Walter sidesteps the Observers. The team watches a tape. Olivia has a firearms malfunction. Peter makes a grave mistake.
11.22.63: The Day in Question Season 1, Ep 8
The past pulls out every weapon it has to keep Jake from reaching Dealey Plaza in time to save Kennedy. [more inside]
11.22.63: Soldier Boy Season 1, Ep 7
The end is near, and Jake is not up to the task. Sadie scrambles to pick up the pieces, but no one knows the mission as well as Jake. Kennedy and the assassin are on a collision path - but has Jake changed things enough in the past to alter the course of events? The days are counting down as 11.22.63 draws near.
11.22.63: Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald Season 1, Ep 6
It's October 1962, and the gathering storm of threats in Dallas continues to build. Jake must take drastic action to establish the full dimensions of the threat to Kennedy. And amidst it all, he's hit with an unexpected death and a bitter betrayal from one of those closest to him.
11.22.63: The Truth Season 1, Ep 5
Everything begins to fall apart as Jake struggles to live two lives: teacher and time traveler. When Sadie's life is threatened, Jake has to make a terrible choice, leaving Bill to his own devices. Lee Harvey Oswald takes steps that will lead him into a date with destiny.
11.22.63: The Eyes of Texas Season 1, Ep 4
Jake and Bill's partnership starts to struggle as they discover more secrets surrounding the unpredictable Lee Harvey Oswald. The conspiracy involving Oswald deepens, while romance blooms for Jake and Sadie. But by becoming involved with an innocent bystander, has Jake placed his new love in danger?
11.22.63: Other Voices, Other Rooms Season 1, Ep 3
Jake finds an unlikely ally in his quest. [more inside]
11.22.63: The Kill Floor Season 1, Ep 2
Thrown by the enormity of his goal, Jake decides the one thing he can do to make a real difference is save the family of his friend Harry Dunning. Harry's family was murdered in a small Kentucky town by Harry's father, Frank. But does Jake have what it takes to kill a man and what are the consequences of violence?
11.22.63: The Rabbit Hole Season 1, Ep 1
High school teacher Jake Epping discovers why the burgers served by his friend Al at his charming diner are so darned cheap and tasty.
A continuation of the saga created by George Lucas and set thirty years after Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983).
Fringe: Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11 Rewatch Season 5, Ep 1
In the year 2036, Peter, Astrid, Walter, and Etta set out to find Olivia and free her from amber. Once they do, they discover she holds the key to finding the plans for a weapon to defeat the Observers... but Walter is captured and interrogated for the same information.
Fringe: Brave New World Rewatch Season 4, Ep 21
People in an office complex begin to spontaneously combust. Walter identifies nanites as the culprit, and a familiar face as the source. The last few moves of the game are becoming clear as patterns collapse and pieces must be sacrificed.
Fringe: Letters of Transit Rewatch Season 4, Ep 19
It's 2036, and things are different. [more inside]
Fringe: The Consultant Rewatch Season 4, Ep 18
People are dying simultaneously in both universes from the same cause. Walter crosses over to help Fringe Division - Fauxlivia, BBroyles, Agent Lee and Astrid2 - catch whoever is experimenting with the Universes. And Walter references Sherlock Holmes (who?) to help them find the mole.
Fringe: Everything In Its Right Place Rewatch Season 4, Ep 17
Agent Lee feels out-of-sorts with all the changes going on around him, and decides to take a working vacation on the Other Side. There, he faces an existential dilemma: is it your environment, your upbringing, or your decisions that make you who you are?
Fringe: A Short Story About Love Rewatch Season 4, Ep 15
Love! Love Will Keep Us Together (Unless It Kills Us First) - Olivia hunts a perfumed pervert while Peter finds a beacon that guides him to romantic enlightenment
Fringe: Welcome to Westfield Rewatch Season 4, Ep 12
Peter, Olivia and Walter come face to face with a mysterious and terrifying Fringe event as they get trapped in a town that there's no escaping.
Fringe: Making Angels Rewatch Season 4, Ep 11
Our Astrid gets an unexpected visit from her Alternate, while Peter and Olivia track a killer using a toxin that has yet to be invented. Both universes collide in a case that pushes the boundaries of what is possible.
Fringe: Forced Perspective Rewatch Season 4, Ep 10
A girl with the ability to predict the deaths of those around her pops up on the Fringe team's radar. Olivia wants to know if what the bald man said would happen, while Peter has to help Walter get his confidence back.
Fringe: Wallflower Rewatch Season 4, Ep 7
The team hunts a .... ghost? No, not a ghost, as ghosts don't bleed. Massive Dynamic is implicated in some ethically-challenged medical testing, and swears it's all in the past.
Fringe: And Those We've Left Behind Rewatch Season 4, Ep 6
The Fringe team, with the help of Peter, investigate a series of time-loop anomalies. The patter leads them to an electrical engineer married to a theoretical physicist.
Fringe: Novation Rewatch Season 4, Ep 5
Peter gets interviewed and does some hobby electronics work. Nina Sharp shares childhood memories with her foster daughter. Olivia and the team chase down a new kind of shapeshifter.
Fringe: Alone in the World Rewatch Season 4, Ep 3
A boy makes a friend.
Fringe: One Night In October Rewatch Season 4, Ep 2
When the Other Side is stymied while hunting a serial killer, they recruit his counterpart to profile him.
Ethan and team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate - an International rogue organization as highly skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF.
Fringe: Neither Here Nor There Rewatch Season 4, Ep 1
Agent Lincoln Lee is introduced to the team via the unnerving death of his partner. Olivia and Fauxlivia snipe at each other while trading secrets. Walter is (justifiably?) paranoid about Walternate. And the Observers discuss Mr. Not-Appearing-In-This-Episode. Redverse? Blueverse? Welcome to the Amberverse.
Fringe: Os Rewatch Season 3, Ep 16
The Fringe team attempts to find out what process enables people to become lighter than air and float. Peter and Olivia deal with trust issues in their relationship, while Walter becomes increasingly obsessed with retrieving William Bell's consciousness from beyond the grave - and repairing the damage he's done.
Fringe: Over There: Part 2 Season 2, Ep 22
Peter takes a helicopter tour of New York and visits Liberty Island, Olivia proves herself, and William Bell talks shop with the Fringe Division in this, the Science Fiction Double Feature season-ender. [more inside]
Fringe: Over There: Part 1 Rewatch Season 2, Ep 21
There's no rest for the wicked as Charlie, Liv, Lincoln Lee and the rest of the Fringe team goes on alert to contain a class 3 breach. [more inside]
Fringe: Northwest Passage Rewatch Season 2, Ep 20
Peter is from ... "Boston," and passing through to somewhere (Mars?), but he's not quite sure. He ends up helping out with an investigation - with someone who 'want[s] to believe.' A couple of disappeared bodies later, and things get weird in the deep green woods... [more inside]
Fringe: Brown Betty Rewatch Season 2, Ep 19
While 'Uncle' Walter deals with some upsetting news, he tells Ella a fairy tale that includes musical performances by Olivia and Broyles. And a hybrid between 'Chronic Supernova' and 'Afghani Kush.' Fedoras and trenchcoats abound.
Fringe: The Man From The Other Side Season 2, Ep 18
A well-ordered mind is reflected in its well-ordered surroundings, which is maybe why Walter's lab is a mess. The Fringe team gets called into a murder victim, who has three puncture wounds in the soft palate. Peter unboxes an interesting find, and Walter goes chasing cars. Olivia goes to Verona, and Astrid sadly doesn't get to put her linguistic skills to work. Finally, an old adversary becomes a bridge-builder.
Fringe: White Tulip Rewatch Season 2, Ep 17
There's been an incident on a train (and we all know how much Walter loves trains). Looks like collective (contagious?) heart failure, since everyone is dead in their seats at the same time. All except for the the man who walked off the train. Peter has noticed that Walter has been evasive and distant, even for him. Astrid predicts the future, Broyles humblebrags about the FBIs capabilities, and Olivia And Water writes a long letter to Peter. [more inside]
Fringe: Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver. Rewatch Season 2, Ep 16
A sick man approaches a lawyer, with a story about being a kid used in experimental trials. He's looking for other kids, to trace the origins of his illness. Olivia seeks advice from everyone's favorite bowling-lane proprietor, about the uneasiness she feels for keeping a secret. Walter, a skiing enthusiast, meets an admirer, and Peter expresses his enthusiasm for his job. Astrid reminds Walter that lab safety and food safety are paramount. And Olivia finally gets a Clue. [more inside]
Fringe: Peter Season 2, Ep 15
Walter is telling Olivia a story: It's 1985, and Dr. Walter Bishop, addressing a group of Army generals, shows them the docking station of the Empire State Building. He introduces us to the other side, and has even given his doppelganger a name: Walternate. They are researching a cure for Peter, who is dying from a congenital disorder. [more inside]
Fringe: Jacksonville Season 2, Ep 14
Real coffee comes from a secret stash, and quakes are linked to global warming, while someone familiar works on a Pentagon annex - in New York. A quantum tectonic event, maybe, and a man dies twice. Walter wins something for the first time, Olivia loses faith in her freakishly good memory and becomes GLIMMER WOMAN, Peter seeks impossible options, and Astrid reaches her limit.
Fringe: The Bishop Revival Rewatch Season 2, Ep 13
A Holocaust survivor at a wedding notices a strange man. No, not that strange man, a different one. Soon disaster has struck and it seems pretty clear the wedding is off. Walter takes the opportunity for a bit of matchmaking, and reminds us that purple never goes out of style. It's only a matter of time before someone mentions Nazis, and Walter's only too happy to oblige. Bishop/Bischoff family history, old books and art projects. Some insights into the mercilessness of scientific experimentation, and also of Walter's desire to protect his family. [more inside]
Fringe: What Lies Below Rewatch Season 2, Ep 12
A man visits a petrol company but doesn't seem to be feeling well. His spectacular collapse gets the Fringe team involved, but first Astrid has to get Walter away from telling kids some historical truths about the survival of the least curious. Just as well, since the building is quarantined with Peter and Olivia inside. Walter is able to figure out the virus's personality (ENTJ) and come up with a tox screen. But who's been infected? And is there a cure? [more inside]
Fringe: Unearthed Rewatch Season 2, Ep 11
This episode was filmed during S1 but aired just prior to "Johari Window". For those of you following on DVD, it can be found as a special feature on Disc 6. Netflix streaming lists it as episode 21. A girl regains consciousness in a hospital, but will have some interesting scars. Peter asks the obvious and shows off his linguistic skill. Again. Walter has a theory. Charlie makes an anachronistic appearance, and later gets a fun chase scene. We find out what happened to test subjects 1 through 5. Walter has another theory. The Tibetan Book of the Dead is used as a coaster. Lightning fails to strike. Walter has a third theory. The priest has a theory. Olivia has a theory. She's also a friend who is a girl, and who carries a gun. Walter's final theory sounds a lot like the priest's. Occam's razor triumphs in the end, guess it's not Tuesday. Peter gets a hug. Olivia gets a warning. We get an ending, of sorts. [more inside]
Fringe: Johari Window Season 2, Ep 11
A police officer in upstate New York finds a kid walking on the side of the road. The boy is taken to the station, where he is found by his relatives. The team gets called to investigate a series of reports of deformed, hideous people. Olivia hears a hum, Walter muses on his lycanthropic adventures in London, Peter goes through some stuff, Astrid is a lepidopterist, and Broyles calls an old contact. [more inside]
Fringe: Grey Matters Rewatch Season 2, Ep 10
Men in black are performing a very low-rent neurosurgery in a mental institution. They abscond with something removed from a patient's brain. The team investigates. Walter reminisces, Peter is skeptical and Olivia is determined [more inside]
Fringe: Snakehead Rewatch Season 2, Ep 9
A distressed Chinese man scrambles through Boston, and arrives at an underground way-station, where a tentacled something is extracted from him as he dies. The team is called to a merchant ship that ran aground and caught fire near Boston, leaving a trail of bodies in its wake - but one is alive. Peter has an unfortunate meal, though not prepared by Walter, who is chasing another high. Broyles' sweating regimen backfires, and Olivia goes on a paper chase. Astrid is a terrible liar. [more inside]
Fringe: August Season 2, Ep 8
A man in a gray suit and trilby stops watching, and kidnaps a woman. The team tries to figure out why. Olivia misses out on quality time with her niece, Astrid gives up taste-testing privileges, Watler reminisces about Bhut Jolokia peppers, and Peter is skeptical. [more inside]
Fringe: Of Human Action Rewatch Season 2, Ep 7
A boy is kidnapped, and three police officers kill each other. Two more people grievously injure themselves, and the team is dispatched to Massive Dynamic for answers. Pharmaceutical enhancements get popped like candy. Walter stretches a metaphor, and Peter gets handed the deadlier weapon. [more inside]
Fringe: Earthling Season 2, Ep 6
'All flesh shall perish together, and man shall turn again unto dust.' A shadow figure visits some people, and Walter can't believe the results from a Geiger counter. Broyles is haunted by an old case, an old friend, and the Russians. Dunham deals with the faceless, and Peter snarks about his past.
Fringe: Dream Logic Rewatch Season 2, Ep 5
The team heads to Seattle, where a man killed his boss while having visions of demons and monsters. Walter makes a diagnosis via shock-induced achromotrichia, Olivia collects business cards, Peter shows his school spirit, and Astrid gets Grinchy. [more inside]
Fringe: Momentum Deferred Rewatch Season 2, Ep 4
Bodies bleed silver while Walter introduces Olivia and her memory problem to the joys of Platyhelminthes. Charlie gets some sleep advice, and everyone tries to stay one step ahead of the competition. Is Astrid a hallucination? Or maybe she's a pod person (the remake). Or an LSD inspired vision of the other side? Whatever it is, it's as clear as a bell: A storm is coming. [more inside]
Fringe: A New Day In The Old Town Rewatch Season 2, Ep 1
Olivia gets into a car crash with a shifty character, while Water makes a custard for Peter's birthday. Broyles works for the FBI and the team waits for the fabric of the universe to come apart. We get storytime with Charlie Francis too. Also, Shakespeare gets butchered. [more inside]
Fringe: There's More Than One Of Everything Rewatch Season 1, Ep 20
Something else - You've struck oil - The assault in the pastry shop - Father figures - What can he do? - Nice hat - Looking - Belly and LSD - Special - That's why you always leave a note - Peter Bishop [more inside]
Fringe: The Road Not Taken Rewatch Season 1, Ep 19
For those of you who have just joined us - What Don't We Do? - William Bell was many things - Spontaneous human combustion - Myth is just an unverified fact - The average adult at rest contains enough energy to explode at the rate of five very large hydrogen bombs - All the artificial sweetness a growing scientist needs - Magic mushrooms? - The Road Not Taken - Not claims, accomplishments - Big Enough - Reachable by cell - Losing Patience (losing patients?) - Light box - Time to go [more inside]
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