1.20 “There’s More Than One Of Everything” – Fringie of the Week

There's More Than One Of Everything - Fringie of the WeekThe time has come to vote for your final Fringie of the Week for season 1. Who was your favourite character performer from the season finale – “There’s More Than One Of Everything”?

Here are the standings going into the final vote – A victory for either of the Bishop Boys will give them joint ‘overall’ victory with Olivia Dunham. If Dunham gets your vote, she’ll win the season out-right.:

  1. Olivia Dunham (7 wins)
  2. Peter Bishop / Walter Bishop (6 wins each)
  3. The Observer/Meegar’s Mom/ The Child (1 win each)

Click past the jump to make your vote:

1.20 "There's More Than One Of Everything" - Fringie of the Week

  • Walter Bishop (38%, 54 Votes)
  • Olivia Dunham (23%, 33 Votes)
  • Peter Bishop (22%, 31 Votes)
  • William Bell (5%, 7 Votes)
  • The Observer (5%, 7 Votes)
  • Nina Sharp (3%, 5 Votes)
  • David Jones (3%, 4 Votes)
  • Astrid Farnsworth (1%, 2 Votes)
  • Phillip Broyles (1%, 1 Votes)
  • Charlie Francis (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 144

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This poll will close Tuesday May 19 2009 at 5PM EST.


  1. Bishop Takes Queen says

    Peter’s my favorite character, but he hasn’t exactly been the integral piece to much this past season. Olivia and Walter certainly deserve their spots as the top two “Fringies of the Week” for Season 1.

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  2. Bishop Takes Queen says

    Speaking of which…I love looking at Anna Torv, but dear God is Olivia a boring character. I grew very tired of the primary focus on her in Season 1. She’s just so dull…especially when compared to the wonderful Walter Bishop.

    Walter is easily the best fictional character on TV.

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    • Page 48 says

      Olivia IS a boring character. Whereas the iconic Sydney Bristow rocked “Alias” with confidence, style and swagger, the businesslike Olivia brings the polar opposite in “Fringe”. They brought in her even more boring sister and cutey-pie niece to humanize her and give her a warm, fuzzy side and she’s still boring.

      Sydney threw parties, she dressed up like Alice (of Wonderland fame) on Halloween, she hosted Thanksgiving Dinner, she laced up the skates, she went to the driving range, she ran laps with Will, hit the bars with Francie. In short, aside from being a righteous spybabe, she was a young woman (same age as Olivia) who took part in young woman activities. Olivia is a homebody who, so far as we know, does nothing outside of work. Sure, she used to frequent the No Tell Motel with Scott, but that’s all behind her now.

      Let’s face it though, Broyles is every bit as dull as Olivia, but he delivers a killer scowl and holds back vital information, so he’s a keeper.

      As for Walter being the best fictional character on TV? I’m not feelin’ it. He may have the highest fictional IQ on TV, but he’s too much the clown to be a serious contender in that category. “Fringe” scored a 2nd season, but there is much work to be done before we hand out any ‘best’ awards. Currently, you can look to some other Bad Robot characters like John Locke or Benjamin Linus or James Sawyer to find more deserving candidates.

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  3. playe says

    You have just confirmed everything, Peter’s character doesn’t matter. only olivia and walter. They should have fired Josh and not Kirk. The writers sure as hell do not give a shit about anybody else but that overrated John Noble.

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    • Bishop Takes Queen says

      Calm down…Peter is very important to the mythology thus far, but Season 1 was all about fleshing out Olivia, for the most part. Walter is essential because his work with Bell is the backbone to the entire plot. Their “fringe science” is what this show is all about, so of course Walter will also get a great emphasis.

      I’m sure Peter’s due will come. The tombstone at the end of 1×20 tells us that. Big things are in store…

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