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Fringe Glyph Code 504: "The Bullet That Saved the World"

      Email Post       10/26/2012 10:10:00 PM      

The Glyphs code in the Fringe episode "The Bullet That Saved the World" spelled out WOUND, like the gunshot wound received by Widmark.

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


Cerece Rennie Murphy said...

I don't think that the Wound refers to Windmark at all. I think it refers to what has been left behind. Absolutely Brilliant episode.

milostanfield said...

Wounds. Some heal. Some won't. Some can't. The son of the father who lost his son twice then miraculously got him back has now lost his daughter twice after miraculously getting her back. When Peter returned early in Season 4, we shared his point of view because of the knowledge of the past we shared with him. This time it is shared pain. By giving the Bishops (and us) Etta for only five episodes then yanking her away, the writers have put us right there with them.

It's been a short long time between "the Ride" at the end of "Recordist" to this. This is not gonna be a Mission Impossible caper. This ride is gonna be bumpy, and the road perhaps impassable. I couldn't rewatch "Marionette" for a week after that garden scene (gee, thanks again Alison Schapker), but was able to drag myself back to this one.

I really feel for Peter. At least Olivia made some temporary peace by telling Etta how much she loved her before she died. Peter was reeling with shock and had to be dragged away. He's been such a rock so that was painful to watch. And judging from the preview, I don't know if Olivia can be there for him, or he for her. They both took a terrible hit. I've never watched a show where I cared about the characters so much. It may come down to Walter to hold this thing together and stay on mission. We know how ruthless he can be when he needs to.

There are two rays. 1) - Broyles can't be read and he's on our side. It came just moments before the low point, but the high point for me was when he looked at Olivia and said "Agent Dunham". Hearing those words from that voice brought all of the past back in one rush. Have to admit missing a few beats after that. Problem with the eyes. And 2) - miraculously, almost absurdly, we still have the lab thanks to some quick thinking by Olivia. And our very own lab rat crawling through a maze of ducts in a lab inside a lab. Only she's packing heat. Remember John and Yoko from "Wallflower"? Now A____ is our invisible Yoko. And like any tool, a laser can also be a weapon.

Anonymous said...

Please bring Etta back! :(

fringehead said...

RIP will be missed... :o(
Here's to Peter and Olivia getting massive revenge on those bald bastards by hurting them as much as possible...(funny how much I care about these "people" - it shows how great the writing and acting on Fringe truly is).
Oh how I LOVE this show - one of the best on TV, and I still cannot believe it's getting the axe. I appreciate the 5 seasons, but 7 or 8 FULL seasons (ie, 22 episode worth of shows) would have been much more satisfying. I really missed seeing Broyles, and want to see Nina and all the wonderful characters that have populated the show over these past 5 seasons. Anyway....brilliant, taut, action-packed episode last night. One of the best episodes I've seen. John Noble does more in a few seconds with his pained facial expressions, than most leading actors attempt to do in an hour. So, only 9 episodes left?? Noooooo... but if they are all as good as "The Bullet That Saved the World" it will be a spectacular final nine.

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