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FRINGE – You Want Answers?
Fringe dares to ask us the question, “Do you want answers?” I think we can all agree that we do, though I’ve expressed before that answers can often lead to even more questions. Still, Fox is pushing Fringe’s “The End of All Things,” airing February 24th, as the episode that will give us some kind of answer. Just what they will be answering remains unclear at this point in time. It’s implied the Observers will be explained, but that could easily be a classic Fringe red herring.
The video below is an extended version of the promo that came out last week. It takes us through the entire series, showing key moments from the four seasons, before landing on the new footage of September, the Observer, in need of some TLC. He could probably benefit from a doctor as well. Possibly a blood transfusion. That wound doesn’t look like it’s healing at all, and he got that thing weeks ago. As we saw in the latest episode, “A Better Human Being,” both Olivia and Nina were captured by someone. Their captor is revealed to be David Robert Jones (you have to say his full name, otherwise it’s not as ominous), and Peter is hell bent on getting Olivia back (they technically don’t know Nina is also being held hostage). Peter and Walter decide September (now in some kind of coma) is the guy who has all the answers and Peter wants to go inside the Observers mind to have a chat. There’s just one catch; if September dies and Peter is still inside his mind, Peter could die as well.
This will be the last new episode of Fringe we’ll get since the show is taking the first three weeks of March off. The series will return March 23rd and then it’s all new episodes until the finale.