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Fringe Episode 507: "Five-Twenty-Ten"

      Email Post       11/16/2012 09:22:00 PM      

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As the fight for the future intensifies, a member of the Fringe team orchestrates a Fringe event of his own.
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How do you rate the Fringe episode "Five-Twenty-Ten"?


Anonymous said...

During the scene with Peter and Olivia where Peter finally tells her he implanted the Observer chip in himself, I started to have a very strong feeling that Peter will become September… or was Septemeber. However you wish to look at it.

Zepp said...

Go to the ultimate consequences. Peter was so inconsequential, to go to the ultimate consequences, which became in its own consequence. He even created his "other self", it's just that this other, is something totally unknown even to him. Peter soon begin to wonder, "what am I?" At least for me, it was my main reference point for everything that happened and that changed drastically in Fringe. From Baghdad Peter went through several situations, crossed universes, ceased to exist, connected at the machine, would the future, attending the funeral of Olivia, returning to the present, was a pocket universe, came back to real life ... That is, everyone and everything changed around him, but he followed the firm being the same guy, always the same, no apparent change. But it also now changed ...

Watching this dense and excellent episode 5.07, I feel that now unknown, Peter, is the main reference point for everything that happens now in Fringe. While most other Fringe team, fighting for the good of all others, see, that Peter, sacrificed themselves in the name of a strictly personal struggle, ie avenge the death of their daughter Etta. Walter, Olivia and Astrid, now revolve around him, and even some elements of the resistance, also revolve around you. Peter is now commanding all and sundry, and his Windmark against Baldies. Is it really another Peter we have there, no doubt. Besides, it also has the danger no longer have your own self, then the "spell could turn against the magician," I think. If all that is now happening with Peter, will be good or bad, I have no idea or prognosis in this regard. The only certainty I have is that all this is Fringe, which is getting better!

Unknown said...

I have to agree with Zepp. I’ve always been a fan of Fringe, and it seems that Peter has the power to make or break the plot going into these final episodes. Most of my friends that work with me at DISH think that 5 seasons is the perfect amount for us all to appreciate the show. Personally, I’ll get nostalgic for the show once it’s over, so I’m saving every episode from this final season to my DISH Hopper. It’s nice to have a DVR with a 2TB hard drive to let me save my lineup and an entire season of a show just for moments of nostalgia. Cheers to a great show on its final moments.

milostanfield said...

@ Wade Wilson

Will you marketing punks stop using this site to shill your crappy products? You didn't even read Zepp's comments. DISH sucks and the Hopper should be dumped in a hopper.

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