Originally Posted by akSun
I don't remember this scene ,,, which season/episode was it?
I know September was in Walter's lab once when he was shot. But I thought he put something in Peter's eye and walked out on his own.
About 22 minutes into Season 4, Episode 14 ("The End of All Things") Walter is attempting to treat a comatose September in his lab; he's dying from a gunshot wound and Walter can't stop it. Olivia's been abducted by David Robert Jones who's had a shapeshifter posing as Nina Sharp stealing Cortexiphan from storage at Massive Dynamic and dosing Olivia with it; he's trying to get her to use her power and turn on his little box of lights with her mind to determine whether he's succeeded in "activating" her. The other members of Fringe Division don't know how to find her, but they think that September might, so Walter works his magic to merge Peter's conscious with September's so he can ask him. At around 25 minutes Peter begins a meeting with September in his mind. September takes the opportunity to explain all the things he's done and their consequences; Peter just wants to know how to find Olivia. At around 31 minutes things start to fall apart in September's mind and Peter gets bounced out. He opens his eyes and is back in the lab with September having a seizure on the table next to him; Walter asks Astrid to prepare an injection but before he can administer it September appears to vanish and a little table full of medical instruments gets knocked over.
In the next episode ("A Short Story About Love") Walter reveals that he had a nanny-cam concealed in a teddy bear on a shelf which caught the action (he'd put it there to snoop on the maintenance staff). He gets some highly classified equipment from the government which can magically analyze the video and slow everything down, which shows two Observers blinking into the lab and removing September so quickly that no one can see them. He shows this to Peter at around 10 minutes into the episode; he's also seen something inserted into Peter's eye in the footage (though I can't see where that happens); Walter removes it to discover that it's a little lens with an address written on it.
All 4 completed seasons of Fringe
are available as Amazon Prime Instant Video (in 720p w/DD 5.1 sound) which Amazon Prime members can view at no additional charge. (Episodes from this season are also available after they air, but only for purchase). I used these to review that. (I've been watching Fringe
over from the beginning and have watched through to the 6th episode of the second season).