The closing scene of Fracture invited us to re-consider the way we view the Observers. Both Gordon’s words of warning and the contents of the briefcase alluded to the idea that the Observers are not only here, but here to exterminate us.
Personally, I think that Gordon’s warning might apply more readily to a different group, as I believe the Observers (certainly “our” Observer) to be guardians, or referee-like figures. But what do you think. Are the Observers the enemy, friends, or neutral figures?
UPDATE: Congratulations to Olivia Dunham and Anna Torv for winning the 2.03 “Fracture” Fringie of the Week with 32% of the total vote. Olivia moves now heads the season 2 leader board with two wins so far this season, whilst Peter has one win.
Welcome toFringie of the Week – the weekly poll where Fringe fans get to vote for their favourite character performance from the latest episode.
The likes of Nina Sharp and Evil Charlie may have been missing from Fracture, but many characters made an impact in this ‘explosive’ episode.
Olivia Dunham joined Peter Bishop at the top of the league table after her victory last week. But who will you choose as your 2.03 Fracture winner? The Fringies need your votes, feel free to make yours count and check back on Thursday when we’ll update this post
Welcome to the FB review of the Fringe season 2 episode 3 – Fracture. In this review I present my honest opinions on both the goodandthe bad aspects of the episode. I also take a look at the answers and unresolved mysteries, before sharing my thoughts on other aspects which may have been overlooked
UNEXPLAINED BOMBS PUT INNOCENT LIVES ON THE LINE AND OUR FBI AGENTS IN A RACE AGAINST TIME ON “FRINGE” THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, ON FOX!
Fringe Division’s Peter, Walter, Olivia and Broyles pursue a strange and deadly occurrence in Philadelphia where a bomb blew up inside a train station but left no trace of any explosive device. The perplexing and unexplained set of circumstances returns Walter to the lab to closely examine the human remains where he uncovers an unlikely energy source that triggered the explosion. With the explosive threat of more bombs and links to a classified military project, the intense investigation leads Olivia and Peter to Iraq in the “Fracture” episode of FRINGE airing Thursday, Oct. 1 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX NETWORK.
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, Blair Brown as Nina Sharp and Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth.