History Series / Fringe

29th Jul '17 2:07:37 PM nombretomado
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''Fringe'' is a Creator/{{FOX}} ScienceFiction TV series created by Creator/JJAbrams and his compatriots Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. Other J.J. coworkers from ''Series/{{Lost}}'' and ''Series/{{Alias}}'' are involved as well. Conceptually, it is not unlike ''Series/TheXFiles'', with the primary threat being MadScientist terrorists, instead of an AlienInvasion. In practice it is like ''The X-Files'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Series/{{CSI}}''. Like J.J.'s other shows, it has a slowly developing MythArc involving an AlternateUniverse, mysterious "Observers," an ActionGirl, and crazy, off-the-wall happenings right from the get-go. It's quite a MindScrew.

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''Fringe'' is a Creator/{{FOX}} ScienceFiction TV series created by Creator/JJAbrams and his compatriots Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. Other J.J. coworkers from ''Series/{{Lost}}'' and ''Series/{{Alias}}'' are involved as well. Conceptually, it is not unlike ''Series/TheXFiles'', with the primary threat being MadScientist terrorists, instead of an AlienInvasion. In practice it is like ''The X-Files'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] ''Series/{{CSI}}''. Like J.J.'s other shows, it has a slowly developing MythArc involving an AlternateUniverse, mysterious "Observers," an ActionGirl, and crazy, off-the-wall happenings right from the get-go. It's quite a MindScrew.
17th Jun '17 11:01:02 PM Eagal
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* SaveBothWorlds

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* %%* SaveBothWorlds



** [[spoiler:[[EnsembleDarkhorse Charlie. Full Stop.]]]]
** [[spoiler: Red!Universe Lincoln Lee.]]



** [[spoiler:Nina Sharp.]]

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** %%** [[spoiler:[[EnsembleDarkhorse Charlie.]]]]
%%** [[spoiler: Red Universe Lincoln Lee.]]
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[[spoiler:Nina Sharp.]]
13th Jun '17 2:54:58 PM Neakal
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* SmallRoleBigImpact: At some point during the episode ''White Tulip'', the MonsterOfTheWeek Alistair Peck has a heart-to-heart with Walter about forgiveness and loss where they discuss the symbolism of the titular flowers. Although Peck {{Retgone}}s himself soon after, he arranges a letter with a white tulip drawing to be delivered to Walter. For the rest of the show, the white tulip is a recurring shorthand for forgiveness and [[spoiler: is pretty much the final shot of the GrandFinale]].
13th May '17 9:03:18 AM SorPepita
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''Fringe'' is a Creator/{{FOX}} ScienceFiction TV series created by Creator/JJAbrams and his compatriots Creator/AlexKurtzman and Creator/RobertoOrci. Other J.J. coworkers from ''Series/{{Lost}}'' and ''Series/{{Alias}}'' are involved as well. Conceptually, it is not unlike ''Series/TheXFiles'', with the primary threat being MadScientist terrorists, instead of an AlienInvasion. In practice it is like ''The X-Files'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Series/{{CSI}}''. Like J.J.'s other shows, it has a slowly developing MythArc involving an AlternateUniverse, mysterious "Observers," an ActionGirl, and crazy, off-the-wall happenings right from the get-go. It's quite a MindScrew.

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''Fringe'' is a Creator/{{FOX}} ScienceFiction TV series created by Creator/JJAbrams and his compatriots Creator/AlexKurtzman Alex Kurtzman and Creator/RobertoOrci.Roberto Orci. Other J.J. coworkers from ''Series/{{Lost}}'' and ''Series/{{Alias}}'' are involved as well. Conceptually, it is not unlike ''Series/TheXFiles'', with the primary threat being MadScientist terrorists, instead of an AlienInvasion. In practice it is like ''The X-Files'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Series/{{CSI}}''. Like J.J.'s other shows, it has a slowly developing MythArc involving an AlternateUniverse, mysterious "Observers," an ActionGirl, and crazy, off-the-wall happenings right from the get-go. It's quite a MindScrew.
5th May '17 7:15:22 AM lampshadeortriangle
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** Agent Amy Jessup was brought in during the Season 2 opening and looked to be bringing in some religious interpretations to the Fringe cases. She appeared in two episodes then was dropped without a word of explanation.

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** Agent Amy Jessup was brought in during the Season 2 opening and looked to be bringing in some religious interpretations to the Fringe cases. She appeared in two episodes episodes, then was dropped without a word of explanation.
2nd May '17 2:17:42 PM effeKtSVK
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* DataCrystal

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* DataCrystalDataCrystal: Data Cubes in ''"The Recordist"'' (5x03)
13th Apr '17 6:04:15 PM nombretomado
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** In the series finale, [[BackForTheFinale the Fringe team uses the entire arsenal of toxins and weapons they've collected over the years]] to StormTheCastle. The camera [[TheSlenderManMythos lingers meaningfully on an Observer who's face has been rendered blank.]]

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** In the series finale, [[BackForTheFinale the Fringe team uses the entire arsenal of toxins and weapons they've collected over the years]] to StormTheCastle. The camera [[TheSlenderManMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos lingers meaningfully on an Observer who's face has been rendered blank.]]
3rd Apr '17 6:16:27 PM Rebu
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*** The audience is reminded forcibly in ''Letters of Transit'' where [[spoiler:he has the excised parts of his brain restored, and promptly becomes starts outwitting ''Observers''.]]

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*** The audience is reminded forcibly in ''Letters of Transit'' where [[spoiler:he has the excised parts of his brain restored, and promptly becomes starts outwitting ''Observers''.]]
3rd Feb '17 6:41:59 AM lampshadeortriangle
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* ApocalypseHow: Class X. [[spoiler: Entire Alternate Earth got destroyed, if not entire Alternate Universe. And Primary is also doomed. Luckily, time travel fixed it.]]

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* ApocalypseHow: Class X. [[spoiler: Entire The entire Alternate Earth got destroyed, if not the entire Alternate Universe. And the Primary Universe is also doomed. Luckily, time travel fixed it.]]



* ArbitrarySkepticism: Peter frequently lampshades whatever weirdness is going on in the current episode, though by halfway through the first series, he stops being actively skeptical and instead simply points the weirdness out.
** In "Unearthed", Walter gets into a heated argument with a ''priest'' over whether "possessions" are a real (but misinterpreted) phenomenon or nothing more than superstition. The man of science and the man of faith are on precisely the opposite sides you'd expect, though Walter points out that the Bible itself contains ''numerous'' instances of such phenomenon occuring.

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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Peter frequently lampshades whatever weirdness is going on in the current episode, though episode. However, by halfway through the first series, he stops being actively skeptical and instead simply points the weirdness out.
** In "Unearthed", Walter gets into a heated argument with a ''priest'' over whether "possessions" are a real (but misinterpreted) phenomenon or nothing more than superstition. The man of science and the man of faith are on precisely the opposite sides you'd expect, though Walter points out that the Bible itself contains ''numerous'' instances of such phenomenon phenomena occuring.



** Examples of the number 47 appearing are:

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** Examples of the number 47 appearing are:appearing:
3rd Feb '17 6:39:46 AM lampshadeortriangle
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** Ultimately, [[spoiler: Walternate]]

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** Ultimately, [[spoiler: Walternate]]Walternate]].
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