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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]]").


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>
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>
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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]]")  
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]]")  


After Peter enters the machine with the help of Olivia's telekinetic powers which were able to drop the weapon's protective force field, Peter's consciousness is propelled 15 years through time, arriving in 2026, outside the completed [[w:One World Trade Center|One World Trade Center]] ([[fringe:The Last Sam Weiss|Season 3 Episode 21]] "[[w:The Last Sam Weiss|The Last Sam Weiss]]"). In this future, after Peter entered the machine, he destroyed the Other Side. However, both universes were inextricably linked, and by destroying one, it would only be a matter of time before the side remaining would also cease to exist. Walter creates a plan to bring Peter's mind from 2011 into his 2026 body, where he would witness the end of days, before returning him, with the hopes that the younger Peter would make a different choice, than destroying the Other Side, thus creating the "First People" mythos. After the Peter from 2011 experiences life in 2026, he returns to 2011, and uses the machine to create a "bridge" between both worlds, where both Walters, and both Olivias, can hopefully forget their differences to save the multiverse. However, before he can fully explain their mission, Peter mysteriously disappears, and both sides forget about him entirely, but remain dedicated to saving their worlds. A conversation between September and December reveals they forgot about Peter because he "never existed," as he "fulfilled his purpose."
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]]").
 
After Peter enters the machine with the help of Olivia's telekinetic powers which were able to drop the weapon's protective force field, Peter's consciousness is propelled 15 years through time, arriving in 2026, outside the completed [[w:One World Trade Center|One World Trade Center]] ([[fringe:The Last Sam Weiss|Season 3 Episode 21]] "[[w:The Last Sam Weiss|The Last Sam Weiss]]"). In this future, after Peter entered the machine, he destroyed the Other Side. However, both universes were inextricably linked, and by destroying one, it would only be a matter of time before the side remaining would also cease to exist. Walter creates a plan to bring Peter's mind from 2011 into his 2026 body, where he would witness the end of days, before returning him, with the hopes that the younger Peter would make a different choice, than destroying the Other Side, thus creating the "First People" mythos. After the Peter from 2011 experiences life in 2026, he returns to 2011, and uses the machine to create a "bridge" between both worlds, where both Walters, and both Olivias, can hopefully forget their differences to save the multiverse. However, before he can fully explain their mission, Peter mysteriously disappears, and both sides forget about him entirely, but remain dedicated to saving their worlds. A conversation between September and December reveals they forgot about Peter because he "never existed", as he "fulfilled his purpose".


In Seasion 4, because of Peter's "erasure" from existence, a new timeline develops, which while very similar to the original one, contains slight differences. Just as happened in the original timeline, Walter was locked away in St. Claire's Mental Hospital for seventeen years, until Olivia Dunham had him released in order to help her partner and lover John Scott. However, without Peter there, they were unable to save John's life. The Fringe Division of the prime-universe is still formed after this, but the characters all have subtle personality differences. Also, other events which Peter only had a slight hand in are erased entirely.
In Season 4, because of Peter's "erasure" from existence, a new timeline develops, which while very similar to the original one, contains slight differences. Just as happened in the original timeline, Walter was locked away in St. Claire's Mental Hospital for seventeen years, until Olivia Dunham had him released in order to help her partner and lover John Scott. However, without Peter there, they were unable to save John's life. The Fringe Division of the prime-universe is still formed after this, but the characters all have subtle personality differences. Also, other events which Peter only had a slight hand in are erased entirely.


Without Peter's presence, Walter has even less of a grip of reality, becoming agoraphobic, afraid to leave the lab, hypersensitive to germs that may or may not be there, and prone to destructive "episodes." Olivia appears to have a calming effect on him, and their relationship is more gentle and crutch-like than in the original timeline.
Without Peter's presence, Walter has even less of a grip of reality, becoming agoraphobic, afraid to leave the lab, hypersensitive to germs that may or may not be there, and prone to destructive "episodes." Olivia appears to have a calming effect on him, and their relationship is more gentle and crutch-like than in the original timeline.