The 8 Most Important Episodes of Fringe

      Email Post       11/30/2012 11:33:00 PM      

As we soon enter the last stretch of our beloved series let's take a look at what I believe are the most important episodes. Actually, I tweeted this list to executive producer, Joel Wyman, months ago, and shortly after he gave me a one word reply-"Perfect."

Before I list what I believe are the 8 most important episodes of Fringe let me just say that I like all of them,
and this list was not necessarily easy to compile. I am sure there are many fans reading this that will have a list different from mine.

Every day for the next 8 days I will post an episode here with a review and a comment on why I believe this episode is so important to the series. For those of you fairly new to Fringe think of this as a sort of 'Cliff Notes' for Fringe.


THE PILOT EPISODE, or Fringe 101(Note:I wrote this review after Season 3 aired)

Do you remember the first time you watched the pilot? I do. I remember being totally engrossed in it, especially being grossed out by the co-pilot's jaw falling off on Flight 627. Those poor people!

I also remember a strong sense of wanting to know more about these incredibly dysfunctional people named Walter Bishop, Peter Bishop, and Olivia Dunham, and where they were headed.

I wanted to know why any woman would agree to have a nasty-looking probe shoved into her neck, and a cocktail of drugs shoved into her vein, and lie naked in a rusty deprivation tank.

Peter told Olivia, "I hope your guy is worth it," and I was thinking the same thing.

This is where our endless list of Fringe-related questions started, such as:
How did Walter end up in St. Claire's?
Why is Walter so worried about Peter's physical state?
What in the world did John Scott's last words mean?
Why did John Scott murder Richard Steig?
Who else is John Scott work for?
And why did John Scott try to run Olivia off the road for Pete's sake?
Was that Morse Code the streelight was flashing? Don't they know Morse Code works best as audio?
What is The Pattern that Nina Sharp refers to?
Broyles tells Olivia "We're impressed." Who's "we"?
How can Nina Sharp's Massive Dynamic people question John Scott who's been dead for 5 hours?
What does the man's voice say while Olivia is staring at her uncle's kyak that reads "Zeno?" (It sounds like "Zeno sink." Definitely not "heat sink." But still...could be a reference to the heat sink machine we see for the first time in "Over There:Part 2.")

And as Peter Bishop says, "What happened on that plane is just the beginning."

This episode, written by JJ Arams, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci, is extremely well-written, and got me immediately and hopelessly hooked on 'Fringe.'

Other Notable Stuff From The Pilot:
John Scott tells Liv he loves her but she doesn't reply, but for different reasons than Peter's not replying in 'The Day We Died."

Did you notice Olivia's cut on her forehead is similar to Peter's when he wakes up in 3.21, "The Last Sam Weiss?"

"So you're saying my father was Dr. Frankenstein?" Well, Peter does look like Frankenstein's monster when he wakes up in 3.21!

"Excellent. Let's make some LSD!" We learn quickly that Walter Bishop is fond of his homemade drugs. And of course, LSD takes on a much bigger role in 2.04 and 3.19. (I hope 4.19 will be another hallucinogenic episode-mushrooms maybe?)

"I still think that this is deeply irresponsible. And believe me, I would know." The scene where Peter is putting the electrodes on Olivia's chest, these words, and his voice? The very first of many sexy P/O scenes in Fringe.

Walter to Olivia: "You lose being trusted. Strange how important that is once it's gone."
Now that we've seen 3.22 it gives a new perspective to these words.

There's a tombstone in the graveyard of Liv's mind that reads "He's not dead."
We learned in Season 2 that probably meant Peter. Now it probably has a double meaning, that the Peter we've known through all 3 seasons, is not dead. I often wonder if it also means AlternateBell is not dead(and our Dr. Bell, for that matter!). Bell told us in "Over There:Part 2" that Alternate Bell died in a car accident as a young man, but can we believe that?

We get our first look at Nina Sharp here, in charge of Massive Dynamic. She's blunt, cocky, and obviously withholding information.

I am still fascinated today with the Peter Bishop job bio Olivia reads on the way to Iraq:
wildland fireman, congo pilot, college professor. We learn in "Inner Child" that he also swept the floor in a meat-packing plant. Like Massive Dynamic, what didn't he do? I really hope we get to see him pilot a big plane, like the C-130 transport plane he requisitioned but was refused in 2.02, later in this series.

Why Episode 1.01 is on the 8 most important episodes list:
Every television series needs a starting point. An opportunity for us to meet the main characters and get a sense of what the show will be about. And in a show that has to date essentially 5 different starting points, ie. the season premieres of all 5 Seasons, it is especially important to have a well-written point of origin.
And just as Walter wrapped one edge of the paper around to meet the other edge in his demonstration to Peter and Olivia of how Dr. Peck bent time in 'White Tulip,' will the end of the Fringe series possibly wrap back around to this pilot episode? Only time will tell!







The Fringe Podcast Episode 515-Feedback For "Five-Twenty-Ten"

      Email Post       11/21/2012 09:12:00 PM      



In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we share some of the listener feedback that we received for the Fringe season 5 episode, "Five-Twenty-Ten." We hear several theories about Peter including some that he will become September, and others predicting he will become Windmark. We also hear various thoughts on the RESIST posters and who might be putting them up. Other theories and thoughts shared in this podcast deal with Walter's transformation, Olivia's role this season, the identity of Donald, and how Peter might be playing right in to Windmark's plan.

We received a ton of amazing feedback from the listeners and we appreciate all the contributions that were sent in. Send in your thoughts, theories and feedback by calling our voice feedback line at 304-837-2278 or email us at feedback@thefringepodcast.com.



Fringe Observiews 5.07 Five-Twenty-Ten

      Email Post       11/21/2012 08:49:00 PM      

Welcome to the Observiews for Season 5 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews, if that makes sense.
Screen caps from this episode are taken from fringefiles.com. Dialog is from fringepedia.net.

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…

3.03 The Plateau
SECRETARY BISHOP: "Over time, she will reach a plateau, and her new identity will become fixed."

My consolation with this statement is that it didn't work. Olivia knew who she was, partly because of Peter's projection in her mind. Will there be help for Peter as...

FRiNGEcasting podcast for ep 507 Five-Twenty-Ten

      Email Post       11/21/2012 11:35:00 AM      

FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast: 

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The Fringe Podcast Episode 514-”Five-Twenty-Ten”

      Email Post       11/18/2012 09:59:00 PM      



In episode 514 of The Fringe Podcast we review the season 5 Fringe episode entitled, "5-20-10." We discuss Peter's behavior and the physical changes he is experiencing, talk about other Fringe episodes that tie in to this one, and we share our thoughts on the insight we gained about William Bell and the beacons. We also talk about the return of Nina Sharp, Walter's desire to have portions of his brain removed, the relationship between Olivia and Peter, and a whole lot more!

This episode contains TWO BONUSES!! First, we had the privilege of speaking to Debbie Myers, the GM of Science Channel. She shares some of the original content they will be producing to go along with the Fringe as they begin showing Fringe season 1 this week. Secondly, we reveal the contest winners for our Bridge the Backstory contest! Congrats to the winners.

Thanks to everyone that sent in feedback for this episode. Send in your feedback and theories to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.



Fringe Review: Five-Twenty-Ten

      Email Post       11/17/2012 05:19:00 AM      


“The world’s not going to save itself.”

The legend of Faust tells of a man who sells his soul to the devil for knowledge, experience, and power. All the pleasure that brings him is not enough, though. In Marlowe’s version, Faustus attempts to re-negotiate his contract, screaming “I’ll burn my books!” as he is dragged in to hell. Faced with the spiritual knowledge of his own eternal damnation, Faustus realizes that his intellectual knowledge was not a fair trade, and for the first time understands that the simplest fact—of divine love and salvation—passed him by all those years ago.

Fringe Will Return In Three Weeks

      Email Post       11/16/2012 11:25:00 PM      


Fringe will be taking a 3-week break for Thanksgiving and college football, but will return with 3 all-new episodes, starting with "The Human Kind" on FRIDAY, December 7th at 9:00PM .

Fringe 508 Preview: "The Human Kind"

      Email Post       11/16/2012 10:33:00 PM      



Here is the preview from the end of "Five-Twenty-Ten" for the Fringe episode "The Human Kind", which airs on FRIDAY, December 7th at 9:00PM on FOX.

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

Fringe Episode 507: "Five-Twenty-Ten"

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



Happy Fringe Friday!
GAME-CHANGING FRINGE EVENTS OCCUR
As the fight for the future intensifies, a member of the Fringe team orchestrates a Fringe event of his own.
During tonight's season premiere episode, help promote Fringe by tweeting about the episode using this week's hashmark #IPredict (Wait until 8pm, and don't use any other #hashtags! - plus please add the word Fringe (without a #) into your tweet.)

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Fringe Noble Intentions: "Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There"

      Email Post       11/16/2012 06:50:00 PM      



John Noble discusses the dilemma Walter faces as he struggles with his personality, in this latest episode of Noble Intentions, for the Fringe season 5 episode "Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There".

Fringe Interview: The Return of...?

      Email Post       11/16/2012 09:39:00 AM      


John Noble and Anna Torv discuss the return of _____ ?

Even the title of this new interview video is a *little* spoilery, so if you are avoiding all spoilers, you may want to wait to watch this until after you watch tonight's episode.

Fringe editor Ari Margolis (@jonxproductions) rates it "MS", for "Mild Spoilers"

You can watch the video after the break...

FRiNGEcasting podcast for ep 506 "Looking Glass"

      Email Post       11/15/2012 11:34:00 PM      

FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast: 

Listen here for episode #109 of the FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast! Wayne and Dan give their reactions and theories for FRiNGE 506 "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There", and share some more excellent feedback from the FRiNGEcasting listener community.

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Fringe Observiews 5.06 Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/15/2012 12:20:00 AM      

Welcome to the Observiews for Season 5 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews, if that makes sense.
Screen caps from this episode are taken from fringefiles.com. Dialog is from fringepedia.net.

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…

3.11 Reciprocity
WALTER: "... Every relationship is reciprocal, Peter. When you touch something, it touches you. You're changing, son. When you touched the machine, it changed you. It weaponized you."

That was true for Peter's connection with machine and it is true now. Except this time no one on the team knows yet what Peter did and what the consequences will be.

The Fringe Podcast Episode 513-Feedback For Through The Looking Glass and What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/14/2012 11:41:00 PM      



In episode 513 of The Fringe Podcast we share some of the listener feedback we received for the Fringe season 5 episode titles, "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There." We received several comments about the identity of Donald and the Observer Boy. We also received various thoughts on Peter's condition and the Observer-like traits the he demonstrated, including possible clues to his ability to read minds. Also, many listeners are concerned that there does not seem to be a happy ending in sight and give their opinions on how the show might end. Our Twinge question gets the listener's perspective on the Observer boy and how he fits into the plan.

Send in your feedback and theories to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.

Older episodes of The Fringe Podcast on The Fringe Podcast Network can be found here, or the entire episode collection of The Fringe Podcast can be found here.



Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast - 5.06 Review

      Email Post       11/14/2012 06:00:00 PM      


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

Hey everybody!  Fringe is back and so are we!!!!  Woohoo!  Time to talk some Fringe.

Joining us is special guest:

Jesse Jackson from the FarScape - Scaper Chronicles & Castle - Storming The Castle Podcast






Downloadable MP3 version


Intro Music: Intro - 'Lunatic Fringe' - Tom Cochrane


Outro Music: for Olivia Reaching Out To Peter - 'On The Loose' - Saga


Observer Talk - Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/14/2012 02:04:00 PM      

During the latest fantastic episode of Fringe there was nothing for us to translate, although we did see Windmark writing in another notebook.

Do the observers distrust technology when writing, or do their implants automatically record what they write and store it online in the big oberver collective database ?

There is something from the episode that I think needs a little discussion.

Fringe 5.06 - Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/12/2012 02:48:00 PM      


Peter! You Got Some ‘Splaining To Do!

‘It’s just a jump to the left.  And then a step to the riiiight!

Rocky Horror Picture Show

~~~

"When you feel like this I want you to tell me."

Olivia To Peter

~~~

“You have made a grave mistake.”

Unnamed Observer to Peter

~~~

"I'm losing the man you helped me become Peter."

Walter to Peter
~~~

Escher's Relativity - Pocket Universe?

Review: Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/12/2012 03:19:00 AM      


“You will notice that things work differently here.”

Have you read House of Leaves? If you have, this episode likely made your head spin. (If you haven’t, I’ll bet you enjoyed it anyway.) House of Leaves is a complicated book about a photographer who moves into a house that gives him access to…a place…sorta…and then there’s different sized fonts and various unreliable narrators whose timelines don’t match up. There are diary entries, transcribed videos, and more. It is thoughtfully postmodern, but also surreal enough to evoke a thrill. And so was “Through the Looking Glass…”

The Fringe Podcast Episode 512-Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There

      Email Post       11/11/2012 08:46:00 PM      



In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we discuss our thoughts on the Fringe season 5 episode titled, "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There." We talk about the new Observer-like abilities that Peter demonstrated in this episode and what that might tell us about his future. We also discuss the reappearance of "creepy bald kid" that we last saw in the season 1 episode, "Inner Child." We throw around a few thoughts on Donald, new behavior that we noticed from Windmark, and the conversation between Walter and Peter at the end of the episode. We also talk about the unique style of this episode and the wonderful job done by director, Jon Cassar.

Don't forget to vote EVERY DAY between November 1 and November 15 for the 2012 Podcast Awards. The Fringe Podcast is a finalist in the Best Produced and Entertainment Categories! Visit www.PodcastAwards.com to vote!

Send in your feedback and theories to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.

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Fringe 507 Preview: "Five-Twenty-Ten"

      Email Post       11/09/2012 10:50:00 PM      


Here is the preview from the end of "Through The Looking Glass And What Walter Found There" for the Fringe episode "Five-Twenty-Ten", which airs on FRIDAY, November 16th at 9:00PM on FOX.

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

Fringe Glyph Code 507: "Five-Twenty-Ten"

      Email Post       11/09/2012 10:43:00 PM      


The Glyphs code in the Fringe episode "Five-Twenty-Ten" spelled out TRUST, like how Olivia can't trust Peter, or Walter can't trust himself.

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

Fringe Episode 506: "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There"

      Email Post       11/09/2012 06:45:00 PM      



Happy Fringe Friday!
A KEY PIECE NEEDED TO DEFEAT THE OBSERVERS IS UNCOVERED
A Fringe team member takes on a new role, and Walter follows leads to a key piece needed in the battle against the Observers.
During tonight's season premiere episode, help promote Fringe by tweeting about the episode using this week's hashmark #NothingIsImpossible (Wait until 8pm, and don't use any other #hashtags! - plus please add the word Fringe (without a #) into your tweet.)

While you are on Twitter, keep your eye out for live tweeting by:
Also, don't forget to check OUT our LIVE Fringe Chat Room, and check-IN to Fringe at GetGlue to get this week's Fringe sticker.

After the episode airs, continue the discussion here in the comments, and get more Fringe information at the:
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Fringe Interview: Joshua Jackson is "A Better Man"

      Email Post       11/08/2012 10:43:00 AM      

This Joshua Jackson interview lays out Peter's arc going forward pretty clearly so if you don't want to spoiled I would recommend waiting until after Friday's episode airs.

Fringe editor Ari Margolis recommends that you don't watch:
Going to step on my #Fringe soapbox one more time... As the final few episodes are filmed, stay away from any [spoilers]!!! I know it's tempting but I think you'll enjoy the experience more if you go into it un-spoiled! Just my two cents. And as always... #WatchItLive #Fringe
But if you are weak like me, the truth is but a click away.

The Fringe Podcast Episode 511-Feedback For An Origin Story

      Email Post       11/07/2012 11:49:00 PM      



In episode 511 of The Fringe Podcast we share some of the listener feedback we receive for the Frige season 5 episode, “An Origin Story.” We hear from some listeners who are unfulfilled by the season, and others who are loving each episode more as the season progresses. We discuss possible outcomes for the series finale and whether or not we’ll figure out what will happen or if the writers will surprise us with something even better. We hear various thoughts on the death of Etta, Peter’s decision to put the Observer tech into his head, and if Peter has now become the first Observer.

Don't forget to vote EVERY DAY between November 1 and November for the 2012 Podcast Awards. The Fringe Podcast is a finalist in the Best Produced and Entertainment Categories! Here are some links to add a daily reminder to your computer or smartphone calendar. Visit www.PodcastAwards.com to vote!



We received a LOT of amazing feedback for this episode, much of it from first time callers or contributors! Thanks to EVERYONE that sent in feedback for this episode. Send in your feedback and theories to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.

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Fringe Observiews 5.05 An Origin Story

      Email Post       11/07/2012 11:24:00 PM      

Welcome to the Observiews for Season 5 of Fringe. I call them Observiews because they are more visual observations than deep thinking reviews, if that makes sense.
Screen caps from this episode are taken from fringefiles.com. Dialog is from fringepedia.net.

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…

1.10 Safe
WALTER: "Think back 20 years - imagine yourself then, imagining yourself now - 20 years into the future. In your wildest imagination, could you ever think you'd be here?"

I don't think they could have imagined then where they would be now. 

4.21 Brave New World Part 1
WILLIAM BELL: "Since the last move... about twenty years. In this game, the skill one must have above all else is patience. The board changes, but very slowly. The art of chess -- the art -- is knowing when a piece is most valuable, and then, in that very moment, being willing to sacrifice it. For in the vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious, opportunity abounds, influence is maximized, and desire becomes destiny. For example, on this board, the most valuable piece is the Bishop. Therefore, for the game to be won..."
DAVID JONES: "...the Bishop must be sacrificed."

This piece of dialog is right in more than one ways. 
- Since the last move... about twenty years
The team was in amber for about 20 years and nothing had been done. I'm talking about the original Fringe team and I'm not dismissing Etta's efforts and successes at all. 
-For in the vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious
Etta is gone
- desire becomes destiny
now the fight is really on.
- the most valuable piece is the Bishop
That was Etta because of her connections to the Resistance. It is Peter because of his determination and actions taken in this episode. It is Olivia because she wants the same as Peter. It is Walter because he has the plan. 
- the Bishop must be sacrificed
Etta already sacrificed herself. But I'm afraid there will be more out of the Bishop family (Peter, Walter or Olivia) who could meet that same demise. 
But I'm getting episodes ahead of myself...

FRINGE - Sneak Peek 1 - 5.06 Hologram of Etta

      Email Post       11/07/2012 09:08:00 PM      

 Hologram of Etta from "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There"





Sniffles on my part.  How about you?

Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast - 5.05 Review

      Email Post       11/05/2012 10:02:00 PM      


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

Hey everybody!  Fringe is back and so are we!!!!  Woohoo!  Time to talk some Fringe.

Joining us are special guests:

Karen Lindsay from the FarScape - Scaper Chronicles & Castle - Storming The Castle Podcast




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Intro Music: Intro - 'Lunatic Fringe' - Tom Cochrane


 Agenda:

1) Intros
2) Quick Thoughts 
3) RoundTable 
4) Ep Rating - out of 10 Genes



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Observer Talk - An Origin Story

      Email Post       11/05/2012 06:51:00 PM      

This week I think we got only the second on screen attempt to decode the observer language, the first being way back in season 1.

However as usual this new notebook contains yet more different symbols, Astrid's epiphany explanation is that the symbols may have multiple meanings and one symbol may represent different English letters depending on your perception. So it is most probable that there are multiple observer character sets that translate to the same English letter.

Fringe Review/Analysis 5 x 05: What We Now Know… and Don’t

      Email Post       11/05/2012 06:12:00 AM      



“More human than human" is our motto. -Dr. Eldon Tyrell, Blade Runner


It was a rough week waiting to see our characters react to the loss of Etta. The Bullet that Saved the World was discussed far and wide right up until Friday night’s airing of An Origin Story. This episode had me even more excited.

As the first act opens, I can’t help but think that this is something that a father should never have to do—pack up the belongings of a deceased child. Sadly, he is not the only Bishop man who has experienced it. At least his counterpart from this universe had a memorial; a gravestone; a physical place for Walter to visit and reflect. All he has left now of his dear child are pictures and a few personal effects. He picks up Etta's identification badge for Fringe Division with a shaky reverence, a sense of great pride swelling the shattered pieces of his heart.


The Fringe Podcast Episode 510-An Origin Story

      Email Post       11/04/2012 11:21:00 PM      



In episode 510 of The Fringe Podcast we break down the season 5 episode, “An Origin Story.” We talk about Peter’s action’s at the end of the episode and whether or not this will cause him to become an observer, we talk about the drastically different ways that Peter and Olivia are dealing with the same situation, and we share our thoughts on several parallels we saw between this episode and episodes from previous seasons. We also talk about the brilliant writing, music, and acting in this episode and how this episode might just go down as one of the all time great Fringe episodes. We also talked about more Blade Runner tie-ins and Clint tells us how Peter’s eye movement test is used in the real world.

Don't forget to vote EVERY DAY between November 1 and November for the 2012 Podcast Awards. The Fringe Podcast is a finalist in the Best Produced and Entertainment Categories! Here are some links to add a daily reminder to your computer or smartphone calendar. Visit www.PodcastAwards.com to vote!



Send in your feedback and theories to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.

Older episodes of The Fringe Podcast on The Fringe Podcast Network can be found here, or the entire episode collection of The Fringe Podcast can be found here.



 

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