Spoilers: Catch 4 Sneak Peeks From Friday’s Fringe


Four sneak peeks from Friday’s returning episode of Fringe “The Firefly”, embedded after the jump for your future-glimpsing pleasure.

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  1. Aimee says

    Remember in the Pilot when Broyles was explaining the odd events of the Pattern that have happened over the years? He mentioned children that had disappeared and then showed up later; they hadn’t aged a bit. Did this happen to Bobby?

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  2. Pam says

    Breaks my heart to see Olivia and Peter talk! “It was for her”….I don’t think this thing can ever be resolved between the two…..

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    • real1 says

      Actually , am still waiting to hear Peter’s word , but I guess “he doesn’t love her ” comes to my thought more . how many times he will take it’s ok .. it’s fine as a good sign ? ……. and if he is falling for Bolivia .. then less words better !

      I still think that Walter and Bell did change so many children from both universes .. maybe Astrid one of them ?

      And .. I think they want to let us having a heart attack ! I can’t wait to see what will happen .

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  3. mack says

    Anyone want to try and figure out the name of the book. I think the first words are ”If You…” and Im sure the 2nd last word or author’s first name is Peter

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    • real1 says

      If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him! The Pilgrimage of Psychotherapy Patients
      by Sheldon B. Kopp

      Big deal with Bolivia isn’t it ?

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      • lizw65 says

        If that is indeed the real title, it seems like a weird gift for someone you’re dating…I should think an art or humor book would be more appropriate, but that’s just me.

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        • real1 says

          I think it was for herself ! here is the meaning :

          “This admonition points up that no meaning that comes from outside ourselves is real. The Buddhahood of each of us has already been obtained. We need only recognize it. Killing the Buddha on the road means destroying the hope that anything outside of ourselves can be our master. We must each give up the master without giving up the search. The importance of things lies in the way we have learned to think about them. How often we make circumstances our prison and other people our jailers! At our best we take full responsibility for what we do and what we choose not to do. The most important struggles take place within the self.”

          I think Bolivia was trying to treat herself from the betraying !

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        • Peanut says

          I wonder if Peter went to the bookshop owner Markham & asked for a recommendation about a book for a gift for “Olivia”?

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          • real1 says

            2 ways for that : If Bolivia did order it .. that mean she is trying to treat herself from the betraying and Olivia is giving it back to Peter to let him realize what’s the Bolivia .. betrayal …deceptive .. selfish .

            If Peter was ordering it in order to give it as a gift for Bolivia , i will go with lizw65 comment , it’s really weird to give it for your girlfriend while you were thinking that she is doing fine quicker with smile and less intense ;)

            Any way , I just have one question … is Olivia planning to keep the M.I.T t-shirt ? but not the book ? :P

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            • Peanut says

              She could have already given it back to him (off camera). Maybe she can’t bear to give it back?

              I think that she should have wrapped the t-shirt around the book & given both back!

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            • Peanut says

              It makes me curious about Peter & Bolivia’s relationship. They must have gotten into some pretty deep philosophical discussions for him to order that book for her. She seemed to be more of a shallow thinker than that–of course, she could have been pretending to be interested as part of her imposter role.

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              • real1 says

                In this case , Bolivia was trying to understand the human from this side and Peter was trying to help her understand it , maybe he mentioned it for her and she said that she didn’t read it so Peter did order it for her , … am just .. can’t take this whole Bolivia ! ……

                Do you think Peter did try to send any thing for Olivia after the broke ?

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                • Peanut says

                  Peter is avoiding contact with Olivia on a personal level, & she is understandably in the same mode. It may be that having been involved with both Olivias, he needs some perspective on sorting out which one is which before he starts sending flowers, books, candy, etc. Definitely shouldn’t be sending her this book! Think about this: Bolivia is supposed to be coming back–will he be able to tell the Olivias apart then? Maybe his feelings are actually stronger for Bolivia?

                  This is more about the book (from Amazon). I would call it refrigerator-magnet wisdom.

                  1. This is it!

                  2. There are no hidden meanings

                  3. You can’t get there from here, and besides, there’s no place else to go

                  4. We are all already dying and we’ll be dead for a long time.

                  5. Nothing lasts!

                  6. There is no way of getting all you want.

                  7. You can’t have anything unless you let go of it.

                  8. You only get to keep what you give away.

                  9. There is no particular reason why you lost out on some things.

                  10. The world is not necessarily just. Being good often does not pay off and there is no compensation for misfortune.

                  11. You have the responsibility to do your best nonetheless.

                  12. It is a random universe to which we bring meaning.

                  13. You don’t really control anything.

                  14. You can’t make someone love you.

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  4. runpaceyrun says

    I only watched the second clip…..and burst into tears! That scene broke my heart….god the writers are great…and as for Anna and Josh…….AWESOME!Not watching any more. I should’ve learnt from Entrada …..where i massively overdosed on the ‘sneak peaks’ before the episode was aired. I’ll just wait for FringeFriday so that i can see the whole episode in its entirety.

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    • Pam says

      I am on this thursday high and I have to constantly remind myself that Fringe is not on Fridays….it is soo hard to wait, but, I am also very, very said after seeing that Olivia-Peter scene….

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      • LMH says

        I noticed that in the second awkward Peter/Liv scene, above the couple were Olivia’s decorative wooden cranes (previously seen in her apartment).

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  5. Inter-dimensional Dave says

    Pam’s right when Peter and Olivia are together it is uber-uncomfortable. They look more at ease when they are focused on the case at hand. That’s until they are interrupted by a car crash that is. Fringe has a thing for car crashes and shattered glass don’t they?

    Peter said to Walter they were passing through Porter Square which is in Cambridge across the Charles from Boston. A nice little area full of shops and bistros. I prefer Kendall square where the Cambridge Brew house is and where the famous Kendall Square cinema is located. Maybe Peter can take Liv to see a movie there to break the ice. Just don’t make it “Blue Valentine” Pete.

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    • Pam says

      I am not really sure when (if at all) these two will be able to resolve this issue – am also really apprenhensive about how Alt-olivia is going to affect this budding relationship further……

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      • real1 says

        Oh Pam don’t let me start about Bolivia ! … I just can’t think how on earth Peter is not talking , he should do something , regardless of Bolivia’s feeling or loving for him ( if that’s a truth ) Peter should realize that she did deceive him and ruined Olivia’s life . Bolivia could not be a sweetheart ( even if she may hold Peter’s child ) . IMO

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  6. entrada says

    If You See The Buddha, Kill Him
    For 300 years after Buddha’s death there were no Buddha images. The
    people’s practice was the image of the Buddha, there was no need to
    externalize it. But in time, as the practice was lost, people began to
    place the Buddha outside of their own minds, back in time and space.
    As the concept was externalized and images were made, great teachers
    started to reemphasize the other meaning of Buddha. There is a saying:
    “If you see the Buddha, kill him.” Very shocking to people who offer
    incense and worship before an image. If you have a concept in the mind
    of a Buddha outside yourself, kill it, let it go. . . . Gotama Buddha
    repeatedly reminded people that the experience of truth comes from
    one’s own mind.

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  7. megan says

    Ugh watching the Peter/Olivia scene was painful….I wish she would stop saying it’s okay!! I feel so bad for her

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    • Jayne says

      I agree, my heart literally hurts. I know that I need to stop internalizing this relationship, but if it keeps up like this I may actually come to dread this storyline! I just wish that we knew there was some hope on the horizon!!

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  8. Pam says

    It is really interesting how Olivia’s sense of identity has come a whole circle. In Over there, part-2, Olive said to Alt-Livia, “You have to trust me, I am you!” but, now (in marionette), “She is not me, how could you not see that!” Perhaps, the next stage in Olivia’s journey or rather the journey of these two verses is the realization that, just as externalization of the buddha kills the whole purpose, identifying the alter-versions of oneself as another person is in itself a fallacy and, the key to healing both the worlds lies in rising beyond this duality.
    Fringe is really doing an impressive job of asking deeply philosophical questions under the guise of sci-fi

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    • RoughDiamonds says

      Good observation! I was totally playing out these lines for my hubby who thinks I’ve gone bonkers for the show…but is that really such a bad thing?

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  9. RoughDiamonds says

    Argh…knew I should not have touched those play buttons! My heart is already bleeding for P/O. Olivia’s it’s okay seems almost like a nervous defensive mechanism. Peter!!!!!!!! Do something!!!!!!!

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    • Aimee says

      He needs to grab her and give her the kiss of her life. Even if she punches him afterwards! HAHA. They just need to stop this silliness. There may be little time left!

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  10. Pam says

    I have been thinking about this and am quite convinced that Peter is in love with our Olivia only. Remember in over there, when Faux-livia asks him how is she like, his voice falters when he answers and he is seriously hurting because he is away from her. And, in his own words, he came back for her. Now, in Marionette, when he talks about Faux-livia, he has a simmering smile ( he obviously enjoyed the good time he had with her, but, that is about it) – it doesn’t hurt him to be away from her – he is only hurting because he is feeling guilty/ashamed for not being able to tell them apart. I do wish, as Aimee said, that Peter would just throw all caution to the winds and kiss her (I know, I know, fringe is not that cheesy!) The prime issue at hand now is for those two to come to an understanding….

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  11. Anne from France says

    gosh! I have to wait till tomorrow to download the ep. Ahhh, it’s 1am here, night’s gonna be soooo long!

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