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Fringe Round Table: "Letters Of Transit"

24 April 2012 7:40 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

"Letters Of Transit" offered viewers a look at one possible future in the Fringe universe.

How did staff writers Sean McKenna, Nick McHatton and Carissa Pavlica - along with Fringephile Nick Shere - feel about it? They have gathered below to discuss what it all might have meant. Read on. Chime in.


Favorite scene or quote?

Nick S: Come on, it has to be "These aren't the droids you're looking for." Followed closely by "We are insurgents, and antimatter. You're smart, you do the math." One of the great things about alternate futures is that a show gets to be both more zany and more epic, and in this episode, they did both.

Sean: I agree with Nick, there were so many great Walter quotes and I loved, "These aren't the droids you're looking for." Honestly, the episode was so cool in showing us the future (possible future? »

- (TV Fanatic Staff)

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