FRINGIE OF THE WEEK: 4.01 Neither Here Nor There


Fringie of the Week returns for season 4, giving you the chance to vote for your favorite character performance from 4.01 “Neither Here Nor There.”

Fringie Of The Week 4.01 "Neither Here Nor There"

  • September (30%, 179 Votes)
  • Walter (25%, 152 Votes)
  • Olivia (20%, 118 Votes)
  • Lincoln (17%, 104 Votes)
  • 'Peter' (3%, 19 Votes)
  • Astrid (3%, 19 Votes)
  • Altlivia (1%, 7 Votes)
  • Gene (1%, 4 Votes)
  • Robert Danzig (0%, 1 Votes)
  • December (0%, 1 Votes)
  • Shapeshifter Park (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Shapeshifter Danzig (0%, 0 Votes)
  • January (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Broyles (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 604

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Poll closes when 4.02 starts.

Who gets your vote as providing the best value in the time they had? Who is your FOTW?


  1. says

    September unexpectedly stole the show. September’s strange, but endearing quirks always win me over. Both mischievious and naive, like a child.

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  2. J.P. says

    For me, it’s a complete tie between September, or Walter. But, because Walter’s always the show-stealer, I’m gonna give this one to September. Michael Cerveris’ best performance, as of yet.

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  3. Peter Bishop Must Die says

    Goes to show you that some people will vote for Peter no matter what. Even if he’s only in the episode for .5 seconds.

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  4. Anita says

    Don’t ask me how but I forgot all about September! πŸ˜›

    I voted Walter because he was the first to remember Peter yay! Makes sense that Olivia Over There remembered Peter first as that was her strongest tie and that Walter was the first to remember Peter because that is the strongest Peter-relationship. So stronger for Olivia because it’s her strongest relationship but more likely to be Walter who remembers out of everyone because he has the strongest connection and LOSS of Peter.

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  5. Ben says

    I voted for Walter because John Noble showed us a different kind of damage than the one we were used to even in season 1. But I could see myself voting for September, easy. He had the most rousing, heroic moment of the week,

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  6. Samuel says

    September!!! This will finally be the first time he bests the other main casts XDD

    Oh, and BTW, how did you know that new Observer’s name is January???

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  7. layla says

    i think this is the last time i m gonna vote for peter. i just did it out of pity.

    let me explain:

    joshua jackson is a very very intelligent person, great charisma, is the funniest of the whole cast (see for example the bloopers and the comic con), has very great theory’s about the show and for someone who is part of the 3 leads of the show , who witnesses that his co-stars get praised and awarded , he stays very cool and humble.
    that shows that he has a great personality and isnt a jealous type.


    as an actor???

    he is cringeworthy. for a person who’s been acting since he is about 11 years old is , he is very bad at it. if you are 33 years old and still that’s all you can give as an actor, than you are in the wrong business.
    i read here a lot from people that say that josh hasnt given much to do, thats true, but when he s been given something, he cant deliver. i just dont buy it.
    lincoln for example this past episode, he delivered, i bought it. the way he acted, the way he deliverd his lines , his facial expressions and even him holding a gun and running, suited him.
    i just imagened for a seconde josh in that part ( of lincoln), but i knew that josh just couldnt do it like him
    joshua, when he acts angry for example, he does something with his face that makes me want to turn the tv off. he just but his eyebrows together and than you see a crack in his forehead, its like a 10 years old who is angry because he doesnt get his way. another example when he entered the machine last season and he walked away from olivia, WHY was he smilling. i dont get it, anna was all emotional and he just had a grine on his face. i can give you 100 other examples.

    only in kissing scene and romantic scenes,(apart from that scene that he kissed olivia with his hands on his pockets) he takes the lead , anna just stands there.

    i dont understand that for a guy who is so extravert in real life, who shows so much expressions during interiews, bloopers etc can be so wooden .

    its like when he hears the word “action” he freezes.

    for a person with such a personality , it such a shame.

    i really think he’s a sweatheart, he has the best personality of the cast ( the rest of the cast seems sometimes akward and shy) ,but as an actor, he doesnt come even close to the rest of the cast.

    if dawson’s creek ended in 2003 and they still refere to you as pacey , than there must be something very wrong.

    if he doesnt step it up, after fringe i dont think there will be many job offers to pick from im afraid

    there i said it, i had to do it , because it bothered me for such a long time

    what do you guys think?

    sorry , from my english im from belgium

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    • sVnsilver says

      I believe people are entitled to their opinion. Everyone is brought up differently and value different things, so opposing opinions are bound to happen.

      Such things are really not worth getting upset about. I, for one, really miss Peter’s part in the story. He was/is a very integral part of Fringe’s family unit; and it was his and Walter’s relationship that I liked most about Fringe, admittedly. I hope that dynamic comes to fruition again.

      I think layla brings up some valid points, though might be a bit critical about his acting. Of course that is subjective. But does weigh in positives as Joshua Jackson as a person.

      My standpoint is that I love Peter’s part in Fringe. I love Lincoln Lee’s character and addition to the show. I hope Peter’s back in the game, sooner than later. And most of all I hope the family dynamic is rejuvenated.

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  8. teenymarie says

    Will there EVER be a time where people can vote for WHOEVER THEY DARN PLEASE without somebody insulting and bashing the peter fans and josh/Peter?

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  9. Dessy says

    September, of course.
    Most of the time (especially season 3) it’s Olivia I pick for Fringie of the week, but man she was so unlikable in this episode!
    I know, it’s all to show how she is without Peter, but still. She didn’t have to be so Mean.
    Walter was too adorable and Astrid was… Astrid. Peter was on for about 10 seconds in total, so..
    September it is. He stole the show with this episode. The most interesting parts were easily his scenes.

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  10. Belle says

    Walter was great, but I have to give it to September, for giving emotion to the emotionless and actually telling a random person “I have to erase someone from time.” πŸ˜›

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  11. sVnsilver says

    This suggestion is for Roco (I may bring this up in a future post, because this one may be too buried).

    I’ve always kept up with Fringe episodes by watching the day-after on Hulu. Now with the 8-day delay on Hulu and, I’m unable to participate in some things.. namely these polls on FringeBloggers. I was wondering if they could stay open for a few days longer, so people in my position could participate.

    It’s not a huge deal. If it’s an easy change, it’d be great so us ‘delayers’ can participate.

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  12. sVnsilver says

    Lincoln was the standout performer for this episode. I’ll need to watch it again though, I didn’t notice a lot of things in the episode (I must have been tired).

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