Fringe Cast Says Goodbye at Comic-Con

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The tears flowed more than the spoilers this afternoon inside Hall H at Comic-Con, as Fringe cast and crew members reminisced about their beloved series and said goodbye to an auditorium full of passionate fans.

Jackson at CC

Anna Torv and Lance Reddick got the waterworks started when asked about their most memorable Astrid episode... while Jasika Nicole then did the same to her co-star by gushing over the scene in which Olivia pulls clothes out of dryer after she realizes Bolivia had taken over her life.

In less emotional, more Fringe Season 5-based news:

  • Henry Ian Cusick might still return as Simon Foster.
  • The cast has not started filming yet, but actually took time to film scenes for a trailer (BELOW) that feature many sentimental moments between Peter and Olivia.
  • Will these two get a happy ending? Joshua Jackson would only say "I think that [they] will get the final chapter of their story."
  • The fifth season “will pick up exactly where we left off in 419, the next day” in the year 2036, said producer Joel Wyman.
  • Why have there been no female Observers? Replied Wyman: "The answer to your question will become apparent this year." A book chronicling the Observes will also be available in September.

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Fringe Quotes

Peter: Hello. Walter is that you? I can hear you breathing.
Janitor: Is this Peter Bishop?
Peter: Yes.
Janitor: I'm calling from NY. I know this is going to sound crazy but I just saw a woman disappear in front of my eyes.
Peter: Who is this?
Janitor: Her name was Olivia. She has a message for you; she's trapped in the other universe

You, Olivia, have the ability to bend things with your mind. That's what you're doing in this drawing, if you look at it the right way.

Walter

Fringe Music

  Song Artist
Song Poor Little Fool Ricky Nelson iTunes
Dear mr fantasy Dear Mr. Fantasy Traffic iTunes
Blue bayou Blue Bayou Roy Orbison iTunes