FRINGE: Leonard Nimoy & John Noble — Bishop & Bell Part 2

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You’ve observed Bishop and Bell Part 1, now it’s time for the sequel. Leonard Nimoy and John Noble continue their preview of the Fringe Season 4 finale in the player below.

Very mild finale spoiler footage:

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  1. SissySiri says

    Two great men, how wonderful and lucky we are that they are on this show, IMO the best show on TV.

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  2. Scott42444 says

    Glad you love it, Leonard! We love you too! Now, just sign your name on the dotted line 13 more times! We promise we’ll stick you in amber though for at least 1 of them before we cut off your hand.
    I am calling my doctor so he can put me in a medically induced coma for 46 hours! I can’t wait!

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  3. Scott42444 says

    So, is it just the background that they always use for these interviews or do Walter and William have a scene together in Walter’s lab? They keep referring to their “scene” (singular), but I know based on the preview video that they are also on the “beach”, or whatever the heck that is. Also, my favorite scene is coming. That scene that John Noble talked about that sparked a bit of “controversy”. The scene that somehow got misinterpreted to mean “2 different endings”, but is really just that classic Fringe cliffhanger scene that sets up the following season (which John Noble correctly assumed would not be shown if the show wasn’t renewed for another season, because it would be too cruel to the die hards). No matter how many previews we see, no matter how intent we are at watching the shows minute details, it’s the scene that will make our jaws drop and that none of us saw coming. Similar to Peter’s disappearance at the end of Season 3 and the Observer scene that followed.
    I CAN’T WAIT!

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    • TW says

      If it’s something “we never saw coming”, then I’d go out on a limb and say that an alternate version of Peter might show up somehow finally. I might even go so far as to say this alternate version is an Observer-Peter somehow (since we saw Josh Jackson dressed out as one at a comic con or whatever), but this might be pushing “ridiculous” levels lol …

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      • Scott42444 says

        Alright, I got you down as Alternate Observer Peter in the Fringe poll! What does anyone else got? All wild theories welcome! And remember, this is Fringe so wild might be an understatement!

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      • says

        I say, Peter will take the bullet that was meant for Olivia; he will once again sacrifice himself for his ‘true love’. The good part is that Olivia will be able to bring him back to life with her new powers. :)

        Or, Walter could be the causalty . . . when Peter screams NO! in the preview, it could be for Olivia or Walter, the two people who mean the most to him.

        I can’t freakin wait for Fringe Friday!

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    • shidey17 says

      I think the scene in the lab they are referring to is the old Harvard lab in the Redverse in Over There Part 2. They show that scene in the first part of the interview when they keep talking about it.

      As far as tonight’s episode and the cliffhanger, I’m hoping for the best but preparing for the worst.

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  4. WhiskyGeorge says

    He may have enjoyed working with John Noble and working on the show, but he sure as hell didn’t seem to enjoy this interview a whole lot… :|

    I can always tell when someone is uncomfortable at a party.

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    • says

      I think that you may of had one too many shots of whisky George.

      The troublemaking visionary sure looks like he has a twinkle in his eye to me. I wonder if he will ever write a book entitled “I Am Not William Bell.”

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    • SissySiri says

      Different views of things are what make life interesting. I thought they were enjoying the camaraderie. This is also an example of why law enforcement says eye witness accounts are sketchy at best; almost everyone has a different version of the event.

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  5. hsa says

    It is gratifying that Leonard Nimoy came out of retirement because he feels as strongly about Fringe as we do-bottom line, he loves it admires it and wants to be a part of it. Great interview.

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