FRINGE Analysis/Review 5.01 — Hope Can Be Found in the Smallest of Cracks

Originally posted at FringeTelevision.com. A review will first be posted there for episode 5.02, “In Absentia.” A Beautiful Dream Inside of a Horrible Nightmare As the Fringe family of Olivia, Peter and their young daughter, Etta, enjoyed what Peter might … Continue reading

Fringe 4.14 Review/Analysis: You Want Answers? Be Careful What You Wish For, Sweetheart

All of the pieces from the puzzles of the Fringe past, present and future came together in an episode that promised “Answers.” This past summer, I took part in Fringe Television’s Summer re-watch of seasons 1-3. Each review was to … Continue reading

[Review] 4×09: “Enemy of my Enemy” – Making Connections

By Lynn Finch and Donna Hazel If you haven’t seen Fringe episode 4.09, Enemy of My Enemy – run, don’t walk, to your nearest tv/dvr/pc/iDevice and watch it! Now! I can say with confidence that this is the best episode … Continue reading

[Review] 4×05: “Novation” – A New Paradigm Shift

-By Aimee Long “All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.” – Anatole France After returning … Continue reading

[Review] 4×04: “Subject 9” Eeelectriiicity

After nearly six months of asking “Where is Peter Bishop?” he’s back at last – and boy are we glad to see him. He first manifests as a ball of crackling blue energy, coming to Olivia at sunrise (her favorite … Continue reading

[Review] 4×03: “Alone in the World” – It’s More Than a Feeling

-By Aimee Long   For once in my life, I have someone who needs me. Someone I’ve needed so long, for once unafraid I can go where life leads me, and somehow I know I’ll be strong. For once in … Continue reading

[Review] 4×02: “One Night in October” – The Power of One

“I don’t think that we can underestimate the role that empathy plays in the structuring of the self, or the lack thereof.” – Professor McClennan “I’ve always thought there are people who leave an indelible mark on your soul, an … Continue reading

[Review] 4×01: “Neither Here Nor There” – Every Relationship is Reciprocal

-By Aimee Long “I’ve seen Doomsday, and it is worse than anything you could possibly imagine. This isn’t a war that can be won. Our two worlds are inextricable. If one side dies, we all die. So I’ve torn holes … Continue reading