Advertisements My favorite quote of the show is when Astrid and Walter were explaining to Peter that the plug for the faraday cage had to be stuck in the back of his neck, each prong on either side of his spine. Peter says in a resigned voice, "Of course it does." This one of the episodes where the plot tends to be a metaphor for the relationships between the show's main characters. Raymond's (Stephen Root) wife forgot him; Olivia views Peter as a stranger. Raymond moves heaven and earth to get his wife back; Peter is ready to do the same. Root ultimately fails and has to live in the world as it is; Peter ???? Another really nice scene was when Olivia saw Peter being good with children after he found the little girl's elephant. Might Olivia be coming around? Later there is that conversation about how she was important to Peter and a glimmer of what might be. All the Olivias seems to fall for Peter. Fauxlivia did as well as original blue Olivia. If the producers really want intensify the 'epic tragedy of love' theme, Olivia will silently start falling in love with Peter as Peter starts moving mountains to get back to his original timeline and the Olivia who remembers him. The dream sequence at the top of the show also caught my attention. Just how much should we be reading into it? Is Peter seeing the timeline where he did 'survive to become a man' and a version of him came back to romantic bliss with Olivia? And where Walter retained all that he had gained over the last three years? Or is it just a wish fulfillment dream that comes crashing into reality when Olivia accuses him of being the problem?