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Fringe Episode 318: "Bloodline"

      Email Post       3/25/2011 03:10:00 PM      

The intensity of life “over there” accelerates as Olivia finds herself in mortal danger.

Discuss the episode here in the comments.


pookie92 said...

Wow, didn't that twists coming tonight. Not what I thought but when you stop and think about things, i'm not suprised. Love this show and how they keep you on the edge of your shee

Lostie said...

They kept saying at the beginning of this season that we would be rooting for both universes by the end. I didn't believe it, but they've proved me wrong. I actually found myself liking Fauxlivia. Evil Geniuses.... LOVED IT!

Anonymous said...

How is it that the doctors, 15 seconds behind her, can't find her in time, yet the Fringe Dvsn can make it across town??

Anonymous said...

Perhaps because the doctors wanted her found?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry to say that Bloodline struck me as a desperate attempt for a plot-line, as the writers couldn't bear to wait nine months for a new development. However, I have to admit that I did get choked up when we thought that Bolivia had died, and think the episode was a really good way to get us not only to view Bolivia as a good person, but also Walternate (refusing to experiment on children). Can't wait for season finale!!!

Arkadi said...

Yeah, he refuses to experiment on children yet he isn't afraid to toy with Olivia's pregnancy when she's carrying his own grandchild... bit far-fetched? I'm assuming that the pregnancy acceleration wasn't an experiment, but rather a tried and true procedure, as far as Walternate and his mad scientists are concerned, so he probably had every reason to hope for success; but still... :/

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