We might as well start calling Olivia as "superhearing girl". But surely that's not all that she can do. Will we find out tonight? Or, should we put a cape on her?
Last week's Fringe
was a bit slow, but there are a lot of questions, still. Shallow, as I once said, like that Sam Wise guy who, in the words of Nina Sharp, "put me together". And then there's the supposedly improving relationship between the Bishops. This week, though, it seems it'll be a bit of the same... except when they fly out.
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The team's still in Pennsylvania, so might as well make the most of it. They're out investigating another odd occurrence, this time in Pennsylvania: a bomb blew up inside a train station, doing all the usual damage, but leaving no trace of the explosive. I can hear Walter's interest level shoot up.
And shoot up it will, because amidst the dead bodies, he'll find an unusual energy source that he thinks triggered the explosion. (So it isn't deliberate?) And then the threat of more explosions start coming in. (It's deliberate.) And then they realize that it's connected to a classified military project, and that leads Livy and Peter back to where they met: Iraq. Bring on Broyles' military background!
And bring on Sam Wise, whoever he may be! He mentioned headaches last week. So she will be able to read minds like Sookie Stackhouse? Must be the medical trials when she was a kid. Fringe
returns tonight from 9pm on Fox.- Henrik Batallones, BuddyTV Staff Columnist(Image courtesy of Fox)