1.10 “Safe”


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EXTRAORDINARY BANK ROBBERIES LINK UNEXPECTEDLY TO WALTER AND ENDANGER THE LIFE OF ONE OF THE TRIO ON “FRINGE” TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, ON FOX

While investigating a series of bank robberies, Olivia, Walter and Peter are shocked to find one of the suspects inexplicably trapped inside a vault wall as if it solidified around him. Walter realizes that the high-tech thieves have figured out a way to defy the law of physics and that, much to his dismay, the crooks are after something of his. As the ongoing investigation unfolds and the mystery deepens, the perilous situation climaxes when a member of the trio is ambushed in the all-new “Safe” episode of FRINGE airing Tuesday, Dec. 2 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FR-110) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles; Kirk Acevedo as Charlie Francis; Mark Valley as John Scott; Blair Brown as Nina Sharp; Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth

Guest Cast: Chance Kelly as Mitchell Loeb; Paul Fitzgerald as Ryan Eastwick; Darby Totten as ND Agent; Matthew Martin as ND Agent; Angel David as Raul Lugo; Vince Capone as Evan McNeil

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  1. Page 48 says

    Finally, a taste of what COULD be if “Fringe” would just admit that it should go serial. This, IMO, was the best of season, so far. Can you believe that Olivia is actually, really actually in danger? Missing, for crying out loud. Missing and in danger. I love danger.

    Also noteworthy from my POV was the bar scene with Peter and Olivia. Personality is a good thing. The first two whiskies were all business, but then they decided to get a table and let their hair down. Hell, I would have joined them but I don’t know any card tricks.

    I mentioned on another blog that Broyles reminds me of one of my old high school teachers, he just dishes out an assignment every week and then disappears to the staff room to listen to his iPod or something. I thought when I watched the pilot that Broyles was a major player in this whole Pattern thing, but he’s just a glorified dispatcher (and a failed disciplinarian). Nice to see he’s taken the rose-coloured glasses off with regards to Nina’s dark side. Last week she was a saint, co-operating fully with the ongoing investigations, but this week, she’s clearly not above suspicion in Olivia’s disappearance.

    Charlie seems to be getting more face time but his purpose in life is calling for backup or cleanup. Astrid is furniture, cow-grooming furniture at that.

    Walter is a breast man. Didn’t need to know that. Walter, DON’T be goofy.

    I think it’s time for “Fringe” to have a big name guest appearance. “Alias” had James Bond himself in a recurring role. Faye Dunaway and Jack Bristow had an excellent sparring match. Christian Slater, Ricky Gervais, Terantino, Ethan Hawke, Kung Foo Carradine…people wanted to be on “Alias” and I would like to see “Fringe” get to a place where people want to appear on it.

    Now, just as “Fringe” gets some momo going for the first time in the season, we get a 6 week break to suck the life out it. I like the “24″ model, where you finish what you start and then take the rest of the year off.

    So, danger, a cliffhanger, recurring bad dudes. Embrace it JJ, build on it, make this the show we’re all hoping it will be.

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  2. says

    Also noteworthy from my POV was the bar scene with Peter and Olivia. Personality is a good thing. The first two whiskies were all business, but then they decided to get a table and let their hair down. Hell, I would have joined them but I don’t know any card tricks.

    Haha, love it : -D

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