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Olivia: Jean Grey! Hahaha! Well, not surprising, we saw her moving boxes with her brain in "The Day We Died"- But Kick-Astrid? I Knew she had been holding back. The question is, is Belly bad, or is he doin what he's doin for a reason? Cos, why would he have been with Walter when Walter Ambered himself? But his hand was sticking out (in invitation to have it chopped off no doubt) so maybe he was trying to stop Walter.
Maybe the Observers will invade in the next 'sode. But Astrid in Transit, wasnt talking about Belly as Bad Belly.
Too Bad the transfer of Belly's Brain into that big guy didnt work out in "LSD," then they really could have called Belly "Belly" (And Jiggly Belly at that). Hahaha!
Speechless in awe of the greatness of Fringe. Speculating on what's to come is absolutely pointless for me, and I tip my hat to to the writers for never getting it right :-)
@WatchesTooMuch - you're talking about a show which has multiverses, a woman who can control other peoples bodies and nanite-induced spontaneous combustion. The entire show is ridiculous...ridiculously awesome! So shut it...
Lost girl!! Evil Belly!! The easy bake oven!! Kick-Asstrid!! Wii-Livia!! Loved it all ... until that ending! Not Astrid!!
Great review Carissa! As usual! I would hope your deserving reviews would get quoted in magazine ads, but we know that only happens to the vapidly contrived reviews these days. :)
OMG! Thank you. Thank you!!
I heard part of this quote, Googled fringe... And desire becomes destiny... NOTHING...but waaaaaait for it...
30 seconds later, voila! You've posted a blog with great reflections and the entire text of the quote i wad srarchong for AMAZING!
"The art of chess, the art is knowing when a piece is most valuable and then, in that very moment, being willing to sacrifice it. For in the vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious, opportunity abounds, influences maximize, and desire becomes destiny."
Now I can ponder at leisure. Thanks, again.
bell's appearance is sudden, but it was kinda hinted in that future episode, we all just assumed it was just an Easter egg. I'm ashamed to admit it but I think I had a mini orgasm when I saw leonard nimoy. and a little correction, the company is called massive dynamic, not global dynamic. GD is in the show Eureka.
Calm down sally, astrid is alive. Remember the Letter of Transit episode? It's Olivia that I'm more worried about next week.
"I wasn't sure why Peter and Olivia had to be on two separate rooftops to lose the reflection of the sun through the antenna, but it served a great purpose."
The whole setup was ridiculous. You want to get to Peter so you commandeer two satellites and create a concentrated beam of sunlight to burn a hole through a skyscraper and into an oil reservoir because you're certain that Walter will figure out where you're controlling the thing from and send Peter and Olivia to fix the problem so you can ambush Peter on a rooftop. Sure, the Independence Day effect was cool, but seriously?
And this was one of the 2-3 best episodes of the year. (Agh!)
Great episode. Olivia FTW!
Bell: "The art of chess ... is knowing when a piece is most valuable and then, in that very moment, being willing to sacrifice it. For in the vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious, opportunity abounds, influences maximize, and desire becomes destiny."
This is absurd.
First, you don't throw a piece away in order to exploit the "vacuum created by the loss of what is most precious." You sacrifice a piece to TRADE IT FOR SOMETHING OF GREATER VALUE.
Second, Walter may be of greater value than Jones ... but Bell could have easily attracted Walter without throwing Jones away.
Third, if Jones knew anything about chess, he would know that you SACRIFICE YOUR OWN PIECES not the other player's.
Fourth, why would Jones even think that Peter was more important at this point than Walter? Why wouldn't he ask "which bishop"?
Fifth, is Jones really only a bishop? Does that make Charlotte (or whatever her name is) the queen?
NOOOOO! Not Astrid!!
And what a lame ass death for Jones. I guess the return of Bell meant Fringe couldn't afford to keep him on. I really don't see the point of bringing back Bell. Especially with the random story they pulled out of thin air of him faking his death blah blah blah. Give me a break. He smiles so much, I can't believe for a second he has any bad intentions. What was the purpose of the bishop? I hope next week answers some questions. Nice to see Charlotte from Lost again.
Where to start, what an episode. From the redheaded woman who was talking to Jones on the phone, hardcore though to take the nanites knowing she could die. To Jones dying one last time. William Bell wants to play God? How things change and yet stay the same, wasn't it Bell who chastised Bishop for his misdeeds? The quiet moments of Peter and Olivia, and the Astrid as a badass. Jones steadying himself before telling Bell the bad news. Lastly how amusing is it that nanites almost felt so last century as sci-fi? Fringe just keeps on getting better
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