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Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11

After tonight’s season five premiere episode, only 12 remain before the show draws to a close. I am very grateful to Fox for giving us these additional 13 episodes, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say I had hoped for more. Fringe was the one post-Lost show that really felt right. It by no means replaced Lost, but it became a staple in my television viewing schedule. I’m not sure what I’m going to do without it. It feels weird just thinking about it.

I have all the faith in the world that the writers can wrap it up in a manner worthy of the series, but I worry that they will not be able to answer all the questions they have put forward. Now that we are in 2036, I’m curious how many of the past-present (2012) storylines will fall through, or if they stop cold. I would very much be interested in what happened between 2012 and 2015 and then 2015 to future-present, 2036.

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Letters of Transit

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I want to post my review/recap/thoughts on tonight’s episode right now, but I don’t think I have time to properly discuss it at the moment. So I will hopefully post a full review with thoughts and questions on Sunday. For now just a few thoughts:

While I don’t completely understand the relevance of this episode at the current moment, as it doesn’t necessarily fit with what we are experience in the present timeline, I did love it. I think it would make for a very interesting set of episodes, or possibly an entire season in itself. This alone makes me want to further urge Fox and Fringe’s fans to push for renewal. There are so many more storylines to tell. So many new directions to take. Tonight’s episode proved that, if nothing else. SAVE FRINGE!

I have two major questions/concerns with the episode

1) Didn’t we learn that William Bell was dead in this timeline as well, so how is he alive in the future?

2) Etta says she can barely remember what her parents look like, but the original Fringe team is famous it seems, so wouldn’t it be documented what they look like, so how could she forget?

Overall, I thought it was amazing. (I can’t wait to write more on it. I have a lot of thoughts!)


Also, is anyone else curious about Henrietta’s name? Fauxlivia named her and Peter’s baby Henry. Henry and Henrietta are pretty close. I feel like it has to mean something.

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