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Snakehead
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Season: 2 Episode: 9
Air Date: 3 Dec 2009
Written by: David Wilcox
Directed by: Paul Holahan
Starring: Main Characters
Guest Cast: Tzi Ma as Ming Che
Colby Paul as Matt Jarvis
Ingrid Torrance as Elizabeth Jarvis

Jack Yang as Tao Chen
Zen Shane Lim as Pan Che
Rene Wang as Mei Lin
Fane Tse as Mister Lin
Melody Choi as Daughter Lin
Diana Ha as Fao
Simon Chin as Street Vendor
Sean Carey as Paramedic
Brett Chan as Dockman Yang
Gordon Lai as Wu Zhe Lan
Raymond Yu as Second Man
Linda Feng as First Woman
Susie Lee as Terrified Woman

Next: Grey Matters
Previously: August
Transcript  —  Additional Images
Introduction
Snakehead is the ninth episode of the second season of FRINGE. It first aired on December 3, 2009. After a cargo ship runs aground near Boston, the shoreline becomes littered with bodies hosting large parasites. The science team examines the corpses and discovers that the mysterious organisms provide remarkable immuno-deficiency qualities. As the investigation unfolds, Walter recaptures some of his personal style and begins to find his own way again in the world, only to place Astrid in grave peril.

Synopsis

Prologue

A wet, shivering man, Wu Zhe Lan, frantically combs the streets of Boston looking for Ping-On Street. He stops a female pedestrian and gets directions. He finds the street and the address he wants and urgently presses the intercom button. He is granted entry and joins Ming Che. Warming-up inside, Lan is certain that those he was with are all dead. Che comforts him and offers him food and shelter. Che also offers hope... the morning may bring more travellers, as Lan is the first to arrive. Che shows Lan his quarters for the night, but Lan is feeling worse. His stomach is severely distressed. As Lan lays down in agony, Che puts on heavy gloves and uses shears to cut the shirt from Lan. Lan's adbomen is distended and wriggling as something crawls around inside him. A large squid-like parasite crawls out of Lan's mouth and Che retrieves it.

ACT I

The science team arrives at Dorchester Bay Inlet where a Chinese merchant freighter is partially
Low Tide
submersed and continues to burn. Walter and Peter arrive in separate vehicles, Peter in the station wagon, and the newly independent Walter, arrives in a taxi. Olivia listens to his explanation of the travelling arrangements, then leads the two to the shoreline. Broyles joins the trio on the rocky beach littered with victims who apparently died trying to swim ashore in the frigid water and strong current. Twenty-seven bodies have been recovered, most dead from hypothermia, the rest were found with large wormlike creatures, with tentacles, in their mouths. Walter examines the parasitic creature, and believes it is similar to a parasite found in livestock, however, he has never seen it this large before, or in humans. He removes one of the large parasites from a victim's throat and tells Peter he wants to take it back to the lab to study. An FBI agent finds one woman still breathing, Walter believes she is infected and the paramedics rush to take her to the hospital before she dies.

In a backroom at his shop, Ming Che collects living parasites from freighter survivors that have made it the rest of the way to his shop. He comforts a new male refugee that has arrived in duress. He assures the man that he is the first to arrive.

ACT II

At the hospital, Tao Chen, from the Chinese Consulate, meets with Olivia and Peter and shares the background of the woman recovered from the inlet. Her name is Mei Lin and she is from the Hong Kong area. Her doctor says she is severely dehydrated, but does not have the parasite that the others have. Lin explains her situation, they were trying to find work, and a better life. She wants to know if she is going to be arrested. Peter answers her in Cantonese. He and Olivia are just here to help. She informs Olivia that the crewmen on the boat were giving their human cargo medicine for seasickness, but she did not take the medication, her father was a fisherman and she does not get nauseous. Mei Lin is worried about her husband and daughter, crewman told her that her family was on a boat that is scheduled to arrive two days after her. Peter suspects that they are injected too. Olivia knows that leaves about thirty-six hours to intercept them.

At Walter's lab, Astrid and Walter study the parasitic worms. Astrid weighs in the largest parasite at seven pounds - ten ounces. Walter marvels at the infinite variation Mother Nature provides, and her truly disturbing sense of humor. Peter and Olivia return with news of Mei Lin and her story about the medication the victims ingested. Walter agrees, if the time of gestation were the length of the voyage, human bodies would provide a nutritious, warm, protective shelter for the parasite to grow - incubators for the worm. As Olivia asks what motive might apply, she receives a text message
"Extra Powerful Hook" Extract
from Broyles - the Coast Guard found a manifest on the sunken freighter and a lead to a local shipyard - they already have someone in custody.

← At his makeshift lab, Ming Che harvests an internal organ from the parasitic worms he has smuggled into the country. Later, he pours a fine powder into a small paper wrapper, folds the paper around the powder, then seals the package with a label.

The man taken into custody at the shipyard, Yang, sits in the interrogation room by himself. Broyles says Yang had burned all of the documentation before he was arrested... he wants to let the man wait and sweat. Peter recognizes
"Extra Powerful Hook" Tattoo
the tattoos on Yang: he is a Triad gang member and the tattoo ink on him is his biography. He is a decorated soldier from Sun Hong Triad and has killed five people, however, that Triad is known for heroin, not human trafficking. Peter deduces that the parasites have a narcotic value - that is why Sun Hong Triad is now trafficking. While the science team waits to begin interrogating Yang, the man removes a hidden razor blade from the roof of his mouth and commits suicide, slitting his own throat.

ACT III

Walter and Astrid continue to test the recovered parasites in his lab. They are having trouble controlling a rather large specimen and it wraps itself around his forearm and quickly sinks its' hooks into Walter. Walter is startled, but wants to let it feed a little, the feeling is pleasant. Astrid is
Walter's Parasite Bite
frantic and fights to remove the parasite. Just as she relieves Walter of his attacker, Broyles walks in looking for Olivia. Walter is very mellow. Broyles finds Olivia and Peter in a back office trying to determine what type of black market there might be for the parasite. Broyles hands over the file on the Triad and its leader, John Hsu, whereabouts unknown. Hsu sets up shell companies to cover his criminal activities. Peter asks about the freighter Mei Lin's family is on, there is only twenty hours left until it arrives. Broyles informs Peter that there are over two hundred freighters on the way to New England that fit the profile and need inspection. Olivia finds what she needs in the Hsu file - a Boston area woman, Elizabeth Jarvis, transferred $500,000 to one of Hsu's shell companies, Beijing Executive Construction, two weeks ago.

Beacon Hill. Peter and Olivia visit the wealthy Boston residential neighborhhod to interview Mrs. Jarvis. Her son, Matt Jarvis greets them at the door and invites them in, after checking their identification. Elizabeth shares that her attorney advised her that there was money to be made with Hsu's construction company, and that she has never met Hsu. Olivia asks if Jarvis's husband might know anything about the company. She tells Olivia that her husband died shortly after her son was born. Peter wanders the first floor of the house, listening to the interview and looking around. He notices containers of tissues and hand-sanitizer everywhere, and that the windows are hermetically sealed. Olivia concludes the interview and asks for the name and phone number of the attorney. Outside the house, Matt plays basketball and as they head to the car, Olivia says she will drop Peter at the lab on her way to see Mei Lin in the hospital.

Peter joins Walter at the lab and wants to know if there could be a connection between a germaphobe (Jarvis) and the parasitic worms. Astrid joins the conversation after Peter notices the bite mark on Walter's arm. She tells him Walter refuse to have the bite checked out, even though it might be infected.
Got Worm?
Walter insists he is fine and that his white blood cell count is extremely high - he has new antibodies. His theory is that the worm is not being harvested as a narcotic... but for medicinal purposes. Chinese medicine has used intestinal hookworms before, to treat chronic asthma, but this is a new species that Walter believes can only exist in humans. The lymph glands of the parasite contain a remarkable immune boosting property that can combat any number of immune deficiency disorders. Walter prepares to leave the lab and visit a series of herbalist shops for samples. Peter offers to make the trip for Walter, offending his father's sense of independence in the process. Walter directs Peter not to follow him - then timidly asks for money to ride the bus.

At the hospital, Olivia interviews Mei Lin, with the help of the translator from the Chinese consulate. She shows her a picture of the tattoo on the Triad gang member that took his own life. Mei Lin recognizes the tattoo, a crew member on the freighter she was on had the same tattoo. Olivia tells Lin that the gang is suspected of drug smuggling into the US. Agitated, Mei Lin hands her a photo of her with her husband and daughter and pleas. Olivia assures her they will do everything that they can to recover her family.

Atlantic Ocean. Aboard a small freighter, Mei Lin's husband and daughter sit in a crowded cargo hold with other Chinese citizens. None of the people appear well and the little girl tells her father of her discomfort. Most of the infected cargo is resting. The girl plays with her small toy, then watches the stomach of a man nearby as it distorts and writhes from the growing parasitic worm within - her eyes widen in disbelief.

ACT IV

Olivia returns to the lab and finds Peter. He tells her Walter is out self-actualizing again, but that Astrid is keeping an eye on him. Peter explains the research he has on the computer monitor. Elizabeth Jarvis had medical quality air filtration, with hepa filters. Peter thinks Jarvis' fixation with health and germs may be connected to an immune system concern - and connected to the immune boosting quality of the worms. Olivia wants to take Elizabeth Jarvis into custody and get a warrant to search her house: Peter has a better idea.

Peter and Olivia
Spleen Treatment Scar
returns to the Jarvis' home to talk to Matt as he plays basketball in the front driveway. Olivia tells the teenager that they want to ask his mother some questions. Matt says she isn't and that he doesn't have to answer any questions without her or her lawyer. Peter tells Matt that he isn't a FBI agent like and Olivia, and they can talk guy-to-guy. Olivia excuses herself with the warning that she is going to phone a judge and get a warrant. Privately, Peter tells Matt that he understands the teen is just protecting his mother, his only family, he's done that too. He also adds that the people (Triad) Matt's mother paid are scary, that they will try to cover their tracks, and that his mother may be one of the tracks they try to cover. Matt accepts the validity of Peter's claim and reveals the treatments weren't for his mother, they were for him. Matt shows Peter the long scar on his left front rib cage to prove it. →

In one of the busy Asian market districts of Boston, Walter leaves an herbalist shop and absorbs the invigorating sounds and smell of the neighborhood. He continues on his mission to collect hookworm samples from other shops, checking the street vending stands as he goes. When he stops to check his list of addresses, he sees that he is not alone -- Astrid is trying to hide coyly behind a stand. She claims it is a coincidence, a friend lives nearby, but Walter knows better... Peter had her follow him. Upset with his lack of independence, Walter lashes out about his need to be alone, and his desire for dignity and self-respect. Astrid apologizes for the intrusion and Walter quickly softens his tone with the junior agent - he invites her to join him, only not as a supervisor, but as a friend. Astrid is delighted with the offer and accepts Walter's conditions.

As the investigation continues, Broyles meets with Olivia and Peter in the field to be briefed on what they have learned. Olivia tells him that Matt Jarvis suffers from a rare immune deficiency disorder that doesn't allow his body to produce enough white blood cells to fight infection. Peter tells Broyles that the immune disorder Matt suffers from would normally mandate medical confinement. According to Matt, the medicinal powder is inserted directly into his spleen once a month, and that his next surgery is scheduled in two days, with Doctor Che.

Walter and Astrid look at samples in one of the herbalist shops on the list. Walter is fascinated with the plate of wiggling hookworms being weighed and prepared for him. Astrid,
Ditched By Walter
less than fascinated, concedes that the smaller worms are more tolerable. Unaware of who the herbalist behind the counter is, Walter boasts about how impressive four foot long hookworms are. The herbalist, Doctor Che, looks suspiciously at Walter then tells him fifteen dollars is what he is owed. Astrid offers to pay, but Walter insists, using the rest of his cash. As soon as Walter and Astrid leave the shop, Che calls an accomplice to check the street and find the two. Walter stops at a steamy food stand and places an order of beans. Officially, Astrid is in the mood for ice cream. Walter walks behind the steamy food stand, claiming an interest in cricket boxes, while Astrid is distracted with the vendor and the food order. When Astrid finishes with the vendor, she turns to give Walter the treat he wanted. With Walter out in earshot and visual range, Astrid starts searching the area, but - Walter is gone.

Broyles continues planning with Olivia and Peter at their rendezvous spot. He wants Olivia to lean on Elizabeth Jarvis because the next freighter is due soon, and time is running out. Peter answers his cell phone and learns from a very upset Astrid that Walter had lulled her into a false sense of security and given her the slip. Peter consoles her, reminding her that Walter likes to prove his point. Walter should be fine. Astrid tells Peter she is returning to the lab to see if Walter is there.

Back at Walter's lab, Astrid enters and starts checking each room and office, calling for him. No one responds, but she hears low voices and footsteps and returns to the main lab. There stand two triad gang members that have followed her to the lab. They are preparing to take the giant hookworms Walter is keeping in tanks. The thugs turn and approach her. Astrid starts to gasp.

ACT V

Alone on the busy streets, Walter is feeding a public payphone, repeatedly
Dialing Distress
calling wrong numbers and failing to make contact with Peter. After using all of his coins on the phone calls, he takes a seat at the bus stop and initiates a conversation with Fao, a gentle lady nearly his age. She studies his somber mood and replies in Cantonese. Walter is nearly distraught, upset with his inabilty to remember the correct phone number. She politely nods, sympathetic to Walter's situation. →

Peter and Olivia return to the lab and find Astrid on the floor, not moving and surrounded by broken glass and damaged lab equipment. Astrid revives and sits up, then declines Peter's suggestion to call for an ambulance. With a bloody lip and a scalp laceration, she recalls that two big Asian guys with tattoos were in the lab. She has no idea how they knew the hookworm was at the lab. Peter thinks that she must have been followed back to the lab after Walter went missing. Peter answers his ringing cell phone and starts replying in Cantonese. He translates the conversation for Olivia and Astrid - Walter is fine and he is still in the neighborhood where he disappeared. Peter rechecks with Astrid to make sure she is well, then says he is going to retrieve Walter. Peter starts to leave the lab and Olivia directs him to stay in touch... she is going to talk to Elizabeth Jarvis.

Back at the Jarvis house in Beacon Hill, Olivia follows Elizabeth into the kitchen, accusing her of withholding information. Jarvis insist she has already told Olivia everything and that she can't help anymore. Olivia reveals that her son, Matt, has already told her everything. Olivia further explains that two dozen Chinese nationals are dead, a federal agent has been assaulted, and another freighter loaded with people are about to die on it. Jarvis defends her position - Matt won't live long without the treatment she purchased. Olivia appeals further and tells Jarvis about Mei Lin's rescue, and the fact that her daughter on the next freighter is going to die too. Olivia demands to know who has been treating Matt Jarvis.

Peter finds the apartment building where Walter has found accommodation and knocks on a door. Walter's new friend, Fao, answers the door and invites Peter in. Sitting at the dining table in a silk robe, drinking hot tea, Walter is in much better spirits than when Fao found him. Peter, slightly amazed, is introduced to Walter's host. Fao tells Peter about Walter's multiple dialing failures, and that she doesn't normally allow strangers into her home, but made an exception because Walter was so upset. Aggravated, Peter reminds his father that the phone numbers are in his pocket - he put them there for him. Walter didn't remember that... but he is fine now. Walter bows, thanks Fao for the noodles, and takes his clothes to go change.

Redressed and carrying his herbal samples, Walter leaves Fao's building with Peter. As they walk to the car in the cool evening air, Walter tells Peter he hopes he didn't cause Astrid too much distress. Peter avoids telling his father what happened to Astrid in the lab and simply tells him she had other things on her mind. What Peter wants to know - does Walter remember the addresses of the herbalist shops he visited? Walter doesn't remember, but he still does have his list. He remembers that the third shop on the list, Ming Che's, was the only one Astrid went to with him. He also remembers mentioning the giant hookworm too. Peter makes the connection... the mention of the giant parasite
Busted Triad Freighter
at that shop was how Astrid was followed to the lab. Walter makes his own connection - Astrid was followed? Peter answers a call from Olivia and reports that Walter is alright. Olivia reports that the freighter with Mei Lin's family has just docked, information from Jarvis helped to locate the freighter and they are preparing to raid it. Peter tells her he has a lead he is planning to follow, but he doesn't tell her what it is. Walter is growing more nervous, concerned that Astrid was followed.

← The freighter carrying Mei Lin's family is being moored at the pier by deckhands as dozens of law enforcers arrive on a tactical raid. Olivia and Broyles join the assault squad as it charges and boards the vessel. As the deckhands are taken into custody, Broyles orders the squad to break into smaller teams and search the freighter by decks. Individual decks are cleared one-by-one, then Olivia finds the hold where the human cargo was kept. None of the foreign nationals are there, but Olivia does find the small toy Mei Lin's daughter had been playing with.

ACT VI

The Bishop's drive to the herbalist shop and park nearby just as refugees start to unload from a panel truck in the alley. Olivia calls Peter to inform him that the freighter they raided was the correct vessel, but that they were too late to intercept the human cargo. Peter tells her about the refugees arriving at the shop on Ping-On Street and she redeploys the assault team to his location. Peter wants a look inside and tells Walter to stay in the car. Walter is worried and thinks going into the shop is not a good idea. Peter promises to be careful.

Peter approaches the shop cautiously, then picks the lock to gain access. Inside, he finds a dozen or so refugees strapped to tables and Ming Che is preparing a gagged woman for parasite removal. The terrified woman sees Peter sneaking in. He signals her to be quiet, then attacks Che from behind, knocking him to the ground. While Walter sits nervously in the car, singing to himself, Peter has been subdued and bloodied. He is strapped down and Che prepares a worm for him to ingest. Che wants to know who else is with Peter. Peter insists he is alone. Che doesn't believe him and forces a worm into Peter's mouth. Outside, the assault team arrives and begins to raid the shop. The team bursts into the makeshift lab and surprises the Che's. Ming steps back and reaches for the pistol in his pocket. Olivia responds to the threat and shoots Ming twice in the chest. Pan Che surrenders peacefully and Peter spits the worm out on the floor, claiming he is alright.

← Walter
Friendship Challenge
returns to his lab,
LoJack-ing Walter
searching for Astrid. He finds her shaken and upset, standing amid the damaged equipment. Happy to find her, Walter approaches Astrid and sees the physical damage to her face. Now deeply saddened, he apologizes to her. Astrid says it wasn't his fault. Somberly, they gaze into the others eyes... then hug.

Back at the hospital, Olivia reports to Broyles that only time will tell in the recovery of the refugees, as some are in surgery, and others in the Intensive Care Unit. Broyles adds that the refugees will be granted political asylum by the State Department, and that financial records at the herbalist shop identifies six other immune deficient clients, like Matt Jarvis. What's more, John Hsu is just an alias that Ming Che uses for his finances. Olivia excuses herself and joins the Lin family in their hospital room. Olivia returns the toy bird that the girl left on her freighter.

At the Bishop residence, Walter rousts Peter from a nap on the couch... he needs to talk. Walter confesses that he does not want to be treated like a child anymore. He has been out of the institution for a year and is just beginning his "journey to being whole". He still fears there will be a time when he will get lost, so he has implanted a tracking device in his neck. He gives Peter a transponder to help keep track of him. Peter smiles in amazement as Walter wanders off to bed and the tracking device beeps softly . →

Quotes

"I want so badly to be independent again... to live like a man, not a child. Not to have my son watching after me all the time. Not that I don't appreciate all that you do for me. That's not the way it's supposed to be." - Walter (to Peter, about a new personal objective)

"Oh, that's a shame. Most people find me very trustworthy." - Peter (boldly taunting his torturer, Ming Che)

"Walter. You are not smoking this thing!" - Astrid (to Walter, after he suggests the parasitic worms might have a narcotic effect)

Trivia

General
  • The Observer walks from left to right down the sidewalk on Ping-On Street, just after Ming Che calls Pan Che to follow Astrid.
  • Snakehead (shé tóu) is a term for organized criminal gangs in Southeast China that smuggle people (human trafficking) to wealthier Western countries.
Recurring Themes
  • Supersized Parasites. The exaggerated gigantic hookworms resemble similar scientific oddities, Loeb's heartworms (In Which We Meet Mr. Jones) and single cell virus (Bound).
  • Comfort Song. As Walter waits nervously in the car for Peter, he returns to a favorite - "Van Amburgh's Menagerie" - the same tune he used to calm himself when facing the beast (Unleashed).

Previously

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    At the motel (August) where he is protecting Christine Hollis, August retrieves a meal with a 'snakehead' emblem on the paper bag -- foreshadowing the 'snakehead' them in this episode.

Music

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Episodes

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

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