A bimbo waitress is killed in Washington State and Peter’s so ego-centric, he makes it all about him. He must get it from his father(s). He gets odd phone calls, sees Newton and helps the local sheriff (Martha Plimpton of ‘The Goonies’) catch the killer. She also gives Peter a pen with the logo ‘find the crack’.
Meanwhile Walter freaks out in a supermarket and can’t cope now Peter is gone. He’s falling apart but thinks of a way to track Peter via his other side energy emissions. Newton turns out not to be involved in the killings (or is he?) and Peter may or may not be acting crazy. But either way Peter comes face to face with Newton and Walternate. Peter looks shocked and Walternate isn’t exactly overflowing with emotion. This was a bit dull.
What does Broyles know and can he be trusted? What does make Peter so special? Astrid seems to have taken the tale of Peter’s origins very calmly. She and Olivia are FBI agents and Walter is a child snatcher! Why haven’t Newton and Walternate come for Peter before now?
“Technically I’m from no place you’ve ever heard of.”
“In the darkness there’s always a crack, it’s how the light gets in.”
“Delicious strawberry flavoured death!”