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Alone In The World
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Season: 4 Episode: 3
Air Date: 07 Oct 2011
Written by: David Fury
Directed by: Miguel Sapochnik
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Evan Bird as Aaron Sneddon
Bill Sadler as Doctor Bruce Sumner

Matteo Stefan as Brian O'Toole
Connor Stanhope as Matt Mitnowitz
Pamela Diaz as Morgue Tech #1
Morris Chapdelaine as Morgue Tech #2
Gary Sekhon as Technician
Tristan Jensen as Agent #1
Paula Giroday as Agent #2
Monte Thompson as Flamethrower Tech

Next: Subject 9
Previously: One Night In October
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction

Alone In The World is the third episode of the fourth season of FRINGE. It first aired on 7 October, 2011. Two young bullies are found dead and have rotted to an advanced state of decomposition less than a day after disappearing. The team discovers an amorphous entity that refuses to be regulated. Walter's frail mental state is bolstered when he befriends the timid target of the bullies.

Synopsis

Prologue

  In his lab, Doctor Walter Bishop sits face-to-face with long-time caregiver Doctor Bruce Sumner and suffers through another monthly psychiatric evaluation. Recent events have left Walter on-edge and Sumner doesn't hesitate exploring the latest challenges Walter feels he is up against. Walter insists that he has been taking the new medications that were prescribed for him... with some personal modifications, of course. Well then, why is he so distracted? Walter dismisses the supposition - he has been heavily involved in some new experiments, that's all. Sumner knows better. The agents that are assigned to Walter have reported his fixation with his lab being haunted, covering all of the reflective surfaces in the place, and hearing strange voices. Oh that? It must be minor hallucinations from the tweaking he has done with his medications. It's been weeks since the last -- just then, the image of the man he has been seeing appears in the reflective cover of Sumner's clipboard -- weeks since the last time he saw the image that was haunting his lab. Sumner leans closer and emphasizes - it is important for Walter to be completely honest with him. He can't make an assessment on Walter's state of mind and continued care unless Walter is being honest.

 In Hyde Park, ten year-old Aaron Sneddon grows
Wooly Bully... Wooly Bully
tired from trying to elude two large, elementary school bullies who have him pegged as a snitch. Sneddon makes his way down a footpath in a secluded part of the park, lined with trees and vegetation. The two thugs, who intend to physically punish Sneddon when they catch him, follow their target into an unused and overgrown man-made bunker that once stored equipment used to maintain the park. After cornering Sneddon inside the abandoned space, and denying clemency to the much smaller boy, things go bad for the bullies. One of them feels something touch his leg. The other bully soon has the same problem. Whatever it is, it quickly covers them from toe-to-head, paralyzing them where they stand long enough for Aaron to run to safety.

ACT I

 At her workstation in the Situation Room at the
I Am A Little Freaked-Out “Doctor” Dunham. There Are NO Lenses In Your Reading Glasses!
Federal Building in Boston, Agent Olivia Dunham works on a hand-drawn sketch of the mystery man from her dreams while running facial-recognition software to see if the face has a name. Agent Lincoln Lee wanders in and finds Olivia - she needs to talk to him? Olivia hits a few keys on her keyboard so her new protegé can't see what she is working on, then takes a quick minute - yes, she did want to see him. How is the new guy doing?... handling all of the new weirdness that is Fringe, alright? She knows that it might be overwhelming to get accustomed to - when what you thought about the world no longer holds true. Agent Lee, a little stumped by the extra attention, is handling things okay. Nothing to freak-out about. Olivia just wants to be there for him if he needs to talk it out. Lee is fine with his new assignment... if he needs to talk about it - she'll be the first to know. Dunham takes the call on their new case in Hyde Park.
  Back at the point of confrontation
Walter! I'll Drive You Back To Saint Claire's Myself If You Don't Zip-It
in Hyde Park, the science team gathers outside of the underground storage area and receives an overview briefing from Broyles. The bodies of two boys were just found. Lincoln studies the corpses and wants to know how many months has it been since they went missing? Broyles tells Lee why this is a Fringe case - these rotten boys have been missing less than a day. Astrid has her video link to Walter up-and-running and Broyles wants to know what his shut-in scientist thinks. Walter is in a nasty mood following his monthly psych eval and fails to render one iota of politeness over his audio link to Astrid. Sniping the whole time, Walter doesn't immediately see any environmental factors that would explain the rapid decomposition of the boys. He needs to study their remains. What happened could be viral in nature, or some type of flesh-eating bacteria. Maybe it was Bigfoot! - Check for massive fecal droppings! Relaying Walter's comments to her supervisor, Broyles, Astrid makes a monumental effort to diplomatically diffuse Walter's ire. Sir, Walter doesn't have any theories. Inside the underground chamber where the bodies were found. Agent Lee finds a clue on the ground - footprints. A third set of small sneaker treads means a third child. A witness? Another victim? If so, they need to find him fast - he could be infected.

ACT II

  After one of the corpses has been delivered to his laboratory, Walter immediately gets to work on determining what caused it's rapid decomposition. The stench from the body bag is horrendous and Astrid needs to retrieve scented candles so she can continue to process the remains. Walter works on his civility and welcomes Broyles visit to his lab. Broyles is not there for the initial findings on the corpse, he is there to touch base with Walter following his evaluation with Doctor Sumner the evening prior. Sumner called Broyles, concerned with Walter's agitated state and reluctance to talk candidly. Walter wants to sidestep the issue, but loses his composure when the voice he has been hearing returns during his chat with Broyles - The voice needs Walter to listen to him - Where is Walter? The voice can hear Walter. The voice is scared and wants to come home. What Broyles and Astrid see is a colleague in the middle of what appears to be a psychotic melt-down; Walter trying to talk over a voice only he hears, flinching at the imagined, closing his eyes and unsuccessfully trying to focus on the lab conversation. After the voice stops - Walter has no problem conveying his request to his stunned colleagues, he needs the second corpse to see if one of the boys was a carrier. Broyles takes a call from Olivia. She and
Aaron's Fascination
Lee have found the third child from Hyde Park. A fourth child knew about the bullying that was planned against Aaron Sneddon and confided in the principal. The two FBI agents find Sneddon sitting alone in a busy school cafeteria, engrossed in his notebook sketching.
 Later, after Aaron Sneddon has been brought to the lab, Olivia briefs Broyles on the situation. Sneddon is ten years-old and fatherless. His mother, who works a lot, is out of the country and has left him in the care of a neighbor in their apartment complex. Sneddon's Principal says that Aaron is a quiet child and doesn't have many friends. Broyles has more tasks for Olivia and Lee - he needs them to gather the second corpse from the morgue so Walter can gain a more thorough picture on what they are up against. Before she leaves, Olivia sits and chats with Aaron. Aaron, under the close scrutiny of Agent Lee, sits and continues to draw the images that best suit his fancy. Olivia wants Aaron to let Walter examine him, even though Aaron does not like doctors. Olivia tells Aaron that Walter isn't a scary Doctor...
- "Spore-Tacular" - Is Not How I Would Describe It Walter
however, that observation comes into question when Walter walks in and greets Aaron wearing autopsy attire, a face shield and is covered in blood. Walter has no idea about the image he is presenting and directs Aaron to take off his shirt and hop on the table. Aaron doesn't like shots. Walter quibbles - a shot is when they deposit something into you - this is more of a withdrawal, he needs a blood sample. Walter is quick, but caring, with the ten year-old. The blood draw is quick and painless. Walter runs the sample over to the centrifuge and pays no attention to the young man as he starts to test the blood. There are lots of child-friendly distractions around the lab and the unattended Aaron finds a small action figure that catches his eye. Walter notices where the boy's attention has gone and angrily grabs the toy from his hand. Realizing his unwarranted aggression toward the innocent boy, Walter immediately apologizes. It is just that the small toy belonged to a son he once had - a son who died. Astrid has been working on the corpse and summons Walter when something strange happens. One of the candles she had blew-out when she moved it close to the body. She demonstrates it again for Walter to see. Astrid runs the lambda sensor over the body, which indicates that the corpse is pulling large amounts of oxygen out of the air. Walter looks closely at the torso with a magnifying glass and issues critical orders. Grab the incubation chamber and get the cadaver into it - NOW! Just seconds after they heave the rotting bully into the enclosure and seal it - the corpse explodes into a a fine, chalky cloud of mold-like spores. It appears that a very aggressive fungi is responsible. Astrid anticipates the worst possible outcome... the other dead boy may react the same way - and Olivia and Lincoln are about to sign it out of the morgue.
 Approaching the elevator that will get them to the floor the morgue is on, Olivia and Lee get the excited message from Astrid... get everyone out of the morgue and lockdown that area - the body from Hype Park is going
Olivia - We Never Had Smog This Bad Back In Connecticut
to explode and release spores! Olivia and Lee run through the busy hallways with their new directive, while Astrid calls the morgue to give them a heads-up on the problem they may soon be facing. One of the two technicians in the morgue is busy eating his lunch, so he has no interest in answering the phone. The other technician is busy on the other side of the room, and it takes awhile for her to get to the phone. The technician finds time to interrupt his lunch when he spies the torso of the corpse starting to visibly puff and swell. Astrid's warning doesn't make it in time, and neither do the two FBI agents dashing through the corridors. Dunham and Lee do arrive in time to see the explosion through the safety glass as the room fills with fine, airborne spores. The two technicians are having trouble breathing and are soon overcome. Lee wants to dash inside and help them, but Olivia stops him before he can open the door. They need to lockdown the area to prevent further contamination - and there is no helping the two inside the room, they are already as good as dead.

ACT III

Hey! Fungus Amongus! I Am NOT A 'Red-Shirt' - We Are DEVO
← Once the area around the morgue has been locked-down and a Fringe response unit has arrived, Broyles joins Dunham and Lee in bio-hazard suits so they can enter the room and see what they are up against. Walter and Astrid listen-in from the lab so they can assist, as needed. The morgue already has long dark tendrils along the walls and over other surfaces as the aggressive fungi seeks nutrition. Broyles knows that Walter has been testing a sample culture in the lab and asks what he thinks. Walter believes it may be a genetically-mutated cordyceps fungi with hyper-accelerated growth and absorption qualities. It may also have routine qualities like paralytic toxins that allow it to neutralize a potential host to feed on and nurture its' spores. Of course, small insects are normally the target, not humans. Walter thinks that the instinct mechanism in the fungi is very basic. As long as you don't touch it, it probably won't react to your presence. Agent Lee continues around the room and finds the fungi is making its' way out of the room through one of the sinks. The biologist in Walter is thrilled with this extraordinary species - actively seeking water and nutrients, the strong impulse to branch-out. The public servant in Broyles isn't so thrilled - how do we kill this menace? Strong ultra-violet light kills most mold and fungi. The order goes out to get as many U.V. lamps as they can find into the morgue. Olivia thinks of the next step... that underground colony that killed the two bullies - it may be too large to go after with ultra-violet light - she is voting to go with the flame-thrower option.
  In his lab, Walter shares Aaron's blood test results with him. Good news - there is no sign of infection from the organism, Aaron is free to return home. Astrid will be able to take him there shortly.
One More Crack About Mental Institutions And You'll Get A Fungi-Shake
Walter senses that doesn't fit into Aaron's definition of 'good news'... the neighbor lady he stays with while his mother is traveling never speaks to him. Aaron is lonely and has no one to interact with. Walter knows what that is like - this lab is his home - he has no family either. Walter takes it upon himself to enliven Aaron's solitary existence - Aaron can stay in the lab with him for a little bit longer, if he wants to. Be warned though, Walter is a very busy scientist and may not have much time to spend with Aaron. Naturally, that harsh assessment evaporates after only a few minutes, when Walter turns on some music and whips-up some strawberry milkshakes in the blender. The party-hats also help with the festive atmosphere. Now on a first name basis with Doctor Bishop, Aaron asks Walter about his son that died. The festive mood deflates somewhat, but Walter explains how Peter was very sick, then died right before the cure was discovered. Aaron isn't prepared for what he hears next - Walter traveled to an alternate universe, kidnapped their version of his dead son, then lost that child in a drowning accident as soon as he returned to this universe. Aaron asks frankly... and Walter believes he does not belong in a mental institution? At least they have milkshakes for now.
 Agents Dunham and Lee join the eradication team in Hyde Park just as they are literally about to shed some light on the fungal colony that has established itself in the underground chamber. On the walls that are visible, the organism has branched out over several surfaces and doesn't appear to be much to deal with. Some odd drawings highlight a few of the tendril arms of the mold... like a child with sidewalk chalk has been there to
Wow. We're Going To Need A Bigger Flame-Thrower
decorate. Once the floodlights are on, Lee finds a large crack in the wall and inspects the source of the colony. The organism is significant and almost entirely fills the side chamber. Aaron and Walter had been doing fine together back at the lab, but once the flood lights are activated, Aaron becomes overwhelmed by the brightness that the organism is sensing, miles away in Hyde Park. The branching tendrils of the fungal colony move quickly to extinguish the painful light source. In only a few seconds, the organism scales the tripod that holds the floodlights and destroys the large bulbs mounted on it. In the secluded side-tunnel, Lee can see that the grating on the floor of the chamber may be allowing the fungus to escape. Olivia issues an immediate directive - burn it all!

 Aaron has collapsed on the lab floor and Walter needs Astrid to join him and help. Sneddon is burning with fever and is nearly unresponsive. Walter starts to explain how Aaron was complaining of the excessive brightness, then realizes what is happening. The ten year-old is somehow linked to the organism in the bunker - and is suffering from the eradication effort that has just been initiated by Olivia. Walter calls her on her cell phone as she watches one of her people wield a flame-thrower against the fungal colony. Walter orders her to stop - she is killing young Aaron.

ACT IV

 Walter and Astrid tend to Aaron's medical condition - a dangerously high core temperature. Aaron is physically overwhelmed, but seems to be doing better as he soaks in a tub that is getting liberal amounts of ice added to it. Walter talks to Olivia and Agent Lee after they call from Hyde Park looking for
Awww. Come On Lee. It's Not Sexual Harassment When A Woman Tells That Joke
answers to their dilemma. Aaron is not infected, but his malady precisely coincided with the burning of the colony. Walter is certain there is a connection between Aaron and the Hyde Park colony, even though the eradication at the morgue had no impact on the young man. Olivia wants to know how they might break the connection Aaron has with the colony, when they fail to understand how the connection was ever established. After Aaron's temperature is lowered and they get him into dry clothes, he gets the chance to curl-up in Walter's office and rest on a couch. Astrid watches over him as Walter joins them for a chat. Walter is certain Aaron has lied. The bunker is full of drawings just like the ones Aaron has created in his notebook, but, Aaron claims that he had never been to the tunnel before being chased there by the bullies. Walter doesn't buy it. Aaron goes to that tunnel a lot. Aaron concedes - he goes there often to get away, it makes him feel better, and less alone. Aaron feels like he is understood when he is near the colony, like it wants to protect him. With that tidbit, Walter verbalizes the worst case scenario - Aaron led the bullies to the tunnel intentionally. The accusation rips into Aaron and he sobs in remorse - he swears that he didn't know his two schoolmates were going to lose their lives. Walter believes Aaron, and tells him so... it wasn't a malicious act. Walter thinks he now understands what they are facing - he needs to see Agent Dunham.
 After Agents Dunham and Lee return to the lab, Walter takes a few minutes to explain his new take on the threat they are facing. His initial hypothesis must have been wrong. They aren't dealing with a fungal colony, what they have encountered is a single organism with rapidly evolving communication skills. It appears the masses that it creates are like individual brain cells, equivalent to a neuron. The tendrils that link those masses seem to act as dendrites and synapses in a brain. They are dealing with a single living entity, and for the sake of clarity, Walter is calling it Gus. The reason Aaron wasn't harmed when they eradicated the morgue was because the colony growing there was unable to connect to the network... it was a mindless appendage. The science of it all excites
Nope. I Know He Was Homeless, But Nobody Could Smell This Bad
Walter - as the entity grows, it becomes more intelligent, more self-aware, and ever more conscious of how alone in the world it is. Maybe the reason it bonded with Aaron was because it sensed his loneliness too. Broyles calls with new information, another victim was found six miles from Hyde Park. The fungus climbed out of a grating close to where a homeless man had set-up camp. Broyles has also learned that a major chunk of Boston's sewer system runs underneath the area where the fungus escaped - they need to start eradication procedures now, or face a major infestation. Walter is more worried about Aaron. He needs time to determine how to break the empathic link Sneddon shares with Gus. Peter might die if Broyles acts now! Olivia points out that Walter means Aaron... right? Broyles gives his science team two hours to come up with a solution... they can't afford to have any more innocent people killed. Astrid gets started helping Walter reconfigure the neurostimulator for magnetic resonance, they will need to chart Aaron's brain activity. Dunham and Lee are on stand-by with orders to be ready to move out. Flamethrowers aren't going to be enough - they may need some additional help.

ACT V

  The coordinated response is coming together in Hyde Park with the arrival of a van carrying a potent toxin, courtesy of Nina and Massive Dynamic, that should eradicate the Cordyceps entity. Broyles briefs Dunham and Lee on the updated situation. Reconnaisance teams combed the city and have already
Brainwave Output Measurement Indications
evacuated a dozen contaminated buildings. No one has died yet, but the aggressive nature of the infestation means eradication needs to begin soon. Walter's time limit of two hours is almost over and he hasn't reported any progress yet. Olivia calls Walter in his lab to let him know they are really pressed for time. Walter has managed to isolate the brain activity of the entity, and it seems Aaron's pre-frontal lobe is the part of his brain that is so closely empathic. Walter isn't sure how to disconnect the bond that was established - nothing he has tried has led to a disconnect. He could surgically remove the infected part of young Aaron's brain, but that would be the equivalent of giving the lonely young lad a lobotomy. There isn't much time left for any other course of action. Broyles returns with news that a Midtown subway platform has been reached by the fungus. That two hour window that Broyles promised Walter has just been cancelled - they need to move now. Walter gets the update from Olivia, then heads to his office to contemplate his next action - lobotomizing a timid ten year-old, or watching him die empathically along with the entity.
  Inside of the chamber occupied by the large fungal mass, Dunham, Lee and the technician toting the toxin provided by Massive Dynamic, find a central mass to administer the lethal injection. Olivia gives the go-ahead, even though Aaron's life may be at risk. Almost immediately after the poisonous dose
Feels... Just Like... My Last... Performance Review... With... Nina Sharp
is injected, a large tendril grabs the technician and kills him. In the lab, Aaron immediately feels the shared pain, loses consciousness and slips toward death. Astrid retrieves Walter from his office - but Walter doesn't have any idea what he can do to help the young man. Suddenly, it strikes Walter that the organism may not have a hold on Aaron. When Olivia and Lee try to egress the chamber, another part of the organism grabs Lee and starts to paralyze his legs. Agent Lee isn't going anywhere.

  Walter and Astrid return to Aaron and Walter finds that Sneddon's Limbic System is also being influenced. Aaron is the one that has been influencing the intelligent fungus. Lee's situation is nearly fatal. Olivia is trying to manage in the enclosed space while Broyles musters a medical team to help Lee - the toxin doesn't seem to have changed anything. Walter is certain that the control Aaron exerts over the entity is based on his emotional state... Aaron needs to give-up the bond he has with the organism. Aaron resists the suggestion, but Walter finally convinces him - be courageous - trust what he is saying. Once Aaron deliberately releases control of the entity, Lee is released and the fungicide begins to take effect. Lee is feeling better, but Olivia seems a little freaked-out... light-heartedly remembering her earlier offer of support, Lee is there for her, you know - if she needs to talk about it.

ACT VI

  In the lab, Astrid rolls Aaron toward the exit in a wheelchair, then stops next to Walter for a few good-byes. Sneddon needs to go to the hospital to recover, and Walter has a gift for him to take along. Toys were meant to be played with and Walter wants Aaron to have the small figurine
Hey... Ummm... Doc? You've Got A Little Something In The Corner Of Your Eye
that he grabbed in anger from him earlier. Aaron accepts the gift that reminded Walter of his dead son and asks if Walter is going to go to the hospital with him. Walter can't - he has things to do in the lab. He says this as another haunting vision appears in the reflection of the wall unit containing the fire extinguisher. Once Walter is by himself, he retrieves a book, prepares a few simple medical instruments, then retires to his desk to study-up on the procedure he intends to follow. Later, Olivia returns to the lab, excited to talk to Walter about the good news with Aaron. Walter isn't in earshot, or isn't answering her hails. She looks around and finds Walter in his desk chair - with a long metal probe inserted into his skull next to his left eye. Olivia calmly approaches the scientist who just started giving himself a lobotomy and begins to render first-aid. Walter, coherent and alert, tells her he knows what he is doing. He doesn't want to be recommited to Saint Claire's, but he is certain that his hallucinations are a sign of insanity. He can't make the visions, or the voice, stop. Olivia has been having a recurring dream for three weeks that features one man - she has a sketch of him, but can't find him in any database. Walter recognizes her drawing as the man he has been haunted by. A shared vision like the one they share means only one thing to Walter - he is not crazy. If their shared vision is a real person, they need to locate this man.

Quotes

"You matter to me. I care, and I... And I don't want to lose you. I can't lose you. Not again. Aaron... I know how hard it is to make connections. I know what it is to be lonely. It takes courage to be the one to take someone else's hand, to trust that they won't leave you. I won't leave you, Aaron. And I'm begging you not to leave me. Please. Let it go. Let it go. Please. Let it go, son." - Walter (to Aaron, urging him to let go of the connection he forged with the fungi colony)

Trivia

General

The Observer walks in front of Walter's campus lab building as Olivia and Agent Lee begin to interview young Aaron Sneddon.

Previously

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    Professor McClennan's professional library (One Night In October) contains the book Killer Mindscapes by S. Pores, foreshadowing the mutated fungi that established a connection with Aaron Sneddon's mind and killed through sporulation

Music

Mighty Quinn by Manfred Mann {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | http://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/manfred-mann/id300362881 }} • I Can Help by Billy Swan {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-best-of-billy-swan/id162326534 }}

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Episodes

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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