Miranda (Diane Kruger of ‘National Treasure’) is the victim of the week as she dies horribly. Olivia is stoic and chats to the annoying bowling philosopher. She’s awkward around Peter and wants to tell him that he‘s not who he thinks he is. Walter asks her not to wailing: “He will never forgive me.”
Well maybe Walter should thought of that before abducting his dead son’s double from a parallel universe. The gang chase down the villain of the week. A Typhoid Mary created by Walter’s drug experiments years earlier. In fact the Typhoid Mary and all his victims were in day care with Olivia and all were experimented on by Walter. How many lives has this man screwed up again? In this and the other universe? Do numbers go that high?
Olivia decides not to tell Peter for selfish reasons. She likes having a friend and she wants to sleep with him. This won’t rebound on her in terrible ways I’m sure. The Typhoid Mary attacks Olivia and she fights him off with IKEA. Walter chooses this moment to tell Olivia that he will tell Peter after all. That’ll go well. This is okay.
What happened to Olivia’s super hearing and glimmer sensing abilities? Who activated the Typhoid Mary? Where are the rest of the drug trial kids?
“Could you get a sample of this pus?”
“It wouldn’t be the strangest thing we’ve seen but it would be close.”
“I’ve always been a little foggy as to your motives.”
“I’m fairly certain that you’re not prepared to lose him.”
“I have to tell him who he really is.”