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Review: Fringe - What Lies Below Season 2, Episode 13


Ok, I know Walter Bishop is brilliant, but coming up with a cure for a 75,000-year-old virus? A little far-fetched, but hey, we'll go with it. Geez, put Walter on the cure for the common cold or cancer. Just put him in a room with Astrid and a refrigerator, and who knows what awesome scientific wonders he might come up with. He's the new MacGyver.


Well, it didn't take long for things to kick into high gear in this episode of Fringe. Within seconds of the first floating letters, we had a mysterious guy wandering into a petroleum company, bleeding from the nose and turning into The Thing from Fantastic Four. And was that some awesome blood spewing or what? Props to the behind-the-scenes crew who put that together.


Walter may be a brilliant scientist, but his kid skills leave something to be desired. "Children should know the truth," he said, after telling a group of museum kids a creepy story about finding monsters under the bed, being eaten and digested in the stomach of the monster, etc. "When you open new doors, there is a price to pay," said Walter. Ok, we get it. Stay in your house and never venture into alternate universes. Ever!


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