Fringe: Season 4, Episode 13

A Better Human Being (17 Feb. 2012)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
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As the Fringe team investigates a mentally ill patient who appears to be connected to a series of murders, frightening clues and connections are uncovered that lead Olivia to some shocking revelations.

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As the Fringe team investigates a mentally ill patient who appears to be connected to a series of murders, frightening clues and connections are uncovered that lead Olivia to some shocking revelations.

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HIPPA regulations forbid hospital staff from discussing a patient's symptoms or his or her name with anyone other than doctors, staff and immediate relatives if the patient is not directly related to the case at hand. See more »

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at last!
18 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

at last this season is now getting interesting and has a lot to expect from. the season has been really dull for me so far, mainly due to the repetitive nature of the episodes, which are not what the series' fanatics expect, but gives the opportunity to new audience to get an idea of what's happening... anyway I am glad that the story is building up, and it creates numerous questions and many issues unanswered until the next episode...these are the characteristics I like about Fringe, and I hope to see more of it. Watching the first ten episodes made me feel that actual fans are not taken into consideration by the filmmakers, because the story remained "flat" for a long time in my opinion.


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