FRINGE: Official Episode 4.10 Press Release

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The official title and description for Fringe Episode 4.10 — “Forced Perspective” — has been released. Head past the jump for the details.

Olivia continues to cope with the ominous warning from the Observers, while Peter and the team track a girl with the mysterious ability to predict death in the all-new “Forced Perspective” episode of FRINGE airing Friday, Jan. 27 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FR 4.10) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles; Blair Brown as Nina Sharp; Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth; Seth Gabel as Lincoln Lee.

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  1. JM says

    It would be very predictable if the observers “ominous warning” to olivia was that she was going to be killed.

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    • number six says

      Completely predictable, but it makes sense after Josh’s comment, that this season is again Olivia’s season. They have to make it about her somehow.

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      • Red Balloon says

        I’m thinking about this Olivia not being our Olivia…and I’m almost certain that this has only been stated by Peter, and he still hasn’t figured out WTFringe is happening, so I’ll just wait for how this new time line turns out to be. As the title says, maybe they’ve been forced into a reality that’s not there, after all, “perception is the key to transformation” :)

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    • Herbert says

      Olivia, was always the focus of the show is a story told about a strong woman on her crazy journey through this new world. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Bishop boys but Olivia really IS the central character and the entire show is founded on her and her being “special.” Now Peter is “special” as well, which is fine because I really do believe that the two of them put together are going to be “the key” to everything

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      • Geoff says

        If the show is about Olivia, Peter is the ground of the show. He is the normal through which we get perspective for the audience.

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        • Dylan says

          He kind of is and he kind of isn’t.

          I mean for one thing he’s a genius and is from another universe lol.

          Add to that, he’s unusually calm about the whole situation he’s in. I just think back to Olivia in the Olivia/Fauxlivia arc in the first third of season 3, she pretty much had a break down. Peter? He seems indifferent to the whole thing, which is a shame because it would have been nice to explore his emotions a little more (the closest I think we’ve ever gotten was the last third of season 2).

          I guess, for all intents and purposes, Peter is our “in” for this season. But the show hasn’t properly had a character like that since the first few episodes of season 1.

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  2. bdp says

    I find it very interesting how they worded it “Peter and the team”, depending on how Olivia handles this ominous warning and what else happens in the upcoming episodes it seems Peter may be taking a much more significant role in the other timeline’s fringe team than what he’s done thus far.

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    • Ben says

      I noticed that too. It would be nice for his sake if that means that Walter is no longer treating him like a cold virus.

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  3. Cortexifan says

    I’m sorry but I’m just going to enjoy it, whether it’s a stand-alone or myth episode. We’ve had enough bad news, don’t you think? The episode hasn’t even aired so I’m going to refrain from judging it.

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    • willg says

      You are so right Cortexifan. Criticism is fine, but I am so tired of anything Fringe does not is not right because people are not happy with the beginning of this season. There is either not enough Peter or too much Peter or not enough Olivia or it’s the wrong Olivia. I wish people would let things play out. All these first episodes are setting up this faster paced latter half of the season. This is a great show. Olivia, I believe was always the focus of the show from the beginning, so things are playing out with that idea in mind. Also cases of the week have always been apart of this show (and many other shows) so this should be no surprise. The case of the week usually tries to incorporate and reflect an overall point in the main arc of the show, though this was not always the case. The writers have not always had it perfect, but overall it is an amazing story and character driven show. Enjoy it and let it flow. It seems the beginning part of the season needed to happen the way it did to set up this coming section of the season. Again I love this show!

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    • Red Balloon says

      Agree and speaking of “enough bad news”…

      Roco: Can you give us the results from the “FRINGECAPS: 4.07 Wallflower”???

      We could really use some LOL moments now :P

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  4. What says

    After the all negativity around wallflower Lincoln has been erased from all new episodes press releases!

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  5. Sean says

    Hey, people said “And Those We’ve Left Behind” would be just another standalone. It turned out to be brilliant. Granted, we might always get another “Snakehead”, but I’ve said it a hundred times and I’ll say it again – trust the writers.

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