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Wallflower
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Season: 4 Episode: 7
Air Date: 18 Nov 2011
Written by: Matthew Pitts
Justin Doble
Directed by: Anthony Hemingway
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Tobias Segal as Eugene Bryant
Monte Markham as Dr. Leland Spivey
Nancy Sivak as Teresa Jaffee, RN

Arthur Corber as Pharmacist
Todd Thomson as Jack Zoephel
Karly Warkentin as Meg Zoephel
Mike Waterman as Officer Grant
Jason Coleman as Officer #2
Jarod Joseph as Agent Tim
Eric Gibson as Young Shopper
Jane McGregor as Julie
James Clayton as Ned Ryerson
Justin Breault as Tactical Officer
Chris Shields as Agent
Alvin Sanders as Doorman
Shaine Jones as Agent Spencer
Justin Kim as First Intruder

Next: Back To Where You've Never Been
Previously: And Those We've Left Behind
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction

Wallflower is the seventh episode of the fourth season of FRINGE. It first aired on 18 November, 2011. An invisible force is killing innocent civilians to harvest their pigmentation. The predator has a genetic disorder that was manipulated for years by a well-known laboratory. Olivia suffers from migraine headaches, but has no idea why. Agent Lee is starting to adapt to the demands of Fringe Division.

Synopsis

Prologue
  In her apartment, in the middle of the night, Olivia heads to her medicine cabinet in search of relief. Her migraine headache is unbearable, and sure enough, her prescription is empty. She calls an all-nite pharmacy to have a refill waiting for her when she gets there. Olivia picks-up her last authorized refill at the pharmacy - she was hoping she would be feeling better before having to get her doctor to authorize another prescription. Olivia pops a pill in her mouth then starts the short walk back to her apartment. On her way home, she passes an all-hours diner and catches a glimpse of a familiar face sitting at the counter. It's her new team member - Agent Lincoln Lee. Feeling well enough to socialize, Olivia steps inside the diner to say hello to Lee. He had no idea that she lived just a few blocks away...
Rut-Roh, Rits Rincoln Ree. (Okay Scooby - Let's Get You Home)
does she care to join him. Olivia is up for a little chat, so they a grab a booth and start a friendly conversation. Lee is having a hard time adjusting to being in a new city, and really hasn't slept well since he moved from Connecticut. Plus, the nature of Fringe casework has Lee challenging his old beliefs. He used to have confidence that he understood the world... the basic truths - but now, not so much so. The days of blissful ignorance are gone. Olivia believes Lee will adapt. The weirdness becomes part of your daily life and you become indifferent to it. That's what happened for her. Sort of.
  In Beacon Hill, Massachusetts, Jack makes his way back to his apartment a few blocks away on Willow by cutting through some of the residential back alleys in his neighborhood. Concerned, Jack gets the impression that he is being followed and nervously increases the pace of his walk. He hasn't
That Is Correct Dispatch... Call The Albino Disposal Unit
seen anyone, per se, but is nervous. His wife, Meg, calls him on his cell phone to check his progress. He tells her about his worries, even though it may just be his imagination. That gets Meg worried... she is going to call the police. Jack doesn't want her to bother, he is almost home. Jack loses phone reception and continues quickly. Jack stops and looks around when he hears somthing odd... his imagination just stepped in a small puddle behind him. Jack scurries to the front door of his building and gets a call from Meg. She called the Police and they are en route. Jack thinks he will be alright when he unlocks the door and starts to enter... he is home now. As he finishes his comment to his wife, Jack is tackled from behind and driven into the lobby. Two uniformed police officers arrive in short order and hurry to the lobby. Officer Grant calls dispatch for an ambulance... Jack Zoephel is laying on the floor and unresponsive. Grant's partner is stunned at Jack's appearance - a young man with completely white hair and no color to his skin, whatsoever. Officer Grant is caught off-guard when a visually transparent entity passes directly next to him, headed for the lobby exit. Grant pulls his pistol from its' holster and fires repeatedly at the fleeing apparition. His partner didn't see it and wants to know what Grant is shooting at. Meg Zoephel has left her apartment to find her husband and runs into the lobby after she hears the gunfire. Officer Grant is still spooked and needs her to stay away from Jack. Meg goes ballistic when she sees her husband has turned ghostly white and is fatally injured.

ACT I

  Relegated to the sidelines, and what feels like house-arrest,
You Are Worse Than Walter With Names. My Name Is Tim... Not Dick
Peter makes his way through a big-box store with the agent that has been assigned to his security detail. Peter is uncomfortable with the formality of his escort, but understands why - getting attached to one's prisoner can be awkward. His security man insists Peter isn't a prisoner... just consider him as a friend. Peter continues looking for items he needs and learns that Broyles has authorized an underwhelming weekly allowance of two hundred dollars for Peter's expenses. Peter sees a young shopper nearby trying to get an item off of a high shelf, so he steps over to help get it down. Peter's new agent friend puts his hand on Peter's chest and rudely stops him from getting closer to the boy. The agent helps the short shopper instead. After the kid leaves, Peter wants to know what happened just then. Simply put - standing instructions are to limit his interaction with civilians... it's nothing personal. Peter reflects on his not a prisoner status. He has been investigating Fringe Events for three years, but he never thought he'd become one.
  Back in Beacon Hill, Broyles briefs his science team after they arrive at the crime scene in the entrance of the Zoephel's apartment. The murder occcured about the same time Olivia and Lee were having a chat in the diner earlier that morning. All of the broken glass at the entryway was because one of the
The Rings The Thing At Unhappy Hour
responding policemen thought he was shooting at the murderer. Lee and Olivia interview the two officers on the front walkway. Officer Grant is hesitant to discuss exactly what he saw... maybe he just overreacted when he emptied his weapon. He didn't see anything specific, it was more like he felt a presence. Lee want's to know - what? Like a ghost? Cautious for his professional reputation, Officer Grant doesn't care for the label... ghost. Back inside, Astrid has her videolink set-up so Walter can make his contribution from the lab. Astrid determines that Zoephel's neck was broken. Walter's hypothesis is garbled by a mouthful of Boston's finest double battered onion rings. The casual attitude coming from the lab is starting to perturb Astrid. Walter supposes a rapid spike of adrenaline may be the reason the victim has lost all of his color. Scared pale from fear? Astrid thinks that Walter is just perpetuating an old folktale. Walter snipes that Astrid must have been a boring child - not having had any imagination. Astrid has had it with Walter's gruff indifference and hangs-up... this videolink is over. Olivia checks-in on Astrid's progress, and throws in a personal question for her too. Astrid tells her they need to take the corpse back to Walter's lab. As for the personal inquiry - does all of the crazy things they see ever get to her? - Yes. Every day. Talking with the mental health professional from work helps... because she sure as heck can't talk to family or friends about the weirdness. Why? Who does Olivia talk to? No one. That's just not normal, is it? Lee comes in from the courtyard with bagged evidence that rules out ghosts. Ghosts don't bleed.
  In a dank storage room, trinkets and small personal items clutter the simple wooden shelves. The nearby tables are full of lab equipment and burners heat two large vessels connected to
Physically Invisible + Socially Invisible = Tortured Soul
tubing that feeds a large vat. Bubbles in the vat stop when a fully immersed young man sits-up in the milky mixture and quivers from the treatment he just administered to himself. After he puts on a suit and tie, he locates the residential elevator he rides for his morning ritual. One of two elevators arrive for his ride down from the fourteenth floor, but it is empty. He lets it go and summons the second elevator for the ride down. It arrives carrying the object of his desire... a smartly dressed young woman that he fancies. He enters and the elevator continues. Timid and speechless, Eugene Bryant sneaks leering glances at Julie. Julie barely notices his presence. A few floors down, Ned Ryerson enters the elevator and greets Julie. Their casual conversation about the weather, and weekend plans, doesn't think to include the social wallflower in the elevator with them. After the polite acquaintances exit the elevator, Eugene continues on alone. He studies his reflection in the polished control panel - he barely even notices himself.
← After the science team returns to
That's Not A Telescope Walter... Stop Asking Us If We Want To "See Uranus"
Walter's lab with the corpse of Jack Zoephel, Olivia learns that three bodies with similar characteristics to this one have been discovered in that area in the past two weeks. Why is Fringe Division just hearing about this now? The police had just assumed that the dead suffered from albinism. Astrid hasn't had any luck finding a DNA match in law enforcement databases for the blood they found at the crime scene. She is going to start searching medical databases next. Walter remembers that a Tanzanian tribe would call albinos - Zeru... their word for 'ghost'. Walter takes a residue sample from the dead man, puts it under the microscope and discovers a resemblance to animals like octopi and chameleons. The victim has chromatophore cells on him. The type of cell that allows those animals to change its' pigmentation and blend into the background. Astrid finds a DNA match in one of the medical databases, but the finding doesn't make sense. The DNA belongs to a newborn infant that lived for only four days back in July of 1989. Walter ponders the impossibility - maybe they are looking for a ghost after all.

ACT II

  Agents Dunham and Lee head West and visit Parkview Hospital in Mount Vernon, New York, to gain access to the files of
Man These Glasses Give Me A Headache. Oops. Sorry Liv. I Keep Forgetting
the infant whose DNA was found at their murder scene. 'Baby Boy Bryant', the child that only lived for four days, died from a genetic variance that couldn't be classified. Ten specialists examined the newborn and not one could diagnose him. There was no medical precedent at the time that could explain the baby's condition. The child died from complications associated with his genetic disorder. Olivia's headache is still bothering her and she needs to medicate while they research the files. A Doctor Blake West and Nurse Teresa Jaffee are indicated in the record... maybe one of them still works at Parkview. One does, and the two investigators spend a few minutes interviewing Teresa Jaffee. She signed the death certificate and still recalls the unsettling death, and life, of the infant. The child was incredibly pale and his skin was hyper-sensitive... so sensitive that the lights in the room burned his skin. The infant had to be cared for in a ward with no windows and no lights. When the infant died after four days, Jaffee was there when they took him away. She remembers it vividly because of what happened, something she has never mentioned before now - she had the impression the baby cried faintly. Jaffee said nothing at the time - she thought she had merely imagined the sound. What was the final disposition of the infant? The infant went to Cyprox, Incorporated... they were going to handle the autopsy. Olivia knows Cyprox well - they took care of her mother's medical expenses when she was dying of cancer. The bad news is that back then, Cyprox was a subsidiary of Kelvin Genetics - which later became Massive Dynamic.
Mom. Don't Call Me Olive When There's A Boy Around
  Dunham and Lee continue their investigation in New York Harbor at Massive Dynamic's office inside of the Liberty Island compound. Nina Sharp handles the interview... it's been years since she thought about Cyprox Insurance. Olivia has a feeling that the Bryant infant didn't die, but was abducted instead. Nina is familiar with the incident and suggests that Olivia is correct. The genetic abnormality that the infant suffered from made it a potential target for genetic experimentation. The unique cellular quality of the baby's genetics might accommodate chromatophore implantation... giving it the ability to blend into its' surroundings. Lee guesses that might be the ideal makings for a spy, or soldier. Nina concurs, the potential military applications were there, but one unexpected thing did happen during the experimentation - the chromatophores helped the fragile infant survive. Olivia asks if Nina knew about this back then. Unequivocally no. The infant was at a satellite research facility, one of dozens - she and William Bell did not have any specific knowledge of that experiment. Nina can't justify what was done to the infant, but its' life was saved. Olivia wonders if that was a good thing, or not. Still, Nina wants to contribute... she will send the pertinent files up to Walter to examine, if that will help. Lee is curious - why is Nina so up-to-speed on this topic. Nina already has the answer on the tip of her tongue: Ten years ago, everybody assumed that Eugene 'Baby Boy' Bryant died in the fire that consumed the lab he was kept in. Eugene? Yep... a nickname, short for Unknown Genetic disorder.
Damn You Cat... MY Bed Is Not YOUR Litter Box
  On the fifteenth floor of the Elmwood Apartments, Julie exits the elevator and returns to her elegant home to unwind after the long day. As she enters, a transparent entity slips through the door behind her. Julie heads to the kitchen, pours herself a glass of wine and lets down her hair. After turning on some music and losing her jacket, Julie starts looking for her cat, Ziggy. The transparent entity avoids detection after leaving Julie's bedroom and slips into the kitchen to examine Julie's stylish hairpin. Julie searches the apartment for her pet and finds that her bedroom has been redecorated by an intruder. She drops her wine glass at the discovery and gets even more alarmed when she hears the front door unlatch. Concerned for her safety, she secures the still moving chain on her front door and locks the bolt.

ACT III

If The Women Don't Find You Handsome - They Should At Least Find You Handy
  In Walter's campus home, Peter is posting schematics and diagrams around the first floor when he gets a visitor at the door. Agent Lee has stopped by to deliver items Peter had requested from Broyles. Peter thanks Lee, not just for the delivery, but for treating him like a human-being. Lee is okay with it... after Peter saved hundreds of lives from the time anomalies (And Those We've Left Behind) the other day - Lee was surprised when Broyles didn't just hand Peter a badge and make him a member of Fringe Division. A friendly question - does Peter think he will be able to get back to where he came from? Peter imagines that since the device on Liberty Island was powerful enough to pull him from the timeline he was experiencing, it may be able to send him back too. Lee uses Peter as a sounding board for what has been running through his mind lately... the bizarre nature of Fringe casework. He is adapting, but has a hard time believing Olivia when she tells him it will become run-of-the-mill after awhile. Why does she seem so unphased by it all? Peter understands - Lincoln is impressed with Olivia. Peter knows what that is like, well, at least what it was like with his version of Olivia. Lincoln gets a call on his cell phone. Time for him to hit the lab - Walter has something he needs to show the team.

  Back in Walter's lab, Agent Lee returns and notices the new aquarium with a tiny octopus swimming about. Walter is fascinated with the intelligent animal. Octopi are very creative too, they even build gardens around their homes. Astrid is considerably less fascinated when she finds the $818 receipt for Walter's latest acquisition. Broyles will undoubtly blame her for this. Olivia has a thought on Eugene Bryant, could he be killing people for their pigmentation - in order to become visible? Walter thinks that may be the case, it would explain the chromatophore cells transfered to the corpse - the cells could be absorbing and transfering pigment to Bryant. Still, he would need to steal a tremendous amount of pigment to overcome the level of experimentation he endured. In other words, there are going to be a lot more victims.
  On the second level of the parking garage at the Elmwood Apartments, Ned Ryerson locates his car and gets into the driver seat. As he starts the engine and prepares to back out of the parking space, a transparent entity smashes his side window and reaches inside to grab Ned. Ned gets his head slammed against the steering wheel several times, then is fatally choked.

  In Walter's lab, after he finishes installing his new sound-activated light switch, Walter summons his three agents from their offices and has them gather around a large wooden maze he has set-up for his mouse. He lets the mouse start negotiating the maze, then explains his
Invisble Mouse In Ultra-Violet Light
findings. First of all, Walter thinks that Eugene Bryant may be dying. From what he can tell, Bryant's effort to counteract the effects of the experimentation he endured may be returning him to the genetic state he was in when he was born. If he does, he will face the same fate that he did as an infant - death. Bryant may be killing himself, intentionally or not. Olivia wants to know how long it will be until that happens. Walter can't say for sure, that would depend on how successful Bryant is in collecting pigmentation. Walter's mouse finishes negotiating the maze and is relocated to the center of the maze. Walter's second finding will be a little more practical for the team to locate Bryant. Walter claps his hands and the overhead light goes out. The good news is they can pinpoint Bryant by using ultra-violet lighting. Walter gets everyone's attention when he holds an ultra-violet wand over the wooden maze... and a second mouse, previously invisible to the naked eye, appears not far away from the first mouse. She was in the maze the entire time. Astrid takes the call from Broyles. Another victim has been found.
Ned. Pale And Dead. In The Parking Shed
  Broyles meets Dunham and Lee in the parking garage at Elmwood Apartments. The canine units are given the murderer's scent and start a search. The Doorman there had just begun his shift when he discovered Ryerson dead. He almost didn't recognize him in the condition he was left in. The security cameras for the complex are fairly new - they have had some recent burglary break-ins. As far as the doorman can tell, no one had left the building through any exit, he even rechecked the footage to be certain. The canine unit gets a hit on the scent... the murderer went upstairs. Broyles orders a lockdown of the complex and directs every available unit to be sent to the Elmwood Apartments.

ACT IV

  The canine search through the Elmwood complex begins in earnest once all of the occupants have evacuated to the surrounding streets. Lee accompanies a canine unit to the lower levels to start searching. Olivia goes with another unit to the top. The plan is to work toward one another and meet in the middle. After searching a few of the top floors, Olivia decides to split her team to help expedite the mission. By herself, Olivia wanders into an area that is being renovated and uses her ultra-violet flashlight to find Bryant in the
Making A Scene... Being Seen
darkness. A few floors away, one of the search dogs picks-up the scent of the killer and starts tracking him. Olivia is cautious around the scaffolding, ladders and other equipment left in-place for the renovation... but fails to notice the large hole in the floor. She falls into the chute and barely catches herself on the rim. Her ultra-violet flashlight remains on, resting a few feet away from her. Lee calls Olivia on the tactical radio with the news that the scent dog found a shirt, then grows worried when she fails to respond. Eugene Bryant, now visible in Olivia's flashlight, approaches her as she struggles to avoid falling several floors through the interior of the building. Olivia asks for his help and gets it. Bryant shares a few philosophical words on the importance of being seen, then pulls Olivia from peril - and snatches her pistol in the process. Facing her own weapon, Olivia doles out the truth quickly... Eugene - whatever you are doing to yourself, it is killing you. Let us try and heal you. Jaded by life, Eugene doubts that. He is valuable to the military - and now that they know Experiment 6-9-5-4-5 is still alive, they want him back. Olivia promises that she is not with the military, she simply wants to stop the murders. Eugene's emotional damage is deep - having watched those around him for so many years, living their lives and having normal relationships... while his life was pretty much as a lab rat. Olivia offers to take him to Walter - if anyone can repair him, it will be Walter. Eugene refuses the option of returning to any lab, not after having grown-up in one. Agent Lee and the canine units close-in quickly on Olivia's position and Bryant flees before any of the agents, or German Shepards, can intercept him. After two complete searches of the building, Broyles decides to let the residents return to their homes. As the large crowd of temporarily displaced tenants slowly swarm out of the cold night and back into the lobby of their building, a dressed and visible Eugene Bryant slips out and walks quickly away against the flow of pedestrians. Trying to maintain a low profile around the Fringe team and other law enforcers, Bryant's presence doesn't go unnoticed - the search dogs sense that he is near and bark a loud warning. Eugene slips around the corner to freedom.
  In the aftermath of the search, one of the tactical teams discovers Eugene Bryant's makeshift laboratory. Located in a sub-basement where many of the pipes for the building run, the area is clearly Bryant's home. The shelves are full of trinkets and are probably tokens from the residents he has been watching for so long. The lab equipment makes it seem to Lee
When A Wallflower Is Recognized - The Wallflower Quickly Dies
that Eugene was trying to cure his condition. Olivia knows better - Eugene just wanted to be seen.

← The next morning, Eugene Bryant returns for his ritual elevator ride to try for a 'close encounter of the Julie kind'. He is almost late for the elevator and nearly misses the few seconds he shares with Julie each day. Eugene is amazed when Julie, out of the blue, starts with some friendly chit-chat. She sees him every day in the elevator, but since he wasn't there when the door opened, she thought he might have caught the cold that is going around. It's too beautiful a day to be sick. Eugene introduces himself and watches as his new acquaintance leaves the elevator. Alone now, Eugene Bryant sits on the floor and passes away quietly.

ACT V

  Olivia pays Nina Sharp a visit on Liberty Island to tell her that Eugene Bryant is dead. She knows that she could have called and told Nina, but she needs to talk. Like Bryant, Olivia feels 'different' and needs some maternal solace. Did the Cortexiphan testing she endured as a child leave her emotionally stunted? Even around her colleagues she feels out of place - where does she belong in the world? Nina offers that what happened to her as a child shouldn't define who she is now. Life is
New Specs
an experiment and Olivia is as normal as anyone can be. Before Olivia and her sister joined Nina in her home - work was Nina's life. Taking the two of them in was a risk, but now, Nina can't imagine her life without having the Dunham girls in it. When the time is right, Olivia will know what her place in the world is.
  In the Situation Room at the Federal Building in Boston, Peter stops by Agent Lee's workstation with a little gift. Lee opens the spectacle case and raises his eyebrows. Peter has to move on - Broyles granted him some time in the lab. Olivia and Peter share cursory greetings in the hallway as she walks to join Lee at his desk. He has just finished the paperwork she needs - another oddball case in the books that makes it hard to sleep at night. No? Could be... anyway, if Lee is at the diner again tonight at three in the morning with insomnia - they may just cross paths. Maybe. Olivia leaves the area and Agent Lee removes his eyeglasses, then replaces them with the gift from Peter. He checks his reflection in his monitor. The
Well. She Did Say - Maybe
old Clark Kent frames are out... while the new look is a little more Doctor Daniel Jackson in nature. →

← Later, at the all-hours diner in Olivia's neighborhood, Agent Lincoln Lee accepts a refill on his coffee and works through the daily crossword puzzle. It's ten minutes after three in the morning, and it doesn't look like his new partner is going to make the quiet rendezvous that was suggested.
  In her apartment, Olivia takes a minute to study the mirror and fix her long blonde ponytail. Getting ready to leave for a little while, she ties her shoes, then throws on a heavy jacket for the short walk to the diner. What she fails to notice are the debilitating fumes seeping under her front door. When she reaches for her keys, she pitches sideways onto the floor and lands completely incapacitated. Two men wearing gas masks immediately enter the room and check the premises. Once the fumes have lost their effect, they remove the masks and get busy with the task they came for. The security monitor is disabled and Olivia is injected with Cortexiphan at the base of her skull. No need to move her to her bed - she won't remember that past two hours - and she will wake with a terrible headache. The two intruders grab their equipment and quickly exit Olivia's apartment. Waiting and watching in the doorway, Nina Sharp/Instance sighs and closes the door to Olivia's home.

Quotes

"All my life... I've been watching them live theirs. Watching them... fall in love. To be looked upon by the right person... to connect... and to see in their eyes kindness. Happiness. And... recognition. That's when you exist." - Eugene Bryant (to Olivia, explaning his daunting search for humanity, and human contact, after decades serving the corporate-military-industrial mission to weaponize his unique genetics)

Trivia

General
  • The Observer watches the Fringe team while they search for Eugene evading through the throng of residents returning to their apartments
  • Wallflower. Originally - someone who loitered around the perimeter of a room at a dance, or social event. More generally - someone who is shy, awkward, excluded or largely ignored.
Cultural Reference
  • John and Yoko. Walter's lab mice are likely named after the iconic musical couple, John Lennon and Yoko Ono
Recurring Theme
  • Glyphs. A daisy glyph and a butterfly glyph hang on the wall of the late night diner where Olivia and Lincoln crossed paths. A butterfly adorns a lampshade near the front door of Olivia's apartment

Previously

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    A brochure from Octopus Insurance is part of the junk-mail in the Green's residence (And Those We've Left Behind). Apart from Walter's new expensive octopus in the lab, it foreshadows Eugene Bryant's chromatophoric ability to adjust his pigmentation to match the visual environment he is in

Music

Fade Into You by Mazzy Star
Thunder And Lightning by Fillmore Slim
Me Oh My by Bryan Ferry
Long List Of Lovers by Violet Sedan Chair

Glyphs


—   Plot Relevant Questions   — Address theories about questions on Wallflower/Theories   Ask minor questions on the Talk Page  

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  • Why are the intruders in Olivia's apartment injecting Cortexiphan into her neck?
    • Is the injection designed to help her manifest her latent abilities from childhood?
    • Is the injection designed to force her to develop abilities she never demonstrated as a child?
  • Is this the first time these intruders have incapacitated Olivia and injected her?
    • If not, are the migraine headaches Olivia suffers from a by-product of being incapacitated and injected?
    • If not, does Nina travel from New York City everytime Olivia is incapacitated and injected?
  • Did Nina Sharp lead the intrusion into Olivia's apartment or was that the Nina Sharp from the alternate universe?
  • Why did Peter give Lee a pair of glasses that are similar to the ones Walter found hidden in his old files?

Episodes

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

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