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Great episode! Loved to see "our" Olivia again. :-) And now I can't wait until next weekend.
I enjoyed every single scene and as gilly already said: Fringe is doing what it is doing best, being Fringe again. To be honest I so wanna trade places with Peter in the beginning, man....
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Almost didn't tune in to this one due to the specter of cancellation, but so glad I did!
I think the timelines -- either with or without DRJ's and Nina's help -- are merging. Walter and Olivia are becoming more "themselves". I nearly fell off the couch when Olivia mentioned the Edina (?) case. Walter venturing out of the lab and getting excited about pie (pi? ). Blue dream, blue drinks, yellow Harvard lights. Walter's disappointment at Peter not having crepes with him, not really wanting him to leave this timeline for his own, having grown find of him. Amber-livia "becoming" Olivia and planting a nice big kiss on Peter.
Although this season has been mostly about Peter getting "home" (I think he may already be home to some degree), I think the rest of the season will be about Olivia (tipped off by the glyph code ). Really, the whole show revolves around Olivia and her latent powers. Perhaps as the remaining shows progress, we'll see those manifest themselves (like we had a glimpse of this week).
With the ominous "it's the beginning of the end" during the trailer for next week, I sadly think that Fringe will be wrapped up for good this season. Even so, what a terrific episode. I'm off to watch it again!
Looks like the closer Peter thinks he's getting to go back home the bigger his surprise to find that he's already there... At least the last scene confirms what a lot of Fringe viewers already think: that there's no "alternate" timeline, but one in which Peter was "forgotten."
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Solid episode complete with lots of mystery sauce and fringe salad.
Awesome episode. This season is getting better and better. Alot of people were worried about this looking like a normal stand alone, but it proved otherwise and was intricately involved in the main arc of the story. I believe the writers know, generally, what they are doing. I know geometric_sum mentioned not watching because of possible cancellation. I gotta say please don't do that. We need all the viewers we can get. Jasika Nicole did an interview where she said there was a rumor going around that they might see a 13 episode season 5 final season. Let s keep up the current viewership so that may happen!
absolutely fantastic. perfect! Witty, action packed, emotional and the story moved on. and great P/O and great P/W