Fringe season 4 continues next week with episode 18, "The Consultant," and after the events of the last episode, "Everything In Its Right Place," Lincoln has stayed in the alternate universe for the meantime. Everyone's going to be investigating in this episode.
Fringe Season 4 Episode 18 "The Consultant" Promo
"Walter travels to the Alternate Universe to assist in the investigation of a Fringe event with ties to both worlds. Meanwhile, David Robert Jones reveals his next target."
After Alt-Lincoln was killed in the line of duty, Lincoln decided to stick around in the alternate universe to help out Fauxlivia, and that means that the next episode will feature them working together. With the way things are going, it wouldn't be too surprising to see them grow closer. It wasn't too much of a shock that he decided not to return home, considering there he'd just have to keep dealing with seeing Olivia and Peter together. Lincoln deserves some happiness to, and perhaps he'll find it in the alternate universe. But of course, first, there's the job, and "The Consultant" is going to feature some strange occurrences, just like you expect from this show.
In the Fringe season 4 episode 18 promo for "The Consultant" (below), a man is suddenly flung into the air in the middle of a board meeting, and later at the crime scene, Walter tells Peter his "wounds are consistent with a plane crash." Lincoln tells Olivia that Fauxlivia "just lost her partner" when she asks how her alternate is doing, and she's determined to find who's responsible. Clips show Fauxlivia at Alt-Lincoln's funeral and saying "David Robert Jones is a mole in the Department of Defense." Speaking of Jones, he'll be meeting with Alt-Broyles, and the machine is coming into play. However, even though things seem bad now, this isn't as bad as it's going to get. The promo ends with Olivia watching Peter opening a briefcase. What's going to happen next?
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