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SPOILER....if you aren't caught up...
Big surprise seeing Olivia (remember) things. Odd part is though, that this kind of means that Peter is currently in a THIRD Universe...there's the one his Olivia was in (that merged with this Olivia), and then the alter Universe. Those are two separate Universes than his current one. Wonder how/if they are going to address that?
Hard to see why Peter would struggle to get "back" now...
Originally posted by tonedef
I agree that we should get some answers this week (along with probably 1000 more questions) with an observer-centric episode.
I disagree with the above poster about the number of universes. I think that in the Fringe-verse there are only 2 universes in the multiverse.
If you think about the episode a couple weeks ago, as the people were merging memories with the counterpart from the other universe they were merging physically as well. Olivia is not having this issue. Her memories are from this universe. I think they were just erased by the observers when Peter was erased from existence. Because of her abilities and the introduction of regular dosages of Cortexiphan (sp?) by some sinister party (Nina?) she is able to recover the erased memories.
Just a theory, but I think if you start introducing the idea of universe 3 & 4 then you have to introduce universe 5 & 6 and so on and Peter's travels turn into a season of Sliders...
Originally posted by riley
I personally believe this Olivia merged with the old time line Olivia. The problem with that theory is there should be no counterpart for her to merge with as that time line was meant to be erased.
Maybe her and Peter can both be paradoxes together.edit on 21-2-2012 by riley because: (no reason given)
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