Fringe Benefits Project: "White Tulip" - Second Chance

      Email Post       1/31/2013 03:37:00 PM      

Your second chance to buy the first poster from the Fringe Benefits Project is coming soon!

Anthony Petrie tweeted today that he will have "a few" AP copies (artist proof) of "White Tulip" available for sale "soon" for $30 + shipping, most likely at

If you are interested, be sure to follow @zombiebacons on Twitter.

Also, keep an eye on our twitter as well @FringeTV - we'll let you know when they are available as soon as we hear anything.

UPDATE: Eleven posters are available for sale right now at

UPDATE 2: The posters have sold out! Stay tuned for another poster drop tomorrow.

Pre-order Fringe Season 5

      Email Post       1/30/2013 01:23:00 PM      

"The Complete Fifth And Final Season of Fringe" is now avaiable for Pre-order on for the release date is May 7, 2013.

The DVD version is currently priced at $27.99 (list price $39.98) and the Blu-ray version is $34.99 (list price $49.99) - but with Amazon's "Pre-order Price Guarantee", if the price decreases between your order time and the end of the day of the release date, you'll receive the lowest price automatically, , and you don't get charged until it ships!

Either edition will qualify for free shipping, and Amazon generally ships DVDs and Blu-rays early, so you can get them on the release date.

Also, if you join Amazon Prime, you can watch Fringe Season 1, 2, 3, and 4 for FREE using Amazon Instant Video, plus you get:

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Fringe: "Thank You" Cast Video

      Email Post       1/30/2013 12:39:00 PM      

Joshua Jackson, Blair Brown, Lance Reddick, Jasika Nicole, Anna Torv, and John Noble thank the Fringe fans for all their support.

Fringe Benefits Project - Last Chance

      Email Post       1/29/2013 01:59:00 PM      

If you were thinking of obtaining one of the few remaining Fringe Benefits Project posters then time has nearly run out.

As you can see from this tweet by @Galleries1988 you will only be able to purchase up until the end of the day today.

To purchase go to the and click on the image of the poster you want to buy.

Remember all proceeds from the sale of these posters will go to the Mission Continues charity.

The Fringe Podcast Episode 528-Interview With the Authors of September’s Notebook

      Email Post       1/27/2013 10:50:00 PM      

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we bring you our exclusive interview with the authors of September's Notbook: The Bishop Paradox, Tara Bennett and Paul Terry. Tara and Paul share how the project got started, how involved executive producers Joel Wyman and Jeff Pinkner were with the the project, and how the folks at Warner Brothers and even JJ Abrams got involved with the book. They reveal how the book is structured and tease some of the insights to be discovered within its pages.

The authors also tell us about their experiences with Fringe fans, how they hid easter eggs to the fans in the book, and how the Fringe fandom has forever changed the television landscape. Tara and Paul also spend a few minutes telling us about their thoughts on the Fringe finale and how it lined up with the larger story of Fringe.

September's Notebook: The Bishop Paradox goes on sale no later than March 12. Pre-order your copy today via our Amazon affiliate link.

Connect with Tara Bennet on Twitter at @TaraDBennet or her website at Connect with Paul Terry on Twitter at @PTProjects or his website at

Fringe Finale Review for 5.12 & 5.13 - 'Deus Ex Michaelna'

      Email Post       1/26/2013 02:09:00 PM      

Deus Ex Michaelna

Fauxlivia - ‘Stop checking out my young ass.’
Walter, ‘ It’s a beautiful name - Astrid.’
Walter, ‘You have always been my favorite thing, son.’
Donald to December, ‘You can change destiny.  If you have the will to change it.  It may require sacrifice.’

The Fringe Series Finale:

1) Emotionally Satisfying.
2) Mythologically Satisfying.
3) Narrative Ninja.

'That is cool!'

A tip of the Fringe Fedora to everyone connected with the Fringe show.  They invoked one of those pat phrases that make fans cringe whenever such platitudes are uttered - this season will be a love letter to the fans - pulled it off and made it a first class delivery.

Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interview Gary Pullin

      Email Post       1/26/2013 10:57:00 AM      

The fifth in our series of Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interviews is with "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin who created the poster for Episode 1.13 - The Transformation.

Q - Mr. Jensen Karp is the mastermind behind Gallery 1988 and The Fringe Benefits Project. When did he contact you about participating in the series? How much advance notice/working time did you have? Especially as the episodes were voted for by the fans of the show.

A - Back in December I got an email from Jensen asking if I liked Fringe. I'll be honest, living the freelance life hasn't opened up a lot of time for TV so I had only seen a few episodes but thought it was an awesome show. In fact, a lot of it was filmed in an old church just steps away from my home here in Toronto. When he sent me the episode "The Transformation" how could I resist, it had a great monster and I knew I wanted in on the project.

Q - If you had the chance to create another print in this series what moment would you have chosen?

FINALE! Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast: Episode 5.12 & 5.13 Review

      Email Post       1/25/2013 12:19:00 AM      

Our last podcast.    

This is it everyone - the finale podcast.

Remember to grab that FBI Bingo card and play along!  See how many slots we fill.

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.

Joining us this time is special guest:

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


Downloadable MP3 version

Intro Music: 'Out Of The Blue' - Time Machine - Alan Parsons Project

Outro Music: 'Time Together' - Carol Burnett

Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast Play Along Bingo Card!

      Email Post       1/23/2013 10:53:00 PM      

Our Fringe Benefits Inc podcast episode review for the Fringe finale will be up - appropriately enough - this Friday.

And YOU can join in on the fun with our very own Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast Bingo Card!

Whipped together by our very own graphics guru - Frea_O!

Listen along starting this Friday and keep score!  See how many squares we manage to cover off.

PS - Physics! is an alternative for the free center square.  ;)

FRiNGEcasting podcast for ep 512 and 513 Series Finale

      Email Post       1/23/2013 09:15:00 AM      

FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast: 

Listen here for episode #115 of the FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast! Wayne and Dan discuss the FRiNGE Series Finale 512 and 513 "Liberty" and "Enemy of Fate", and share a ton of excellent listener feedback from the FRiNGEcasting listener community.

Listener feedback voicemail: Call (904) 469-7469 or use the voicemail button at

If your business or website needs voice-overs, I'd love the opportunity to work with you! Details at

Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interview - Anthony Petrie

      Email Post       1/22/2013 01:33:00 PM      

The next in our series of Fringe Benefits Project artist interviews is with Anthony Petrie the creator of the first poster in the series for episode 2.18 White Tulip.

Q - If you had the chance to create another print in this series what moment would you have chosen?

I loved the creature from the episode "Unleashed," it would have been a lot of fun to draw.

Q - Were you restricted/instructed in anyway?

No, we were allowed to depict the episode however we felt was most appropriate.

UPDATE WINNERS PICKED! Fringe Contest: Smart Pop Books 'Fringe Science'

      Email Post       1/22/2013 11:34:00 AM      

Thanks to everyone that entered - great answers all.

The decision was difficult and here are the two winners:

1) Angela Drefcinski


2) W. White

Please contact me at the following email address:

olddarth at yahoo dot ca

and I'll pass along your mailing information to have the book sent to you.


Fringe Observiews 5.11 The Boy Must Live

      Email Post       1/21/2013 11:40:00 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 Dialog is from

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…

5.01 Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11
CAPTAIN WINDMARK: "Ah, you're trying to think of music. You miss music."
WALTER: "There's not a lot of it here."
CAPTAIN WINDMARK: "We tolerate it. But it's merely tones, rhythms, and harmonic vibrations I don't understand."
WALTER: "Mostly it amazes me. Music helps you shift perspective, to see things differently if you need to."
CAPTAIN WINDMARK: "See things? Like hope?"
WALTER: "Yeah. Very much like that."
CAPTAIN WINDMARK: "But there is no hope... for you."

For one, Captain Windmark, I think you are underestimating the Bishops and two, this scene entails a theme that was present in the current episode. 

The Fringe Podcast Episode 526-Fringe Finale Party and Initial Reaction

      Email Post       1/20/2013 07:33:00 PM      

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we bring you our initial reactions recorded LIVE at our Fringe Finale Party in Oklahoma City. You'll hear our thoughts on the time reset, the resolution of Walter's character, the death of Windmark, and some of our favorite moments. You'll also hear from several members of the Fringe community that attended the party as they share their thoughts on the finale and their experiences over the last 5 seasons. Even though I introduced this as episode 528, it is actually episode 526.

Thank you to everyone that helped make our finale party possible! We're especially grateful to all those for their support for all of season 5 of The Fringe Podcast and covering some of the costs of our Fringe Finale Party!

Join our next live show on February 3 as we give our full finale review and share your feedback! Send in you feedback by calling our voice feedback line at 304-837-2278 or email us at

Fringe Review: An Enemy of Fate

      Email Post       1/19/2013 02:33:00 AM      

“Because it’s cool.”

I suppose there could be a group of people who found this finale unsatisfying. And I can’t fault them for that, since they likely take issue with it for the same reason I found Season Four troubling. But I hope that most—even all—people felt as I did: that this show ended well, ended with dignity, and it did so with more optimism than I expected, and more beauty than I’d hoped.

Fringe Review: Liberty

      Email Post       1/19/2013 01:57:00 AM      

“Sacrifice is hard, son. But you’re no stranger to it.”

If we imagine a plot as the movement of individual scenes and chapters from A to Z, “Liberty” is entirely unnecessary in the larger scheme—a letter our alphabet doesn’t need, like “ll.” A brief tangent, brought about by Michael’s unexplained exit from the monorail: by the end of this episode, the situation has more or less returned to what it was at the end of the previous episode. More or less.

Fringe Series Finale: "Liberty" & "An Enemy Of Fate"

      Email Post       1/18/2013 06:00:00 PM      

Happy Final Fringe Friday!
The acclaimed series that has explored the human condition through the prism of parallel universes, unexplainable phenomena and unimaginable threats, reaches a milestone 100th episode and comes to an epic and climatic conclusion. First, the Fringe team engages a desperate plan as Olivia embarks on a dangerous and otherworldly journey into the unknown. Then, Peter, Olivia, Walter, Astrid and Broyles face off against the Observers in one final and extraordinary battle for the fate of mankind.
Don't forget tonight's 2-hour event starts ONE HOUR EARLY at 8/7c!

During tonight's episodes, help promote Fringe by tweeting about the episode using this week's hashmark #KeepLookingUp (Wait until 7pm, 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:
Check back here soon for Observer sightings, Glyph codes, and other Fringe Easter Eggs.

How do you rate the Fringe episode "Liberty"?

How do you rate the Fringe episode "An Enemy Of Fate"?

Hail And Farewell

      Email Post       1/18/2013 02:50:00 PM      

It is enough; the end and the beginning
are one thing to thee, who art past the end...
Now all strange hours and all strange loves are over
Dreams and desires and sombre songs and sweet...

- Ave Atque Vale by Algernon Charles Swinburne

There is a garden which God has planted for Himself, more beautiful than any earthly garden. The flowers that bloom there are the white souls of His saints, who have kept themselves pure and unspotted from the world.

In God's garden there is every kind of flower, each differing from the other in beauty. Some are tall and stately like the lilies, growing where all may see them in their dress of white and gold; some are half concealed like the violets, and known only by the fragrance of kind deeds and gentle words which have helped to sweeten the lives of others; while some, again, are hidden from all earthly eyes, and only God knows their loveliness and beholds the secret places where they grow. But known or unknown, all have risen above the dark earth, looking ever upward; and, although often bent and beaten down by many a cruel storm of temptation and sin, they have ever raised their heads again, turning their faces towards God; until at last they have been crowned with the perfect flower of holiness, and now blossom for ever in the Heavenly Garden.

Let us remember that God has given to all of us, little children as well as grown-up people, a place in His garden here on earth, and He would have us take these white flowers, the lives of His saints, as a pattern for our own. We may not be set where all can see us; our place in God's garden may be a very humble and sheltered spot; but, like the saints, we may keep our faces ever turned upward, and learn to grow, as they grew, like their Master, pure and straight and strong—fit flowers to blossom in the Garden of God.

- Words and illustration from "In God's Garden: Stories of the Saints for Little Children."

Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interview - Mark Englert

      Email Post       1/18/2013 01:15:00 PM      

The third interview in our Fringe Benefits Project interview series is with Mark Englert.

Mark created this superb dual aspect poster with glow in the dark ink to represent episode 3.03 "The Plateau"

Q - Mr. Jensen Karp is the mastermind behind Gallery 1988 and The Fringe Benefits Project. When did he contact you about participating in the series? How much advance notice/working time did you have? Especially as the episodes were voted for by the fans of the show.

A - Not much lead time, but coming from a comic book and production art background, I'm used to crazy deadlines.

The Fringemunks: Epis. 4.21 - "Brave New World, Part 1" (parody of "Hey Jude" by The Beatles)

      Email Post       1/18/2013 12:15:00 PM      

The Fringemunks recap Fringe Episode 4.21 "Brave New World, Part 1" with a parody of "Hey Jude" by The Beatles. Olivia is wondering how she was able to save Jessica Holt from a weird nanite issue.  Peter reassures Olivia that they will figure this out together.  Both of them have a showdown with David Robert Jones.


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Song Credits:
- Music composed by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
- Parody lyrics, all instruments & production by David Wu

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NOTE: This parody qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

TV Guide: Fringe Oral History

      Email Post       1/18/2013 10:32:00 AM      

TV Guide has a four part mega-interview with John Noble (Dr. Walter Bishop), Joshua Jackson (Peter Bishop), Anna Torv (Olivia Dunham), Jasika Nicole (Astrid Farnsworth), Lance Reddick (Phillip Broyles), Blair Brown (Nina Sharp), Seth Gabel (Lincoln Lee), series co-creator J.J. Abrams, executive producers J.H Wyman, Jeff Pinkner and Bryan Burk, Warner Bros. President Peter Roth and Fox's Chairman of Entertainment Kevin Reilly about the bumpy road to the Fringe series finale.

TV Guide: Fringe Oral History - Part 1 - producers and cast discuss the beginnings of Fringe, casting choices, procedural vs. serial, and the turning point for the show.

TV Guide: Fringe Oral History - Part 2 - producers and cast discuss the introduction of the parallel universe, which opened up the world of Fox's sci-fi drama to new and exciting possibilities, including a new set of characters with names like Walternate and Bolivia that fans would — gasp! — actually come to love in the end.   

TV Guide: Fringe Oral History - Part 3 - producers and cast discuss the most polarizing story line of the series: The Season 3 cliff-hanger featured a scene in which Peter Bishop, who we had come to know and love over three seasons, mysteriously vanished into thin air. The Observers then explained that he had, in fact, never existed. (Come again?) This controversial creative move ended a season that included Fringe's foreboding move to the Friday "death slot." Still, the show soldiered on for another two seasons, much to the credit of its passionate fan base.

TV Guide: Fringe Oral History - Part 4 - producers and cast discuss the episode that took Fox's sci-fi series in an entirely new direction: into the future. The series has always been known for its offbeat 19th episode, but its final one took the viewers on an adventure to Observer-occupied 2036, in which Peter, Olivia, Astrid and Walter were freed from amber by Peter and Olivia's grown-up daughter Etta. In the race to the series finale, what's left of the team will attempt to reset time in hopes of ridding the world of Observers.

Fringe 2-Hour Series Finale Begins Tonight At 8/7c

      Email Post       1/18/2013 12:30:00 AM      

Don't forget that Fringe starts one-hour earlier tonight, starting with the penultimate episode "Liberty" at 8:00 ET, followed by the Fringe series finale "An Enemy Of Fate" at the regular 9:00 ET.

What Would You Ask: Johusa Jackson

      Email Post       1/17/2013 08:53:00 PM      

Tomorrow afternoon, we'll get the chance to chat with Joshua Jackson, the man who plays the one and only ;) Peter Bishop.

This will undoubtedly be a crowded conference call, so we may only get to ask one or two questions, but we still want to know - What would you ask Joshua Jackson?

Submit your questions in the comments by noon tomorrow, and we'll try to include as many as we can!

Fringe Discuss: What Will Happen in the Series Finale?

      Email Post       1/17/2013 02:40:00 PM      

Welcome to the last installment of Fringe Discuss, where we post a Fringe-related question and ask you to give us your answers.

We cannot change the fact that the end is in sight, but we can speculate about it.

This week's question: What do you think will happen during the 2-hour season finale this Friday?

Please feel free to post your responses below.


C'mon. This is your last chance to share your thoughts on the ends of the story arcs here!

Fringe 2-Hour Series Finale Begins Tomorrow At 8/7c

      Email Post       1/17/2013 02:13:00 PM      

Don't forget that Fringe starts ONE HOUR EARLIER tomorrow - the penultimate Fringe episode "Liberty" begins at 8/7c, followed by the Fringe series finale "An Enemy Of Fate" at the regular time 9/8c.

Fringe Noble Intentions: "The Boy Must Live"

      Email Post       1/17/2013 01:59:00 PM      

John Noble discusses Walter's relationship with Peter and September in the Fringe episode "The Boy Must Live" for the latest episode of Noble Intentions.

Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interview - Graham Erwin

      Email Post       1/17/2013 01:51:00 PM      

The second in our series of Fringe Benefits project artist interviews is with Graham Erwin, the creator of the wonderful and slightly surreal poster for epsiode 1.09 The Dreamscape

Q - Mr. Jensen Karp is the mastermind behind Gallery 1988 and The Fringe Benefits Project. When did he contact you about participating in the series? How much advance notice/working time did you have? Especially as the episodes were voted for by the fans of the show.

A - I was actually given pretty short notice on this project, I had less than a week from when I was notified about the project to when the final art was due. Luckily that week my schedule allowed that type of turn around so I could crank the poster out no problem, but that time frame can be pretty tight for me.

I usually like around 2 weeks to complete a poster, but a portion of that time is set aside for research so having the subject matter chosen for me sped things up.

As Fringe finale looms, Fringemunks producer David Wu reflects on series, meeting cast, and how show will resonate in time

      Email Post       1/17/2013 11:46:00 AM      

David Wu, creator/producer of The Fringemunks, has released a reflection on Fringe that details his experience as a fan, mingling with the cast in New York, and how the show will impact people over time.

Wu states the following:
Though the finale will mark the end of an era, the series' effect and influence on the future has just begun.  The show is ultimately about responsibility:  taking care of the world, and of the ones we love.  It is also a time capsule of "science thought" in the early stages of this millennium.
Read the entire article here.

FRiNGEcasting podcast for ep 511 The Boy Must Live

      Email Post       1/16/2013 10:40:00 PM      

FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast: 

Listen here for episode #114 of the FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan podcast! Wayne and Dan give their reactions and theories for FRiNGE 511 "The Boy Must Live", and share some excellent listener feedback from the FRiNGEcasting listener community.

Listener feedback voicemail: Call (904) 469-7469 or use the voicemail button at

If your business or website needs voice-overs, I'd love the opportunity to work with you! Details at

The Fringe Podcast Episode 524-Feedback Part 1 For The Boy Must Live

      Email Post       1/16/2013 10:30:00 PM      

In episode 524 of The Fringe Podcast we share a portion of the listener feedback we received for, "The Boy Must Live." We received a tremendous amount of feedback for this episode, so we'll be releasing another feedback episode in a couple of days. In this episode we hear various thoughts about the potential reset and the possible fallout from that event. We also hear thoughts about Peter and Olivia's relationship from the perspective of a marriage counselor, a possible way that Etta might not have ever died, and what might happen in the finale (no spoilers).

In our Twinge segment we asked what questions you have that you still want to resolve. We answer each one to the best of our ability and discuss whether or not we think each question will be fully resolved.

Send in your thoughts and feedback to 304-837-2278 or

Fringe Benefits Project Artist Interview - Joshua Budich

      Email Post       1/16/2013 03:43:00 PM      

The very talented Joshua Budich has kindly responded to a request to answer a few questions about his involvement in the Fringe Benefits Art Project.

Q - Mr. Jensen Karp is the mastermind behind Gallery 1988 and The Fringe Benefits Project. When did he contact you about participating in the series? How much advance notice/working time did you have? Especially as the episodes were voted for by the fans of the show.

A - Jensen contacted me some time in November/December last year about any interest I had in paying homage to Fringe; which of course I jumped on being that it's one of my favorite shows. My piece was intended to be an overall, non-episodic homage, so I had quite a bit of time to get it done ahead of the opening of the website and voting.

Fringe: September's Notebook - The Bishop Paradox

      Email Post       1/16/2013 11:03:00 AM      

A new book about Fringe is now available for pre-order, titled "Fringe: September's Notebook - The Bishop Paradox".

The hardcover book written by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry, is an authorized version the Observer September's notebook, and all his observations regarding the Bishop family.

From the press release:
Fringe: September's Notebook is an extension of the show and its mythology like no other. Within the book, every single word, sketch, photo, and official document has been painstakingly put together (under the guidance of series executive producer/showrunner J.H. Wyman and former executive producer Jeff Pinkner) with contributions from the Fringe production department. More than a year in the making from its inception, with material that spans all five seasons, authors Tara Bennett and Paul Terry (who together coauthored the official LOST Encyclopedia) worked with the television show’s production team on a daily basis to develop and evolve Fringe: September's Notebook into the world's first fully integrated licensed publication that has emerged from within the television series’ storyline itself.
The book will be available March 12, 2013 for the retail price of the book is $50, but it is currently available for pre-order on Amazon for only $31.50 - and with Amazon's price guarantee, if you pre-order and the price drops, you will automatically get the lower price!

Click the "Read More" link to see more sneak peeks inside Fringe: September's Notebook:

Fringe Benefits Inc Podcast: Episode 5.10 & 5.11 Review

      Email Post       1/16/2013 09:53:00 AM      

Our first podcast of 2013!  Happy New Year!    

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.

Joining us this time is special guest:

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

Subbing for Jan this week is Karen Lindsay from the FarScape - Scaper Chronicles & Castle - Storming The Castle Podcast

A slightly longer episode as we quickly review 5.10 - Anomaly & then do a full review of 5.11 - The Boy Must Live.  This is a good one Fringies!  We diss on St. Elsewhere snowglobes and Chuck major character memory loss finales.  Plus Jesse Jackson specs on a wonderful Walter Bishop walkoff that feels perfect for his character and the Fringe finale.


Downloadable MP3 version
Intro Music: Intro - 'Lunatic Fringe' - Tom Cochrane

Outro Music: 'Make Them Laugh' - Donald O'Connor

FRINGE: "An Enemy of Fate" Trailer

      Email Post       1/15/2013 02:53:00 PM      

Here is the final Fringe trailer for the series finale double-episode "Liberty" & "An Enemy Of Fate", which airs ONE HOUR EARLY beginning at 8/7c on Friday, January 18th on FOX.

Screenshots for the "An Enemy of Fate" Trailer are available at

Fringe 5.11 Episode Review - The Boy Must Live

      Email Post       1/15/2013 09:21:00 AM      

Fathers, Sons, Toe Tapping, & A White Tulip


Big Boss to Windmark  - "We have a 99.9999% probability to succeed."


Windmark to Big Boss - "The boy had a 0.0001% chance of surviving.”
Big Boss to Windmark - “Why go to such lengths to protect someone?

With the finish line less than a week away now as I write this, Fringe has entered into that danger zone where it starts to provide the answers to series's long questions that the fans have been asking since the pilot.  Inevitably the answers will split opinions.  The task of providing answers to questions that feel organic and do not feel bolted on is a difficult tightrope act of writing.  Especially given the nature of serialized TV where the goal is to prolong the journey as long as possible.  Original intentions at the beginning of a continuing drama morph and change the longer the journey goes.

Thankfully, in this episode Fringe has kept to its core themes while preserving the integrity of its continuity even while using one of the most dangerous writing devices - the retcon.

Olivia Discovers The Price Of Freedom.

The Fringe Podcast Episode 523-Exclusive Ari Margolis Interview

      Email Post       1/15/2013 12:23:00 AM      

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we share our exclusive interview with Ari Margolis. Ari is the Creative Manager, Drama - in Special Ops for FOX. He has worked on many of the online video content for Fringe over the last 5 seasons and has played an instrumental part in bridging the fandom with the creative with the show. Ari is also responsible for several of the cast interviews we've seen, the recap videos and even some of the content shown at the Fringe panel at Comic-Con. Ari not only works for FOX, but he is a true fan of the show. You can follow Ari on Twitter at the handle, @jonxproductions.

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