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The Recordist
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Season: 5 Episode: 3
Air Date: 12 October 12
Written by: Graham Roland
Directed by: Jeff Thomas
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Georgina Haig as Henrietta Bishop
Paul McGillion as Edwin Massey
Connor Beardmore as River Massey
Michael Kopsa as Captain Windmark
Shaun Smyth as Anil

Gaelen Beatty as Loyalist Scout
Bojan Dulabic as Bark Man #1
Edward Foy as Holden
Evan Frayne as Eames
Darren Moore as Bonner
Michael Rogers as Mueller
John Taylor as Winston
Gaelen Engen as Bearded Van Thief

Next: The Bullet That Saved The World
Previously: In Absentia
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction             .pdf version

The Recordist is the third episode of the fifth season of FRINGE. It first aired on October 12th, 2012. The science team continues its resistance efforts against the oppressive invasion forces from the future and are diverted into the forest to retrieve part of the puzzling plan Walter left himself. There they encounter a strange subculture devoted to recording all of recent human history before the invaders have rewritten mankind's past.

Synopsis

Prologue
  In Walter's damaged lab, he and Astrid continue to bore their way deeper into the Amber embankment with the laser they modified.
Okay. It's Not Medicinal. I Was Testing For Carbon Monoxide Levels That Will Defeat The Observers
The deep tunnel they have excavated runs to the back of the lab where Walter has left one of the essential videotapes needed to be seen, understood and instructions accomplished. Without the tape, the plan to defeat the Observers will be lost to the ages along with Walter's memory of it. Astrid reaches the objective of the lasing exercise and adeptly carves the Amber from around the delicate housing of the cassette. Walter can't help but coach during the delicate procedure - she needs to use the touch of a surgeon, not a butcher. With the tape free of its confines, the two backtrack through the tunnel and find the rest of the crew returning with positive results... they found fuel for the van. After gathering around the television screen, the tape begins with good, then bad news. The good news - the tape is easily viewed and heard. The bad news - this is Tape #3. They will likely need the pair of tapes before this one, unless Walter remembers what is on them. In the tape, Walter explains that a trip is in order to very specific geo-coordinates in a heavily forested part of Northwest Pennsylvania. The entire area is undeveloped with nothing around it for miles. The group decides they will make the effort to go there, even though they aren't certain what they are supposed to look for, or be doing. Security is a concern and they will need to avoid checkpoints on the long road trip. Astrid will remain in the lab and continue working on videotape restoration. Walter wants to remain behind and tend to his medicinal herb needs, but won't be
Hey Cheech. Do These Wicked Forest Dwarves Have Names Like 'Treevis' & 'Barkhead'?
allowed - the trip, or the destination may jog his memory some... helping to fill-in the gaps on the tapes and the battle plan.

  In the rolling pine forests of Pennsylvania, Family Bishop finds the exact coordinates they are searching for along a simple two-lane road carving through the wilderness. The long voyage in Henrietta's van finds Walter as testy as ever... certain he has blood clots because he wasn't allowed to stop and stretch. Peter offers up the reality check - Walter. We are fugitives. We can't stop every five minutes. Olivia looks around and is unimpressed - this is it? Trees. Shrubs. Roadway. Them. Henrietta confirms the coordinates with her electronic map - precisely beneath their feet. Walter - what were you doing out here two decades ago? Suddenly, everyone's hackles go up, and they start visually searching the underbrush around them. Was that a sound? Is someone there? There is - behind the tree. Walter is certain it was a wicked Tree Dwarf. As they start after the smaller individual, Peter is sticking with the pragmatic probabilty - it's a kid. Nicely camouflaged to boot. Henrietta is enjoying this, she always wanted to go on missions with Mom. Now she has one. Deeper in the forest and well away from the van, Family Bishop is surrounded by camouflaged men with substantial weaponry. These are not the dwarves Walter is looking for.

ACT I

  Deeper in the
Bishop, Party Of Four. Your Table Is Ready. Bishop, Party Of Four?
forest, the science team is escorted to a well-maintained compound of tents and the high technology equipment that supports the small community living there. Walter gets a better look at the 'camouflage' everyone seems to be wearing, which they aren't, and warns not to touch anyone. The aggressive skin condition they have could be communicable. Surrounded in the compound, the foursome is searched and weapons confiscated, as a few dozen of the citizens there look on. One man arrives at the gathering and immediately recognizes the infamous Fringe Division science team of yore. The scholarly host introduces himself to Doctor Bishop, whom he thought dead for ages. Walter wants to avoid physical contact and contracting the skin condition that everyone is afflicted with, but Edwin kindly informs him it is too late. The team was exposed when it got here. Walter gets to his requirement - the team came to this place because it needs to retrieve something very important. Edwin is extremely familiar with Walter, although they have never met. Edwin will show him why.
  In a quieter part of the compound, Edwin leads Walter through a pair of metal storm doors on the surface and down a spiral staircase to the shelter below. A technician works at a console next to the
...After The Merger Between Bing And Google, Mapping Directions Improved Ten-Fold. Here. Let Me BinGle Your Trip Back To Boston
wall, but the real showpiece of the operation is the bright sterile chamber lined with small transparent cubes. Massey steps into the chamber through the electro-magnetic curtain across the entrance. Walter follows as the E-M discharges slightly at the incursion. What is this place? Massey explains it as a repository of human history. Stored on the data cubes are accounts of every major historical event since the invasion began. Edwin is familiar with Walter because a chunk of that history was about him and the science team... quite the lore. In fact, his son is somewhat of an expert on Fringe Division history. Massey's group settled here after fleeing the cities and are scribing mankind's history because they don't want it rewritten by the invaders. Walter is curious about the skin condition everyone suffers from - if something here is causing it, why not leave? The facility and archive they developed can't be moved and besides, the way the group looks will only draw attention. If Walter's science team doesn't leave soon, they may be permanently afflicted too. Walter explains that they can't go, just yet. His plan to defeat the invaders
Last Year You Slipped Out Of Comic-Con Early. Can You At Least Sign Them Now?
relies on something from this part of Pennsylvania... he just can't remember what. Maybe there is something in the archive that places Walter in the area two decades earlier.
  Topside, a young adolescent approaches the Fringe team with a stack of hand-crafted graphic novels. Edwin's son, and Fringe historian, River, is hoping to get a few autographs from the real deal on his artwork. River is a bit starstruck with his visitors - they are true heroes who stood and fought against the invaders before he was born. He has created more than a few comic tales about Fringe Division: some are based on accounts he has heard, others are just fiction he came up with. Peter appreciates the praise, and the strong jawline River penned for him. One panel in Olivia's comic catches her eye and gets her thinking - her cartoon self is holding and nurturing a female infant... around her, the floor is litered with the dead Observers she just shot to protect the child. Astrid calls from the lab and needs to talk with Walter. She has been working with the
Let's Move It Team Bishop. Tire Change. Now! Think NASCAR People. Move! Move!
video they de-Ambered and she has more information that needs to be passed along. Even though Walter and Massey found no evidence of Bishop visiting the area years earlier, his own taped message says that he needs to look in a mine... m-i-n-e. Massey? We've got one of those - an old gold mine.

  High in a Manhattan skyscraper, Captain Windmark looks out of his office window at the traffic below. An assistant escorts two Loyalist security men in with news to report. The handheld holographic device they deliver has evidence of the rogue Fringe team Windmark seeks. Needing to change a tire, security surveillance caught them in the process. They're in rural Pennsylvania.

ACT II

  As the science team makes it's way from the surface to the heart of the gold mine, Walter recollects his knowledge about a mine collapse more than a century
Went Barkin' Down The Wrong Mine Shaft
ago in Peru. Cannibalism was a factor in surviving the ordeal, but Walter is certain that won't be a factor today. Peter is skeptical about finding gold in an 'abandoned' gold mine. Walter corrects Peter's false assumption... they don't know that it is gold they are supposed to retrieve as part of the plan. At the end of a long horizontal shaft, a short vertical shaft lined with wood seems the logical place to search. Henrietta tests the rope running down to the next level before her father climbs down and feels some weight attached at the bottom. They haul the attached load up - a badly decomposed man at the other end. Walter examines the cadaver and finds a much more virulent case of the bark-like skin condition their hosts harbor. He originally thought the condition was fungal, but the cadaver shows signs of calcification. But why so extreme? Maybe the mine is the source of the affliction.
  At the Resistance headquarters complex a few hundred miles away in The Bronx, Anil takes a call from a mole they have embedded in the Loyalist ranks. The news is not good. He knows what Windmark knows - where Fringe Agent Henrietta Bishop and her friends are located in the mountains.
  Clear of the mine and back in the encampment, Walter splits off from the group to study the cadaver while the kids take a break and set-up some of the equipment they brought
Baby Girl... Don't Ever Tell Grandpa This Is Food. He Will Eat Them All - Then Disown You As A Foodie Heretic
with them. Peter is starving and is offered a pill by his daughter. It's what? An Apple. Okay. Olivia declines her pill-sized apple and Peter's mind immediately snaps back to the amazing pie they had in Boston, right after the invasion? Can't remember the name of the joint. Olivia doesn't recall the name either, which is odd, besides numbers, Olivia has near perfect recall for names and faces... hmm. Time to join Walter. The air sample results are ready. Walter is busy with a field autopsy of the body they hauled from the mineshaft. It all looks fairly straight-forward. The alkaline-acid balance has been radically altered and it seems that every pore on the body has been completely sealed - protecting itself against airborne corrosiveness. This man died of asphyxiation. Maybe the high levels of toxic gases being introduced into the atmosphere by the Observers are related. Prolonged exposure may have created the drastic immune response that led to this extreme skin condition, like a severe form of Psoriasis. Edwin Massey finds Walter, excited with the information he recovered down in the archive.
  Down in the guarded archive, the entire science team gathers and is briefed by Massey on his findings. The three-dimensional record shows an entry
Looking For Rocks, Then Carted-Off By The Baldies
for 20 December, 2015. A man named Donald came to the encampment five weeks after the invasion and went down into the mine to gather specific rocks with a reddish hue. Donald, in his late 30's with dark hair, said he was waiting for a scientist from Boston to arrive. Walter can't remember if it was him, or not, but he doesn't know any 'Donald'. Maybe that info was wiped by Windmark during Walter's interrogation. The only reason this entry was made, a man collecting rocks, was because two Observers came and took the man away against his will. Why are the rocks so important? First things first though - both Olivia and Walter are showing signs of the skin condition.

ACT III

  Walter takes a closer look at the eruption on Olivia's neck and scalpel's off the dark fragment. Luckily it had not rooted further into her skin and is easily removed.
This Is H-Q. 'Etta... Did Simon Have Our Winning Lottery Ticket When He... Well - You Know..?
That luck won't last much longer, they need to retrieve what they came for before the skin affliction becomes a permanent condition. Massey arrives with the material Walter requested - excellent. Walter intends to build a protective suit that will allow one of them to enter the mine without being harmed, he just needs to figure out what alloy to incorporate into the suit's lining for the best result. One task that Peter and Olivia can help with is to return to Henrietta's van and pull-off all of the weather stripping around the doors, windows etc.... Henrietta takes a call from Anil back in The Bronx. He tells her one of their operatives called - the Loyalists are tracking her and she needs to move before they find her.
  Yanking the weather-stripping from the van, Peter and Olivia get some alone time. He wants to talk about the mood she seems to be in, she wants to dismiss it. She isn't upset
Lets' Just Hotwire It And Go Somewhere. We Can Live In A Van... Down By The River
with him, but feels bad for herself. Of course she remembers the name of the restaurant with the great pie. Great memory is her thing... it's just that she wanted to forget that day, that time - when they were searching for their missing daughter. His urge was so strong to follow any lead that would bring the family back together. Her urge, not so strong. She was doubting her maternal capacity and was more compelled to head in the opposite direction, back to fight the invaders. She never felt worthy of the wonderful child they brought into the world. Finding her dead at some point was unthinkable, and returning to fight wasn't her strength of character: unwillingness to continue looking for Henrietta was her weakness. Motherhood just seemed more like punishment, and the fact that her grown daughter admires her so, doesn't help. Peter won't let her wallow in that emotion. He knows how good she is with their daughter and how much Olivia loves her. The past is the past, don't let the way she once felt interfere with the good that is happening now. The family has this fresh chance to start anew and he wants to take that chance. Henrietta finds them talking and shares what she just learned - the Observers are tracking us.
  Back in camp, the suit Walter envisioned
Walter, No!... We Said We Need A Mine Suit, M-I-N-E, Not A Mime Suit, M-I-M-E
is coming together. With the aid of their host, the self-contained breathing part of the suit is nearly finished. The group that was robbing the van of it's flexible stripping returns and Olivia shares the bad word - the Observers saw them near Route 11 on the way in and know they're in the area. Massey insists the group leave, there aren't many ways in and out of the area. Walter wants to finish his quest. He needs copper for the lining of the protective gear... something they may be able to get from another isolated tribe nearby. Massey is desperate for the Bishops to leave. If security forces are on the way, they will be here by morning, and destroy everything. All of the archives will be lost. Determined to remain until he gets safe passage into the cave, all Walter needs is the copper. Massey warns that the other group on the mountain, though they may be able to get the copper, won't trade with anyone they don't know. Massey's son points out that his father has talked to the group on the radio before. True. But Edwin has never met them, and he only talks to them when it is convenient for them. Peter points out that Edwin is the best chance for getting the copper they need, regardless of his relationship with the other group. Peter will even tag along as an armed escort. Walter offers-up some medical supplies if they need barter for the copper. Massey still wants out of the deal... build the suit back in Boston, then return to the mine when the threat for capture has gone. Henrietta sees a flaw in that option. If the camp does fall to a security sweep while they are back in Boston, Observer interrogations of Massey's troop will reveal the Bishop clan was there, and headed for the mine for the same rocks that 'Donald' was after decades earlier. They would surely seal the mine for good, in that case. Massey won't yield. All of his people are at risk, and Walter doesn't even know what the rocks he is after will do. And the folks over in the next quadrant, they are bad people... there is no guarantee they will get the copper they are going to ask for. Massey finally yields. He will radio the other group with the request. He also needs time to say good-bye to River, just in case he doesn't
Breaker, Breaker, This Is 'Bark Buddy'. Tell 'Terrible Ivan' To '10-39'. 'Smokey' Is Bearing Down On Our '10-20'
survive the excursion.

  ← In the radio tent, Edwin Massey makes a call to the other group that shares the mountain with them. The call to KA-42 is received in short order. The offer to barter receives a negative - they don't have the copper that is needed. Is Ivan available to speak with?
  On the all-season dirt road leading into the heavily forested area, a convoy of Loyalist enforcers drive through the dark countryside looking for their target. The lead vehicle stops and takes a digital image of the prominent tire tracks in the dust - the tread matches the make and model of the van they are after. The road ahead runs higher into the mountains. The stop does not go unnoticed. Henrietta is nearby on reconnaisance and sees that their time is limited.

ACT IV

  In his own
Let's See. Page One - Panel One. Night Exterior. 'Bark Boy' Cries Himself To Sleep Because The Coward Gene Runs In The Family
tent, River Massey sits and draws his latest graphic novel as his father joins him. Dad wants to clarify what just happened outside with the Bishops. Not wanting to help the Bishops is complicated. Getting the rocks out of the mine is something that needs to be done, but the danger is immense. He could lose everything... the archive, his life, and they would never be together again. Edwin promised River's mother that he'd protect him, no matter what, and he is conflicted about putting himself at risk now. Hero or coward, it is normal to be frightened at times like this... but a hero acts when the time comes. Edwin has decided to help... to do his part for the greater good. River doesn't want his father to lose his life, and ditto, Massey doesn't want to lose his life either, but Edwin has to make the effort - to make sure there's a world out there that River can thrive in. River should understand someday... when he has children of your own.
  Fresh news
Greetings And Namaste. I Am Doctor Marvin Dharma. On Behalf Of My Fellow Scientists - Welcome To 'The Observer Initiative'...
comes in from the lab in Boston. Astrid has repaired the videotape to the point that Walter's specifics on the tape can be understood. She sends the improved version of the tape over videophone to the Northern Pennsylvania encampment. The science team watches as the recording tells them they are looking for a crystallized form of quartz that will create a powerful energy source. Without the specialized mineral, they will not be able to implement the final phase of the plan to defeat the invaders. Forty pounds of the quartz is required. Massey rejoins the Bishops after Astrid's call with good news. The other group has two kilos of copper to trade, but he is backing out of the trip down the mountain - they can make the trade without him. Massey hands over directions to the meeting spot and the schematics for the solar technology they use here in Barksville. Those folks will gladly trade copper for the solar tech. Be careful.
  Peter and
If You Want To Talk Me Out Of It. NOW Would Be A Great Time
Olivia make the drive down the mountain in the van to the rendezvous point and find no one waiting for them. Peter rechecks the written instructions that Massey gave him. They are exactly where they were told to go. Why would he send them there? Maybe Massey never wanted them to find the other camp.

  Back at the top of the mountain, Edwin Massey walks to the gold mine with a lantern and a pail. The sullen look on Massey's face suggests a noble choice has been made... a choice with dire consequences. A fellow citizen sits near the entrance to the mine shaft and questions his arrival. Henrietta and Walter sit and work in the main gathering space back in camp. A loud clank rattles through the cold night air, getting everyone's attention. The noise came from the gold mine.

ACT V

  With Peter and Olivia back in camp, the entire team and a half dozen locals hurry to the mine shaft entrance with flashlights to investigate.
Heroic Deed. Done Dirt Cheap
The man Massey met on his way into the shaft explains to them what Edwin wouldn't. There was no copper waiting at the bottom of the mountain. Everyone rushes down the main shaft to the vertical shaft where they found the first corpse. Waiting for them is a pail of the quartz rock they came for - raised for them on a tackle rig from below. River Massey steps to the edge of the vertical shaft and checks the bottom. In the glow from his father's lantern he can see the rigored remains of Dad, heroically holding the chains that gave the Bishops the mineral power source needed to drive the invaders from the planet. It's time for Family Bishop to leave.
  Still stunned with tremendous loss, River Massey makes his way to the underground archive and steps into the sterile chamber to
Third Generation Archivist. Reporting For Duty
record the events of the day. A hero - sacrificing himself in order to get the Fringe Team the resources they need to save our world - his father, Edwin Massey, the Recorder of History, made history. Like other great men before him, he gave his life selflessly in pursuit of freedom... and a better future.
  In the early morning light, Henrietta's black van moves quickly along the dirt backroads through the thick pine forest of Northern Pennsylvania. The Loyalist search convoy races to intercept the vehicle and cuts the van off so it can't drive anywhere. A Loyalist enforcer hurries to the passenger door, opens it and fails to find what he was after. The male driver is alone -
Peter. We Should Have Called 'Enterprise'®... They'd Have Just Picked Us Up
he found the van at the side of the road with the keys in the ignition... so he took it.

  ← In a widely devastated ghost town, Peter hotwires an abandoned car to replace the van they sacrificed during their evasion. Walter throws his box of 'special rocks' in the back seat and jumps in beside them. Olivia reaches back and gives her daughter a maternal squeeze on the calf along with a loving smile - receiving a reciprocal smile for the effort. Peter puts the Vista Cruiser station wagon in gear and sets out for the long drive back. Pleased with the choice of transportation, Walter rolls down the window, dons his sunglasses and beams - Now this is a ride.

Quotes

"I wanted so much to be a mother, but... I just... didn't think that I was programmed that way. That I was... destined for something else. Ever since I was a kid, ever since the Cortexiphan Trials, I just... I was at odds." - Olivia (to Peter, doubting the capacity she had when Henrietta was little, and her ability to step in now and assume a maternal role with her fully-grown offspring)

"... there's a lot more to the word coward and the word hero than you think. It's complicated. You're not a coward if you're frightened. That's not what it means. You're a coward if you know what needs to be done and you don't do it." - Edwin Massey (to his son, River, preparing him for the immediate possibility of his own demise - a fatal, and vital, contribution in the war against the oppressors)

Trivia

General
  • Mine Lore. The 1923 Peruvian mine collapse that Walter cited, in which cannibalism was a factor, is fictional.
  • Coodies. The skin condition suffered in the encampment may have been considered Leprous, centuries ago, but in modern medical terms it is a Lichenification of the dermis.

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  • Did Massey ask KA-42 (Ivan) to take Henrietta's van to help decoy the Loyalists away from his compound and people?
  • What was Walter's relationship to the 'Donald' that was captured while trying to remove rocks from the mine?
  • Do the unique quartz rocks the team loaded with them in the station wagon cause the acute corrosive asphyxiation that killed Massey, or was it something else in the mine?
  • Did the Observers that took 'Donald' twenty-one years earlier leave something in the mine to cause the aggressive corrosive asphyxiation?
    • If so, did they intend to make it a permanent deterrent for anyone that might harvest the unique, and potentially powerful, quartz ore?
    • If so, are there other unique ores in the mine that they intended to protect?

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