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When they say absence makes the heart grow fonder, they were talking about Fringe. After taking a few weeks off for Baseball, Fringe returns to Fox with a run of brand new episodes for November sweeps. Kicking things off is the curiously titled "Earthling". Curious in that the title could be perceived as suggesting someone in the episode is Not an 'Earthling,' and Fringe has thus far avoided anything more than the very vague notion of aliens. Whether or not there is an alien encounter in this week's Fringe remains to be seen, but if you are looking for a sneak peek at the episode – that's another matter all together. Click on through for a close encounter of the third kind with Fringe's "Earthling."
The Fringe Division Is Flummoxed By Dark Circumstances
And New Light Is Shed On Agent Broyles On An All-new “Fringe”
Thursday, November 5, On Fox »
- Jon Lachonis
Fringe is currently on hiatus this week, but assuming someone wins the World Series in Game 6 (and I have absolutely no idea whether this is likely since I don't watch baseball), then the next new episode of Fringe should take place on November 5. Thanks to Fox, we have the promo, the synopsis and a few promo photos for you.
Directed by Emmy Award winner Jon Cassar (24), this episode follows the Fringe Division as they take on a puzzling investigation where victims are inexplicably disintegrating into ash. The shadowy case casts light on Special Agent Phillip Broyles’ past and leads the team to the possibility of foreign Fringe Science. Emotions run high as the alarming events stack up and revealing personal details emerge about the leader of »
2 items from 2009
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