Monday's hourlong, which was originally an unaired Season 1 episode, kept in line with "Fringe's" procedural template and even revisited some of last year's storylines, but the decision to advertise what was an "old" episode as a new one didn't help the cohesiveness of the serialized show.
The Case: A dying girl, Lisa Donovan, is taken off life support, and while the doctors prep her for her post-death organ donor procedure, she dramatically comes back to life, reciting a series of numbers (which end up being classified military information) and exercising her new fluency in the Russian language.
While Olivia and Peter investigate further into her "connection" with a missing soldier Andrew Rusk who had knowledge of those codes, Walter posits that Lisa may be channeling Rusk and that she may in fact be psychic after her sudden resurrection. Apparently, a person suffering a near-death experience has the ability to connect with those who have already passed on. Not as crazy as a six-feet worm coming out of your body without warning.
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