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Fringe Episode 401: "Neither Here Nor There"

      Email Post       9/23/2011 08:12:00 PM      

Tonight on Fringe Friday is the season four premiere episode "Neither Here Nor There".

Just one week after Peter Bishop saved the day and was then wiped from existence, the truce between the two worlds remains intact and the two sides are forced to work together. Lincoln Lee joins the Fringe team as they investigate a shapeshifter case that is very personal to him.
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Also, don't forget to check back here after the episode for Observer sightings, Glyph codes, and other Fringe Easter Eggs.

How do you rate the Fringe episode "Neither Here Nor There"?


dana said...

I thought Fringe was great tonight! I am super excited for this season!

I M Tyreek said...

Been waiting for this day for months. Glad Fringe is back. And love this site. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful episode! Back to classic Fringe-intrigue, sci-fi, romance, and yet everything is different. I kept having deja vu during the whole thing, but, like the red universe seemed, this combined (yellow?) universe is truly unique. Can't wait until next week!


Seanl said...

A Great season opener. They must have had a few more funds because even the set looked especially good in this episode. Bring the Lighting, photography, special effects, script and acting all together and tonight was a winning episode.

rqchrach said...

This show RUINED Peter's character. That is all.

Natasha said...

Who the hell is Peter and how can a non-existent character be ruined?

After four long months the wait is finally over! I loved the premiere I thought it was amazing. Lincoln joining the Fringe division was cool, I can't wait to see how he and Olivia interact in the future.

The only bad thing about watching Fringe week to week is the wait. The Christmas hiatus is going to be hell this year.

Anonymous said...

The fine folks at FOX have screwed up my viewing accessibility. Firstly, Hulu no longer carries Fringe, and FOX LOCKS the newest episodes for 8 days on their website. You can see it the next day only if you pay a fee. BOGUS! That may end up effecting viewership and ratings if the shows are harder to watch online. I wonder if this was on purpose??? Totally bummed.

Anonymous said...

Hulu does carry Fringe but every website has to wait eight days to carry the newest episode. I know it's frustrating. We can always file massive complaint forms.

Eruviell said...

I loved this episode. I love seeing what they would have been like if Peter died in the lake when he was ten (which is what I assume happened). I am going to trust JJ et al at least for now

Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice that Olivia said she lost one partner. She lost two....unless charlie is alive?


Anonymous said...

I am really frustrated about not being able to watch the season premiere - I am willing to get a subscription on itunes, I will get the hulu plus account just to watch it on my computer (forget using a roku), or even Amazon instant video. I have been a loyal supporter of this show for over 3 years and I want to continue supporting the show, but if they want to make it so hard for me to watch it just so they can make a few bucks off of a dumb deal with the dish network, then I am not going to waste my time or money on them either. I'll just wait till I can get it from the library - for free.

Anonymous said...

Loved it. Loved it. Can't wait till next week.

Anonymous said...

This chapter does not like me. In my concept is the weakest of all. I like the analysis and the sadness of the characters, it seems that Peter is essential to make a character Walter tender and funny, with amazing notes, and without him Olivia is much more sad, bitter and introverted.
But leaving aside the absence of Peter I think in the case management of the new shifter is not exploited in all its magnitude, I think this because I felt the chapter was written more than a new driver to explain the life of the characters from the non-existence of Peter, as a way to justice the entry of the agent Lee over here, which I seemed forced, because even I gather that blur the character of Olivia, because Lee is now Lincoln has ideas to solve the cases and gives the beating of the ill, while our Olivia takes a passive role and allowed to beat a shapeshifter who moments before had so weak and trembling with a syringe in his hands.

Anonymous said...

For those who can't view it yet just hop on youtube. It's there..... I like to think I am a huge Fringe fan but this episode left me little unsettled (still). There was something about it that left me unsatisfied and just as worried about where it's headed. I just hope it doesn't take the same road that Alias or even Lost did.

Observette MARCH said...

Great start to season 4! Loved it :-) I will reserve my longer comments for a bit later in the season, I'm not a big fan of speculating or theorizing without having seen more of the bigger picture. So far, I like where the story seems to be heading.

catgoh92 said...

For me one word came into my mind,

"Fringe LOOKED the SAME but FEELS TOTALLY DIFFERENT without Peter there."

Peter come back faster so everything will go back to normal. Olivia you had a good partner actually, NOT 3 years ago!

However..I LOVE FRINGE!! =DD

fringeobsessed said...

Anonymous said...
Did anyone notice that Olivia said she lost one partner. She lost two....unless charlie is alive?


I noticed, m. I hope that's what it means. :)

Dennis said...

Maybe she lost Charlie, and John Scott is still alive...! What is Christopher Chance up to these days?

Xindilini said...

Mark Valley is a TV lawyer again with Kathy Bates Harry's Law and Fine Shoes. His new character is a little punchy always wanting to fight with everyone.

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