Here’s our easteregg and clues round-up for episode 1.05 – “Power Hungry”.
I’ll Be Watching You
The Observer kept up his record of appearing in every episode so far when he stepped out of the elevator just before Joseph Meegar entered. Notice how he’s eyeing up Joseph, indicating that he knows Joseph is the source of the next “Pattern” event.
Unlock Your Hidden
The “Unlock Your Hidden Potential” poster was the “Power Hungry” clue that was planted in the previous episode. We get two good looks at the advertisement and the other ads that could also be related to ‘off the grid clinics’ luring people into human experimentation procedures.
A Steaming Mug Of INtREPUS
It is believed that the clue for next weeks episode 1.06 is on the red mug with the word INtREPUS. According to the fans at Fringe-Forum, INtREPUS stands for “Interfere” or “Hot-blooded”. If they’re correct then episode 1.06 will have something to do with ‘hot’ ‘blood’.
This is a fun observation. The word “powder” is written on the box (A). There’s actually a film of the same name which is about a guy who can control electricity – kinda like our friend Joseph Meegar. But the real fun comes from the observable similarities between Powder‘s Jeremy “Powder” Reed (inset – B) and The Observer from Fringe. Take a look!
I Can See A Rainbow
The ‘green, green, green, red’ pattern also made another appearance in this episode – this time in the flares from Olivia’s flashlight. Here’s a screencap of the other appearances.
What Do We Do? LOLz, What Don’t We Do!
Massive Dynamic may have been absent again from this latest episode – except just like episode 1.04, their logo appeared in the background. This time on a poster in Jacob Fischer’s clinic. Does this link Fischer to Massive Dynamic?
We Blue-It Would Happen
Another favourite also made it’s appearance in this episode – the blue lights which have appeared in the majority of the previous episodes made a blinding return during Olivia’s chase with Joseph Meegar. You can find more info and speculation on the blue light phenomenon here.
Thanks once again to the Fringe-Forum community for many of the screencaps and information used in this post!