Fringe News

"Welcome to Westfield" shows just how meaningless a welcome sign can be, as Fringe explores the possibility of two universes merging into one. Was Westfield really relevant to the story? Read the review to find out!
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On Fringe, when Alt-Astrid has nowhere else to go, she turns to Astrid for clarity on who she is and might be. Making Angels is a fascinating character study. Read the review for more!
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The Observer's prediction of Olivia's death is front and center on Fringe this week as they investigate a teenage girl with the ability to predict deaths through drawings. Read the review for more.
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Fringe is not slowing down as the season progresses. Enemy of My Enemy tosses all the balls in the air and we're left scrambling to pick them up. Who's left standing? The review reveals all!
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Fringe Quotes

Nature doesn't recognize good and evil Philip. Nature only recognizes balance and imbalance. I intend to restore balance to our world. Whatever it takes.

Walternate

Elizabeth: Sometimes what we have is not the world we want, but we have our hearts and our imaginations to make the best of it. I will promise you this: I will be the best mother I possibly can be to you. I'll take care of you, I will protect you and I will never let anyone take you away from me. No one. Not ever.
Peter: But you're not her, are you? You're not my real mother.
Elizabeth: You were sick. You were very sick for a long, long time and I think it confused you. Yes, I am your mother, of course I am.

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