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As for the agent, I don't see her as a villain. I think she might be of some group opposing the villains. Breaking a pw that easily must mean something.
I also look forward to Francis' role. It's good they gave him that new role because of how things turned out.
Dunham's return and revelations,
the Shape shifter's story,
Walter, his son and the new FBI agent.
I thought, and still think, it was too much to put so much material into a one-hour episode. But the second episode should be better, in terms of content per viewing time
I agree that Francis' role will be something nice to see, considering now he will actually attempt to spy/kill one of the major players in the story.
Last edited by Baron Hugenstein; September 20, 2009 at 04:00 PM.
Woohoo! Fringe is back! <333
But as far as her role, I don't see her as a villain either. I'm assuming the main purpose for her character is to create a love triangle of sorts between her, Peter, and Olivia. Could be wrong, but that's just the feeling I got from her and Peter's interaction.
Last edited by igotthegoods; September 20, 2009 at 11:04 PM.
Well i'm glad joshua jackson is actually getting more screen time and plainly doing something!!!
Now Joshua jackson is a fighter?..?...really? What the heck is he?
He can fight, he has almost the same IQ as his father?..
But the Question that I asked myself, and still ask it is what happened to the Walter from the other universe?
Afterall, The Walter from the other universe got his son stolen by the Walter from the starting universe...so why remain unheard of?
Boring episode if you ask me. It's quite funny how that new female cop is already becoming a background character Anyway, the only interesting thing:
dr. bishop who referred that olivia will not be the same since her parallel universe travel (or at least something alike that) -> I wonder if dr. bishop said this out of a personal experience + that new guy Olivia met at the end
though the opposite would be perfectly possible too
Either scenario is plausible at this point. Walter traveling between dimensions obviously isn't farfetched.
Yes, last episode gave a lot of explanation. I liked it because I couldn't have handled another round of mysteries. Thanks to this episode, the new meeting between Bell and Olivia in particular, we know where this will go to. We get to see - well this is what I believe - the true villain. The end scene with the head attaching to his body: creepy but awesome (he reminded me of voldermort )
Then again, I still presume the new introduced villain is still someone else than the one behind the typing machine
I definitely look forward to more of it.
Last edited by Koen; October 09, 2009 at 01:35 PM.
Bumping this thread, because I just caught up and there were lots of developments...despite the obvious questions, I think this series is a very good one...approaching sci-fi and fantasy from science point of view...
My favorite character is that guy who owns the bowling club and helps Olivia...he's just awesome