Fringe: Season 3, Episode 21

The Last Sam Weiss (29 Apr. 2011)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
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Olivia joins forces with the mysterious Sam Weiss in a desperate race against time.

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Olivia joins forces with the mysterious Sam Weiss in a desperate race against time. Written by Fox Publicity

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After Walter gets struck by lightning, twice, he returns to his lab. While "Ostrich," Astrid, is looking for papers to show him. While Walter waits, he is whistling the tune "Nobody knows the trouble I've seen, nobody knows my sorrow." See more »

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(at around 10 mins) When Walter is flying the kite to attract lightning there is "wind" blowing his and Astrid's hair and other items in very close proximity to them yet neither the trees in the background or behind the kite or anything else in the area are moving at all; nor is the kite properly constructed in a manner that would allow it to actually "fly" even if there was wind. See more »

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Wow Really Rocks Hope They Wrap it up Sensibly!
30 April 2011 | by (Cornwall) – See all my reviews

This Is Darn Good

What a Wonderful Episode, even though it Takes Many Leaps of Logic, and so On, but as In All Fringe--Logic is Never Relevant it seems here if you have been Paying Attention To Any of the Previous Episodes but I wander Pardon Me! I really Wonder if the Observers are coming Back for the End of this Season, or Will They Be Prominently Featured Next Season as so Many People are Speculating? Boy I am Really Impressed with the Writing these Past Few Shows--It is Really Getting Much Stronger every Episode seemingly--Very Good Job Writing Staff--Now Let's Wrap it up Nicely, with a Few Good Shows that Actually Make Sense, and Hopefully You Won't have to Scratch your Head too much, or View Them Repeatedly to Have them Make Sense! One Can Only Hope!

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