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Pilot
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Season: 1 Episode: 1
Air Date: 09 Sep 2008
Written by: J.J. Abrams
Alex Kurtzman
Roberto Orci
Directed by: Alex Graves
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Mark Valley as John Scott
Jason Harner as Morgan/Richard Steig
Peter Outerbridge as Dr. Reyes

Rick Parker as Cow Delivery Man
Jeff Topping as Agent #1
Sean Clement as Agent #2
Katerina Taxia as Agent #3
Anousha Alamian as Agent #4
Bernadeta Wrobel as Flight Attendant
Jill Harland as Woman (German)
Peter Sawyer as Man (Denver)
Max Topplin as Angry 16 Yr. Old
Shaun Shetty as Indian Man
Andreas Franke as The Pilot
Dennis Mockler as Co-Pilot
Lee Jay Gladman as CDC Officer
Andrew Hinkson as Guard
Jim McGrath as Old Man (On Plane)
Joan Barrett as Old Woman (On Plane)
Kelly King as Nurse
Tauquir Shah as Iraqi Businessman #1
Omar Habib as Iraqi Businessman #2
Quinn Martin as Orderly
Tre Smith as Man (w/ John's Gurney)

Next: The Same Old Story
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Introduction

Pilot is the first episode of the first season of FRINGE. The episode first aired on September 9, 2008. When Glatterflug Flight 627 lands at Logan International Airport, and the passengers and crew are all dead, the Federal task force assigned to investigate the incident recruits a new science team to spear the effort. After some success, one of their own may be behind the mass conspiracy and bio-terrorism.

Synopsis

Prologue
 While en route from Hamburg, Germany to Logan International Airport, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Glatterflug Flight 627 is caught in an electrical storm. Most of the cabin lights are off, and flashes of lightning illuminate the cabin area. Various passengers are speaking German and English. Elsewhere on the plane, a nervous-looking passenger cradles his head in his hands, his eyes wide. He sits back and takes a few breaths, then, opening an attaché case and taking out an dosing pen, injects himself in the fleshy portion of his stomach.
The Nervous Passenger
The man beside him tries to reassure him that the storm was nothing to worry about and offers him some gum. The nervous passenger declines, takes a few more breaths, unfastens his seatbelt, and starts walking up the aisle. A cabin attendant sees him and goes after him. Once she reaches him he stops and turns with a look of horror on his face - the skin on his face and hands seems to be decaying rapidly and dissolving.
  Unable to control himself, he vomits all over the hostess, who screams and turns to look at the other passengers. Everyone begins to panic as they realized their own flesh is degenerating as well. Another cabin attendant telephones the captain and reports a problem. The co-pilot opens the door to find out what is causing the noise from the cabin. He sees the passengers of the craft in their decaying state and stands in shock. The pilot asks him what is wrong, while engaging the craft's auto-pilot system and turning to look at his co-pilot. The co-pilot turns as his own skin begins to decay, and lets out an agonized moan as the skin around the bottom of his face dissolves and his jaw falls off. The auto-pilot engaged, Flight 627 flies on through the storm.

ACT I

Olivia Dunham and John Scott lie in bed together. Olivia tells Scott that she would prefer not to be so secretive about their relationship. Scott remarks that their department frowns upon office romance, but reminisced about when he found himself attracted to her for the first time. Olivia says that one of their co-workers, Charlie, might know about their involvement. Scott jokes that if Charlie knows he would transfer Charlie. He tells Olivia that he loves her. Olivia smiles and kisses him, but the kiss is interrupted by Olivia's mobile phone vibrating. She answers the call, which is from one of her superiors, and hastily begins dressing. Once off the phone she tells Scott there has been an incident involving an international flight at Logan Airport and that Charlie is on his way there. They kiss once more, then Olivia takes her FBI badge from the bedside table and leaves. Just before the door closes behind her, Scott's phone rings and he answers “Agent Scott.”

 At Logan International Airport, Boston, various emergency crews have gathered to surround Flight 627, parked on the tarmac. Personnel from various agencies – CDC, CIA, FBI – are gathered under marquees discussing the situation. Olivia arrives and is greeted by Charlie Francis, who informs her that the flight was from Hamburg, that it carried 147 passengers, contact with it was lost three hours into the flight, and once the plane entered US airspace, it was radio-silent and had to be escorted by two Navy F-18 jets. He also tells her the pilots of the jets reported blood stains
Steig Infiltrates
on the windows and no signs of life aboard the plane, but the plane was successfully landed by the autopilot system. Scott arrives, talking on his mobile phone, assuring the caller that he'd “be happy to treat you as family too”. He greets Charlie and Olivia formally as “Agent Francis” and “Agent Dunham”.

 A dark van pulls up at the airport checkpoint. The driver lowers his window, keeping his face in shadow, and asks what happened. The guard at the gate tells him the tarmac was closed and to move along. The driver leans out of the window to look, appearing to be the nervous passenger from Flight 627, alive and well. He pulls back into the car and drives away.

Skeleton On Flt 627
Special Agent Phillip Broyles of the Department of Homeland Security arrives on the runway and briefs the gathered agents. He selects Scott and Charlie to enter the plane but after Olivia protests he allows her to board as well. All three FBI agents dress in HAZMAT suits and enter the plane. Inside they find the skinless corpses of the passengers and crew, and speculate as to whether the incident was a result of terrorist activity.
 At the Federal Building
TV News  Glatterflug 627 Burns
in Boston, the various agents are at work tracking down information about the flight. Olivia Dunham and Charlie Francis are two of the agents present; John Scott is not in the room. Televised news feeds in the background are reporting that the plane has been destroyed by fire under control of the CDC. Inside the main office, Broyles orders Olivia to follow a lead involving a sighting of “two middle-eastern men handing a white guy a briefcase”. Olivia protests but Broyles is insistent, and a vexed Olivia leaves the office.
 Olivia and Scott arrive at the place their suspect was sighted - the U-Case Storage facility in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Olivia and Scott investigate
Olivia complains that Broyles is mistreating her because she had his best friend jailed on a sexual assault charge. Scott tells her that Broyles is just jealous, and the two discuss their relationship again. Olivia explains that she was afraid of returning Scott's affection because of relationship difficulties in her past, but tells him she loves him too. The two kiss, and begin searching the area. After finding two empty canisters of ammonia in a dumpster they search the garages and discover animals in cages and extensive amounts of computer equipment. As Scott is searching one of the garages the door opposite opens and the driver of the black car from the airport emerges. He sees Scott and begins to run. Scott gives chase and calls Olivia, who joins the chase close behind. The suspect runs past a long stretch of garages then stops, turns and speed-dials a number on his mobile. Just as Scott levels a gun at him, with Olivia only a few yards behind, the garages on either side explode, engulfing Scott and throwing Olivia against a wall. She falls unconscious.

 Olivia wakes up in a hospital and goes to find Scott. A doctor informs her that while she was lucky to escape relatively unharmed, Scott has developed a tissue-damaging condition which is decaying his skin – just like the passengers of Flight 627. The hospital is keeping him in a state of drug-induced coma to slow the degeneration of his body.

ACT II

Olivia searches the FBI archives for anything that could present a solution to Scott's condition. She finds references to Walter Bishop, a former scientist who did research into tissue regeneration. She takes his file to Broyles, who notes that Bishop is in a psychiatric hospital and is only allowed visits from his next-of-kin. Olivia decides to follow it up to help Scott, and goes in search of Walter Bishop's son, Peter.

 Olivia tracks down Peter Bishop in Baghdad.
Bagdhad Better Business Bureau
Peter has just finished negotiating a business deal with two oil merchants who try to deceive him by speaking in Farsi. Olivia approaches him and asks for his help in visiting his father, Walter. Peter refuses, unable to comprehend why Olivia would need Walter for anything and saying he would rather stay in Iraq than visit his father. Olivia explains that Walter may be able to save the man she cares about from dying, and Peter apologizes but refuses a second time, saying “we all care about someone who's dying”. Finally Olivia tells Peter she has his file, knows the reason for him being in Iraq, and threatens to let “certain people” know his whereabouts. Peter smiles and agrees to leave with Olivia.  On the return flight to America, Peter questions Olivia about his father. Olivia explains that Walter's basement laboratory in Harvard was not used for developing toothpaste, as Peter had been told, but for experiments into Fringe science or “Pseudoscience”. Olivia
Freedom
lists the subjects covered by Fringe Science, a list which includes Mind Control, Teleportation, Astral Projection, Invisibility, Genetic Mutation and Reanimation. Peter interrupts, asking if she's labeling his father as Doctor Frankenstein. Olivia meets this question with a knowing silence.

 Olivia, escorted by Peter, goes to meet Walter Bishop at St. Claire's Hospital. Peter elects to stay outside while Olivia interviews Walter, who initially greets her with the words “I knew someone would come, eventually”. At first he seems mentally disparate and distracted, sometimes answering her questions about Scott's condition directly but other times following his own train of thought. After repeated questioning he asks if he can see Peter. Peter grudgingly goes in to see his father. Walter tells his son he was expecting him to be fatter and attempts to check his pupils. Peter recoils and snaps at his father and Walter returns to talking about Scott, saying he cannot give an accurate judgment without seeing the damage first-hand. Peter must become Walter's legal guardian to sign him out of the hospital. He initially refuses but again Olivia threatens to call people who might be interested in his whereabouts. Peter reluctantly agrees.

ACT III

 Peter signs Walter out of the hospital and Walter, having first given himself a thorough shave, walks out of St. Claire's for the first time in seventeen years.
Walter Cleaned-Up
While driving to the hospital where Scott is being treated, Walter explains that very few people knew about his research – the only other who had full understanding being William Bell. Peter informs his father that Bell went on to be the founder of Massive Dynamic, a multi-million-dollar corporation, and remarks upon the irony of one scientist becoming a millionaire while the other becomes a mental patient. Walter accompanies this with a yelp, declaring that he has just urinated on himself. As the car drives on it passes a billboard advertising Massive Dynamic, bearing the slogan “What do we do? What don't we do.”

 Back at the hospital, Olivia tells Charlie that the CDC have confirmed the incident on the plane was caused by a synthetic compound, but complains this is of no help to her investigation. She asks Charlie to set up a meeting with William Bell. Walter examines Scott, whose condition is only getting worse, and picks up a scalpel – to the initial horror of Peter. Walter calmly takes a skin sample from Scott and says he must take it to his old Laboratory. Olivia tells him the lab has been shut down and Walter takes the news very angrily, pushing over a hospital cart and storming out.

 Olivia goes to see Broyles to get Walter's lab reopened. Broyles hints that he knows about the relationship between Scott and Olivia, but Olivia ignores this and tells him to get the lab reopened.

ACT IV

 Once back at the lab,
The Science Team Convenes In Walter's Old Lab
Walter begins requesting equipment – including raw materials, blood samples from anonymous donors, a NASA-grade micro-organism detector, and a pure-bred cow. Peter explains that cows bear a genetic resemblance to humans that differs only by a couple of lines. While the lab is being restocked and cleaned, Olivia looks over the photographs from Flight 627. Peter brings her a coffee and asks her what was in the file the FBI had on him. She hesitates and does not answer, and Peter realizes she has been bluffing. Despite this he reveals he owes large sums of money to a gangster named Big Eddie.  Walter explains that a chemical compound similar to the Flight 627 chemical was developed for use in the Vietnam war and that the version used on the plane was derived from that research. Scott, however, has reacted to the raw ingredients of the compound and not the compound itself so he cannot produce a cure for Scott without first knowing what substances were used. Walter predicts Scott has only 24 hours left before his body ceases to supply his brain with oxygen. With the garages containing the ingredients destroyed, and Scott being the only one who has seen the suspect, Olivia is ready to give up until Walter suggests a Synaptic Transfer forming a mental link between her mind and Scott's mind so she can use his mental picture of the suspect to track him down. Walter explains it can be used even to gain information from people who have been dead for up to six hours. Despite this being a dangerous procedure, Olivia agrees.
Preparing Olivia For the Tank
Scott is brought to the lab, Olivia's assistant Astrid Farnsworth joins them and the equipment is set up for the Synaptic Transfer.

 Charlie arrives to bring word on the meeting with William Bell – he is out of town and it will be 48 hours before the FBI have the jurisdiction to do anything about it. Charlie is shocked by the procedure Olivia is about to undergo and warns her to be careful. Olivia strips down to her underwear while Walter and Peter anesthetize her, attach electrodes to her and inject her with a mixture of different drugs. Olivia begins to lose consciousness as the Bishops lower her into the lab's water tank. Before they close the tank doors, Walter tells her it is good to feel like someone trusts him again.

ACT V

 Walter explains to Astrid and Peter that the process should synchronize Olivia and Scott's brain patterns, allowing them to communicate subconsciously. The three wait for the process to take effect.
Headstone - "He's Not Dead"
As her mind synchronizes with Scott's, Olivia finds herself wearing a long dress and standing in a scrap yard and graveyard. Behind her stands a headstone engraved "He's Not Dead." Someone walks behind her but is gone when she turns around. Looking up into the sky, she sees an object she identifies as her uncle's kayak, and questions why it is there. The scene changes and she is standing in a room with a flowered rug, a doll's house, a bed and a chair. The scene changes again and she is standing in a graveyard. Someone walks behind her again, and she turns. This time she finds John Scott standing opposite her. Back at the lab, Walter observes that their brain patterns have synchronized.
Recovering From The Transfer
In the dream sequence, Olivia and Scott meet in a desert-like landscape with a checkered floor and the FBI logo stamped in the middle. They kiss passionately and Olivia tells Scott he was hurt. He says he cannot remember and that he feels cold. She asks him to remember what he saw and to show her the suspect's face so she can save him. She sees the events of the garage search from Scott's perspective and the suspect's face is shown to her.

 Peter and Walter open the tank and pull her out just as she awakens from her drug-induced sleep, with the suspect's face fresh in her mind.

ACT VI

 Back at the Federal Building, Olivia puts together a reconstruction of the suspect's face. While the reconstruction is being cross-referenced with the FBI databases, one of the agents brings over a photograph of a passenger from Flight 627 – the nervous-looking passenger, identified as Morgan Steig. Looking through his records, they discover his identical twin brother Richard Steig, and the name of Richard's last known employer – Massive Dynamic.

 Olivia visits Massive Dynamic hoping to talk to William Bell. Instead she is met by Nina Sharp, an Executive Director. Olivia explains that Richard
Nina's Robotic Arm
Steig may have stolen the research for the Flight 627 compound from Massive Dynamic, and that the chemical was brought on-board in his brother's insulin pen and became an airborne toxin which eradicated itself after destroying the passengers of the plane. Nina asks an assistant to assemble a file on Steig and tells Olivia he was caught trying to sneak out with classified information. She says his contract was terminated immediately so the company have done all they can, and threatens Olivia with legal action if any bad word about the company is brought into the public domain. She goes on to say that she literally owes Massive Dynamic her life. Having developed cancer some years ago, she had to have her arm amputated; the machines responsible for detecting the disease and operating on her were designed by Massive Dynamic, and William Bell himself designed a replacement robotic arm, which she reveals by removing a flesh-toned glove from her right arm. Her assistant returns with the file and she gives it to Olivia, asking if she thinks Steig may be “part of The Pattern”. Olivia does not know what The Pattern is, and Nina says she cannot not reveal anything more, only wishing Olivia good luck and telling her to be careful.

 Olivia flies back to Boston and calls Peter at the lab, asking him to bring Walter and meet her at Steig's address.

ACT VII

 When they arrive an FBI team is already waiting to enter the building. They break into Steig's flat and begin checking the rooms. Initially they find nothing, but Olivia discovers a trapdoor to a cellar that houses similar equipment to the U-Case garages. Steig is nowhere to be seen. Walter is waiting outside in a car with Peter and asks to check his blood pressure, telling him his skin tone suggests he may be suffering from Hypertension. Peter protests that there are no visible symptoms of hypertension. Walter asks his son not to send him back to the psychiatric hospital after Scott has been cured, saying that he has already endured enough punishment. Peter sees Steig exit the building by a back door and run away. He gives chase, with Olivia soon appearing close behind. Olivia chases Steig up fire escapes, through a building, across rooftops and finally back down into the street, where he is tackled by Peter. Olivia catches up, puts a gun to his head and demands the information.

 Back at the lab, Walter
John With The Contagion
and Peter argue about the formula they should apply to Scott's blood to reverse the contagion. They conclude that any antidote would result in a shock to the bloodstream and there is no way of applying it, but Olivia suggests they use the FBI's store of agents' blood samples to transfuse the antidote intravenously into his body. While the two of them set to work curing Scott.  Olivia joins Broyles, who reveals the incident on Flight 627 is part of a series of paranormal events being labeled as The Pattern; 36 recorded incidents of a paranormal nature had occurred in the previous nine months. He gives examples: 47 children who disappeared in 1998 - including John Thompson (Preview Comic) - were found in 2008, halfway around the world, and with no visible signs of having aged at all; a low-flying plane in Sri Lanka emits a high frequency sound which blows out any nearby windows, then an hour later an earthquake measuring 8.7 on the Richter scale hits,
Photographic Proof Of The Pattern
causing a tsunami which wipes out 83,000 people in the area; a hospital patient emerges from a coma and begins writing down a series of numbers, all of which correspond exactly to real-time coordinates of US military ships in the South Pacific. Broyles describes it “as if someone conducting experiments, but with the whole world as a lab”. Olivia does not want to get involved, saying she only wants things back to how they were before, but Broyles tells her he thinks that may be impossible.

 Back in the lab, Walter and Peter finish administering their cure. Scott soon returns to consciousness, and is transferred back to the hospital. While there, Olivia checks on Richard Steig, asking why he would sacrifice his own brother and why he would sell his work. Steig replies that he wasn't selling it and that he can prove he was threatened by someone from the FBI office. He tells Olivia there is a recording buried under a trash can by his house. She finds it, plays the recording and hears Richard being threatened over the phone by a man who finishes the conversation by saying “Let me assure you we'd be happy to treat you as family too”. Realizing those were Scott's final words as he stepped onto the runway at Logan Airport, Olivia frantically calls the hospital. Back at the hospital Scott, acting alone, visits the room where Steig is being held. He takes the pillow from under Steig's head and suffocates him with it.

ACT VIII

 Olivia calls Charlie and requests Scott be placed under guard and to check on Steig. Charlie discovers Steig has been killed and tries to get the hospital locked down. Olivia arrives just to see Scott fleeing in a blue SUV. She gives chase in her car and calls for police assistance. She manages to draw level with Scott, who attempts to ram her off the road. She brakes, forcing him to swerve into a maintenance ramp by the side of the road; his car overturns and he crawls from the wreckage with severe injuries to his head. Olivia runs over to check him and he asks her to question why
Dying Moments
Broyles sent her to the storage facility. She asks him who he is really working for but he does not answer; he finally succumbs to his crash injuries and dies in her arms.

 A short time later, Charlie and Olivia are travelling in a car. Charlie tells Olivia that he knew about her relationship with Scott, muses on the protecting people from dangers of today's society, and claims the FBI are obsolete now that corporations have higher clearance than they do and they are barely briefed on half the incidents they investigate. Returning to Harvard, Olivia meets Walter and Peter outside. She speaks to Peter, asking him to remain in Boston since Walter has to stay to help the FBI explain The Pattern. He says that all his instincts tell him to leave Boston, but ultimately he decides to stay.

 At a facility that looks much like the Massive Dynamic building we saw earlier, a man is wheeling a body on a trolley through a white corridor. Nina Sharp walks up to the trolley and removes the cover from the body; it is John Scott. She asks how long Scott has been dead. The assistant replies he has been dead for nearly five hours, and Nina simply responds: “Question him”.

Quotes

"...suffice to say that we reached the point where science and technology have advanced at such an exponential rate for so long, it may be way beyond our ability to regulate and control them. You should know what you're getting into Agent Dunham. I would say this to my own daughter - be careful and good luck" - Nina (words of caution to Olivia as she begins the journey she was destined for)
(see Olivia flip this)

Walter's Lab Notes

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  • The female illustration is The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli.
  • The male illustration is Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Walter refers to returning to his laboratory, the ratio of its dimensions and the necessity of understanding the proportions of his space.
  • He refers to 1.618 (phi) both in the ratio of LSD to serotonin and the ratio of musa acuminata (bananas) to sucrose (sugar) in his banana bread.

Trivia

General
  • The Observer walks past the Massive Dynamic building
  • The pilot episode has attracted its fair share of enthusiasm and criticism since its leak onto the internet. Some viewers dismiss it as boring while others believe it to be the beginning of another cult smash hit, comparable with J.J. Abrams's previous work on Lost and Alias. A common criticism is that the music for the pilot draws heavily on cues from the aforementioned Abrams projects
  • Comparisons have also been drawn to The X-Files, which also centered on FBI agents investigating supernatural occurrences. However The X-Files focused on the occurences being the work of extra-terrestrial forces, whereas Fringe seems to be grounded in theoretical science and the power of the human mind
  • It was co-created by J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. On or around July 15, 2008 the episode was leaked onto the internet. The pilot aired on network television on September 9th 2008.
  • Morgan Steig is passenger number 108, a possible reference to the Lost mythos
Production Notes
  • The premiere episode ran 1 hour 35 minutes, including commercial breaks, and reportedly had a budget of $10m (USD)
Continuity Errors
  • Charlie Francis and Nina Sharp, each in several instances, referred to Massive Dynamic as Massive Dynamics. Closed captioning mirrored their errors. In addition, a sole roadside billboard also used the plural term. All other references were to the singular term
Cultural References
  • Walter and Astrid watch SpongeBob SquarePants and Walter notes that it is "Quite profound, for a narrative about a sponge"
Literary Techniques

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  • Who told John Scott to go to the U-Case Storage facility?
  • Was Morgan Steig supposed to use his doctored injector pen on the plane?
  • Why does a Massive Dynamic employee have access to information about The Pattern, but not a government investigator?
  • Why did Broyles choose to send Olivia to the U-Case Storage facility, and why did John Scott want her to question this?

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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