The cast and producers of Fringe gathered at Paley Fest last week.
At the event, the group dished on a number of season one topics, taking note of events to come over the next few weeks.
Executive Producer Roberto Orci, on the season finale: "We were saving so many juicy secrets for years and years, and we're actually going to stick a bunch of them in the finale. That may be the worst idea ever, but we're doing it."
Anna Torv, on the season finale: "The last couple of episodes are very exciting. You get to the bottom of Harris (Michael Gaston) - there are a couple of surprises—and Jones (Jared Harris) comes back, and you find out something that I didn't expect. And we meet William Bell!"
Joshua Jackson, on the season finale: "The episodes that we're in right now are about clarifying why it is that Olivia is so important to the FBI and understanding why Olivia specifically - not any other cop - got chosen for that job."
John Noble, on relationship between Walter and William Bell: "When Walter refers to William Bell, he doesn't do it nastily, he always says 'Belly and I did this or did that.' He hasn't got a grudge against him."
Jackson, on revelations about his character: "It is actually, if I may say so, shocking. It radically changes the understanding of the character. I don't play it... It happens somewhere else with other characters, but information is revealed."
Orci, on Anna's abilities: "Does she have superpowers? It depends on what you mean by super. She could have powers that we could all discover within ourselves. Or she may be going crazy."
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