Fringe Season 5
Tomorrow sees the final episode of Fox's Fringe, bringing to an end the five-year run of the at-times spectacular, at-times infuriating science fiction series. As the fourth season ended last year and we were told that the final year of the show would take place in the future setting of the episode "Letters of Transit," I had five questions I wanted answered in the final year. But did I get the answers that I wanted?
It's the penultimate episode of Fox's Fringe, and now that we now the identity of Donald, perhaps it's time that even more revelations started to flow about the various mysteries of this season, no? Then again, maybe it's just time to raise more questions... Here are five from "The Boy Must Live"!
ith only four episodes left, it's time for Fringe to start answering some questions - Starting with the most obvious one left over from last week's episode: "What's the deal with the mysterious Observer child?" Well, that and the identity of Donald, of course...
In last week's episode of Fringe, Peter rediscovered his humanity and Olivia apparently rediscovered her spine. But does that mean that things are headed back to normal for the show? Well, judging by this week's episode, apparently so (as long as animated dream sequences are included). Five questions about "Black Blotter," coming right up...
Back after its short break, this week's episode of Fringe brought Peter closer to the Observer he blames for Etta's death - and further away from his own humanity, at the same time. With Walter and Olivia busy chasing down objects for a plan that may not work, is everything falling apart in "The Human Kind"?
Just the title of this week's Fringe episode - "Five Twenty Ten" - raises questions. What does it mean? Is it a 90210-esque zipcode? Is it the percentage of Olivia losing her cool when she finds out what Peter has done to himself? Or the collective number of Twizzlers that Walter has eaten across the whole series? Expect an answer - and five more sensible questions - under the jump.
Of all the people best-equipped to deal with altered realities and venturing into them, you'd think that Walter Bishop would be at the top of most lists. But, as Friday's Fringe demonstrated, things aren't always as they seem... Here're five questions about the wonderfully-titled "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There".
After the end of last week's episode, it was no surprise to see that this week's Fringe featured Olivia and Peter at their breaking point and someone finally admit that the plan doesn't seem to be working out too well. Five questions about "An Origin Story"? Don't mind if we do...
After three episodes, this week's Fringe finally brought Agent Broyles back to the show - but unlike the rest of the regulars, this one hadn't been preserved in amber for decades and has lived through the Observer Invasion. Wondering how that has changed him? We are... along with four other questions about "The Bullet That Saved The World."
Fox's Fringe may be taking a week off this week - Next Friday sees the return of Agent Broyles, almost ensuring that the episode will be worth the wait - but that just gives us time to think about the future of the show as we know it. After all, three episodes into the new season, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the rest of the year… and what not to expect. In that case, are these five questions about the show's mythology ever going to be answered?
Fringe returned this week with the show permanently moving to the year 2036 and humanity's struggle against the Observer invasion of Earth. With the series essentially being rebooted for its final season, are you that surprised that we have five questions about "Transilience Thought Unified Model-11"?
Fox's Fringe returns for its fifth and final season next Friday, jumping into the future to wrap up the series by giving us the showdown between humanity and the Observers... not to mention a Walter Bishop just a little unlike any we've seen before. Here are the five things you need to know before next week's season premiere.
If comments from actor John Noble are to be believed, the fifth and final season of Fringe will take place almost exclusively in the far future that first appeared in the fourth season episode "Letters of Transit." We're still months away from the season premiere, but nonetheless: It's time for five questions about this development.
The announcement that Fringe has been renewed by Fox for one final season is great news - especially for those of us who were worried that this might've been the last year for the show, given the ratings - but with only thirteen episodes in the final season, it'll be time to stop messing around and get down to business. Instead of five questions, here're five things I want to see from Fringe: Season Five.