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Walternate crosses over to take Peter home, and Walter is further saddened by this. (Season 2 Episode 21 "[[fringe:Over There: Part 1|Over There: Part 1]]") He then gathers Cortexiphan test subjects to cross over to rescue Peter. While over there, he reunites with William Bell and eventually rescues Peter. Though Bell dies in the process when they return to the prime universe, Walter does get some closure from Bell. (Season 2 Episode 22 "[[fringe:Over There: Part 2|Over There: Part 2]]").
Walternate crosses over to take Peter home, and Walter is further saddened by this. (Season 2 Episode 21 "[[fringe:Over There: Part 1|Over There: Part 1]]") He then gathers Cortexiphan test subjects to cross over to rescue Peter. While over there, he reunites with William Bell and eventually rescues Peter. Though Bell dies in the process when they return to the prime universe, Walter does get some closure from Bell. (Season 2 Episode 22 "[[fringe:Over There: Part 2|Over There: Part 2]]").
For the majority of the early episodes, Peter despises working with his father, and in episode 1x04, "[[fringe:The Arrival|The Arrival]]", he prepares to leave Boston for good. But, he comes in contact with The Observer known as "September," who appears to read Peter's mind. Following this incident, Peter realizes that "The Pattern" does actually exist, and vows to remain in Boston until he discovers the truth, becoming a civilian consultant for the [[w: U.S. Department of Homeland Security|U.S. Department of Homeland Security]], in the area of [[w:Fringe science|fringe science]].<ref>{{cite episode |title=The Arrival|episodelink=The Arrival (Fringe) |series=Fringe |serieslink=Fringe (TV series) |credits=Paul A. Edwards (director), [[w:J.J. Abrams|J.J. Abrams]] (writer), [[w:Jeff Pinkner|Jeff Pinkner]] (writer)|network=[[w:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] |airdate=2008-09-30 |season=1 |number=4}}</ref>
By the culmination of season one, Peter and Walter appear to have completely reconciled. Peter even builds his father a device that could repair his water-damaged records, in episode 1x19, "[[w:The Road Not Taken (Fringe)|The Road Not Taken]]."<ref>{{cite episode |title=The Road Not Taken|episodelink=The Road Not Taken (Fringe) |series=Fringe |serieslink=Fringe (TV series) |credits=[[w:Frederick E. O. Toye|Frederick E. O. Toye]] (director), [[w:J.R. Orci|J.R. Orci]] (writer), [[w:Jeff Pinkner|Jeff Pinkner]] (writer)|network=[[w:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] |airdate=2009-05-05 |season=1 |number=19}}</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>


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.