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Fracture
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Season: 2 Episode: 3
Air Date: 1 Oct 2009
Written by: David Wilcox
Directed by: Bryan Spicer
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Stephen McHattie as Raymond Gordon
Kevin Corrigan as Sam Weiss
Michael Cerveris as The Observer
Navid Negahban as Malik Yusef
Claudette Mink as Diane Burgess

Patrick Sabongui as Ahmed
Aaron Pearl as Agent Tevez
Phillip Mitchell as Dan Gillespie
Kursten Robek as Susan Gillespie
Keith Blackman Dallas as Slim Joe
Leanne Adachi as Medical Examiner
Cameron Cronin as Tech #1
Barclay Hope As Andrew Burgess
Dalila Bela as Jenny Burgess
Walcott E. Morgan as Transit Cop
Christian Sloan as Courier
Miles Meadows as Ponytail Man
Ian Rozylo as Nocifaro

Next: Momentum Deferred
Previously: Night Of Desirable Objects
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction
Fracture is the third episode of the second season of FRINGE. It first aired on October 1, 2009. The Science Team investigates a deadly occurrence where a recent bomb blast has left no discernable trace of the explosive device. The perplexing circumstances return Walter to the lab to examine human remains in search of the source of the explosion. With the threat of more bombs and the hint of classified projects, Olivia and Peter return to where they first met.

Synopsis

Prologue

Two uniformed police officers pull to a stop in urban Philadelphia, one hops out and crosses the street to the coffee shop. The other, Dan Gillespie, opens a newspaper and starts to read. While his partner is picking up the coffee, Gillespie receives a call on a cell phone. He answers with, "Yes, Colonel?" The caller tells Gillespie to go to a rail station and intercept a courier wearing a black trench coat and carrying a black briefcase. Gillespie drives away, leaving his partner standing in the middle of the street. At the station, Gillespie sees the man in black and orders him to relinquish the briefcase. The courier resists and Gillespie draws his weapon. Electronic displays throughout the station begin to flicker. Gillespie takes the briefcase and walks away. His body begins to crystallize; he screams and his body explodes.

ACT I

At the bowling alley managed by Sam Weiss, Sam is coaching Olivia, whose hands are shaking, on how to tie her bowling shoes. Olivia grouses that she knows how to tie her shoes and Sam reminds her that she has suffered head trauma and that knowing how is not the question. He tells her that if she concentrates on the laces and forgets about her hands, the shoes will get tied. When Olivia asks Sam what he did for Nina Sharp, Sam says that he taught her to eat french fries, explaining that it is a simple process unless one has a cybernetic arm. Sam finishes tying Olivia's shoes and she tells him that she can not waste her time. Sam is moderately surprised that Olivia is not yet having headaches. He correctly surmises from the circles under Olivia's eyes that she not getting enough sleep each night and repeats that he needs to know when her headaches start. He then tells Olivia to her surprise that she can remove the bowling shoes and go home because he will be closing for the night.

At Walter's Lab, Peter looks through ads for living space to improve the Bishops' comforts, but Walter objects to every advertisement Peter reads. Walters says he is perfectly happy with their current accommodations. Peter turns to Astrid and explains that he needs his own bedroom and that he awoke that morning to his father singing opera in the nude.
Crystallized Ear - Tastes Salty
Astrid ignores that argument but explains that she has been searching for atypical cases in the FBI database. She shows Peter the result of the explosion in Philadelphia. They decide to respond to that event.

  In the station in Philadelphia, Agent Tevez explains that the bomb analysts don't know what happened. There is no evidence of anything that would have served as shrapnel or of any explosive residue and that none of the witnesses provided any useful information. Peter comments that the station has anti-terrorism security, including monitors and electromagnetic pulse disabling devices. Tevez responds that whatever happened disrupted the camera system and that the recordings show nothing but static. Peter asks to see the tapes and Tevez says he will try to get them. As she walks away, Peter admits to Olivia that he might have a friend who can do something with the recordings.

← A medical examiner interrupts Walter as he begins to examine a corpse, but Peter intervenes and Walter is allowed to proceed. Walter believes that he has found shrapnel, but that it is crystalline, rather than metallic, in nature. Peter leaves Walter to his work and joins Olivia. Broyles arrives and says that no terrorist group has claimed credit for the explosion. Peter finds a piece of a Philadelphia police badge wedged into a bench and suggests that it's Gillespie's badge. Because there were no police among the wounded, Olivia asks where Gillespie went. Walter approaches the group holding an object and explains that the crystalline substance is organic rather than geologic. They identify Walter's object as human, probably Gillespie's ear.

ACT II

At Walter's Lab, Walter and Astrid analyze the body parts collected from the rail station to determine what caused Gillespie to explode. When Astrid comments about Peter looking for new quarters for Walter and him, Walter asks where Astrid lives. When she answers that she lives in Sommerville, he muses about having gone the wrong way on a street and discovered a store that sells delicious apple fritters. He says wistfully that he has everything he needs in his current neighborhood.

Meanwhile, Olivia and Peter are watching as Slim Joe, another of Peter's technical wizard friends, recovers as much data as possible from the tapes from the station. Joe apologizes for not being able to do better. In response to Olivia's question, Joe tells the pair that radio wave interference could have caused the data loss. They wonder why the picture is obscured twenty seconds before the bomb detonates.

When Peter and Olivia return to Walter's Lab, Peter asks about Walter's progress. Walter compares the tasks to when he and Peter assembled a puzzle of a centerfold when Peter was ten years old. Peter explains that the puzzle was Walter's version of sex education. Walter uncovers his project and Astrid introduces Peter to the reconstructed Officer Gillespie. Peter asks if there is anything not immediately apparent that is out of the ordinary, and Walter tells the team that Gillespie had needle marks between his toes where he injected a serum that caused a chemical reaction. A reaction that solidified the water in his body and emitted massive energy, which shattered the body. Peters understands: Gillespie himself was the bomb.

Peter and Olivia visit Gillespie's widow, Susan, at her home.
Stashed Serum
Susan comments that her husband was reliable. He always came home to her after every shift, and from two tours in Iraq. All she knows is that some kind of bomb was involved in his death. Olivia apologizes for not being able to answer her questions. Susan and Peter talk about the amount of fighting near Ramadi, where Dan was based.
Bell? Olivia has a vision.
Susan tells Olivia that Dan was not on any medication. Peter notices when Olivia tries to drink from a cup and her hand shakes. Olivia feels severe head pain and sees herself in the elevator she was in when she was transported to the other universe; a mirror image of the number "15" is illuminated above the door. Olivia asks to use a bathroom. As she rushes into the room, she sees more flashes, all in dark amber: Herself in a room, pushing a button in an elevator, people standing in an elevator, part of a man's face inverted above her, twin skyscrapers, William Bell breathing from an oxygen mask. She reaches the toilet and vomits into it. Relaxing, she notices a dislodged tile in the wall behind and under the sink. she pulls the tile free and finds two small medical kits in the cavity, one with serum cartridges, the other with syringes. In response to Peter's call, she opens the bathroom door and shows the medical kits to Susan Gillespie. Susan denies ever having seen the kits.

Outside the Gillespie home and walking back to the car, Olivia comments that Dan did not seem like a suicide bomber. Peter asks how to explain the medical kits, which he believes to contain exactly the serum that Walter was talking about, the substance that turned Gillespie into a bomb. Olivia responds that a persons blows himself up because he is waging a war, or making a statement, and that the police officer did not seem to be sending any messages. Peter asks about her headache and Olivia answers that the doctors had said that she might have them; she changes the subject and says they should get the vials of serum to Walter so he can analyze them.

In Oak Park, Diane Burgess slips out of bed quietly without waking her husband. In the bathroom, she opens a medical kit similar to the one retrieved from the Gillespie home that she has hidden, and fills a syringe with serum. With her foot elevated, she injects herself between the toes.

ACT III

Outside of a suburban Illinois grocery store, Raymond Gordon surprises
Call To Duty
Diane Burgess as she loads her minivan. Captain Burgess, not expecting the Colonel, joins him in the front seat to get her mission briefing. He hands her a file with information about the flight and hotel reservations he has made for her mission to Washington D.C. -- he wants to know if she has a cover story to feed her family. Burgess says she will say she is visiting her sister in Georgetown. When he asks if she has been taking the serum, she confirms that she has. Satisfied, Gordon tells her that "Tin Man" parameters are in effect.

Back in the bowling alley, Sam continues to counsel Olivia through her recovery. She confirms that the headaches he suspected might occur - have begun. Frustrated with the progress she is making with Sam, Olivia wants to know precisely what he knows about her condition. He tells her she has been experiencing acute nominal aphasia, common with head trauma, and that parts of her brain are still asleep. Eager to learn when her memory will return, Weiss diverts her again - he wants her to keep bowling scores manually, for a children's league - a lesson in patience.

In his Lab,
Concerned over the consumption of beef, Gene protests loudly - "MOO"... (translation - eat mor chikin')
Walter joins Astrid and Peter for a quick meal. Walter shares that he believes Gillespie has been injecting himself everyday for a very long time - at least a year. Peter deducts that Gillespie must have started injecting while he was still on his tour of duty in Iraq. Walter says that the serum is fairly harmless when first injected, but then a trigger, like a radio wave, may cause an explosive reaction. Astrid returns with Gillespie's military file, and the revelation that the chemical weapon, cyanogen chloride, is part of the problem.

Broyles is joined by Peter and Olivia for a walk. They brief him on their research - "Project Tin Man", a classified military project, is part of Gillespie's background. Although the project has been closed and the names of US personnel removed from the records, three Iraqi doctors are still listed. Peter proposes he be authorized to return to Iraq to investigate - his only requirements are private transportation, cash and false identification documents. Broyles grants his request, but Olivia must accompany him.

ACT IV

  Having arrived in Baghdad, Peter and Olivia head to a local
Looking for Ahmed
beverage shop to try and find a former acquaintance of Peter's. Wearing local garb, Olivia offers to wait outside, away from the all male clientele. Peter convinces her to enter - she's the one with the gun. They find their way to the back and the man they came to see - Ahmed. The two men exchange formalities, Ahmed sharing that he heard rumors Peter was dead. Olivia joins in and Peter explains why they are there... to find a doctor that worked in the Tin Man program that was operation out of a hospital in Samarra. Peter offers money to help locate the doctor, as many innocent lives are at stake. Ahmed does not require the funds, he understands that finding the doctor is important to Peter, and takes the list of names to begin his search. Olivia asks about Peter's past relationship with Ahmed and gets no answers.
↓ In Walter's Lab, he and Astrid work to analyze the serum behind the bombing incident. Walter inserts a hypodermic needle into the fleshy opening of a medium-sized watermelon and injects a
Astrid "Juice" Farnsworth
small amount. Astrid is tentative, perturbed at having to repeatedly clean-up exploded fruit experiments. He continues, and explains that Peter was probably correct when he suggested that radio waves could be the trigger used to initiate detonation. Walter compares the science to proximity fusing used in combat. As they direct 331.6 Megahertz frequency radio waves into the watermelon, the lights and monitors in the lab flicker, and the melon begins to crystallize. Things then go silent in the lab for a brief period, then - the end of the melon suddenly explodes. While Walter proudly declares that "It works", Astrid, covered with melon juice and less than amused, warns, "No more fruit, Walter."

  Back in Iraq, Peter and Olivia are waiting for Ahmed to return. Peter orders them "Red Russians" to drink. Olivia sips the mint tea and vodka mixture, and comments on how bad it tastes. She then comments on the reputation he seems to have built during his previous activities in Iraq. As they make a friendly toast, Ahmed returns to retieve them. He escorts them to a busy commercial kitchen to meet one of the three doctors on the Tin Man list - Malik Yusef. Yusef eventually confirms his involvement at the hospital and the project, after Ahmed vouches for Peter. In a quieter part of kitchen, he explains that the program didn't work and was too dangerous. The soldiers at the hospital had been exposed to a synthetic nerve agent (cyanogen) developed under Saddam. The goal of Tin Man was to neutralize that nerve agent through a course of daily injections using a serum. Of the more that two hundred soldiers treated, only four survived; Dan Gillespie, Joan Klump, Ross Cavanaugh, and Diane Burgess. Yusef begins to explain the by-product of the serum treatments, but Olivia interjects that they already know... it turns people into bombs. Yusef tells them five doctors, a dozen U.S. officers, and whoever they reported to, are the only others that know about Tin Man. He recounts that one officer was memorable: as the program was being closed - Colonel Raymond Gordon argued that Tin Man should be continued. Yusef's impression of Gordon? Gordon is a vicious man - he has no regard for human life.

  In Oak Park Illinois, Diane Burgess somberly watches from inside as her daughter plays in the yard. Her husband finds her and offers to drive her to the airport. As the Burgess family packs-up the minivan in the driveway, saying good-bye to one another, Raymond Gordon sits in his vehicle watching, across the street and hidden from sight, as Captain Burgess begins her mission.

ACT V

  In Washington D.C., Broyles and Olivia brief a room full of law enforcement agents on the bomb threat they face and the
Identifying The Targets
need to apprehend Burgess and Gordon. Broyles tells the agents that the two remaining soldiers associated with Project Tin Man have been taken into protective custody. Burgess is believed to have travelled from Illinois using an alias, but he is uncertain of her target. Olivia continue the briefing with information about Raymond Gordon: The Pentagon lost contact with Gordon six months prior, Gordon has been designated a 'rogue operative', and that the science team suspects Gordon triggers the detonation using radio waves. She also briefs that they think Burgess is unaware she is being used as a bomb... making her a potential victim. Broyles takes a message, then relays that Burgess has been located in a taxicab and is headed to the Federal Center Metro Station.
  Outside the Metro Station, the task force arrives and goes to work to intercept Captain Burgess. In the command vehicle, technical personnel report that video surveillance and 3-D triangulation modelling is up and running, and that snipers are posted. After Burgess arrives, she answers her encrypted cell phone... a phone that can't be tapped into. Deployed agents report that there is no sign of Gordon outside of the station. Walter reminds Broyles the modern security devices can scramble all types of radio wave triggers... and that Gordon will most likely be inside the building to initiate detonation. Peter figures that they cannot triangulate Gordon's position if they are jamming his detonation frequency - they would have to leave the frequency open to for that. Wanting to save Burgess, and capture Gordon, Walter estimates that they have about thirty seconds
Metro Station - Tracking Burgess
before the unjammed frequency detonates Burgess, once Gordon activates the frequency. Peter, thinks that will be enough time to triangulate Gordon. Broyles directs Olivia and Peter in to the building to locate him.

  Inside the Metro Station, Burgess takes another call from Gordon. He gives her the target... a man with a black trench coat and a briefcase. She is to accept the briefcase and proceed by taxi back to her hotel, where he will meet her. Broyles is tracking Burgess on an electronic schematic of the building, but Gordon hasn't begun the detonation signal just yet. Peter locates Burgess near the front entrance. As Burgess locates her target and moves to intercept the courier, Gordon activates a small handheld device to initiate detonation. As the task force rushes in, tech support reports that the signal is jamming their equipment, preventing triangulation, and the ability to interrupt detonation. Over the radio, Broyles informs everyone that attempts to jam the signal have failed. Burgess is going to detonate.

ACT VI

Pursuit continues inside the Metro Station as radio contact fails with the command vehicle. Peter tells Olivia they don't have much time
Burgess begins to crystallize during detonation sequence as she intercepts the courier
to find Gordon. Burgess has found her man, the courier in his trench coat. She reaches for the briefcase, but the courier will have none of it. Just then, her hand and wrist start to crystallize... Gordon has activated the detonation signal. Peter spots Gordon and moves to capture him. As Peter tackles Gordon and slugs him, the detonation device falls to the floor nearby. Olivia grabs the device, but can't terminate the signal. Walter keeps track of the elapsed time as he stands with Broyles in the tactical command post. Olivia drops the detonator on the ground and pulverizes it with her cane, stopping the signal. With the detonation signal terminated, Burgess' hand and arm begins to return to normal, and she collapses to the ground. Broyles orders all agents to move in after tech support confirms that the danger has subsided. Furious, Peter continues to pound Gordon until two agents pull him free of the criminal.

It's mid-evening in Walter's Lab, and a classic rock anthem plays as Astrid sits and works, Peter covers what remains of Officer Gillespie, and Walter returns with the local want ads. Walter announces he has found an apartment for them - two bedroom, semi-detached housing for professors, in a nice neighborhood... close to where William Bell used to live. Peter says he'll call Broyles to see if they can lease it.

In Sam's bowling alley, Olivia sits with him as he measures her hand for a bowling ball. After some small talk,
...alright already -- I'll cut the Yoda crap
Sam dismisses her for the night. She takes exception to the dismissal, after having just arrived. Sam knows, but is tired after a long day. He walks to the ball return and picks up a bowling ball to study it, then tells her to come back the next day, promising that he'll have found the perfect ball for her. Almost before he could finish his statement, Olivia has stealthily closed the distance between them and has her pistol pointed at his ear. Angrily, she reminds him she is not there to bowl, or to allow him to play games with her head... she is there because she expects him to 'fix' her, following her near-death injuries. They both then realize that, in her confrontational state, she did not need her cane.

In the interrogation room at the Federal Building, Broyles sits with Raymond Gordon as he narrates his bleak perspective. Gordon calmly explains that the enemy is among us, we are unaware and that nobody is doing anything about it. Gordon, and others, have taken matters into their own hands... to send a message to the enemy. Broyles wants to know what is in the briefcases of the couriers Gordon has been targeting. Gordon replies that collected data and observations are in the briefcase. Data used in planning for the war that is coming. Gordon can't tell Broyles exactly who the enemy is - but he knows that they want to terminate us... using our culture, technology, and science against us.

In a simple diner, a young man in a long dark coat walks in and delivers a briefcase to a seated man, then leaves. The seated man opens the briefcase and removes photographs of Walter Bishop.

Quotes

"They told you I was crazy, didn't they? The Pentagon. They said I'd had a psychiatric break. I told them what I'm telling you. That they are here. Collecting data. Making observations. That's what's in the briefcase. They've been planning for war. And they've been passing the information via courier right under our noses." - Raymond Gordon (to Broyles, painting a bleak portrait of the future during his interrogation)

"I've been known to leave an impression." - Peter (to Olivia, commenting on the negative reception he receives on return to Bagdhad)

Trivia

General
  • The Observer receives and reviews photographs of Walter from a secretive courier.
  • Walter foreshadowed the fringe science of this episode (The Road Not Taken) with his comment - "Matter is just energy waiting to happen. The average adult at rest contains enough potential energy to explode with the force of five very large hydrogen bombs." Peter concurred.
Production Notes
  • Blair Brown and Kirk Acevedo were credited, but did not appear in this episode.
Continuity Errors
  • Physics. Walter and Astrid determine that the detonation frequency is 331.6 Megahertz. Olivia then briefs the law enforcement team that Dr. Bishop had discovered the specific V.H.F frequency used for the detonation. 331.6 Megahertz is not a V.H.F. frequency, it is a U.H.F. frequency. Very High Frequency (VHF) is 30-300 Megahertz. Ultra High Frequency (UHF) is 300-3,000 Megahertz.
Recurring Themes
  • Alternate Universe. Olivia experiences severe headaches, and nausea, then has visions of the alternate universe she visited (There's More Than One Of Everything), and envisioned in other episodes.
  • Weaponizing Humans. The theme was visited with the radical drug regime inflicted on the female victims (The Cure), and again with the pyrokinetic twin women (The Road Not Taken).
Episode References
Cultural References
  • Star Wars. Olivia remarks to Sam Weiss, "Cut the Yoda crap and tell me what's happening to me?" -- referencing the popular science-fiction icon, Yoda, a wise sage, a know-all, see-all mentor who answers profound questions by asking philosophical questions that allow the individual to find the answer within themselves.

Previously

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    The two Canadian National locomotives (Night Of Desirable Objects) each bear the logo "CN". This foreshadowed the goal of Project Tin Man in Fracture, which is to combat the effects of Cyanogen, a nerve gas with a chemical formula made up of two cyanide (CN) groups linked together (NC-CN), and alludes to the fact that the CN-related explosion occurred in a train station.

Music

Blue Bayou by Roy Orbison {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • Jazz Me Blues by Les Paul {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }}
Can't You See by The Marshall Tucker Band {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }} • The Air That I Breathe by The Hollies {{#icon: ITunesBadge.gif | Download from iTunes | 61 | }}

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  • Is the coming war connected to the parallel universes's Walter trying to get Peter back?
  • Did Sam Weiss do anything tangible for Olivia, or did he "coax" her into fixing herself?
  • Is the effort to weaponize humans into bombs related to the research (The Cure) conducted by Esterbrook and Intrepus?
Observer
  • Why is The Observer covertly receiving images of Walter?
  • Is The Observer working for the parallel universes' Walter?
Gordon
  • What are the "war plans" Colonel Raymond Gordon mentions in his talk with Broyles?
  • Why did Raymond Gordon use up his limited assets when the problem he is trying to solve seems to be substantially larger?
    • Did Gordon have more assets available to him than we witnessed?
  • Is Colonel Gordon an agent of ZFT?

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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