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Fringe Review, Season 4, Episode 2: “One Night in October”

Written by Alison Schapker & Monica Owusu-Breen

Directed by Brad Anderson

Airs Fridays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

This week, on Fringe: Walter goes from seeing things to hearing things, Olivia hangs with Clincoln, and there’s a thin Marjorie between a Starling and a Lecter.

After last week’s strong premiere, Fringe is back with another very good episode. This episode has a great premise and one that leaves the door open to a lot of great stories in the future. The prospect of the two Universes working together to solve crimes is promising- not only does that mean more time with Fauxlivia (who is much more fun than Olivia, let’s be honest) and Clincoln (Cool Lincoln) and the no-longer-dead Other Broyles (no thoughts on a nickname for him yet- suggestions?), but it gives us episodes like this one, »

- Kate Kulzick

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