Fringe FBI Podcast Season 4 Episode 7

      Email Post       11/30/2011 08:07:00 PM      

Frea, Jan, Lou, & Maximus get together after each Fringe episode in this temporarily constructed shared reality known as a podcast to discuss the Fourth Season of Fringe.

'Wallflower'
 
The Need To Be Seen


Agenda:
1) Intros
2) Episode Easter Eggs  
3) Quick Thoughts 
4) RoundTable 
5) Ep Rating - out of 10 Genes
 

Intro Music: 'One Headlight' - The Wallflowers
Exit Music: 'No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature' - The Guess Who

Leave us feedback here or on Twitter:

Frea - @Frea_O
Lou - @olddarth
Maximus - @mxpw999

Jan's Wallflower Recap can be found at NiceGirlsTV

FBI Inc Podcast graphics designed by Frea_O

My written episode reviews can be found on this blog under my OldDarth handle. 


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All Six Fringe Title Sequences

      Email Post       11/30/2011 01:13:00 PM      



Here is a fun video that combines all of the Fringe opening title sequences side-by-side into one video.  

* Thanks to @AnnaTorvDotCom for finding this!
 

DVR ratings:'Fringe,' 'Grimm,' and 'House' now lead the way

      Email Post       11/30/2011 11:35:00 AM      



DVR ratings: 'Fringe,' 'Grimm,' and 'House' now lead the way
Matt Carter, TV Examiner
November 29, 2011

 We're always fascinated with just how many people actually opt to watch some of their favorite shows after the fact, and this new round of DVR ratings proves one thing -- people go out frequently on Friday nights, and some of the shows we thought were struggling are actually doing a little better than we thought.

With that, we come to the top five percentage-gainers in 18-49 viewing for the week of November 7 (which were just released on Tuesday).

 1."Fringe" - Will a show ever double its viewership in 18-49 viewing? "Fringe" came closer than all others this week, gaining 72% after its initial airing to finish with a 1.9 rating.

Read Matt Carter's full article at TV Examiner here.

Fringe Review: Wallflower

      Email Post       11/27/2011 02:40:00 PM      

“You understand right now how important it is to be seen.”

In one of the most famous passages of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, geist encounters another, and the interchange between the two results in geist evolving into a more mature being through the encounter and the struggle for dominance it creates.* No man, as Donne says, is an island. We must be recognized to recognize ourselves. We must recognize others in order to understand our relation to them and to the world we inhabit.

Fringe Rewatch 401 Neither Here Nor There

      Email Post       11/25/2011 05:13:00 AM      


Join us during the fall/winter break every Friday for our Fringe Winter Rewatch.

Fringe episode #401 "Neither Here Nor There" begins the fourth season with Olivia and Bolivia exchanging case files and information since they are now supposed to work together. It is quite apparent that even though an alliance has been formed from the bridge, things aren't exactly smooth between the two of them. Immediately we find out that even in a Peter Bishop-less world, Olivia was still kidnapped and Bolivia infiltrated Fringe Division. There's still plenty of reason not to trust them over there!

Meanwhile the Observers are in a diner, discussing the fact that Peter was erased from the timeline and yet continues to bleed through. It is Septembers responsibility to end it completely and so later he builds a device used to erase Peter from the timeline completely.

In this new universe, the amberverse we quickly catch up with Lincoln Lee and his partner that soon becomes victim to a Fringe event. The Olivia that he meets is obviously different than his first encounter with Olivia (who had the time happened to be Bellivia). With the new timeshift, he has no recollection of meeting her and it seems to be the case vice versa. Olivia appears tougher and an almost colder sense. She refuses to tell him the Division she works for (Fringe) or the apparent case they've been working on. Instead she demands the body be taken back to their facility (without so much as naming it because this Olivia appears much more secretive) and Lincoln as she leaves catches her license plate. We know that we're not done seeing him. He's obviously very stubborn and wants to get to the bottom of what's going on.

Quickly we learn that the events of the bridge, the agreement between both sides to work together has only been going on for one week. Walter meanwhile is in the lab and injects a dead bird with a serum. It appears to come back to life, though Walter tells Astrid that it is still dead even as it is flying around the lab. Lincoln comes into the lab and the bird drops to the ground appearing dead once again. Why is Walter injecting a dead bird? What is he hoping to do, bring life back to the dead? Is this perhaps a Brown Betty reference from the second season?

Of course Olivia is rather unhappy to see Lincoln in the secret lab at Harvard. He threatens to expose the lab and her department if she doesn't bring him along as Broyles calls about their next assignment. She answers him with a rather snarky, "Okay, come. You can get fired later." Clearly she doesn't have time to deal with him.

At the next crime scene we find another body, much like Lincoln's partner where the body has a semi-translucent appearance. Shortly after, Lincoln meets up with Broyles and Olivia. He is given a higher level of clearance before being shown the bodies -- all two dozen of them at a secure facility.

Olivia and Lincoln return back to the lab. It's then that Walter first witnesses Peter's reflection in the mirror. He seems to go quite insane at the ordeal, which makes sense considering he believes them to be hallucinations. Lincoln asks if Walter is all right. Again we get more insight into this new amberverse, "Well, that depends on your definition of alright. He's functional. Except when he's not. But he is often quite brilliant. He just never had anything to tether him to the world." This new insight seems rather sad in regards to Walter. He's not the same man that our Peter grew up with.

As the case further unfolds, Lincoln rejects the idea that Fringe Division can't return the bodies to their families. He's upset by this, moreso than anyone else because his FBI partner and friend died. He knows that his family would want closure. Olivia admits to him that the reasoning is they would have to file documentation and it would draw attention to Fringe Division. She knows it may not be a good answer or one that he wants to hear but it is the truth. This Olivia appears quite blunt at times yet honest (as honest as she can be considering earlier she couldn't give information about the department of the FBI she worked for).

In the end, Olivia does try and help Lincoln by releasing the body to the family. Maybe it's the fact the case got to her-- as she discussed her old partner John and the similarities with the translucent skin, perhaps she remembered her own loss (as she never found out he was a trader and instead he died a hero in her mind). Or perhaps it was the fact that Lincoln did help her with the investigation and it was his partner that had died. Whatever the reason, she pulled strings and had his body released to the family. I can only wonder how his family reacted to seeing him and what excuse the government made for the way he appeared.

The final scenes of the episode had Lincoln get fully credentialed for the other side. He was taken to the bridge and sees a real glimpse of over here and over there at the same time when he looks up to the sky. Bolivia comes out from her side -- I have to wonder if she was called in advance or just happened to be ready for Olivia's own appearance. Olivia hands Bolivia a device, asking her to look into it. Olivia tells her that it came from a Human Shapeshifter as we've learned that this is the result of the massive amount of bodies we've seen. Olivia suspects Walternate and Bolivia tells her she'll look into it. We've yet to learn much more and can't help but feel suspicious in handing over the technology and asking for their help.

The very final scene has Walter sleeping in a room in his lab. A room he's very clearly made into his bedroom. Agent Timmy stands guard outside, never leaving Walter completely alone. Walter tries to watch television and as he shuts it off, we see Peter's reflection. The Agent comes rushing in after a loud scream and the sound of something shattering. We see that Walter has thrown something at the television and the reflection is now gone.

"Watch Fringe Live And Win" Contest Winner #7

      Email Post       11/23/2011 03:24:00 PM      

Congratulations to Nicole Boese (@NicoleBoese) of Green Bay, WI (Go Pack!) - last week's winner of a Fringe Travel Mug AND a Fringe Division Logo T-shirt, compliments of TVTeez.com.

Fringe Repeats will begin in the usual time slot starting December 9th, but there will be no new Fringe episodes until January 13th, at which time we will continue the Watch Fringe Live And Win! contest with "Back To Where You've Never Been".

We have a few things planned during the break, so keep checking back.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Anna Torv: Can I Give You A Ticket?

      Email Post       11/22/2011 10:09:00 AM      



Here is a funny new video from CollegeHumor.com featuring Fringe's Anna Torv.  

[Source: SpoilerTV]
 

Fringe Observiews 4.07 Wallflower

      Email Post       11/21/2011 10:17:00 PM      


Welcome to the Observiews for Season 4 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews. 
Screen caps from this episode are taken from fringefiles.com
All observations are mine and therefore could be totally off the wall and/or wrong. I have not read or looked at any recaps or reviews. I could also have missed a few things, oh well… 

1.09 The Dreamscape
OLIVIA: “…I'm sorry that it's taken me so long to give you an answer, but I, um, I think I finally have one...”

Fringe Trailer: "Everything Will Become Clear"

      Email Post       11/21/2011 09:34:00 AM      



Here is a new trailer for the "Winter Premiere" Fringe episode "Back To Where You've Never Been", which premieres January 13, 2012.

Commercials From Fringe Episode "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/19/2011 01:10:00 AM      



This is a compilation of all the commercials (and glyphs) shown during the Fringe episode "Wallflower". Plus there's a trailer for "Alcatraz" in there as well!

Please take a moment to thank the sponsors of Fringe, by purchasing their products and/or saying thanks on their Twitter and Facebook pages. Keep it simple, like this tweet from :
Hey @toyota, I just observed your "Prius V" commercial during #Fringe. Thanks for supporting the show. :)

Here is a list of the sponsors shown in the video above, with links to their Twitter/ Facebook accounts.

For other ways to show your support for Fringe, read BirdAndBear's post on overcoming Nielsen invisibility.


Fringe Easter Eggs: Hidden Glyphs in "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/19/2011 12:23:00 AM      



There are two hidden symbols in the Fringe episode "Wallflower". The Flower and Butterfly glyphs can be seen hanging on the wall as art (get it...wall flower), in the diner where Olivia meets Lincoln on her 3:00am walk.

Here are close-ups of the two paintings:

Fringe Easter Eggs: Observer in "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/18/2011 11:58:00 PM      


Observers make an appearance in every Fringe episode. In the Fringe episode "Wallflower", one can be spotted in the crowd, outside the apartment building of U-Gene (aka Baby Boy Bryant).

You can see all of the other hidden appearances of Observers here.

Close-up after the break:

Fringe 408 Preview: "Back To Where You've Never Been"

      Email Post       11/18/2011 10:48:00 PM      



Here is the preview from the end of "Wallflower" for the Spring Premiere Fringe episode "Back To Where You've Never Been", which airs on FRIDAY, January 13th at 9:00PM on FOX.

Head over to the FringeTelevision YouTube channel (and click the "pop out" button) to watch it in full-sized HD.

Screenshots from this preview can be viewed at FringeFiles.com.

Fringe Easter Eggs: Glyph Code in "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/18/2011 10:05:00 PM      



The Glyphs code in the Fringe episode "Wallflower" spelled out DAVID.

For more information on the Fringe Glyphs, check out Fringepedia's Glyph / Symbols page, which has all the previous glyphs and codes.

"Watch Fringe Live And Win!" Contest #7 - Wallflower

      Email Post       11/18/2011 06:21:00 PM      

Tonight is the seventh week of our "Watch Fringe Live and Win!" contest, which rewards fans for watching Fringe live!

This week's winner will get their choice from our remaining Fringe prize pool, PLUS as a special bonus for the Fringe Fall Finale, this week's winner will also get there choice of any Fringe T-Shirt from TVTeez.com.

To enter for your chance to win:
  1. Watch Fringe Live!
     
  2. Follow FringeTV - Go to the @FringeTV twitter page at https://twitter.com/#!/FringeTV and click the follow button.
     
  3. Post the following messages as a tweet: 

    I entered to win #Fringe @detourshirts in the @FringeTV "Watch Fringe Live And Win!" contest. http://bit.ly/WatchFringeLive #Wallflower
Read the complete rules after the break:

Fringe Episode 407: "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/18/2011 05:43:00 PM      


Tonight on Fringe Friday's "Fall Finale", is the seventh season four episode "Wallflower".
TIME IS A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

When a man mysteriously dies by an invisible force, his body rapidly begins turning ghostly white. The Fringe team learns that this is not an isolated incident, and there’s evidence that links the predator to someone who passed away with an unknown genetic disorder. Meanwhile, Olivia suffers from migraines.
Chat live during the episode and tweet with Joel Wyman, then after the show discuss the episode here in the comments, and get more information:
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 "Wallflower"?



FringeTelevision LIVE Chat Room for "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/18/2011 04:48:00 PM      


Tonight is our weekly LIVE Fringe chat for the Fringe episode "Wallflower", where we play "spot the observer", and "What's the glyph code?", plus discuss the action on the show.  
 
Reminder: this season we have our own new and improved chat room at chat.fringetelevision.com

Come join the fun, and don't forget to enter our Watch Fringe LIVE And Win Contest tonight!

Also, just a reminder that Fringe executive producer Joel Wyman will be tweeting during tonight's episode!


Fringe Is TV's Most DVR'd Show

      Email Post       11/18/2011 04:27:00 PM      

NY Magazine's Vulture column has a fascinating article/slideshow that explores the demographics of this season's crop of TV Shows. Did you know that Bones and Terra Nova are the top two shows for people over 50, or the top three shows for people with four years of college are Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Community? Here is what the demos have to say about Fringe:
Who's Getting Delayed?

Fox's Fringe gets the biggest percentage boost from time-shifting: Probably thanks to its Friday-night berth, it adds 133 percent more adults 18-49 viewers from DVRs. 90210, Up All Night, Modern Family, and Supernatural round out the top five most-DVRed shows this season. The show nobody bothers to DVR? America's Funniest Home Videos, which adds just 7 percent to its total. Trampoline accidents clearly need to be watched in real time.
That's a huge jump, but a 133% increase means that more people watch delayed than live. Of course, it would be better if they all watched live, but at least they are watching (and hopefully within the 3-day window so it counts in the L+3 and C+3 ratings).

* Thanks to SpoilerTV for finding this!

Tweet With Joel Wyman During Fringe Tonight!

      Email Post       11/18/2011 03:40:00 PM      


Fringe executive producer Joel Wyman (@JWFRINGE) will be tweeting live during tonight's Fringe episode "Wallflower" for both east and west coast broadcasts.

Also, while you are on twitter tonight, don't forget to enter our "Watch Fringe Live and Win!" contest, where you can win a Fringe T-shirt, and other Fringe prizes.

Beyond The Fringe Comic #3: Chapter A

      Email Post       11/18/2011 01:26:00 PM      

DC Comics has released the fifth comic in the "Beyond The Fringe" direct-to-digital series.


Beyond The Fringe #3: Chapter A was written by Joshua Jackson, is available now for $0.99 via Comixology.com.

Here is the official description:
Peter And The Machine

The staggering conclusion to the first arc of BEYOND THE FRINGE -- written by FRINGE star Joshua Jackson (Peter Bishop)! Peter's forced to make a final, excruciating decision that not only affects his future, but the future of everyone he loves.
Order "Beyond The Fringe" here

"Watch Fringe Live And Win" Contest Winner #6

      Email Post       11/17/2011 04:45:00 PM      


Congratulations to Allan (@Xerophytes) of London, UK, last week's winner of a Black Fringe T-Shirt in the Watch Fringe Live And Win! contest that we have here every week on Fringe Fridays.

The current list of remaining prizes includes:
  • 3 Black "Fringe" T-shirts (size M only)
  • 1 Gray "Save Peter" T-shirt (size L only)
  • 5 Fringe "Lenticular" notebooks (cover change between Walter/Olivia and Walternate/Fauxlivia)
  • 4 Fringe Travel Mugs
  • 5 Fringe LED flashlight keychains
  • 2 Fringe mousepads
Plus, this week's winner will not only get any one of the above items, but you will also win any Fringe T-shirt of your choice (and size) from TVTeez.com.


Don't forget to Watch Fringe LIVE this Friday, and come back here Friday night to enter for your chance to win!

Fringe Noble Intentions: And Those We've Left Behind

      Email Post       11/17/2011 04:27:00 PM      



John Noble discusses Walter's hostile attitude towards Peter in this latest episode of Noble Intentions, for the Fringe episode "And Those We've Left Behind".

Fringe Sneak Peeks: Wallflower

      Email Post       11/17/2011 01:23:00 PM      



Here are three scenes from this week's Fringe episode "Wallflower", which airs November 18th at 9:00pm on FOX.

Clips #2 and #3 are after the break.

FBI(Fringe Benefits Inc) Podcast Review

      Email Post       11/16/2011 08:39:00 PM      

Frea, Jan, Lou, & Maximus get together after each Fringe episode in this temporarily constructed shared reality known as a podcast to discuss the Fourth Season of Fringe.

'And Those We Left Behind'
 
The Peter Paradox: Constant or Wild Card?


Agenda:
1) Intros
2) Episode Easter Eggs  
3) Quick Thoughts 
4) RoundTable 
5) Ep Rating - out of 10 Genes

Fringe Posts Largest Gain In DVR This Season

      Email Post       11/16/2011 02:59:00 PM      

Some recent ratings posts have pointed out the season low 1.1 "Live + Same Day" rating for last week's episode "And Those We Left Behind".

Based on that, some people have speculated a gloomy future for Fringe. However, they were missing some important information when forming their opinions.

The silver lining is that Fringe fans are still watching, and while the L+SD ratings are lower this week, the "Live + 3-Day DVR" ratings jump was the highest of any network show this season.

The Fox Research twitter feed notes that Fringe's ratings jumped 64% to a 1.8 when DVR numbers are factored in:
Last wk’s posted the largest % gain from L+SD to L+3 this season on any broadcast net, up +64% to a 1.8 L+3 rtg (vs. 1.1 L+SD)

According to ratings gurus TV By The Numbers, the L+3 rating is what most closely matches the C+3 rating used by advertisers.

Another thing to take into consideration (although it is not an excuse), is that other Friday night shows took a hit as well. NBC's Grimm was also down 0.2 in ratings this week, and CBS's Blue Bloods was down 0.4 in ratings.

So keep watching Fringe live, and if you just can't watch on Friday night, please DVR it and watch it as soon as possible.

For other tips to help Fringe, read BirdAndBear's post on "Overcoming Nielsen Invisibility", and our other Support Fringe posts.

Fringe Observiews 4.06 And Those We've Left Behind

      Email Post       11/16/2011 02:59:00 PM      



Welcome to the Observiews for Season 4 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews.

All observations are mine and therefore could be totally off the wall and/or wrong. I have not read or looked at any recaps or reviews. I could also have missed a few things, oh well…

2.17 White Tulip
PECK: “You and I both know there are certain things we take for granted -- the laws of nature for example -- that are not necessarily binding. There are places on this Earth where two plus two most definitely does not equal four.”

Dial In to the FOX Mobile Club for Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Content

      Email Post       11/15/2011 12:14:00 PM      




Beginning January 6th, FOX will be sending out exclusive behind the scenes content including promos and photos for fans of the hit show Fringe.

To get the content, TEXT 94444 and the word "FRINGE." As with any cell phone, text and data messaging rates may apply.

To read more about what FOX is offering check out it's Facebook page for complete details: FOX Broadcasting on Facebook

TV Fanatic: "Fringe needs your help, fans."

      Email Post       11/15/2011 10:30:00 AM      


Fringe Teaser: "Wallflower"
November 14th, 2011 1:57 PM
 by Matt Richenthal

Fringe needs your help, fans. The series dropped to an all-time low in viewers last week, leaving little doubt that this will be the final season for Peter, Olivia, Walter and company.

The best thing you can do to avoid this fate for the series? Tune in. Tell your friends to tune in. And your family. And, heck, even your enemies. The drama needs all the help it can get.

 Below, we've posted the official FOX trailer for Friday's "Wallflower." It will find the team connecting a mysterious death with a genetic disorder; and it will feature a major migraine problem for Olivia...

See Matt's entire TV Fanatic article here.
 And please, take his advice and tell everyone to watch "Wallflower" LIVE this Fringe Friday!

TV Ratings Report:Series Low for Fringe

      Email Post       11/15/2011 10:24:00 AM      


TV Ratings Report: Series Low for Fringe
 November 12th, 2011 2:47 PM by Matt Richenthal

 Fringe delivered a tremendous episode last night, though you wouldn't know it based on the ratings for this Fox drama, which plummeted to a series low...

 8 p.m.
 Kitchen Nightmares: 3.92 million viewers
 A Gifted Man: 8.25 million
Chuck: 3.17 million
 Extreme Make Over Home Edition: 4.21 million
Nikita: 1.9 million

9 p.m.
 CSI: NY: 10.16 million
Grimm: 5.19 million
20/20: 5.58 million
Fringe: 3.07 million
Supernatural: 1.79 million

10 p.m.
Blue Bloods: 11.18 million
20/20: 5.87 million
Dateline: 4.9 million

See Matt Richenthal's TV Fanatic article here.

Commercials From Fringe Episode "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/14/2011 07:28:00 PM      



This is a compilation of all the commercials shown during the Fringe episode "And Those We've Left Behind", inspired by BirdAndBear's post on overcoming Nielsen invisibility.

Please take a moment to thank the sponsors of Fringe, by either purchasing thier products, or saying thanks on their Twitter accounts. Here is a list of the sponsors shown in the video above, with links to their twitter accounts.

Fringe 406 Review: And Those We've Left Behind

      Email Post       11/14/2011 02:05:00 AM      

He is a fringe event.”

The Golden Ratio, or phi, finds mathematical symmetry in nature and likely-unplanned symmetry in art. From the shells of the nautilus to DalĂ­ paintings and rabbit reproduction, phi describes the relationship of spatial objects, mathematical figures—not quite life, the universe, and everything, but quite nearly.

Fringe Ep. 4.06 Review

      Email Post       11/13/2011 07:25:00 PM      


And Those We Left Behind

The Peter Paradox: Constant or Wild Card?


Hearkening back to Season Two's, 'White Tulip', 'And Those We Left Behind(ATWLB)', is outwardly a high concept SF time travel episode. Both episodes Trojan Horse'd time travel elements to explore very human conditions which is when Fringe is at its best.

And both episodes are stories about lost loves.

With 'Novation' inserting Peter gingerly back into the altered time line, this week's episode expands on the implications and possible pitfalls of his return. Opening with a perfect day dream sequence we see Peter, wedding band visible, with Olivia and the swing setting Walter in a park. It is naturally all too perfect and ends on an ominous note with Olivia telling Peter there is a problem. 

'He is a Fringe Event.'

And that problem is Peter.

Fringe Easter Eggs: Observer in "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/12/2011 10:13:00 AM      


The Observer makes an appearance in every Fringe episode. In the Fringe episode "And Those We've Left Behind", he can be spotted outside a building at the beginning of the episode.

Fringe Sneak Peek 407 "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/12/2011 01:52:00 AM      


Walter is fascinated by the octopus he purchased.

New Fringe Promo 407 "Wallflower": "Someone's Watching"

      Email Post       11/12/2011 01:20:00 AM      



He's watching you but you won't see him until the very end.

Fringe Easter Eggs: Glyph Code in "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/11/2011 10:53:00 PM      


The Glyphs code in the Fringe episode And Those We've Left Behind spelled out LIVING.

For more information on the Fringe Glyphs, check out Fringepedia's Glyph / Symbols page, which has all the previous glyphs and codes.

Fringe 407 Preview: "Wallflower"

      Email Post       11/11/2011 10:11:00 PM      


Here is the preview from the end of "And Those We Left Behind" for the Fringe episode "Wallflower", which airs on FRIDAY, November 11th at 9:00PM on FOX.

Fringe Episode 406: "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/11/2011 07:00:00 PM      



Tonight on Fringe Friday is the sixth episode of season four "And Those We've Left Behind".
TIME IS A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

The Fringe team must find the pattern between tragic time loop anomalies. As the investigation unfolds, Raymond, an electrical engineer, and his wife Kate, a professor of theoretical physics, enter the picture.
Chat live during the episode, then after the show discuss the episode here in the comments, and get more information:
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 "And Those We've Left Behind"?

FringeTelevision LIVE Chat Room for "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/11/2011 05:00:00 PM      


Tonight is our weekly LIVE Fringe chat for the Fringe episode "And Those We've Left Behind", where we play "spot the observer", and "What's the glyph code?", plus discuss the action on the show.  
 
Reminder: this season we have our own new and improved chat room at chat.fringetelevision.com

Come join the fun, and don't forget to enter our Watch Fringe LIVE And Win Contest tonight!

"Watch Fringe Live And Win!" Contest #6

      Email Post       11/11/2011 04:00:00 PM      

Tonight is the sixth week of our "Watch Fringe Live and Win!" contest, which rewards fans who watch Fringe live!

This week's winner will get their choice from the remaining Fringe prizes.

To enter for your chance to win:
  1. Watch Fringe Live!
     
  2. Go to the @FringeTV twitter page at https://twitter.com/#!/FringeTV and click the follow button.
     
  3. Post the following messages as a tweet: 

    I entered
    the @FringeTV "Watch Fringe Live And Win!" contest at http://bit.ly/WatchFringeLive #Fringe #AndThoseWeLeftBehind
Read the complete rules after the break:

FRINGE - Noble Intentions: "Novation"

      Email Post       11/11/2011 07:59:00 AM      

In the latest interview in this series John Noble talks about his relationship with Nina in the new timeline.



It is an interesting dynamic in this new timeline. Noble discusses Walter's misplaced feelings of blame on Nina due to the drowning death of RedVerse Peter and the guilt associated with that. He also talks about the joys of working with Blair Brown and speculates as to Nina's motivations in asking Walter to embrace the adult Peter that has shown up in the Season 4 Time Line.
 
Noble has always found Nina a mysterious character and ponders if she is up to no good.

"Watch Fringe Live And Win" Contest Winner #5

      Email Post       11/10/2011 03:34:00 PM      


Congratulations to Pam C. of Boston, MA, last week's winner of a Black Fringe T-Shirt in the Watch Fringe Live And Win! contest that we have here every week on Fringe Fridays.

The current list of remaining prizes includes:
  • 4 Black "Fringe" T-shirts (size M only)
  • 1 Gray "Save Peter" T-shirt (size L only)
  • 5 Fringe "Lenticular" notebooks (cover change between Walter/Olivia and Walternate/Fauxlivia)
  • 5 Fringe Travel Mugs
  • 5 Fringe LED flashlight keychains
  • 2 Fringe mousepads
  • 1 Fringe Season 3 DVD set
Don't forget to Watch Fringe LIVE this Friday, and come back here Friday night to enter for your chance to win!

Review of Fringe: Novation

      Email Post       11/09/2011 02:47:00 AM      


“Why am I here? How am I back?”

Having been woefully sick for a woeful amount of time, I find myself in an odd situation as I review this episode: I am asking myself what I remember, five days after having watched it. (And having watched it in a Theraflu-induced haze.) What sticks with me most is the sensation of the enormous risk the creative minds behind Fringe took by “renovating” their show in the manner they have.

'Fringe' Makes People's Choice Awards Nominees' List

      Email Post       11/08/2011 10:10:00 PM      


The nominees' list is now posted for the 2012 People's Chocie Awards, and Fringe has made it.
Voting is now open for nominees until December 6th. The show will air January 11, 2012.

Use the link below and vote for Fringe for "Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show."

See the entire list of People's Choice Awards Nominees and vote for Fringe here.

New FOX Promotional Video-"Bishop Is Back"

      Email Post       11/08/2011 07:50:00 AM      


Here's a new promotional video that FOX Broadcasting posted on YouTube yesterday.
This one's for all you Polivia fans.

UPDATE: Here are some screenshots from this video that have been uploaded to FringeFiles.com.

Commercials From Fringe Episode "Novation"

      Email Post       11/07/2011 04:03:00 PM      



This is a compilation of all the commercials shown during the Fringe episode "Novation", excluding local and Fox ads.

I was inspired to create this by BirdAndBear's post on overcoming Nielsen invisibility.

Please take a moment to thank the sponsors of Fringe, by either purchasing thier products, or saying thanks on their Twitter accounts. Here is a list of the sponsors shown in the video above, with links to their twitter accounts.

Fringe Observiews 4.05 Novation

      Email Post       11/07/2011 02:19:00 PM      



Welcome to the Observiews for Season 4 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews.

Screen caps are taken from fringefiles.com

All observations are mine and therefore could be totally off the wall and/or wrong. I have not read or looked at any recaps or reviews. I could also have missed a few things, oh well…

3.14 6B
OLIVIA: “I don’t really know what to say.”

Fringe Photos: Screenshots From "Novation"

      Email Post       11/07/2011 01:51:00 PM      



HD screenshots of Fringe episode "Novation" are now available at FringeFiles.com.

These screen caps have all been randomly selected, so if there's something that might be missing, you can request a specific Fringe screenshot in these comments.

Promotional photos for "Novation" are also available at FringeFiles.com.

Fringe Episode Review - 4.05: Novation

      Email Post       11/06/2011 12:22:00 PM      

The Other Side of the Coin

So it begins.

The road back.  But is it the right road?

The Lost Son Returns?


Peter is back in play on the show but this is no homecoming.  This is a timeline where Peter never existed beyond his childhood.  A timeline which could be argued to be the correct one.  If Walter had not crossed over to the other side then the natural course of events would have been that Peter would have not grown up in our universe.  And maybe not in the RedVerse as well depending on the Observers.

Fringe Sneak Peek 406 "And Those We've Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/05/2011 01:26:00 PM      


Here's the first sneak peek for next week episode of FRINGE.

Fringe 406 Preview: "And Those We Left Behind"

      Email Post       11/04/2011 11:08:00 PM      




Here is the preview from the end of "Novation" for the Fringe episode "And Those We Left Behind", which airs on FRIDAY, November 11th at 9:00PM on FOX.

Head over to the FringeTelevision YouTube channel (and click the "pop out" button) to watch it in full-sized HD.

Screenshots from this preview can be viewed at FringeFiles.com.

Fringe Easter Eggs: Observer in "Novation"

      Email Post       11/04/2011 10:37:00 PM      


The Observer makes an appearance in every Fringe episode. In the Fringe episode "Novation", he can be spotted outside the house of the late Karen Truss, just as Olivia arrives on the scene.

You can see all of the other appearances of the Observer here.
 

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