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In 2036 the Observers have begun terraforming the earth. Walter has a plan to defeat them but his capture by the Observers may be problematic. Peter searches for Olivia who is encased in amber to reunite his family

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In 2036 the Observers have begun terraforming the earth. Walter has a plan to defeat them but his capture by the Observers may be problematic. Peter searches for Olivia who is encased in amber to reunite his family

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The song playing at the end of the episode is "Only You" by Yaz, written by Vince Clark sung by Alison Moyet in 1982. See more »

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Features Maverick: Duel at Sundown (1959) See more »

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Stop gizmoism
5 October 2012 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

OK... so here we are, in another totally new realm within the Fringe story. We had a glimpse of it in the previous season, to get us ready, so it is not all new. Still, it is rather confusing. It was a bit hard for me to find my feet even in a slightly moderated realm Peter was removed from. The conquest of our world by Observers is logical and well motivated. However, the story in this episode is a bit thin, and it relies upon gizmos which are there out of the blue. There was a cartoon created in my country when I was a kid, called Professor Balthazar, who, somewhat like Walter and William Bell, faced various human and world problems, then out of the blue invented some gizmo and solved it all http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWCttgEOwCI&noredirect=1. I still love Professor Baltazar, but this is supposed to be a grown up entertainment show, gizmos can't just fall from the skies and solve problems.

Walter is great when he shows his brilliant mind applying hard science to solve fringe issues, but without it he is just a confused old man. So I hope to see him back to his mighty self. Let's get this straight: Walter Bishop is the spirit of the Fringe story, he is the factor X no other TV series ever had. When he is at his best, The Fringe is amazingly original and mind-blowing. When he is out of order, the show is less interesting. So, get Walter refreshed and the show will excel again.


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