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Throughout his childhood, a rift between him and his father developed. After Walter was institutionalized, Peter moved to Allston with his mother because she could not afford the mortgage of their house in Cambridge. They didn't speak for the next 17 years, during the time that Walter was in the mental facility, until his hand was practically forced by the FBI agent [[fringe:Olivia Dunham|Olivia Dunham]] who needed his help to get in touch with Walter, the only one who could help with her investigations on fringe science cases. Walter was then released by the hospital into Peter's custody and Walter's former laboratory at Harvard University, which had been shut down in the meantime, was reopened for him to use.
Throughout his childhood, a rift between him and his father developed. After Walter was institutionalized, Peter moved to Allston with his mother because she could not afford the mortgage of their house in Cambridge. They didn't speak for the next 17 years, during the time that Walter was in the mental facility, until his hand was practically forced by the FBI agent [[fringe:Olivia Dunham|Olivia Dunham]] who needed his help to get in touch with Walter, the only one who could help with her investigations on fringe science cases. Walter was then released by the hospital into Peter's custody and Walter's former laboratory at Harvard University, which had been shut down in the meantime, was reopened for him to use.
After an incident on a bridge where Peter sees "a man from the other side", Peter realizes that he is not from the prime universe. Walter is saddened by Peter's anger and he tries to apologize, but Peter won't forgive him. (Season 2 Episode 19 "[[fringe:Brown Betty|Brown Betty]]")


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Peter and Walter's reconciliation reaches its peak in episode 2x10, "[[wikipedia:Grey Matters (Fringe)|Grey Matters]]". [[wikipedia:Thomas Jerome Newton (Fringe)|Thomas Jerome Newton]], the leader of the shape-shifters, kidnaps Walter and forces him to reveal how he opened an inter-dimensional doorway in 1985. Peter risks everything to rescue Walter and is horrified at the thought of seeing him die.<ref>{{cite episode |title=Grey Matters|episodelink=Grey Matters (Fringe)|series=Fringe |serieslink=Fringe (TV series) |credits=[[wikipedia:Jeannot Szwarc|Jeannot Szwarc]] (director), [[wikipedia:Ashley Edward Miller|Ashley Edward Miller]] (writer), [[wikipedia:Zack Stentz|Zack Stentz]] (writer)|network=[[wikipedia:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] |airdate=2009-12-10 |season=2 |number=10}}</ref>
Peter and Walter's reconciliation reaches its peak in episode 2x10, "[[wikipedia:Grey Matters (Fringe)|Grey Matters]]". [[wikipedia:Thomas Jerome Newton (Fringe)|Thomas Jerome Newton]], the leader of the shape-shifters, kidnaps Walter and forces him to reveal how he opened an inter-dimensional doorway in 1985. Peter risks everything to rescue Walter and is horrified at the thought of seeing him die.<ref>{{cite episode |title=Grey Matters|episodelink=Grey Matters (Fringe)|series=Fringe |serieslink=Fringe (TV series) |credits=[[wikipedia:Jeannot Szwarc|Jeannot Szwarc]] (director), [[wikipedia:Ashley Edward Miller|Ashley Edward Miller]] (writer), [[wikipedia:Zack Stentz|Zack Stentz]] (writer)|network=[[wikipedia:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] |airdate=2009-12-10 |season=2 |number=10}}</ref>
After an incident on a bridge where Peter sees "a man from the other side", Peter realizes that he is not from the prime universe. Walter is saddened by Peter's anger and he tries to apologize, but Peter won't forgive him. (Season 2 Episode 19 "[[fringe:Brown Betty|Brown Betty]]")


In Season 5 Episode 13, there is a very emotional scene in which Walter says his goodbye to Peter.
In Season 5 Episode 13, there is a very emotional scene in which Walter says his goodbye to Peter.