Freak of the Week: Weird time displacements. Like, in the blink of an eye a child goes from a 5-year-old to a baby, or a train appears and disappears. Similar in appearance to the Universes colliding and overlapping, but with time.
Olivia thinks Peter is involved somehow - he's the ultimate Fringe Event. Poor Peter - Olivia is cold as ice toward him and Walter wants nothing to do with him. Walter begrudgingly conducts tests on Peter, but calls him "it". The whole situation is sad as hell.
Peter experiences time jumps as well, jumping from the lab to a crime scene to the car and then back to the crime scene, rinse, repeat. I like time displacements -- they're fun! Not fun for the guy who's causing them though -- a guy who has created a time machine of sorts to give him his Alzheimer's-stricken wife back for 47 minutes at a time.
They track the source of the displacements to the guy's house and Walter builds a device back at the lab so they can get in. Some of the parts he needs are in his Spider-Man fanny pack. Of course they are. I love you, Walter.
Peter dons the kind of device you can only have (and readily accept) on Fringe and saves the day. In the end, Peter moves into the house that he and Walter shared in the timeline we know, and Peter tells Broyles he thinks he's in the wrong timeline.
So now our mission: get Peter back to the REAL timeline. And get there fast, bb!!!! I like how it has gone from alternative universes to alternate timelines. But we haven't seen Earth Two in a while. I miss that Lincoln and Olivia!
Walter's Food Thing of the Week: He makes a bologna sandwich and offers one to Olivia, but not to Peter. I don't like this version of Fringe where everyone's a dick to Peter! Poor Peter! Can't we all just get along?
This Week's Code: LIVING