Fringe Observations: 3.14 6B


Welcome to Fringe Observations: the comprehensive clues and easter eggs round-up for episode 3.14 6B”.

We dive deep into the mythology, symbolism and resonating factors to explore the meaning and unlock the interconnected mystery of Fringe.

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  1. says

    The Rosencrantz building is possibly a reference to the Tom Stoppard play “ Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead“.

    It’s exactly what they’re doing. Here’s the first scene:

    The play opens with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern betting on coin flips. Rosencrantz, who bets heads each time, wins ninety-two flips in a row. The extreme unlikeliness of this event according to the laws of probability leads Guildenstern to suggest that they may be ‘within un-, sub- or supernatural forces’.

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