One Night In October

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One Night In October
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Season: 4 Episode: 2
Air Date: 30 Sep 2011
Written by: Alison Schapker
Monica Owusu-Breen
Directed by: Brad Anderson
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: John Pyper-Ferguson as
Prof. McClennan & J.L. McClennan

Enid-Raye Adams as Noreen Miller
Jordy Olson as Megan Miller
Benjamin Wilkinson as Jeremy Roman
Winson Won as Agent Bergmann
Daniel Arnold as Agent Perez
Marlene Ginader as FD Agent
Dariusz Slowik as Agent #1/Guard
Julie Schnekenburger as Margery
Toby Verchere as Young McClennan

Next: Alone In The World
Previously: Neither Here Nor There
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction

One Night In October is the second episode of the fourth season of FRINGE. It first aired on 30 September, 2011. The victims of a highly intelligent serial killer stack-up and both Fringe teams join in an effort to capture the culprit. Reluctantly, Olivia deploys to the alternate universe with a forensic psychologist that knows the killer all too well. Walter slumps emotionally as the haunting images he recently experienced begin to talk to him.

Synopsis

Prologue

  In a dark cellar, Jeremy Roman sits and shivers in hypothermic duress while being guided to recount pleasant childhood memories for the man that is holding him captive. A photo in his wallet, of him as a six year-old holding a large turtle, reminds him of the joy he and his brothers brought his mother on a camping trip in the mountains. The makeshift lab the two men are in has allowed the abductor to sedate and secure his victim, then tap in to his brain through the back of the skull. In a bizarre transfusion, the memories of the victim are being accessed via a large medical contraption with transparent tubing filled with a bright blue liquid. As Roman shares his youthful tale, his narrative shifts to his adult life - he misses his mother a lot. Sad thoughts aren't the order-of-the-day. This abductor needs pleasant thoughts and memories - he isn't just listening to them, he is experiencing the emotions that go along with them, just like his victim is. For Roman, his final thought is a happy thought... just before the hypothermic intrusion into his body takes his life and makes him an icy corpse.

ACT I

In Walter's Lab, Agent Lee gets an earful from Walter about the hybrids, and humans, that the team has had to deal with since the alternate universe decided to actively engage in destroying this universe. The shape-shifters are vile creatures, and, like the humans who sent them, loathesome, evil, immoral and hateful. Astrid sees things with a more optimistic eye. What is in the past is in the past - move forward. Lee also learns that Olivia's alternate universe counterpart, the one he just recently
He's Not My Type, Astrid. I'm Holding Out For A 'Mister Scruffy Beard With Bedroom Eyes' Type
met, had infilitrated Walter's lab and deceived him for weeks while pretending to be Olivia. Walter continues around his lab on his early morning mission - to cover all reflective surfaces, thereby avoiding visual contact with the man he imagined he saw in his mirror and television set. Olivia reports for work and finds that Lee is already in-place and getting smart on the alternate universe and shape-shifters. Astrid feels for Lee, who just lost his partner and doesn't know anybody in the Boston area. He may be lonely. Olivia balks at Astrid's not so subtle suggestion that she and Lee spend some time together outside of work. Going-out with a fellow agent may make working together awkward. Olivia knows that bit of wisdom from experience. Olivia gets a call from the boss, who has tasking for a new mission. She will be right there.

  Inside task force headquarters at the Federal Building in Boston, FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham joins her supervisor, HLS SAIC Phillip Broyles, for a briefing on the new mission he has decided to support. A serial killer is on the loose and has taken at least twenty-three victims so far. The killer drills into the back of the skull of his victims to access their brain, punctures the brain tissue to expose localized electrical charges, then pumps in a chemical agent to lower the brain's temperature. The cause of death is cerebral hypothermia ... freezing the skull from the inside out. Olivia asks why this is the first that she is hearing of this significant fringe-type case. Broyles explains why this is not a typical case - the crimes were committed in the alternate universe, and the folks that they haven't been getting along with in the other Fringe Division have asked for their assistance. Is that a problem, Agent?

ACT II

  On Liberty Island, at the mouth of the Hudson River, Broyles and Dunham make their way through the security access point and find Fringe Division
Have You Ever Known Me To Joke Dunham... It's Kryptonite. Apparently It Works On Shapeshifters Too
Agent Dunham waiting for them in one of the joint facility's briefing rooms. She adds some more detail to the case that has her people stumped. Over the past five years, John Louis McClennan has killed twenty-two people before he left any clue as to his identity. The DNA from a stray hair during his latest known murder finally revealed to Fringe Division who they were dealing with. The killer, a very smart man with an I.Q. of 220, has never been arrested and keeps all of his government required information up-to-date. The problem is that he seems to have disappeared - abandoning his home - which makes it impossible to locate him. The clever killer seems to be way ahead of those that intend to apprehend him: he may never make another mistake like the one that allowed him to be identified just this one time. So how can Olivia help? Agent Dunham needs her to bring the identical John McClennan from her universe over to the alternate universe to go through the serial killers home. Maybe he can glean some insight into how the murderer thinks, and might act. Olivia and Broyles step out of the briefing room to share a few thoughts. Olivia isn't happy with the proposal... taking a civilian over has the potential of exposing their highly classified mission. Broyles understands that Olivia finds this situation difficult, and that trust is an issue for her, but he wouldn't be asking her to do this if there were anyone else he believed could get the job done. It's time to show a little trust. Besides, the man she will be escorting in the other universe is a subject matter expert in Forensic Psychology, a college professor from Connecticut - a man who studies serial killers for a living.

 In his office on the campus of West Connecticut College, Professor John McClennan sits at his desk and entertains Olivia's proposal. He has done some profiling work before, but never for the FBI. An opportunity like this is something he has been working for his entire life. Olivia tells him the conditions of her offer... the case, which has been kept off the public record, is highly classified. So much so that he will need to be sedated before being transported to the undisclosed location where they need him to do his work. McClennan is intrigued... whatever happened to using a blindfold for stuff like this? Olivia assures him the journey is a long one, he will better-off with the sedative. The Professor is on-board with the operation and willingly swallows the drug that came along with his FBI visitors.

 In the alternate universe's Norristown, Pennsylvania, Fringe Division sets microphones in the house of their serial killer as they wait for Olivia to arrive with her subject matter expert. Bolivia Dunham prepares for her role in the mild ruse - she will be playing the part (again) of Olivia Dunham. She dresses the part and dons a wig that gets her most of the way there. Olivia arrives in short order and politely greets Lincoln. All Bolivia gets is a gruff - button your jacket if you want to be believable - from Olivia. Ready to start, the still sedated Professor McClennan is rolled into the serial killer's home on a gurney.
Gas Station Predation
Olivia will join Lincoln in the surveillance car and listen as Bolivia attempts to guide the forensic psychologist through his initial inspection of the residence.

← At a busy suburban gas station, business proceeds as usual. One customer stops next to a fuel pump, exits her vehicle and prepares to pump gas. Her elementary school-aged daughter hops out of the minivan and is eager to help by cleaning the windshield. The mother and daughter pit crew are tightly bonded and seem to genuinely enjoy each others company. From a nearby picnic bench, serial killer John Louis McClennan is back in predator mode... and the love and attention the mother-daughter team display does not go unnoticed.

ACT III

In his lab, Walter blasts classical music from a
Note To Self: Dump The Dolby, Get THX. Lose The Mozart, Find My Live 'Dark Side Of The Moon' Track
wall of more than two dozen speakers... trying to soothe his soul. Astrid jostles him from the meditative posture he has assumed in a soft chair - does he have ANY idea how loud he is playing his music? How can that be soothing? Walter needs it. He hasn't been sleeping well and his nerves are a touch raw. Astrid has a different assessment, she knows he has been adjusting his medication dosages. He claims that it is just an experiment of sorts. As much as Astrid wants to help Walter get back on-track, he insists that all he needs is rest. He neglects to mention what he really needs... no more hauntings in the lab.

 Back in the serial killer's home in Norristown, Professor John McClennan has been brought out of his sedated condition and is methodically inspecting the premises to develop a profile that will help law enforcement. The books, trinkets, memorabilia, etc... in the house suggest that the killer; needs to feel in control, is bothered by messy spaces, is highly intelligent, probably self-taught, and seems fascinated by the brain. Bolivia mentions that the killer buys lots of parts from overseas to build objects he designs himself. McClennan thinks the killer designs and creates the
The Genocidal Gourment - What's In Your Freezer?
complex projects as a hobby of sorts - a diversion from his own misery that helps occupy his time. Olivia and Lincoln listen from the car over the surveillance network installed in the house. Lincoln guesses that Olivia would prefer to be in the house guiding the expert rather than stuck in the car. That's how Bolivia would feel. Olivia is fine with the role Broyles defined for her... in this universe, Fringe Division is in charge. She is just there to support them. Inside the house, McClennan finds incubation lights that remind him of life on the farm raising chickens with his father. The Forensic Psychologist develops a stronger assessment. After studying the various collections, along with the nearly empty refrigerator and packed freezer, the killer is deeply unhappy and grew up in deprivation. Other children had things -- he did not and is trying to make up for it now, but can't. Dinner is important to the killer, he hunts during the day... and is a predator that blends into his surroundings.

  Back at the gas station, the Miller child needs to use the restroom before they leave. Mom sends her on her way with orders to avoid any filth she might encounter... Mom will stay with the car and finish the window washing duties. J. L. McClennan is still perched at the nearby table as young Megan Miller leaves Noreen's sight for a few minutes around the side the building. McClennan moves from his perch.

 Profesor McClennan continues his profiling assessment with Bolivia and looks-over the many tools and gadgets gathered in a substantial workshop in the house. The chairs in the room remind him of his favorite chair from his childhood... in fact, these chairs are identical - how crazy is that? One of the walls in the room is covered with hundreds of photos,
Hundreds Of Smiling Faces Except For This Old Geez...... Dad?
all of them images of people living happy lives. That's it - the serial killer is jealous of their happy lives. They are strangers, but the killer hates that they are happy... he wants to feel better by having what they have. That's when he takes his victims, when they are happy.

  Finished with her personal business in the gas station restroom, Megan hurries back to her minivan and her mother. When she gets there, Noreen Miller is nowhere to be found. Mass murderer J.L. McClennan is gone too, leaving only his drink on the picnic table where he sat and stalked his latest victim.
  Agent Dunham continues monitoring her profiler, who suddenly stops in disbelief. How could the master criminal that owns this house have a photo of his own father on a picture wall? Listening outside, Olivia and Lincoln look at one another and realize their ruse is starting to dissolve. McClennan wants to know, seriously... Is this a joke? What the hell is going and why is their a picture of his father on a serial killer's wall? Oh - and the chairs, too? Bolivia tries to calm the academician down, but Olivia knows the plan has failed. With Bolivia Dunham right behind him, McClennan charges out of the house in a very bad mood - he is certainly finished helping her with this profile. Just as he is about to reach the street, Olivia intercepts him without saying a word. McClennan's jaw drops at the site of identical Dunhams. The large amber bubble covering the roadway a quarter of a mile away doesn't help his confusion either. The only thing he can think to ask is... Where am I?

ACT IV

You Know Liv, If You Want To Wear That Blonde Wig Everyday, I, Uh, Won't Tell The Boss
← Outside of J. L. McClellan's Home, Bolivia Dunham and Lincoln Lee stand near their command vehicle and second guess themselves. Bolivia should have removed the pictures from the house before the Professor arrived. Lincoln knew the whole operation was a calculated risk - he thought it would work - and it isn't over just yet. McClennan sits with Olivia and looks at the picture that gave away the unique aspect of this case. She assures him that in this universe, some things are the same, but some things aren't. People make different choices and end up in different places. The Professor has a simple assessment - this is like a nightmare. He always knew that something was wrong with him - he, like the serial killer, has a very dark side to his personality. His family was no help and no different than the serial killer's. The difference is that he found solace in the grace of a woman named Margery, who did with love what his father would do with cruelty. Margery gave him the coping skills to step away from his own dark nature and step into the light. Professor McClennan imagines that this, the home, the life and the actions of J. L. McClennan would have been no different for him if Margery hadn't been a part of it. Olivia shares some of his pain... her stepfather ran an abusive home. McClennan explains why he does what he does, he studies and teaches about the criminally insane to help him understand himself, and to help other people like him. Olivia cautions McClennan, his serial killer counterpart can never learn about the Professor. The investigators gather outside and learn about the abduction at the gas station and J. L. McClennan's involvement. If the Professor wants to help, now is the time. Prof. McClennan never gets the request to help, he slipped out through the bathroom window to locate the serial killer by himself.
  Back at Fringe Division Headquarters, Colonel Broyles is all business in the aftermath of
Really Agent Farnsworth? 'Team Jacob'? We Are So Disappointed With You
the botched operation to use McClennan to capture a mass-murderer. Olivia feels that McClennan, based on her conversation with him, is heading after the killer to stop him. Agent Farnsworth studies many of the factors the current situation has offered and anticipates that calculations will take approximately thirteen hours before the Fringe Division will have adequate information to locate Professor McClennan. Finding him may also be the best opportunity the Division has of recovering Noreen Miller. Olivia has an idea for a lead that Farnsworth may have overlooked. Bolivia Dunham is dismissive of the suggestion - Farnsworth processes more information in an hour than either of them could in a lifetime. Olivia persists... she remembers the commercial license plate of the farm tractor in the photo - now they can trace the Pennsylvania registration to J. L. McClennan's childhood home.

 In his makeshift lab, the serial killer shaves the back of Noreen Miller's skull and prepares it to accept the cranial plug he intends to install. Sedated, Miller doesn't flinch when McClennan installs a large bit in his high-powered pneumatic drill and tests it. Just as he prepares to penetrate the woman's skull with his drill, Professor McClennan enters and interrupts the procedure. The serial killer is speechless when he turns to see his body double.

ACT V

  In the ready room at Fringe Division, Captain Lee briefs his team of agents as they suit-up in their assault gear. An overhead photo of the Weir Farm shows them the layout of the property. The farm, shut down ten years earlier following
Update Gents. NOT Wanted For Child Abandonment - She Is The Victim
the Richboro Fires, has been unoccupied ever since. Noreen Miller is the target - all necessary steps should be taken to bring her home unharmed. Bolivia asks Olivia to keep her company on the long trip.

  In his makeshift lab, J. L. McClennan entertains his counterpart and learns that they aren't so dissimilar, with one minor exception. Both men made it to about the same place in their young lives with the same morbid curiousities and foibles. Their lives diverged one night in October when each man's father discovered the unacceptable activities they had committed. The difference was in the aftermath. J.L. was dragged home, then beaten for three days by his father for the abominations he had committed. The Professor ran away and was taken under the wing of a nurturing woman named Margery. She taught him that he can control that psychotic impulses that rule his life. The Professor is certain he can help the serial killer do the same - control the urges - step out of the darkness - end the pain. Maybe so now that the serial killer has a new victim, Professor John McClennan, to pull positive memories from.
 En route to the abandoned farm, Agents Dunham take a few minutes to be civil to one another. Bolivia is curious about Olivia's stepfather and what she mentioned to Professor McClennan... whatever happened to her stepfather. Olivia catches Bolivia off-guard with her candid reply - I killed him.
 Once on-site at the Weir Farm, Fringe Division launches a tactical assault on the primary building, hoping to locate and neutralize J. L. McClennan while recovering Noreen Miller alive. As the team swarms through the building and secures it, the situation becomes apparent - they are in the wrong place.

ACT VI

  Olivia and Lincoln Lee walk through an overgrown rural homestead in the
Unt-uh! Your Universe - You Go First. Those Are The Rules
Pennsylvania wilderness with flashlights. Overhead, a search helicopter lights-up the area while others on-foot seach the surrounding woods. The two agents inspect the broken and decaying remnants of a rural farm and Lee starts to get a sense of the place... there was a structure over there, a shed or a barn, ahead is a group of structures, earmarked by a set of rotting pilings. This is where the family lived. Just next to that they find the only remaining artifact on the surface - storm cellar doors, and they are in good repair and functional. Olivia and Lincoln Lee draw their pistols and cautiously descend the steep steps in to the poorly lit cellar. In his makeshift lab, J. L. McClennan extrudes the childhood memories of the only man in two universes that can understand how he lived his cruel life. How did Margery make Professor McClennan feel? The psychiatrist fades in and out of a dream-like state. Margery always made him feel safe. She was so kind and gentle with him. He never understood how someone so beautiful could love someone as dark as him. The Professor donates the thoughts, memories and visions of his young life to the notorious serial killer - now he doesn't have to kill anymore. Lincoln Lee and Olivia find the makeshift lab and the living victims. Olivia searches an adjacent room and finds the serial killer coming to grips with the emotions and sensibilitites that he just extracted. Weak and nearly despondent, J. L. McClennan had always wanted the gift that Margery gave Professor McClennan, but, now that he stole it from him, he regrets that he did. The first installment on his newly acquired memories is too high - he now has feelings of remorse and regret for everyone he has harmed. What has he done with his life? Overwhelmed, the serial killer turns his pistol on himself and commits suicide. Lincoln Lee and Bolivia Dunham respond to the gunshot too late... not even Olivia had the chance to stop the man.
Back in this universe, at a New York City hospital, Olivia meets with Broyles to check on the status of Professor John McClennan... the subject-matter-expert they
The Only Margery He Seems To Remember is... Simpson, Married To One Homer J. Are You Familiar With Them, Dunham?
deployed to the alternate universe, and nearly got killed in the process. Broyles has been monitoring the patient - it seems his motor functions and cognitive abilities are not permanently damaged, however, his short-term memory loss is substantial. McClennan has no memory of the past few weeks and is unaware of the case he was involved in, which helps Broyles with the cover story they have been feeding McClennan. The West Connecticut College professor was "injured" while "helping" the FBI with profiling. The big concern is that his memories of Margery are gone... will the academician devolve into a serial killer without those memories? Olivia steps into the patient's room for a chat and to say hello. Alert and resting well, McClennan has no recollection of Olivia, so she introduces herself as someone he was working with on the profiling detail. He has heard that he saved a woman's life - is that true? Olivia smiles, yes, and then gives him another positive stroke... he probably saved many more lives too. Olivia asks about Margery. McClennan still doesn't remember - did Margery have something to do with the investigation he was involved in? Sort of. When Olivia starts to excuse herself, McClennan unknowingly shares something Margery taught him... even when it's the darkest, we can step into the light. Olivia rejoins Broyles in the corridor and the two reflect on McClennan's wisdom. Broyles is confident that someone special in your life can leave an indelible mark on your soul, an imprint that can never be erased.
  In his lab, Walter prepares for bed by
ooof! That Last Batch Of LSD. Too Much 'L' - Not Enough 'D'
checking his aquarium, arranging his pillows, and slipping between the sheets. After Walter turns off the lights, an ethereal voice announces its' presence. Walter is startled and demands to know who is talking to him. The voice seems to be coming from everywhere, and nowhere, at the same time - "I'm right here". In a near panic, Walter clarifies for his visitor - he is imagined. Intimidated by the event, Walter turns on his record player and blasts classical music to drown out the voice. The voice is just trying to establish communication - I'm right here... Can you hear me?.. Help me... Walter! Please help me? - Walter finds a place on the floor to hide. Distraught and questioning his own sanity, the former mental patient covers his ears with his hands as the ethereal voice continues to try and communicate with him.

Quotes

"At the risk of sounding sentimental... I've always thought there were people who leave an indelible mark on your soul. An imprint that can never be erased." - Broyles (to Olivia, about Professor McClennan's memories of Margery - the pivotal person in his young life)

"... her name was Margery... and what my father did with cruelty - she did with love. She taught me that I didn't have to live in the darkness... That when I got the urges, that I could just step out of it and into the light." - Professor McClennan (to the investigative team on why he did not grow-up to be like his serial killer counterpart)

Trivia

General

The Observer enters the recovery ward in the hospital after Olivia chats with the disoriented Professor McClennan.
• The scene where Walter listens to Mozart in front of a bank of speakers imitates a popular Maxell cassette advertisement from the 1980's.

Previously

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    The spray-painted grafitti tag on the rail tanker (Neither Here Nor There) reads "Brain Freeze" - foreshadowing the operating method used by serial killer John L. McClennan to hypothermically steal memories from the brains of his victims before they die

Music

Requiem in D Minor by W. A. Mozart

Glyphs

(note: A limbus is a distinctive contrast, border or variance in a very small area, like the corneal edge in the eye. From Medieval Latin, limbus also equates to limbo, the narrow, post-death environment in monotheism that sits between the good and evil afterlife)


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Episodes

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Transcripts

Season 5 : Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11In AbsentiaThe RecordistThe Bullet That Saved The WorldAn Origin StoryThrough The Looking Glass And What Walter Found ThereFive-Twenty-TenThe Human KindBlack BlotterAnomaly XB-6783746The Boy Must LiveLibertyAn Enemy Of FateSeason 4 : Neither Here Nor ThereOne Night In OctoberAlone In The WorldSubject 9NovationAnd Those We've Left BehindWallflowerBack To Where You've Never BeenEnemy Of My EnemyForced PerspectiveMaking AngelsWelcome To WestfieldA Better Human BeingThe End Of All ThingsA Short Story About LoveNothing As It SeemsEverything In Its Right PlaceThe ConsultantLetters Of TransitWorlds ApartBrave New World, Part 1Brave New World, Part 2Season 3 : OliviaThe BoxThe PlateauDo Shapeshifters Dream Of Electric Sheep?Amber 314226955 kHzThe AbductedEntradaMarionetteThe FireflyReciprocityConcentrate And Ask AgainImmortality6BSubject 13OsStowawayBloodlineLysergic Acid Diethylamide6:02 AM ESTThe Last Sam WeissThe Day We DiedSeason 2 : A New Day In The Old TownNight Of Desirable ObjectsFractureMomentum DeferredDream LogicEarthlingOf Human ActionAugustSnakeheadGrey MattersUnearthedJohari WindowWhat Lies BelowThe Bishop RevivalJacksonvillePeterOlivia. In The Lab. With The Revolver.White TulipThe Man From The Other SideBrown BettyNorthwest PassageOver There, Part 1Over There, Part 2Season 1 : PilotThe Same Old StoryThe Ghost NetworkThe ArrivalPower HungryThe CureIn Which We Meet Mr. JonesThe EquationThe DreamscapeSafeBoundThe No-BrainerThe TransformationAbilityInner ChildUnleashedBad DreamsMidnightThe Road Not TakenThere's More Than One Of Everything