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Over There (2)
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Over There (2) (S02E23) is the twenty-third episode of season two of "Fringe" released on ... More Over There (2) (S02E23) is the twenty-third episode of season two of "Fringe" released on Thu May 20, 2010. Over 1,433 TV Time users rated it a 9.76/10 with their favorite characters being John Noble as Walter Bishop, Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham and Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop.
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July 2015

This double episode is outstanding. My only regret is that I'm not able to watch it the same way I did the first time, without knowing what happens next.
First of all, an ovation to actors who had to bear double identities during this season finale (and after), especially Anna Torv, delivering two completely different personalities just by the look on her face. The discussion between both Olivias clearly is one of culminating points of those episodes, maybe of the whole show due to the actress' remarkable work. John Noble was extraordinary too.
About the story, I guess everyone who watched the show was waiting the very moment when we could really see the other side, since Olivia & William meeting. And our expectations are well satisfied, in my opinion. Knowing the Fringe team is walking another universe add tension in every single scene, as common as they are, like a simple walk in New York.
I liked to see William Bell again, even if his sacrifice made me sad as he seemed less suspicious than events of both first seasons suggested.
We also finally get the kiss, after seeing Olivia & Peter flirting at each other since the beginning of this season.
And about the end, I'll just say cliffhanger of season one is nothing compared to the exchange of both Olivias and the season three storyline which is created by this Walternate decision.
Well, this double episode has a special place in my pantheon of best series moments.

This double episode is outstanding. My only regret is that I'm not able to watch it the same way I did the first time, without knowing what happens next. 
First of all, an ovation to actors who had to bear double identities during this season finale (and after), especially Anna Torv, delivering two completely different personalities just by the look on her face. The discussion between both Olivias clearly is one of culminating points of those episodes, maybe of the whole show due to the actress' remarkable work. John Noble was extraordinary too.
About the story, I guess everyone who watched the show was waiting the very moment when we could really see the other side, since Olivia & William meeting. And our expectations are well satisfied, in my opinion. Knowing the Fringe team is walking another universe add tension in every single scene, as common as they are, like a simple walk in New York.
I liked to see William Bell again, even if his sacrifice made me sad as he seemed less suspicious than events of both first seasons suggested.
We also finally get the kiss, after seeing Olivia & Peter flirting at each other since the beginning of this season. 
And about the end, I'll just say cliffhanger of season one is nothing compared to the exchange of both Olivias and the season three storyline which is created by this Walternate decision.
Well, this double episode has a special place in my pantheon of best series moments.
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August 2016

Wow...that season finale was like a fucking great movie!!! I have no words...and that cliffhanger at the end...I'm on to the next season, who needs a social life anyway? Damnit Fringe, you know what I love

Wow...that season finale was like a fucking great movie!!! I have no words...and that cliffhanger at the end...I'm on to the next season, who needs a social life anyway? Damnit Fringe, you know what I love
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March 2016

THE FUCKING KISS OMG 😍😍

THE FUCKING KISS OMG 😍😍
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December 2016

Wow! She can act like a motherfucker so easy!

Wow! She can act like a motherfucker so easy!
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July 2015

Great great episode! I needed it since when Olivia's memories of Bell!!!
- The fight scene was amazing! Anna Torv is such a great actress, just changing her facial expressions she can interpret two "different" characters, I was really amazed!
- Peter, thank you for choosing her and our universe!!!!
- I loved the scenes between Bell and Walter, especially at the end, when they reconcile and he sacrificed himself for them.
- OMG when I realized Olivia is stuck in the other universe!!!

I'm really satisfied, this show so far is brilliant!

Great great episode! I needed it since when Olivia's memories of Bell!!!
- The fight scene was amazing! Anna Torv is such a great actress, just changing her facial expressions she can interpret two "different" characters, I was really amazed!
- Peter, thank you for choosing her and our universe!!!!
- I loved the scenes between Bell and Walter, especially at the end, when they reconcile and he sacrificed himself for them.
- OMG when I realized Olivia is stuck in the other universe!!!

I'm really satisfied, this show so far is brilliant!
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June 2015

YESSSS!

YESSSS!
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October 2015

Omg no wtf

Omg no wtf
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April 2016

So they switched our Liv during this explosion and send double instead of her. Next season should be pretty interesting.

So they switched our Liv during this explosion and send double instead of her. Next season should be pretty interesting.
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March 2017

#teamWilliamBell

Leonard Nimoy 😍😍😍

#teamWilliamBell

Leonard Nimoy 😍😍😍
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June 2016

Há um anagrama neste capítulo. Ele é encontrado no laboratório do Walternativo quando o Walter e o William entram pela primeira vez nele. Notem no quadro ao lado esquerdo do Bell, onde há uma frase que diz, "A Demons Twist Rusts", que na verdade quer dizer, "Don't trust Sam Weiss". Isso pode ser verdade, já que o glyph que o capítulo dá é o sobrenome dele, Weiss.

Isso me lembra vagamente o 2x17, numa conversa entre ele e Olivia, quando ele diz que é mais velho do que aparenta. Será que isso significa alguma coisa? Eu até pensei, será que ele é uma das crianças que foram tratadas pelo o Cortexiphan? Ou ele pode ter alguma conexão com aquele homem que aparece no fundo da foto do pai do Walter, no 2x14?

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August 2015

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