Last week's Fringe
saw both sides working together to solve this creepy case of a serial killer from the other side who only wants to be happy. They thought they would get the killer's doppelganger from our side to help them out, but he ended up being a victim. And then the killer paid the ultimate price by dying -- out of guilt, after getting his doppelganger's happiest memories.
Confused? Well, bottom line is, little choices profoundly change your life. And, even if you take away something from someone and make him forget that he had it in the first place, the loss will affect him. In true Fringe tradition, it ties in perfectly to still-missing Peter Bishop.
Speaking of Peter, he's still bleeding through, as the Observers put it, and while Walter's done everything to make the hallucinations stop, Peter just won't relent. And in tonight's Fringe
, these hallucinations will drive Walter to the edge, which leads us with this: will he finally snap?
First, let's go to John Noble for his take on all that Walter's going through. John?
Thank you, John. John Noble, reporting from the set of Fringe. Our universe.
Now, to tonight's episode, which will revolve around a mysterious figure that kills victims -- and leaves them in an advanced state of decomposition just hours after their death. Very Fringe-y case, indeed. And the case involves kids, which (as the photo up there suggests) might keep Walter grounded for a bit. I'm betting that it'll all remind him of Peter, however, and it all still leads us with this: will he finally snap?
Fringe returns tonight from 9pm on Fox. Keep watching, kids, we need this show to stick it out!
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