FRINGIE OF THE WEEK: 4.03 Alone In The World


Fringie of the Week gives you the chance to vote for your favorite character performance from 4.03 — “Alone In The World”.

Olivia came top of the One Night In October” poll with 40% of your votes. John McClennan came second with 26%. While Walter came third with 16%.

Here are the official standings after one episode of season 4:

  1. Olivia — 4pts
  2. September & Walter – 3pts
  3. John McClennan – 2pts

FOTW: 4.03 Alone In The World

  • Walter (59%, 247 Votes)
  • Aaron (20%, 86 Votes)
  • Olivia (13%, 54 Votes)
  • Lincoln Lee (4%, 18 Votes)
  • 'Peter' (2%, 7 Votes)
  • Gus (1%, 5 Votes)
  • Astrid (0%, 1 Votes)
  • Broyles (0%, 1 Votes)
  • Dr. Sumner (0%, 1 Votes)
  • The Observer (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 420

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Poll closes when 4.04 begins.


  1. jophan says

    It would be nice to give the kid a nod, but it’s got to be Walter. Just the scene with Broyles was enough.

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  2. Belle says

    I considered voting for Gus, because a lonely semi-sentient fungus is kind of awesome; and I almost voted for Lincoln because of how well he handled being attacked by the semi-sentient fungus (not to mention going with it when Walter named the thing), but in the end, I had to vote for Walter, for the disturbing yet heartbreaking attempt at self-lobotomy.

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  3. Flip says

    3 episodes, nothing explained, no links, nothing new … seems we are just postponing things to create more episodes after all … disappointed.

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  4. matt says

    that kid was a great actor

    also, based on what we’re given to put together about Gus, I like Gus. he totally helped that kid out. it’s not like he had to feed or anything, he just kicked some a** for the kid, had his back, if you will (though we don’t have enough info really to speculate whether or not he may have had some uncouth plans for the future…)

    You can really tell this was David’s 1st episode as a FRINGE writer. (thought I really liked it) it had a lot of loose ends in places FRINGE doesn’t usually have them, which kinda made it feel alien – for example, what the hell is Gus and why doesn’t anyone, especially Walter, care, never mind find him fascinating and want to try to communicate with this creature and, should they exist, its relatives? among other things. just small things that I don’t even necessarily want to explore further, but seemed oddly out of place to me)

    all of which leads me to –> John Noble is the man!

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  5. Observette MARCH says

    John Noble is a master of emotional range and extraordinary acting. WALTER is the diamond-cherry on top of this amazing show.

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