Show: Fringe. Set just after 3:16, Os.
Peter found Walter muttering. "Osmium, lutecium, but how, how--"
"Walter." In his soothing-announcer voice. "Case is over. Let it go."
Walter stood, wild-eyed. "OVER? The search for knowledge is NEVER OVER; surely you realize…to alter the laws of physics! Defy Gravity! Turn Back Time! UNDO WHAT HAS BEEN DONE! Nothing can be 'let go.' I CANNOT LET IT GO!" He flailed, knocked over the equipment stand, beakers crashing. Peter grabbed him. "Walter!"
Walter crumpled, whispered. "It could be the key, Peter. To the reversal. Of everything."
Peter patted his back. "And we…keep moving forward, Walter. To ice cream, maybe?"
For the fanmix challenge at jjverse . This was the oft-maligned "musical" episode of Fringe, so it made the song choices easy. I threw in a few that weren't in the show, including one that was new to me, "Brown Betty" by Kay Hanley. I'd never heard of her, but now I'm going to look her up. And, "Blue Moon" is one of my favorite songs of all time, pretty much any version. ( Cover, songs, and excerpts )
No time for polishing! Probably a lot of you don't even remember this show, but this is the theme song from The Greatest American Hero. Check it out sometime; fun and silly.