FRINGE: 4.15 A Short Story About Love — First Official Photos

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The first official Short Story About Love photos have arrived to tease the return of Fringe.


Fringe EP J.H. Wyman shared the following set photos from “A Short Story About Love”, airing March 23:

Following the recent shocking revelations and emotional events, Peter weighs his options as the Fringe team investigates a killer targeting love in the all-new “A Short Story About Love” episode of FRINGE airing Friday, March 23 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FR 4.15) (TV-14 D, V)

Source: JWFringe | Seriable | Jen

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    • Rick Terry says

      I guarantee ya, he spends at least ten to fifteen minutes on it every day. It takes time to get that messy looks right. But what do I know look at my pic.

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  1. says

    I’m can’t wait for this ep, looks awesome and I wanna see J.H. Wyman directing.

    His hair it’s really not my business but I love it, he has personality

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  2. says

    September’s living quarters are so depressing.
    I guess this home is not where his heart is. Although he has been a very busy observer, with all of the significant historic news clippings.

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    • Rick Terry says

      My question: Why does he even need a home? I mean he can live outside of time, can’t he just go back to the future to go to sleep, and then just jump anywhere, or any-when when he wakes up? You know…?

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  3. DeepRunner says

    OK, so these pictures confirm what I saw in the promo from the end of the last eppy…Peter is not wearing the solid peacoat. He is back in the plaid.

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  4. DeepRunner says

    I think it’s cool that Wyman is directing this episode. As good as the past few have been, I am thinking this one will be off-the-charts excellent. In fact, it would be great if Wyman, Pinkner, and JJ Abrams each did an episode. If season 5 is less likely than Lincoln having charisma (and I hope that there is a fifth season–the writers can take of Lincoln), then it would be perfect to have the Big 3…especially JJ Abrams…directing episodes.

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  5. fedorafadares says

    I’m interested to see Wyman’s vision of a Fringe episode. I’d love to see Pinkner do the same. It gives an interesting insight, I think.

    As for the hair: I don’t care what a guy’s style is, as long as he “owns” it. Wyman “owns” that style and nothing looks as hot as confidence!

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  6. willg says

    In another possible future for us all observer scientists have Wyman’s hairstyle!

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  7. JM says

    Im just gonna post this here as this is the latest post on ‘bloggers.

    -terra nova has been cancelled (better chance for fringe?)
    -alcatraz latest ratings were 3.9/6million viewers (better chance for fringe?)

    thoughts people?

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    • M says

      Those shows shouldn’t have anything to do with Fringe. FOX will only renew Fringe if Warner Bros. lowers its licensing fee.

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      • willg says

        Hey M I am sorry, not trying to bag on Alcatraz. I don’t watch it myself. If several of these fox shows get cancelled though it could help provide some open space for Fringe. Maybe.

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    • DeepRunner says

      The longer it takes them to announce, the better it is for Fringe. Just looking around on the Interwebs, many blogs/online publications are doing write-ups on Fringe, and almost always there is a hope for renewal.

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    • Robert Ariadne says

      Very good news for us. There are only two other genre shows to compete with: Touch and Alcatraz. Considering the ratings for the preview, Touch’ll get renewed. FOX probably doesn’t want to make JJ Abrams angry, so they’ll most likely keep one of his shows around. Alcatraz has faltered in the last few weeks, especially since The Voice premiered on NBC. FOX will have to choose between an underperforming, but reliable show (us) or a new, but mediocre rated show (Alcatraz).
      I hope that, of the two, FOX will pick the one with seniority (us).

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  8. JM says

    @M
    Ive never seen Alcatraz myself, but i was just thinking that because terra nova had such a huge budget and alcatraz costs a lot to make that it would atleast make it more likely that fringe gets renewed, i didnt mean to say i want alcatraz to get cancelled.

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    • M says

      Yeah, I understand. I hope at least one of them gets renewed.

      After a few episodes of Person of Interest, my expectations for Bad Robot were significantly lowered. I wasn’t going to watch Alcatraz, but my mom talked me in to it and now I’m hooked. It’s got a really great flashback aspect like Lost’s first season. I’d recommend watching the pilot. Fringe is better, though.

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      • wikiaddicted723 says

        So far, I think Fringe is probably Bad Robot’s Magnum Opus (I’m sorry if I offend Lost fans, but I’ve never actually seen it so I can’t comment), even if Alcatraz seems to be pretty decent. North America just doesn’t have enough intellectually active people that can enjoy Fringe for what it is. Fringe is unique in that it encourages its viewership to think instead of sitting back and mindlessly waste an hour of their lives in front of the tv (and this might sound harsh but I totally believe trash tv does actually make you shut your neurons down) and I’d hate to see it cancelled before it can be given a proper ending, so the news of Terra Nova’s cancellation is both encouraging and a little scary since it could also be a bad omen for Fox’s sci fi in general.

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        • DeepRunner says

          Bad Robot also did Alias, and that was a pretty remarkable series. In fact, some of the things we have seen in Fringe are variations some of the elements of Alias.

          That said, Fringe is definitely the best of Bad Robot. It will be, I think, a sad day when this show finishes its run. It would be kind of wicked cool if the Big Three could turn it into a movie production.

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        • Robert Ariadne says

          Lost was good at first, but the final season was terrible. There were too many unanswered questions. You might as well just stick with Fringe, but if you’re going to check out Lost, just watch through season five. It would’ve made a perfect finale.

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          • willg says

            I don’t know man I really liked the last season. Lost is my favorite all time show but Fringe is a very close second, and depending on how it ends might surpass Lost for me.

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            • M says

              I also enjoyed the last season of Lost and the ending. I like being able to mull some of the mysteries over and come to my own conclusions.

              This has been my attitude since Prison Break’s fourth season, the most utterly disappointing season of television I’ve ever watched. It tried too hard to resolve everything and the answers they gave felt unplanned and anticlimactic. It was way more satisfying to pretend it never happened and make up my own ending. Lost, on the other hand, is great to re-watch because I picked up on more hints and clues the second time around and was able to come to my own conclusions about what happened.

              Fringe has been a treat because it seems to be resolving most of its mysteries and so far I haven’t been disappointed. They also keep a lot of the minor mysteries unanswered, which leaves room for viewer interpretation. How did future Walter project Peter’s consciousness to his time? Where did that kid in Inner Child come from? What the hell happened to Agent Jessup!?

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          • Rick Terry says

            Truth Robert… You speak truth. Season six was trash compared to the rest of the series…but it is what it is I guess.

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  9. Red Balloon says

    Live+7 DVR Ratings: ‘Modern Family’ Tops Absolute Ratings Gains; ‘Fringe’ Tops % Gains in Week 22

    Rank : #1 FRINGE-02/17
    18-49 L+SD (Rating) : 1.10
    18-49 L+7 (Rating) : 2.00
    Post Airdate Increase (Absolute) : 0.90
    Post Airdate Increase (%) : 81.8% /b

    :)

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