.

  Agent Lee joins Walter in the lab just as Olivia's lab sample results start to print-out for study. Walter doesn't like what he sees. Lee reports that Olivia and Peter know where Frank has stored his research and that they are on their way to recover it. Walter can't be bothered with that now - he needs Lee to haul him down to Liberty Island to confront Nina. He suspects he knows what is happening to Olivia.

ACT IV

  Agent Lee and Doctor Bishop make it to Liberty Island after dark and meet with Nina Sharp in the Massive Dynamic briefing room overlooking the laboratory that bridges the two universes. Walter is incensed
Yes Mistress Sharp. It Worked Just Like You Said - Make The Doctor Ask For Everything And Never Let Him Demand Anything
at his findings and the potential security breach associated with it. Olivia has been dosed with Cortexiphan - recently and repeatedly. Someone must have found out how to synthesize it. The chemical analysis from Dunham's lab tests are irrefutable. Agent Lee wants to see whatever remaining Cortexiphan stores that Massive Dynamic has. And no calling ahead - the fewer people who know about this the better, if this is a security breach. Walter remembers that he and William Bell numbered the Cortexiphan samples before they placed them in storage. It should be easy to determine if some have gone missing. Upset at what the two men are suggesting, Nina can't imagine that there has been a security breach on her side of the equation... the vault that the Cortexiphan has been stored in is biometrically-sealed, and she is the only one that can physically access it.
  With their flashlights in hand, Olivia and Peter search a large commercial storage lot in the Back Bay section of Boston for Unit F-2251. The walk and the cold air gets Olivia gabbing about their whole
<thinking> Peter Aloysius Bishop, I, Olivia Nicolette Dunham, SO Totally Live In Your Head Now. I've Set Up Camp And Am Never Leaving.
relationship deal and the mixed memories she is suffering. She is having as hard a time as he is dealing with it. Not trusting what she knows, or what she thinks she knows, and then looking at his uncertain body language, which confuses things more. That's a word Peter can agree to right now - confused. Olivia wants to keep a positive spin on the whole mash-up. She feels incredibly close to Peter and feels like she knows him better than anyone else in the world, so, if he could just reciprocate a little - behave naturally, and treat her like he knows her better than anyone in the world too... that would be great. The two find the storage unit they have been looking for and Olivia comments that the last time she had to pick the lock on a storage unit (Pilot), it was rigged with SemTex explosive plastique. Whoa. Peter has a revelation. Walter cannot possible be correct. Olivia has not been reading his memories into her own psyche. She could not have possibly learned about SemTex from him - because he is just hearing about it from her now, for the first time. He can't be projecting a memory of something he was never aware of. As emotionally ambivalent as Peter feels, Olivia is going to stay upbeat - she likes the way she feels about him. It doesn't intimidate her one bit. Olivia gets busy picking the padlock on the access door to Frank's storage unit and opens it in record time... easy to do when isn't actually locked.

  In Deerfield Hospital, Sean begins to channel a new set of actions and thoughts by his killer kin. Astrid follows along as Sean describes the latest connection. The group feels threatened and is going to kill again. This time a woman is among the multiple targets. Who are they after Sean?

  Inside Frank's storage locker, the contents, both hard and software have been pilfered and destroyed. Olivia answers here cellphone with just enough time to get a warning from Astrid - the killers know where she and Peter are and are targeting them. With seconds to spare, the Fringe investigators
Forgot - - To - - Program - - Compassion - - Gene - - In - - Hive - - Mind... aaarrrggh!
dive out of the path of a car speeding directly at them. The vehicle crashes into the storage hangar and two of the hive-minded killers jump out and attack Peter and Olivia. The two are quickly thumped and cuffed by the science team after their brief thuggery.

  The third target is about to receive police protection. The swing shift is holding down the fort at Frank's retirement facility when two uniformed law enforcers approach the front desk trying to locate him. Doctor Frank lives on the Third Floor and the facilitator at the front desk escorts the police there. Before his security detail can get to him, Owen Frank has two young male visitors step into his room. At first he thinks they are there to visit Dubrow, who had the room before he did. Then it strikes him - these are his sons. The boys don't bother to introduce themselves to Dad, they just suffocate him with a handy pillow. The two uniformed officers arrive too late - Frank is just starting rigor mortis. Lock down the building!

ACT V

 Settling in for the night at Deerfield,
Sean. Mind Your Mouth Around Your Mother Or I'll Go Get The Bug Spray
Sean Keenan is going through a bout of angst at having lost the multiple conversations occurring between his ears. He likes his TV loud and chaotic to fill the void, and snaps at his Mom when she turns the TV off for her own sanity. Astrid checks in on Sean before leaving and learns why he is so snippy. With the voices gone, he feels extraordinarily lonely. It was like having someone in the room with you - even if you couldn't see them, there was comfort in their presence. Astrid understands why Sean might be afraid of his new independence from the hive-mind... this is the first time in his entire life that he has been able to hear himself think above the din of his genetic compatriots. Astrid has gotten to know Sean fairly well in the past day - she is confident he has lots of great thoughts of his own.
 Wrapping-up things for the night, Olivia pulls into a gas station and stops at one of the pumps. Peter wants to know how she feels about the case... were the genetic mutants
Honestly, You Don't Remember That Olivia? You Absolutely Love To Fill The Tank And Clean The Windows While I Stay Warm In The Car
simply protecting their collective interests when they destroyed Owen Frank's research and then killed him? Olivia doesn't have an opinion, either pro or con. She still has their own interpersonal relationship rattling around her mind. If she remembers correctly, this would be the part of their day where the two of them would decide in whose home they were going to spend the night. She is certain of this memory, and doesn't want to ignore the possibility of returning to that level of intimacy. However, she doesn't want to corner Peter, or needlessly have him dismiss the possibility of them returning to the romantic aspect of their good friendship. Peter fesses-up. Returning to what they once had is all he has been thinking about too. And when he looks into her eyes, he just knows it's the same Olivia he once shared his alternate existence with. A romantic smooch and four nearly tearful eyes seal the deal - Olivia and Peter are officially an item again... for the first time. The romantic interlude is short-lived when a bladder
You See Walter. Your Strawberry 7-UP Is Exactly Where You Left It Before Entering Saint Claire's
check sees Olivia hurrying inside the convenience store to use the facilities.
  At Massive Dynamic Headquarters in central Manhattan, Nina leads Walter and Agent Lee into the high tech vault space containing the Cortexiphan. Behind the vault door and steel grating, a second-tier biometric security system keeps the wall vaults locked in the environmental conditions needed for the contents. Nina enters her codes then allows the sytem to scan in her one organic hand. A refrigerated locker opens a few yards away and the experimental drug is presented for inspection... all twenty vials. Nina declares the security problem solved - now what can be done to help Olivia with her Cortexiphan problem. Lee doesn't have any more information about Olivia than what he has already shared. Walter is skeptical about the Cortexiphan. Held up to the light - it looks like the real thing.
Well. At Least She Didn't Leave Me Holding Her Purse
A pop of the seal on a vial - it smells like the real thing. Hmmm? A quick taste test and - this is not Cortexiphan! It's potassium iodide with red food coloring. The Cortexiphan has been replaced.
  Back at the gas station, Peter has grown tired of waiting in the car for Olivia while she uses the 'Little Federal Agents' room inside the store. He comes inside and has a quick look around. The uni-gender toilet is unoccupied and the clerk at the cash register doesn't recall Olivia when Peter describes her.
Momma, Are We In 'County Lock-Up' Again For D-U-I? \ Yes Honey-Boo-Boo. I Believe We Are
Another check outside and Olivia isn't in the car, or even on the property... it seems she has just vanished.

 Abducted and groggy, Olivia regains a portion of her senses in a dilapidated room in an old abandoned institution. Strapped to an office chair with tie-wraps, Nina's distressed voice calls out to her. Facing Olivia, a few feet away, is Nina. She is similarly restrained and appears to be under as much duress as the Fringe Agent. Sisters in captivity, or so it seems.

Quotes

"I remember. Peter, I remember William Bell. I remember crossing over to bring you back. I remember Jacksonville and seeing you shimmer the first time we kissed. I remember... you - walking to the machine and getting inside and being scared that you were going to die. I remember it. I remember us. I remember everything." - Olivia (to Peter, recalling the events that previous timeline Olivia and Peter shared in his timeline)

"I can understand why silence would scare you. You're not used to being by yourself. But this is normal. It was so loud for you that you couldn't even hear yourself think. And I bet you have a lot of great thoughts." - Astrid (to Sean, giving him a fresh perspective about the absence of hive-minded voices in his head)

Trivia

General
  • The Observer walks past the cashier's window at the gas station as Peter goes inside to check on Olivia.
  • SLUSHO. Advertising for a new line of SLUSHO products - SLUSHO! Pops - is posted in the window at the convenience store where Olivia stops for fuel.

Previously

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    The "Killer Bees" mascot name on the exterior of Coolidge High School (Welcome To Westfield) foreshadows the revelation that the murderous trio eliminating those that know of their unique genetic profile are acting like Bees, using a collective (hive) mentality

Music

The Ghost Who Walks by Karen Elson

Glyphs


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  • How did the hive of half-brothers learn that Greene and Frank were planning to publish Frank's research about their genetic abilities?
  • Why was Olivia abducted?
  • Was Nina abducted, or complicit in Olivia's abduction?
  • Is Nina in the holding cell with Olivia, or is it a clone/shape-shifter?
    • If not, is it Nina Sharp from the alternate universe?

Episodes

Season 5 : Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11In AbsentiaThe RecordistThe Bullet That Saved The WorldAn Origin StoryThrough The Looking Glass And What Walter Found ThereFive-Twenty-TenThe Human KindBlack BlotterAnomaly XB-6783746The Boy Must LiveLibertyAn Enemy Of FateSeason 4 : Neither Here Nor ThereOne Night In OctoberAlone In The WorldSubject 9NovationAnd Those We've Left BehindWallflowerBack To Where You've Never BeenEnemy Of My EnemyForced PerspectiveMaking AngelsWelcome To WestfieldA Better Human BeingThe End Of All ThingsA Short Story About LoveNothing As It SeemsEverything In Its Right PlaceThe ConsultantLetters Of TransitWorlds ApartBrave New World, Part 1Brave New World, Part 2Season 3 : OliviaThe BoxThe PlateauDo Shapeshifters Dream Of Electric Sheep?Amber 314226955 kHzThe AbductedEntradaMarionetteThe FireflyReciprocityConcentrate And Ask AgainImmortality6BSubject 13OsStowawayBloodlineLysergic Acid Diethylamide6:02 AM ESTThe Last Sam WeissThe Day We DiedSeason 2 : A New Day In The Old TownNight Of Desirable ObjectsFractureMomentum DeferredDream LogicEarthlingOf Human ActionAugustSnakeheadGrey MattersUnearthedJohari WindowWhat Lies BelowThe Bishop RevivalJacksonvillePeterOlivia. In The Lab. With The Revolver.White TulipThe Man From The Other SideBrown BettyNorthwest PassageOver There, Part 1Over There, Part 2Season 1 : PilotThe Same Old StoryThe Ghost NetworkThe ArrivalPower HungryThe CureIn Which We Meet Mr. JonesThe EquationThe DreamscapeSafeBoundThe No-BrainerThe TransformationAbilityInner ChildUnleashedBad DreamsMidnightThe Road Not TakenThere's More Than One Of Everything

Transcripts

Season 5 : Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11In AbsentiaThe RecordistThe Bullet That Saved The WorldAn Origin StoryThrough The Looking Glass And What Walter Found ThereFive-Twenty-TenThe Human KindBlack BlotterAnomaly XB-6783746The Boy Must LiveLibertyAn Enemy Of FateSeason 4 : Neither Here Nor ThereOne Night In OctoberAlone In The WorldSubject 9NovationAnd Those We've Left BehindWallflowerBack To Where You've Never BeenEnemy Of My EnemyForced PerspectiveMaking AngelsWelcome To WestfieldA Better Human BeingThe End Of All ThingsA Short Story About LoveNothing As It SeemsEverything In Its Right PlaceThe ConsultantLetters Of TransitWorlds ApartBrave New World, Part 1Brave New World, Part 2Season 3 : OliviaThe BoxThe PlateauDo Shapeshifters Dream Of Electric Sheep?Amber 314226955 kHzThe AbductedEntradaMarionetteThe FireflyReciprocityConcentrate And Ask AgainImmortality6BSubject 13OsStowawayBloodlineLysergic Acid Diethylamide6:02 AM ESTThe Last Sam WeissThe Day We DiedSeason 2 : A New Day In The Old TownNight Of Desirable ObjectsFractureMomentum DeferredDream LogicEarthlingOf Human ActionAugustSnakeheadGrey MattersUnearthedJohari WindowWhat Lies BelowThe Bishop RevivalJacksonvillePeterOlivia. In The Lab. With The Revolver.White TulipThe Man From The Other SideBrown BettyNorthwest PassageOver There, Part 1Over There, Part 2Season 1 : PilotThe Same Old StoryThe Ghost NetworkThe ArrivalPower HungryThe CureIn Which We Meet Mr. JonesThe EquationThe DreamscapeSafeBoundThe No-BrainerThe TransformationAbilityInner ChildUnleashedBad DreamsMidnightThe Road Not TakenThere's More Than One Of Everything