Feb 4, 2009 Posted in Fringe - 112 No-Brainersingle Fringe - 113 The Transformationsingle Fringe - Easter Eggssingle Fringe - Next Episode Clues by Scully

Clue to 113 hidden in 112

As Olivia and the Bishops investigate the death of a car salesman in The No-Brainer - a sign advertising leases for $718 is seen behind Walter…

The sign

The sign

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This is foreshadowing the crash of Flight 718 in the opening scenes of The Transformation.

Jan 28, 2009 Posted in Fringe - 112 No-Brainersingle Fringe - Easter Eggssingle Fringe - The Observer by Scully

The Observer - 112

This week you can see the Observer on the sidewalk as Olivia drives by…

Jan 28, 2009 Posted in Fringe - 112 No-Brainersingle Fringe - Walter's Lab Notes by Scully

Walter’s lab notes - 112

"No-Brainer" lab notes

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Project 1091 - Exploration 1

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The Images:

Photograph of the victims.

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The Note:

“Once more into the breech…” is from Henry V by Shakespeare

Jan 28, 2009 Posted in Fringe - 111 Boundsingle Fringe - 112 No-Brainersingle Fringe - Easter Eggssingle Fringe - Next Episode Clues by Scully

Clue to 112 hidden in 111

The book seen at the end of Episode 111, that Olivia is holding is titled “What’s that Noise?”…

The book

The book

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When the computer boots up in 112, the opening screen says “What,s that Noise?”…

The screen

The screen

Jan 22, 2009 Posted in Fringe - 112 No-Brainersingle Fringe - Walter's Lab Notes by Scully

Walter’s lab notes - 111

"Bound" lab notes

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Project 1087 - Exploration 1

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The Images:

A photograph of one of the slugs and what looks like a singe cell.  There is also a half eaten Philly steak sandwich.

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The Note:

Ouranos and Cronos are from Greek Mythology:

Ouranos (Uranus) - or Father Sky, is personified as the son and husband of Gaia, Mother Earth

Cronos - is the wily, youngest and most terrible of the children of Uranus, whom he hated. He castrated his father and became ruler of the universe, but was later overthrown by his own son Zeus.

Norse

Buri, Bor and Wotan are from Norse Mythology:

Buri (Bori) - Progenitor of gods; father of Bor.  Said, in the Eddas, to have been
brought forth from when the cosmic bovine, Auðhumbla, licked the salty rime-ice to free him

Bor - father of Wotan.  Not much is known about him.

Wotan (Odin) - the chief God.  Defeated the giant Ymir and helped make the worlds from the body parts of Ymir.  He is a god who encompasses many functions and powers. God of the storm winds, God of the runes, a war God, God of the battle-slain, and a God of wisdom.  He also usedherbs to revive the severed head of his uncle Mímir to gain wisdom.

Snorri

Snorri is in reference to Snorri Sturluson - author of ‘Prose Edda’ a book about mythology.

Quote

In the quote:

“Squashes that will squash the county fair records? In class mammalia, order rodentia, the rise of the ROUS’s? Even we hominids might take part. More than a few females might wish to grow thier assets; men, too.”

ROUS is a acronym from ‘Princess Bride’ meaning Rodents Of Unusual Size.

slug

Betsy is what Walter named the slug.