Fox has released the latest in their ‘Noble Intentions’ series of videos for “The Plateau”, and clips featuring “Walter and Peter” and “Over There”. We’ve also reposted the videos for the previous two ‘Noble Intentions’ and “The Weapon”.
Head past the jump where you’ll find the videos.
Fox has released a deleted scene from the Fringe season 3 premiere episode – 3.01 “Olivia”, which you can watch below the jump.
Welcome to a new season of Fringe Observations: Fringe Bloggers comprehensive clues and eastereggs round-up from both universes.
To be honest, it’s more than that. This isn’t granny’s easteregg hunt (although bring her along). We delve deep into the worlds of Fringe to explore, recover and examine both the intentional clues planted by the Fringe overseers, and the subconscious elements that are almost innately hidden in the DNA of the story.
We do our best to guide you through the various clues, symbolism and resonating factors, so that you can enjoy it simply on a surface level, or empower your minds with the deeper serialized mechanics of the story, if you so choose. If you wish to extract the most from the journey, all that we ask is that you come with an open mind and the spirit of a Jedi Warrior. Feel free to question and share your minds, bring logic and imagination, and most importantly, Twizzlers. Hopefully you’ll emerge from these adventures with an even fuller understanding and appreciation of the story, as together, we unlock Fringe – two universes at a time.
Below the jump we navigate the meaning of: 3.01 “Olivia”.
Joshua Jackson talks Fringe in a video interview, behind the scenes footage from last week’s “Olivia” and this Thursday’s “The Box” episodes, and find out how you can crack the Fringe glyphs in half the time using just your iPhone and your eyes.
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It’s back! The universe heard your screams and has delivered a brand new season of Fringie of the Week. The popular weekly poll gives Fringe fans the chance to vote for their favorite character performance from the most recent episode – 3.01 “Olivia”.
Last season Olivia won her second Fringie of the Season award (having shared season 1 victory with Walter) as she edged out Walter and Peter in the overall rankings. But with a new season comes new dynamics and even more characters. Will queen Dunhamnator hold onto her crown, or will other Fringies rise up to steal your affections?
Head past the jump to vote and support your favorite character performance from this episode, and in the process we’ll get a sampling of who the fanbase responded to the most.
Welcome to our review for episode 1 of Fringe season 3 – “Olivia”.
In this review we take a completely honest look at the good and not so good aspects of the episode. We find out what answers were provided and what mysteries remain unresolved. We take an in-depth look at the other aspects of the episode that made an impression on us, before rounding off the review with our final thoughts and episode rating.
Good morning! Welcome to Saturday. We have a couple of Fringe videos to get your weekend off to an intriguing start.
Anna Torv talks openly about that scene with mother Dunham from the Fringe season 3 premiere. While John Noble talks about the new season of the show, describing Walternate as a “scary character” with “Donald Rumsfeld” characteristics, and hints at the possibility of “Brown Betty” – the sequel. That sound was either your heart leaping for joy, or the collapse of the universe.
Head past the jump where you can watch both of these videos, and a clip of the Observer, who doesn’t half get around.