Two teenager are smoking grass in a car parked at an abandoned area. Out of the blue, they hear a noise in a warehouse and the youngster Dave decides to snoop around. A shape-shifter catches him and assumes his form while another one catches his girlfriend Jill to use her body. When the teenagers are found dead with three marks on the palate, the Fringe Division investigates the case and soon they find a shape-shifter embryo at the warehouse. After a visit to the Massive Dynamic, they conclude that Thomas Jerome Newton is the responsible for the transference. Further, he is trying to bring something big from the parallel universe that will be synchronized with our universe. Now they have to find where the transfer will happen.
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Did You Know?
In this episode, one pivotal character is named "Verona" and another character takes a drug that makes him appear to be dead but which really only knocks him out for awhile. Both of these are references to William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet": the play takes place in Verona, and Juliet takes an apothecary's drug that makes her only appear to be dead. See more
In the lab, Walter asks for car batteries, a voltage transformer, and a corpse. A regular voltage transformer would only work with alternating current, while the car batteries only supply direct current; hence, no transformation of the voltage would occur. See more
SPOILERS: I am not from here, am I? You didn't just open a hole to the other side... you went through and you brought me back. That's why I was able to survive Newton's device. That's why I can't remember my childhood.
End Title Theme (Composed by Michael Giacchino)
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