After three episodes, this week’s Fringe finally brought Agent Broyles back to the show – but unlike the rest of the regulars, this one hadn’t been preserved in amber for decades and has lived through the Observer Invasion. Wondering how that has changed him? We are… along with four other questions about “The Bullet That Saved The World.”
Fox’s Fringe may be taking a week off this week – Next Friday sees the return of Agent Broyles, almost ensuring that the episode will be worth the wait – but that just gives us time to think about the future of the show as we know it. After all, three episodes into the new season, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the rest of the year… and what not to expect. In that case, are these five questions about the show’s mythology ever going to be answered?
Friday night’s Fringe followed up on the revelation that there were tapes out there explaining how to save the human race in the only way possible: Getting our heroes out of the city, and back to nature. Not that they were alone out there, of course. Here are five questions about this week’s “The Recordist.”
Our second week in the year 2036 saw Peter and Olivia struggling to come to terms with what has happened in their absence, and just what their daughter has turned into. As we also try to get used to the future, we have some questions of our own. Five of them, in fact, about last night’s “In Absentia.”
Fringe returned this week with the show permanently moving to the year 2036 and humanity’s struggle against the Observer invasion of Earth. With the series essentially being rebooted for its final season, are you that surprised that we have five questions about “Transilience Thought Unified Model-11″?
As this week’s episode of Fringe demonstrated, it just might be the end of the world(s) as we know it – but who, exactly, is feeling fine? Here’re five questions about the earth-shaking “Worlds Apart.”