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Brown Betty
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Season: 2 Episode: 20
Air Date: 29 Apr 2010
Written by: Jeff Pinkner
Joel Wyman
Akiva Goldsman
Directed by: Seith Mann
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Lily Pilblad as Ella
Ari Graynor as Rachel
Michael Cerveris as The Observer
Ryan McDonald as Brandon

Erica Van Briel as Nina's Assistant
Sarah Ann Hayward as Hiring Nurse
Tom Pickett as Singing Corpse #1
John Prowse as Singing Corpse #2
Candus Churchill as Singing Corpse #3

Next: Northwest Passage
Previously: The Man From The Other Side
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction

Brown Betty is the twentieth episode of the second season of FRINGE. It first aired on April 29, 2010. Olivia is watching Ella for the day, but has to work. She leaves her niece in the capable hands of Astrid and Walter at the lab. Not shy to the task, Walter spins a wild fable to entertain the young lady.

Synopsis

Prologue
  In his office at Harvard, Walter Bishop sits alone at his desk listening to music and smoking from a water pipe. Feeling better about himself, he is motivated and begins to properly label many of the supplies in his lab -- under the watchful eye of Gene. Astrid Farnsworth joins Walter as he finishes his morning chore and Walter announces that he decided it was time to get organized. Astrid recognizes Walter's other recent activity... smoking marijuana. She tells him that she knows how he is feeling and assures him that Peter will return - he just needs some time. Walter bolsters that it is important to take control of one's life. Olivia Dunham enters the lab and Walter immediately asks if there is any news about Peter. Olivia has some leads that she would like to follow up, but needs some support... in marches Ella, Olivia's niece. Ella says hello to everyone and ventures to the refrigerator to retrieve a snack. Rachel is in Chicago for the weekend and Olivia agreed to look after Ella. However, Olivia can't take Ella with her to track down the leads she has on Peter and was wondering if Ella could stay with Walter and Astrid in the lab. Walter doesn't believe he could possibly look after a child in his intoxicated state. Astrid sets Walter straight, Olivia probably wants her to watch after
Daycare Diva Demands Detective Drama
Ella, not him. Ella meets Gene in the laboratory stable and Walter rushes to intercept the two. Quietly, Olivia tells Astrid she should only be a few hours. Astrid tells her not to worry, they would love to have Ella stay with them in the lab for awhile.

  Later, after Olivia has left the lab, Walter and Ella sit and play the children's game - Operation. Ella chastises Walter as he botches the removal of a broken heart during the game. She wants to know what kind of doctor Walter is - he is not trying - and he is killing the patient. Ella continues with her diagnosis of Walter: He is eating all of her snacks, talking about weird stuff and laughing at everything. Ella suggests Walter tell her a story, maybe like one of the stories he told Peter as a boy. Walter doesn't think he is very good at telling stories, plus he never told Peter stories because he was always too busy with work. Ella works a new angle to get a story out of Walter - maybe he could tell her a story that his parents told him. Walter gets a little more excited about telling a tale to Ella when he remembers that his mother loved detective stories and adored musicals. Astrid coaxes Walter to fabricate a story for Ella, who then throws out the first line - Once Upon A Time.

Walter begins his fictional tale... An accomplished Private Investigator, O. Dunham, is retiring because there is one mystery that she is unable to solve -- how to mend a broken heart. As she packs up her office to retire, she looks at a picture of the source of her broken heart... John Scott. A distressed young lady named Rachel enters Dunham's office and wants to hire her to find her missing boyfriend. She thinks something bad may have happened to her boyfriend because he owed a gambler by the name of Big Eddie. Dunham discourages Rachel from pursuing her missing boyfriend - she
Peter's Special Heart
may find out that his disappearance was not what it seemed to be. Rachel reads her boyfriend differently - they have only known each other for a few weeks, but it was love at first sight. Walter temporarily deviates from his fable and breaks into song. With her mouth open, Ella stares at Walter in stunned amazement and offers an alternate activity - maybe he should teach her algebra instead. Walter realizes that his intoxicated state is impairing his train-of-thought, so he fibs to Ella about the "medication" he is taking. He somberly turns-off the record player and returns to his story... Back in PI Dunham's office, Rachel tells Dunham that her missing boyfriend's name is Peter Bishop... Ella quickly interjects that her mom doesn't love Peter. Walter reminds Ella that he is just telling a story, and in a good story, things aren't always as they seem - Detective Dunham takes Rachel case because she wants to see if such a love, love at first sight, really exists. Walter returns to his tale after warning Ella that it might get more frightening... Rachel's boyfriend Peter isn't missing, he has gone into hiding because he has in his possession a very special item - a heart unlike anything the world has ever seen.

ACT I

  Walter puts a melodic jazz recording on his phonograph and informs Ella that "the measure of a good detective is where she gets her information from..." and continues his fictional tale. Detective Dunham walks into a darkly lit, but colorful, jazz bar. She asks a man near the entrance if he is here. He is - and he is playing the piano and singing. Dunham joins Police Lieutenant Broyles at the piano. He stops playing and singing when he realizes who is standing next to him. He is annoyed with her, worried that he is going to be strung along again. She asks him for a favor, then reminds him of the favor she granted him six years prior - not turning him in for planting evidence. He passively agrees to help her, but does not recognize Peter Bishop in the pictures she shows him. Next she shows him a piece of paper with some dark, geometrically drawn, lines. Rachel found it in Peter's apartment the night he vanished. Broyles recognizes it as part of the Massive Dynamic logo. He fills in the missing segments of the logo and returns it to Dunham. She has never heard of the company and wants to know what they do. Broyles asks - what don't they do? Ella and Walter chat about the company - he tells her that
Fictional Headquarters
Massive Dynamic is a vile firm that will make money at any cost... they never miss an opportunity to exploit the little guy and profit from the creativity of others.

  At Massive Dynamic Headquarters, Detective Bishop meets Nina Sharp in her corporate office. Nina tells Dunham that Broyles contacted her and she thinks she may be able to provide some information about Peter. Nina pegs Peter as a con man and industrial spy who deserves much worse trouble the whatever trouble he currently is in. She sees Peter as a man of many talents and identities, all of which are suspect someone who only has his own best interests at heart. Nina suspects that Peter is only pretending to love Rachel - using her somehow for other means. Nina dismiss Dunham with the warning - proceed with caution - Bishop is dangerous. As soon as Dunham leaves the office, Nina dials out and announces, there has been a development.

  Dunham drives
Robbed Of Heart
through the night and calls Rachel to talk about Peter. Rachel does not answer and her answering machine activates to take a message. Dunham asks that she call her as soon as she gets the message. Her message is in interrupted when Rachel answers in the midst of a scuffle. Rachel seems desperate and pleas for Dunham to help her. The phone conversation is cut-off. Dunham accelerates down the road and arrives at Rachel's only to find the door to the apartment open and Rachel dead on the floor. Dunham kneels down and sees Rachel's heart has been removed through the large wound below her sternum.

ACT II

  Rachel lay dead as the police photographer snaps some still photos of her corpse. Ella interrupts Walter’s saga – he is not telling it correctly – Rachel can’t be dead. Astrid defends Ella’s position – Walter can’t kill her mother. Ella says that’s not
Investigating A Death
why – Rachel can’t be die because she is in love – true love. Stories don’t work that way. Walter reminds her – in his story, things are not as they seem... Back at the scene of the crime... Broyles briefs Dunham on the murder of Rachel, who was really an actress named Kelsey. Whoever killed Rachel did not leave fingerprints, or even a clue as to what type of weapon was used. Broyles wants Dunham to back off on her investigation and let his people takeover. Dunham starts in with a defiant attitude toward Broyles’ authority, then tells him he wins… she is off the case. As she leaves Rachel’s’ apartment, she grabs a small notebook that was on the small desk next to the door. Once she gets to her car, Dunham sits and leafs through the notebook she just swiped. As she goes through it, a bank check falls out into her lap. The check for Kelsey (Rachel) is dated 29 April in the amount of $200. The check was signed by Walter Bishop. Dunham calls the Directory Assistance Operator as for an address Walter Bishop. Ella interrupts Walter’s story again as she and Walter feed Gene. The Walter Bishop in his story is not as handsome as he himself is - but just as brilliant.
  The story continues in the lab and Detective Dunham discovers that Walter Bishop got her mixed up in the whole affair when he hired an actress to hire her to find Peter Bishop. She wants to know why he didn’t just to come to her himself. Doctor Bishop says he didn’t think she would accept his case since she is selective and only take cases where someone has lost their heart to love. Dunham tells him he has her attention know - she wants to know who Peter Bishop is and why Doctor Bishop is looking for him. The Doctor tells her that Peter was his lab assistant, and the fact they have the same last name is just coincidental. He liked Peter, but now thinks he is dangerous after stealing his most important invention ever. Walter guides his electric wheelchair to a nearby table and retrieves a large journal for Dunham to see. Inside are images of some of his
Fraudulent Claim?
favorite inventions… bubble gum, flannel pajamas and rainbows. In his lab he has another favorite invention, singing corpses – who render a short chorus of ‘’Candy Man’’. Dunham flips through the journal and sees that Walter invented hugs too. Ella stops the story again… he invented hugs? Walter promises Ella that the man in his story invented everything that is wonderful in the world.
  The fable goes on as Detective Dunham asks about the glass heart in the Doctor’s journal of inventions. What makes the glass heart so special? The heart is capable of many wondrous things, but it is also a power source that, until recently kept him alive. The Doctor unbuttons the front of his shirt and opens a small metal door embedded on his sternum. A few nights earlier, someone slipped into his room and stole the heart from his chest while he was sleeping. The batteries in his chest now will keep him stable for awhile, but he will die if he doesn’t get the heart back. Dunham asks if he believes Peter stole his heart. The Doctor says the heart is priceless, and it was stolen at the same time that Peter vanished. Doctor Bishop grows sadder when he tells Detective Dunham that he has so much good left to do and that if he dies, all of his ideas will die too. Ella jumps in again – Is Detective Dunham going to help Doctor Bishop? Walter assures Ella that Dunham will help,
About To Revoke Walter's Literary License
but first (Walter turns his head to watch Astrid) she needs to rehire her assistant, ‘’Esther Figglesworth’’. Astrid’s jaw clenches and her nostrils flare slightly as she looks across the lab into Walter’s face, somewhat perturbed at being included in the story for Ella. →

  The saga resumes and Esther Figglesworth sits before a stern nurse trying to get hired at a busy mental hospital. Esther has a positive attitude and is certain that her experience with all kinds of people will come in handy with the mental patients. She really needs the job, too. Dunham calls Esther on her portable phone and interrupts the tense job interview. Dunham needs her on the new case. Esther wants to know why Dunham thinks she will come back and help her… she hasn’t been paid in six months. Dunham tells her the case is important, plus she is the kind of person that will drop what she is doing in order to help. Detective Dunham is suddenly attacked from behind on the dark street that she is making her portable phone call from. Her attacker, a bald man in a dark suit and dark Fedora hat, holds her against a vehicle then smashes her phone with his foot. He tells her to drop what she is investigating. Still pinned against the vehicle, Dunham yells in pain as her attacker lacerates the top of her chest with the light from a pen that emits laser-type energy – his warning to her - ‘’Don't stick your heart out where it doesn't belong’’.

ACT III

  In Detective Dunham’s office, Esther treats the laceration on her bosses chest and questions why she was pulled back to private investigations because of true love - always looking for something that doesn't exist.
MD Laser Scalpel
Dunham isn’t fooling herself, there may be a guy out there who will keep her warm and fed when that is what she needs, maybe take her dancing, but she isn’t looking for someone that is going to give his heart to the world. Esther looks at the wound and remarks that it looks like it is healing. Dunham had never before seen the weapon that she was cut with, but the wound looks similar to the one that was used to cleave the heart from Rachel’s chest. Esther has an idea and needs Dunham to draw a picture of the weapon that she was attacked with.

  At a patent office, Dunham meets a clerk, Brandon, who tells her that the drawing of the device she has looks like a patent that was granted a year prior to a big Manhattan technology company. The company, which develops all kinds of ‘’spy stuff’’, is the type of place that Brandon would like to work… Massive Dynamic.

  Dunham barges into Nina’s office,
Lips Moving? Yep. She Must Be Lying
by-passing her assistant, and puts the drawing of the device that she was attacked with in front of Nina. She tells her about the attack and that she was told to forget about Peter Bishop. Nina has a choice, tell Dunham the truth or the detective will bring in federal law enforcement. Nina opts for her version of the truth and tells Dunham that the medical device, the Quantum Laser was designed as a surgical tool and that a prototype was stolen several months earlier. Nina wants to know about Dunham’s attacker - - was he bald and did he have an odd cadence to his voice? Nina refers to her attacker as one of ‘’The Watchers’’, a group of dangerous men that don't make idle threats. Ella can’t hold her tongue… Nina Sharp is a liar and can’t be trusted. Walter tells Ella she is smart, but getting too far ahead in the story, even though Detective Dunham doesn’t trust Nina either. The tale continues…. Detective Dunham pistols whips one of the rear brake lights on Nina's car in the parking garage, then slinks off to wait. Later that night, Dunham has no problem following Nina’s mismatched (red/white) tail lights as she follows her home after work. Dunham calls Esther at the office and learns that the founder of Massive Dynamic, William Bell, is a sort of scientific Christopher Columbus, but has not been seen in several years. Dunham ends the call when she arrives outside of Nina's house.
  Dunham sneaks around to the back of the house and listens to Nina call Bell
Video Phone
and tell him that Peter Bishop has the missing glass heart, although she doesn't where he is. Bell is glad that his love, Nina, located the heart... using the power of the heart they will be able to create a stable door between universes. Dunham is struck in the side of the head by a man charge from the shadows. She awakens later on the floor of a dock house with her hands and feet tied. A bald man in dark suit approaches the door then turns and announces to Nina that Dunham is awake. Sharp enters and tells Dunham that she tried to protect her and warned her to stay away. Nina directs her associate, Mister Gemini, to take care of Dunham. He lifts her as she struggles, places her in a wood crate, then nails a lid on it. Dunham attempts to contact Esther on her portable phone but cannot receive a signal. The crate dragged for a few seconds then tossed into the water. Dunham struggles to break free as the crate fills with water and starts to sink. Nearly filled with water, the lid on the crate is cracked open by someone on the lake. In the dark foggy night, Peter Bishop sits in a motorized raft and tells Dunham that he heard she was looking for him. He pulls her to safety.

ACT IV

  Daybreak in a quaint suburban neighborhood finds Dunham walking the halls of a small two-story home in a t-shirt and pajama
Morning After The Rescue
pants. Peter finds her as she studies a map he has loaded with colorful pushpins. The map is of the Northeast United States and the pushpins are arranged in a radial pattern around East-Central New York State. He avoids the question she has about his map. In the kitchen, he serves her breakfast and tells her that he heard a cop was following him. Dunham corrects him... she is a private detective. The conversation leads to talk of music and dancing, which reveals a lot about a person. They must be opposites -- she is not big on jazz music, but dancing is fine. He is into jazz, but hates to dance. Peter thinks he might make an exception about dancing in her case... it might be fun. Dunham isn't interested in the chit-chat, she is grateful that he saved her - but she knows what he did, he stole the glass heart from Walter. Now Peter corrects Dunham - it seems like she has been fed false information about him with Walter's tale about the heart. Peter walks Olivia back to the map board and tells her that each of the 147 pins on the map represent a child that has been injured by Walter. Walter Bishop has created some wonderful things, but he steals many of the ideas from the dreams of children - replacing them with nightmares. On the map is a pattern of destruction of damaged kids and shattered innocence. Peter decides to show her the heart. He unbuttons his shirt then opens two small doors on his chest to reveal the glass heart -- it is his heart, he was born with it. Peter was willing to give Walter the heart because Walter could do so much more good with it than he could. Then Peter learned the truth about Walter, that he was responsible for so much evil.
  Suddenly, a large metal drill
Serious Heart Attack
plunges through the living room wall and a half dozen bald-headed men burst into the house and start a fist fight with the duo. Olivia flees the room when one of the men begins to fire a pistol at her. On the other side of the house, Dunham runs into another attacker and takes his pistol from him. She turns and fires at the first pursuer, misses, then turns to find that none of the bald attackers are near, they vacated the house as quickly as they entered it. She searches the house and finds Peter sitting quietly on the floor. Peter is fading. Dunham looks inside his shirt and sees the doors on his chest are broken open and the glass heart has been removed... Peter needs her help.

ACT V

  Dunham searches
Jumper Cables Not Included
the kitchen drawers and finds the batteries needed to keep Peter going. He warns about putting the batteries in his chest, it is like the board game Operation in reverse, she can't touch any of the nerve endings in there. Nervous and apprehensive, Dunham starts to work on installing the batteries in Peter's chest. To keep her calm, Peter makes some small talk -- why did she become a detective? Olivia thinks she always knew what she supposed to do... to care for people. Peter admires that she knows her place in the world and wonders who cares for her. He is less certain about himself - he thought he knew who he was, until he discovered he was wrong. Dunham finishes the installation successfully, having avoided the nerve endings, but frets when Peter lapses into a deep sleep. Peter opens his eyes with a jolt and gets up quickly - they need to get his heart back because the batteries won't last long. Peter thinks Nina has the heart. Dunham knows better.

  Dunham and Peter burst into Walter's lab and find him holding the glass heart. Walter asks how she knew he stole the heart back. Dunham opens his sketch journal and flips to the page with an image of a large cylindrical drill-type device, the same device that bored through the wall just before Nina's team of Watchers attacked. Dunham walks up to Walter and he places the heart in its' case. Walter swears that he can change his ways and make up for all the harm he has done. Peter studies Walter for a few seconds, then tells Walter that it is too late, something's can not be undone. They take the heart and leave Walter alone in his lab... Walter ends his fictional tale.

  ...Ella is frustrated - that wasn't a proper
Happily Ever After Heart
ending to Walter's fable. Good stories start with Once upon a time, ... and end with ... happily ever after. She thinks the story should end with.... Peter looking into Walter's eyes and realizing there was still goodness inside him. Peter takes the special heart from the case and uses his might to split it in two. Both halves of the magic heart work. In quiet awe, Walter wheels away in his chair while Dunham and Peter start to dance to the music. Together they made goodness and lived happily ever after - the end.

Walter nods approval for Ella's ending just as Olivia returns to the lab. Ella runs to greet her and tells Olivia how much fun she has had. As Ella recalls how she fixed Walter's sad story, Olivia quietly tells Walter she had no luck trying to locate Peter.

  Later that day, Astrid drives Walter home, parks curbside and they both exit the car to go inside the house. A short distance away, across the street, the Observer watches Walter's return home. He takes out his communication device, presses a dozen keys, then reports -- The boy has not returned. He adds that he believes Walter has forgotten his warning - that is a concern.

Quotes

"...and Peter looked inside Walter's eyes and realized there was still goodness inside him. So Peter took his special heart, and with all his might, he split it in two. And the heart was so magical that it still worked. And together, they made goodness, and lived happily ever after." - Ella (putting the proper spin on the ending of Walter's fable)

Trivia

General
  • The Observer lingers down the street from Walter's house as Walter returns without Peter. He reports that Walter is back - without the boy.
  • Apart from Walter's concoction of illegal drugs - Brown Betty is
  1. a popular apple dessert made with molasses-sugar,
  2. a well-known type of teapot from England, and
  3. a hit Duke Ellington club song from the late 1930's.
Production Notes
  • This musical episode was part of the network's primetime theme week, in North America.
Continuity Error
  • During Walter's tale, Olivia discovers Rachel's corpse lying on the floor. When Olivia enters, Rachel's eyes are open. In a second similar shot, Rachel's eyes are closed. Then, in a third profile shot from above, Rachel's eyes are once again open.
  • Peter and Olivia join Walter in his lab after Peter had his heart restored. Peter stands a few feet from Walter and stares at him stone-faced with a wooden matchstick in the left corner of his mouth. The camera cuts to Walter's speech for four seconds then back to Peter's emotionless stone-face. The matchstick is firmly planted in the right corner of his mouth without him ever having moved a muscle, facial or otherwise.
Recurring Theme
  • Operation. The board game has been the center of childhood attention before for Ella (The No-Brainer), and Teddy Falls (Johari Window).
  • The Pattern & 147. Peter tracks the Pattern with 147 pins. The identical number of people (147) were aboard Pattern-related aircaft. (Pilot) & (The Transformation).
  • Viewing Device. Nina uses the same device to view William Bell that Walter used to view the alternate universe (Peter).
Episode References
  • Big Eddie. Walter's tale incorporates Peter's gambling debt that was mentioned briefly in Season 1. (Pilot) & (The Arrival).

Previously

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    "For your healthy heart" - written on the egg carton (The Man From The Other Side), foreshadows Walter's tale of "broken and mended hearts" in Brown Betty.

Music

Roundabout by Yes {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • Blue Moon by Django Reinhardt {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • Head Over Heels by Tears For Fears {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • Freddie Freeloader by Miles Davis {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • Head Over Heels by WalterLow Spark of High Heeled Boys by BroylesThe Candy Man by The CorpsesI Hope I Get It by AstridFor Once In My Life by OliviaThe Candy Man by Walter

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Outside of Walter's Tale
  • What business did Rachel have in Chicago for the weekend?
  • Did Peter go to Chicago after he left the hospital early?
  • Who was the Observer talking to as he watched Walter return home?
    • Was he talking to the same person he talked to during The Arrival?
  • Does Walter remember relationship specifics better when stoned?
    • If so, does that stem from having parts of his brain stolen years ago?
  • Will Ella's exposure to a "senior citizen stoner" detract from her willingness to respect, or honor, members of the "baby-boomer generation"?
'Fact' Within The Fiction
  • How much truth lies within the fictional tale told by Walter?
    • Are the Observers aligned with Nina like the Watchers in the fable?
    • Are Nina and Bell emotionally involved?
    • Is Massive Dynamic an opponent to public good?
  • Does Walter utilize song lyrics to dramatize the plight of characters within his story because they parallel the lives of his team?
  • Do Singing Corpses represent Walter's pride in himself and his ability to make corpses do just about anything?

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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