Bell vs. Bishop

Bell vs. Bishop

It has come down to this on Fringe: William Bell is back, and he may have lost every one of his marbles.
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Dunham, Olivia

Dunham, Olivia

Olivia is seen here on the season four finale of Fringe. Will she make the ultimate sacrifice?
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Blast to the Past

Blast to the Past

It's back to the past for Walter on part one of the Fringe season four finale. He must head back there in order to, you know, save the world.
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Peter Considers New Developments

Peter Considers New Developments

New developments come to light for Peter and his team on Fringe. "Worlds Apart" is the 20th installment of the show's 4th season.
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Walter Gets Disturbing News

Walter Gets Disturbing News

Walter finds out he may have brain damage on this episode of Fringe. "Letters In Transit" is the 19th episode of the 4th season.
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Lincoln & Bolivia Discuss a Case on Fringe

Lincoln & Bolivia Discuss a Case on Fringe

Lincoln and Bolivia go over the case on this episode of Fringe, "The Consultant." It's the 18th installment of season 4.
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Alt. Lincoln

Alt. Lincoln

Seth Gabel, as Alt. Lincoln, takes aim at a vigilante in this scene from the Fringe episode "Everything in its Right Place." It's the 17th installment of season four.
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Visiting a Bookshop Owner

Visiting a Bookshop Owner

Nothing is at it seems on this episode of Fringe, as Olivia, Peter and this bookshop owner - played by Clark Middleton - search for clues.
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Nothing As It Seems Scene

Nothing As It Seems Scene

This is a scene from the Fringe episode "Nothing As It Seems," taken as we wind down season four.
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Peter on the Prowl

Peter on the Prowl

Peter has to decide what to do about Olivia, while also investigating a killer, on the episode "A Short Story About Love."
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Peter on the Phone

Peter on the Phone

Hello? This is Peter Bishop. I can't talk right now. I need to save the world.
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A Better Human Being Scene

A Better Human Being Scene

Peter and Olivia prepare to look through a storage locker in this scene from the Fringe episode "A Better Human Being."
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Fringe Season 4 Quotes

You know they did a study on sarcastic people, and they get more illnesses than other people. Something to do with negative energy.

Robert Danzig

Fauxlivia: You know, being you and living your life, only me more homesick for my universe.It must be hard to develop trust in people when all you've got is yourself. It must be terribly lonely.
Olivia: Just because you have walked in my shoes, don't you think for a moment that you know me.
Fauxlivia: Yeah, keep telling yourself that.