In this episode, the alternate Agent Farnsworth grants herself permission to cross over to the prime universe in order to visit Astrid and learn about her past after her father's death. In the investigation, a former MIT professor uses his talents, along with borrowed technology, to intercede in the lives of those destined for a life of suffering. Meanwhile, the Observers monitor the entire affair and learn of the failed intervention of one of their own.
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Alt Astrid had a troubled relationship with her late father and wondered if their relationship would've been stronger if she was better able to express and understand emotions.
Observers are featured in this episode. One can also be seen watching the incident in the parking garage.
The Mallum family in 'Forced Perspective' lives next to a thrift store named Anges de la Pitié, French for 'angels of pity', foreshadowing Neil's perception of himself as a savior to those who would soon experience suffering in 'Making Angels'.
The sign for "Quimby Ale" outside of the liquor store in 'Making Angels' foreshadows the importance of the shop at the corner of Cyprus and Quimby in 'Welcome to Westfield'.
In the season 4 timeline, Walter tried to save/kidnap Peter just like he did in "Peter", but September never saved them from the icy lake.
In "Novation" Peter realized that the Observer's lack of action that night is what changed everything.
Fauxlivia shows particular interest in Lincoln.
In "Liberty" Fauxlivia and Lincoln were married and had a family. (Image 1)