Fringe 3.20 | 6:20 EST
BROYLES: What do you think?
WALTER: Excuse me?
BROYLES: Peter’s your son. As a father, do you think this is a good idea?
WALTER: It’s because of my selfishness, my inability to let my son go twenty-six years ago that this is happening. My opinion as a father, it doesn’t matter.
BROYLES: Walter, it matters to me.
WALTER: I honestly don’t know what’s gonna happen, Phillip. And the current of energy is so powerful. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen. And the thought of what that could do to my son… I don’t want him to suffer.
Fringe 4.20 | Worlds Apart
WALTERNATE: I know what you’re afraid of. It occurs to me, so I’m sure it occurs to you too, that if The Machine stops working, Peter may disappear.
WALTER: I believe it may have brought him here. There’s no reason it can’t take him away.
WALTERNATE: 25 years ago, you couldn’t have made this decision. You didn’t.
WALTER: I’ve come to accept that he’s not ours.