Sorry, can't help but scream that. Yes, the untapped power of the brain has been tackled a handful of times in a handful of Fringe
episodes--Livy's abilities, Rebecca, that Tyler kid--and tonight is another example. This time, though, it's the brain we should've taken a look at eons ago: Walter's brain.
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So how exactly does his head come into the picture? I can't really make the connection yet, but the Fringe Division will, tonight, investigate a really odd event at a mental institution. There's this patient who gives himself an impromptu brain surgery, and unexpected leaves his brain exposed. No, the dude doesn't die--in fact, he survives the whole thing, and his sanity isn't affected either.
The question: how are the patients in that mental institution being cured? I guess that's where Walter's brains come in. Maybe it is possible, with the help of some fringe-y stuff. Then again, it could be something totally different--take the cue from Livy, who spots the head (literally) of the shape-shifters among surveillance footage in the course of the investigation. Oh, dead.
Sebastian Roche guest stars on tonight's Fringe
, from 9pm on Fox. The photos are right below, unless somebody moved them up the shelf.(Image courtesy of Fox)