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Fringe, “Neither Here Nor There” (4.01)

An FBI agent’s partner dies after his skins turns transparent. He then discovers the existence of the FBI’s Fringe Division. No, this isn’t the Fringe pilot. Yes. It’s the Season 4 premiere. I know. Read the review after the jump… Advertisements

Fringe, “The Last Sam Weiss”/”The Day We Died” (3.21/3.22)

Fringe wraps up the season by changing everything. And then changing everything again. Read the review of the last two episodes of season 3 after the jump…

Fringe, “6:02 AM” (3.20)

The end begins. Review after the jump…

Fringe, “Lysergic Acid Diethylamide” (3.19)

How would Inception look if you were on LSD? Apparently, like a cartoon. Read the review of Fringe’s most trippy episode yet after the jump…

Fringe, “Stowaway” (3.17)

Mr. Bell is back from the grave while someone wishes they could go there. Read the review after the jump…

Fringe, “Os” (3.16)

Sorry for the late review. (Insert strained joke about being light-headed.) Alright, let’s finish this so I can watch this week’s episode! (I decided not to, just for you.) Read the review after the break…

Fringe, “6B” (3.14)

Yes, I’m half a week late but this is also my week off. So enjoy this review after the jump, you slave drivers…

Fringe, “Concentrate and Ask Again” (3.12)

Is blue powder sucking all the bones out of people’s bodies in this week’s Fringe, or is it really just a severe lack of calcium? Have yourself a glass of milk and read the review after the jump…

Fringe, “Reciprocity” (3.11)

In this episode, we learn how Peter holds a grudge. The answer: Badly. Read the review after the jump…

Fringe, “The Firefly” (3.10)

“Give me the keys and save the girl.” – Peter Baldie and Company are back as Fringe makes its way to Fridays. Read the review for the first episode of the year after the jump…