Player Affinity writes: "It might be the slightly more advanced tech. It might be the way they dress. It might be Fauxlivia's gung-ho attitude and her deriding smiles. It might even be the particular orchestral music in the background, or it might be all of the above. The fact is that whenever an episode of Fringe is set on The Other Side, there is an extra quality to it. And when the story is as well put together as "One Night in October", we are in for a treat."