Daily Poll: UnBELLievable?

Cortexiphan? Um, nope, doesn't ring a bell..

It may have taken a lifetime, but Olivia finally got the chance to meet her maker in what was one of the stand-out scenes of a momentus episode of Fringe.

William, or Willum, presented himself as the great protector, the visionary who meant no harm. But as Olivia pointed out, he has caused a lot of damage to a lot of people.

So far, Olivia has followed Bell’s instructions, although her efforts in preventing the shapeshifters from finding the head of their leader ended in bitter failure.

But going forward, what do you think Olivia should do – should she trust William Bell and continue to follow his instructions? Should she kick him to the curb?  Or, should she do a bit of both, depending her mood-ometer? Feel free to let us know what you think by voting in the poll, and then keep track of the show to see if your prediction turns out to be the correct one.

Should Olivia TRUST William Bell?

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  1. Erin says

    To me, Leonard Nimoy is unbelievable as Bell, period. It’s not his fault, but I really can’t see him as anyone else but Spock, especially since 1) he was so recently in the Star Trek movie and, more importantly, 2) Peter discussed Star Trek and Spock with Emmanuel Grayson (1.19). It’s presents sort of a conundrum/inconsistency. I know I’m supposed to suspend belief, but it’s a big pet peeve of mine.

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  2. FlashWriter says

    We still don’t know Bell’s motives. He SEEMS sincere. I’m sure Olivia hopes he’s sincere, but, like Olivia, I just don’t trust him.

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  3. mlj102 says

    At this point, Olivia’s in one of those positions where she really doesn’t have any choice but to trust Bell. Considering all that’s at risk, she can’t afford to not trust him. Only time will tell if he really is someone she should listen to and work for, or if she should get out quickly. But until then, it’s going to be one small step at a time.

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