What cold, dystopian universe will Fringe show us next? Two videos for this week's Fringe episode, "Letters of Transit," give us some clue.
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Over the past week, the devious marketing geniuses at Fringe
have been putting out a series of four videos promoting this week's trippy and bizarre episode, "Letters of Transit." For those fans who are very obsessed and/or have a lot of time on their hands, the videos contained embedded clues that eventually spelled out the URL for a fifth video.Click here to watch the Fringe teaser videos
So what's in this mysterious video? As it turns out, Fringe
has given us another special title sequence for "Letters of Transit." And it is very
interesting. Check it out below:
Instead of Fringe
's normal, odd, pseudoscientific concepts, the words running past in this title sequence are far more societal. They are:
- Private Thought
- Due Process
- Free Will
Are these ideals taken away from humanity by the Observers (or whatever)? Are they things to be promoted in this new universe? And what's with the brain-synapse, work-camp, 1984
What does this all mean about the Observers' apparent reign of terror (or whatever) in 2036? No clue. But it's probably not good.
Want to know more about the episode? We don't have a lot to give you, but there is the promo video for Fringe
episode 4.19, "Letters of Transit." That at least gives you a little bit of information.