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Tonight On Fringe Friday: "6:02 AM EST"

      Email Post       4/22/2011 07:17:00 PM      

Tonight's Fringe episode "6:02 AM EST", is the twentieth episode of season 3. After tonight's episode, there are only two more Fringe episodes left this season!

As always, we'll have a LIVE Fringe chat. If you want to talk with other Fringe fans, during or after the show, we usually play "spot the observer", and "What's the glyph code?", plus discuss the action on the show. To join the chat, visit the Fringe chat roomenter your name or a nickname, and join the fun! (please don't use the default mib_xxxxx nickname - be creative!). Advanced users can go directly to the IRC channel: #FringeTV on

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Also, don't forget to check back here after the episode for Observer sightingsGlyph codes, and other Fringe hidden clues.

To discuss "6:02 AM EST" or any other episode, head over the the Fringe episode section.

How do you rate the Fringe episode "6:02 AM EST"?


Amy said...

whether or not they intended for this show to be aired on Good Friday (holiday observed by Christians as the day God sacrificed his son to save humanity), the timing and message were absolutely astounding! I previously had wondered if Walter acknowledged that God had answered his prayer, or if he still held to science that the white tulip was just a random, highly unlikely event. Great episode! Hoping that Henry's middle name is Lee. Still worried that the plot could go the way of "His Dark Materials" books: once the portals between worlds have been sealed, the lovers can no longer travel to be with one another and Peter's going to end up in his original place.

Ron E. said...

This really felt like part 1 of a 3 part episode (which it basically is), so it's hard to fully evaluate it right now until I see the other 2 parts. I gave it a 4 but I'll probably think it's a 5 after the season is over.

Blue said...

Amy, I hadn't even thought of the "His Dark Materials" parallel. I hope it isn't true! Peter and Olivia belong together.

Anonymous said...

Loved it!!! 5 stars!
Love Fringe!

Count Screwloose said...

Not only that, Amy, but consider that it's Passover Week as well with its Ten Plagues.

I still think that offically announcing the renewal of the show on Houdini's birthday was more than coincidence...

Anonymous said...

The fastest half hour on TV....or so it seems.

Anonymous said...

I was shocked when the episode ended because I felt like it hadn't even been on for a few minutes yet.

@Amy I really liked your Good Friday catch. Not being really religious I didn't notice it, but I did notice that the speech Walter gives in prayer about being willing to sacrifice his son to save our world... That seemed like it had a real "Peter Christ" message to it which I liked.

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