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  • Last Friday, Fox's sci-fi uber-coolness Fringe kicked back to 1985 — land of Walter's sideburns and cortexiphan treatments — to show us how young Olivia called Olive by Dr. Bishop star-crossed paths with new-to-this-'verse Peter just as she was tapping into her abilities to travel between worlds.

    Watercooler: A Few Questions About Fringe's Flashback

  • We know she blocked out the cortexiphan stuff from last season's "Jacksonville" episode.

    Watercooler: A Few Questions About Fringe's Flashback

  • After observing The Energy Blob absorbing all things metal, they mistakenly assumed that it was actually a rogue cortexiphan patient Olivia had previously encountered who had the ability to project himself .

    Fringe Scoop: 5 Things to Know Now That Peter Has Returned

  • The aforementioned scene with Broyles points to the team and Massive Dynamic working more closely together to track down the other cortexiphan trial subjects -- and the man seeking to activate them -- and I'm hoping that we see a lot more of Blair Brown's Nina in the weeks to come.

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  • But there's an unexpected side effect of the cortexiphan that enabled Olivia to continue to see that tell-tale shimmer of objects from the alternate universe.

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  • Olivia has come to understand Walter these past two seasons and perhaps even regard him as something approaching a father-figure but with the knowledge that he forced her and dozens of other children to visit a nightmarish dream landscape in an effort to tap into their latent abilities and drugged them with cortexiphan is more than Olivia can handle.

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  • It's perhaps only because the clock was ticking that Olivia allowed Walter to create the cortexiphan experiment in the first place.

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  • This period in Olivia's childhood was dealt with in two previous episodes ( "Ability" and "Bad Dreams") but the subplot is brought into sharp focus in tonight's episode as both Olivia's abilities, cortexiphan, and the childhood incident alluded to "Bad Dreams" is dealt with head on.

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  • Olivia might see Walter as a bit of a doddering father figure but that perception is severely tested when Walter takes Olivia back to the Jacksonville of the title, the small Florida town where, as a helpless child, Olivia was experimented on by Walter and his then-partner William Bell and treated with a drug called cortexiphan.

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