Fringe: Season 1, Episode 20

There's More Than One of Everything (12 May 2009)

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David Robert Jones comes out of hiding following an attempt on Nina Sharp's life while Walter leaves accompanied by the mysterious Observer.



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David Robert Jones comes out of hiding following an attempt on Nina Sharp's life while Walter leaves accompanied by the mysterious Observer.

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The glyphs in this episode spell "Grave". See more »


The Bishops' ocean beach house is said to be in Grafton, MA near East Douglas. East Douglas and Grafton are not near each other and neither is on the ocean. When Olivia is looking at the map of Southern Worcester County and Northern Rhode Island the towns are not where they should be and many of them are missing. See more »


[last lines]
William Bell: [in darkness] I've been waiting quite a long time for this.
Agent Olivia Dunham: Where am I? Who are you?
William Bell: The answer to your first question... It's very complicated. The answer to your second...
William Bell: [steps into the light] I'm William Bell.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


End Title Theme (Composed by Michael Giacchino)
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Great close to a great first season
29 January 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

OK, lets overlook the obligatory last-10-minute cliffhanger (which is now SOP to all shows) and the shock value of bringing Nimoy back before the camera The fact is, this closer was a great episode on its own. That is really the test of an episode, whether it holds on its own.

I think Noble steals the spotlight, his wacky mad scientist persona has never been more empathetic to the audience.

Torv continues her role as the best looking "bulldog detective" on the beat; also with the best American accent ever shown by an Aussie

Nice seeing Blair Brown working with the team instead of against them

I also liked how the team was not afraid to actually shoot someone in the finale. In so many shows today, the writers do scenes where there is lots of shooting but no one is ever hit.

Great fun

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