FRINGE: 4.22 Brave New World: Part 2 — Sneak Peek

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A new sneak peek from the concluding part to tonight’s Fringe season 4 finale has arrived. Check it out below..

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  1. says

    I have to say that I like Peter and Oivia as a couple. Yes, I’m a shipper through and through, but I tend to loose interest once a couple get together; not at all with Peter and Olivia. The writers handle this relationship very well.

    I am glad they immediately addressed Olivia’s super powers. Also, loved how Peter put up his hand stepped back to Olivia’s ‘let me get that . . . ‘ . I do like Peter — “Yes ma’m”. :)

    I must say, I’m really looking forward to this episode. I just hope it’s not a ridiculous cliffhanger . . . I don’t think i can take another Peter doesn’t exist type.

    p.s., @Kate, you so make me laugh. Thank you.

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    • chiquitanikkicita says

      I agree with you about how the writers handled their relationship. I am the exact same way. I usually lose interest in couples, sometimes even the show, once they get together. That’s what happened with me and the Office. I stopped watching shortly after Pam and Jim got married.

      Can’t wait for the finally! :D

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    • DeepRunner says

      I think the reason the interest is ongoing (among shippers and other folks) for Peter and Olivia is because, as characters, each has sacrificed for the other. There was always interest between the two, if not between the two actors, for the relationship. Peter bargaining with Nina to help Olivia bag Intrepid Pharmaceuticals guy. Olivia going Over There to bring Peter back. Peter climbing into the machine and disappearing after seeing the future and taking a chance to get back to Olivia. Also, Peter grew as a character this season (some may disagree). He loved (more than the feeling, the ACTION) the people who he knew but who were frightened of him, and did not let his hurt feelings canker. Olivia is still The Original Dunham, but her character has grown this season, too. (Anna Torv deserves an Emmy. Hope she gets it this year.)

      Plus, except for 4.15, the P/O relationship has, for the most part, been understated, and in the last several episodes, not been evident because they have not had much screentime together. And their characters are eminently likable. I think it also helps that the third member of The Big Three is there. Walter provides a good and powerful balance that doesn’t allow the P/O thing to dominate the stage.

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    • Scott42444 says

      I’ll give you 44 minutes of them (plus a Sprint commercial starring your favorite Fringies) in less than 7 1/2 hours.

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  2. Mancha says

    I’ve already watched this sneak peek a dozen times or more already… I need more now… I need more P/O… :D

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  3. Mancha says

    I need more sneak peeks now! Especially more P/O! It’s gonna drive me crazy! Bring on the finale goodness!

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  4. Scott42444 says

    I got 5 bucks that says they aren’t going to have a chance to run those tests. Also, Walter should market his cortexiphan cake (improving the flavor first, of course) as a trick birthday cake. Imagine the look on your unsuspecting grandfather’s eyes when his trick candles that keep lighting back up are followed by a cake that refuses to be cut into slices! If only he still owned Massive Dynamic, he could use their existing distribution arm.

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    • TW says

      Walter should be in peril the entire episode. So I’m not sure how they’ll give the reveal directly. However, if they don’t blame her “tripled” abilities on having a little cortexi-tot inside of her, I don’t know what they’re going to attribute it to. The baby is arguably making her hormonal and perhaps emotional, but also bringing to the surface her motherly and protective instincts, so her Cortexipowers are heightened since she is looking out now not just for her and Peter’s “love” …. but her child and the *child’s father*. She is beginning to respond to this.

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      • D says

        Sorry TW – I replied to something above before reading your post … Oh well, hope you believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!

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        • TW says

          No worries ^_^. We’re all watching the same show, so some of us will come to the same conclusions lol :-)

          Or what if we’re not all watching the same show ? *cue Fringe opening sequence* lol

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  5. willg says

    I had a thought that is a little off topic to this sneak peek. Walter said the cortexiphan had a little known side effect which is temporary tissue regeneration. If it is temporary does that mean what it regenerates does not last and healing would only be temporary. What implications does that have if Astrid or Olivia, as been proposed often here, need it to survive somehow?

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  6. DeepRunner says

    * So, when Walter runs those tests, will he find that Etta is on her way?

    * Peter calling her Liv…cool, but something he never did before this season.

    * It’s a long haul until the fall. Make it Fringe-tastic tonight.

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    • Fabi says

      “Peter calling her Liv…cool, but something he never did before this season”
      In fact, he already did it, in episode 4×16, after they got back together and they were talking in her apartment. That was the first time he called her Liv.

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