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Tonight On Fringe Friday: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

      Email Post       4/15/2011 09:39:00 PM      

Tonight's Fringe episode "Lysergic Acid Diethylamide", is the nineteenth episode of season 3. After tonight's episode, there are only three 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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How do you rate the Fringe episode "Lysergic Acid Diethylamide"?


Anonymous said...

a.m.a.z.i.n.g. !!!

Eomira said...

Super cool with some fantastic moments of hilarity :)

Anonymous said...

Only Fringe can keep my heart racing through out the entire episode and then leave me reeling at the end! Bravo Fringe! Let the Finale begin!

Anonymous said...

Fringeviewer here: This is one wild episode... with a distinct, eerie detail in the end. Is Olivia really back? Is she really in peace with herself and her future?

Matthew the Curmudgeon said...

Found it rather disappointing on several levels.
So, she believes that man is going to kill her. She seemed rather unaffected by the idea. How does she know this if she doesn't know him?
Guess we will find out by the end of the series.

Loved Broyles on LSD!

Anonymous said...

What a ride!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Did anyone notice that Agent Dunham was lying sideways in a ad on the side of the bus on which Walter was sitiing.
Also, when walter fell out of the Zeppelin he fell on to Reiden Lake.
And Mr. X had been locked away for a long time. Peter mentioned what if we kick something loose.
I think he just did.
Great Episode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

ok, the writers(s) must have been on LSD when they wrote that while watching the Matrix. But wow wow wow. One of the top Fringe Episodes, but Season 3 has a few of those, and brilliant actors!


Anonymous said...

I loved the scene where Peter realized that it wasn't Olivia that he was talking to. It was her deepest fear that he didn't know who she really was and he passed the test, releasing her to face all of her other fears. Peter's redemption. In light of this scene, all whining about Peter and Olivia should further more be banned from this site. Here. Here.

Anonymous said...

Fringeviewer here: I came to terms with Olivia's strange reaction to the man in the X-marked t-shirt. She conquered her fears, even the fear of death. Her demeanor is now more relaxed and calm, and she can even eat a toast while talking about it.

My only problem with the whole thing is an eyebrow of hers, suspiciously arched like Bell-Nimoy used to do. Otherwise, her hand gestures are back, and Olivia's intonation and speech patterns. I must admit that Anna Torv is doing a remarkable tour-de-force by playing so many characters and giving each a distinct personality.

Oddly enough, I'm no longer as anxious about the following episodes, despite all the spoilers I've seen... Let's hope the writers decide to add a few more PO natural moments like they did in "Os," which, while not as wild as this one, was a delight to watch. The latest was wild... but as it happens with "Fringe" episodes, they're more enjoyable as they get "old."

Anonymous said...

Did Broyles foresee his death while tripping his brains out? I've heard rumor there's a character leaving at the end of the season. I hope they don't kill him off.

Bell is not gone. He'll pop up somewhere in something. Maybe he's buried in Olivia's sub conscious and she can access him when she's in danger. He'll be her inner guide.

Lostie said...

Anon above this: I don't think Broyles foresaw his death while on LSD... I think he was referring to having seen his alternate-self dead.

Loved loved LOVED the episode!! (thought bubble with "wonderful!")

Also loved the nod to LOST (William pours himself a glass of MacCutcheon) :)

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