When did they say that William Bell killed Olivia?
They just said "You remember what he did to olivia" I mean if she was dead don't you think he would have said it outright?
@Kwire23 Thanks for pointing that out. I don't think its random, because after watching it again, there was no need to show the exact code. I hope that you have guessed it right.
To all those Anna marks who are trolling around here, shut up. She isn't going anywhere. Olivia is an integral part of Fringe but that doesn't mean that we can't have an episode without her if the story demands so.
@KansasGuest: No that wasn"t peter, it's when Peter and Etta are talking, we see Walter and Astrid behind them, sitting next to each other. And there's someone else sitting in the corner but I guess it's just a passenger.
Why 4 stars? It was a perfect fringe episode. I couldn't even believe that it had ended when it did. Only fringe has the ability to create a new universe and make us think that it has always been there. The greatest show ever.
Great episode. Fringe never ceases to amaze me.
Some amazingly stupid people post here. The episode was phenomenal. I think some of you need to stick to CBS shows.
Fringe nailed it! I have great respect for them right now. They fit in Henrietta perfectly in the show and there is just three episodes left. I was a bit worried for them, but the actress did a wonderful job so congrats
Loooooooooove the episode! Missed Olivia though.
As for the "dry coffee" issue. I suspect this might have something to do with the fact that water affects the Observers in mysterious different ways. Perhaps even our drinking of plain water might somehow block the Observers "reading" capabilities, or something like that. (?) In which case they might be restricting/banning the drinking of water to all non-observers (???) - Just a thought. ... But there's some or other importance with them and water. (Which they've probably completely poisoned/destroyed in their future).
And whilst I try to respect everybody else's opinions here. I'm sorry but @Egnirf your nonsense ramblings are just completely bonkers. You've obviously just completely missed the point. It's seems the whole of Fringe has just zipped waaaaaay over your head. ... In fact, I highly suspect you're even really a Fringe fan as such, but only an obsessive Torv fan instead. Have you understood anything that has happened these past 4 seasons ? It certainly doesn't sound like it. Torv has hardly missed an episode till this one. (& certainly much less than other members of the cast). Her story-arcs have been central and epic. Yet you seem fixated that she's been somehow wronged, mistreated and robbed (?) And hurling unsubstantiated insults at others. ~ Sorry but you sound seriously "non compos mentis", (especially to the whole plot !)
(cont.) ... feeling alienated because the episode "came out of nowhere", or left unresolved threads. This really shouldn't come as a surprise, as it's nothing new for Fringe. In fact part of what makes it such a great show is the fact that it does not pander to, or insult their audience's intelligence by "dumbing down". Which is only to be admired. All those that have not really understood what has gone on must not have been paying very close attention to the larger-arcs and all that came before. (Either this, or else you're just one of the rather unfortunate that actually prefers to be spoon-fed). Personally I think this episode made a stellar job of teasing and foreshadowing a fantastic possible 5th season. I think it's easily the best "special 19th episode" of the lot. And all the while finally clueing us to the original planned denouement, which is looking all the more awesome for it. I'm now all the more excited about a 5th season. ~ PLEASE "powers-that-be" grant us a 5th !!! (*fingers, toes & legs crossed*)
Absolute genius ! - Hands down my favourite episode of the season. Maybe even all seasons.
it was probably particularly satisfying as I've for some time now been suspecting the Observers would turn out to be the ultimate antagonists/villains. (With only September (& few others) as compassionate exceptions.) So it was great to finally see this confirmed as I expected. Made perfect sense to me that it's what we've been building up to all this time - a perfectly logical conclusion.
It was perfectly obvious from the very get-go that Etta was Anna/Peter's daughter. Obviously deliberately so, but this only added to the episode's lovely and touching "reveal" at the end. From all the clues It was pretty much just how I expected Anna's story-arc to develop before her predicted "heart-string-pulling" demise. So the whole episode was to me like seeing all the missing puzzle pieces finally aligning and falling into place. I seriously can't understand all these people complaining of feeling lost or alienated by this episode, because it "came from nowhere" or left unresolved threads (??) If it made no sense to you, then you must not have been paying much attention to the larger story-arcs and all that's come before. (Either that, or you just prefer to be spoon-fed !?) This shouldn't come as a surprise really, as it's certainly nothing new for Fringe and actually exactly part of what makes Fringe so great in the first place. Fringe doesn't insult it's audience by "dumbing down" which is to be admired ! As a "special 19th" "left field" episode, it's just easily surpassed all the previous to become my favourite. And as a foreshadowing tease, it couldn't possibly have been any better at setting up a 5th season. It's just made me all the more hungry/desperate for another season (so PLEASE "powers-that-be", let there be a 5th !!) ~ I seriously couldn't have seen it go in any other direction, for a more truly satisfying dÃ©nouement. Bravo team-Fringe !!! ~ Bring it on !!
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