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>Fringe – 3.14 6B Promotional photos


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>New Fringe twist (Spoiler)

>Fringe star Jasika Nicole has revealed details about an upcoming storyline on the show.

The actress told the New York Post that viewers will soon see characters from the alternate world cross over into the regular universe.

“You’re going to start seeing [them] in our universe for the first time,” she explained. “We’ve seen it the other way, but it’s going to start happening [that] way around pretty soon. It’s limitless. I’m assuming if there are two worlds, [then] there are an unlimited number of worlds.”

She also speculated that the sci-fi drama may begin to explore time travel in more detail, following the recent revelation that the Observer (Michael Cerveris) is able to cross the time stream.

“What would it mean for someone to come back from the past who had passed away?” she asked. “It makes me think that [issue] might be coming up in future shows, but I don’t know for sure.”

Fringe continues on Fridays at 9/8c on Fox.


>Fringe 3.15 Six Months Later – short press release


FRINGE (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) – “6 Months Later”
In a follow up to last season’s “Peter” flashback episode, the all-new “Six Months Later” episode revisits a poignant period of time for both the Bishops and Olivia.

>Recap – ‘Fringe’: ‘Reciprocity’ (Digital Spy)

>The Fringe team arrive at a government facility where Massive Dynamic has assembled Walternate’s machine. While the device has no obvious power source, Peter’s presence causes it to activate. The team returning to Massive Dynamic, where chief scientist Dr. James Falcon runs tests on Peter. Meanwhile, Broyles explains that computer experts have gained access to Fauxlivia’s laptop, but that it contains one dense file with no obvious decryption code. He enlists Astrid’s help to crack the code, but instructs her to remain discreet, since the file contains personal details about Fauxlivia’s relationship with Peter.

Olivia and Broyles are called to a crime scene and find the corpse of a shapeshifter. They discover that the name of the man the shapeshifter was impersonating, Michael Baird, is in Fauxlivia’s file. Broyles believes that there is a mole inside their department, tracking down the shapeshifters from the information in Fauxlivia’s file and permanently silencing them.

A number of Massive Dynamic employees and FBI agents are made to undergo a high-tech lie-detector invented by William Bell. All suspects are proven innocent, but the team discovers that Dr. Falcon left work early. The FBI storm Falcon’s home, but they are too late and the scientist – now revealed as a shapeshifter – has already been killed. When Falcon’s body is taken to the lab, Walter finds blood under his fingernails, suggesting that the killer is human.

Narrowing the list of suspects who had access to Fauxlivia’s file by blood type, the team come up with one suspect: Massive Dynamic scientist Brandon. However, Brandon takes the lie detector test and is also proven innocent. Meanwhile, a terrified shapeshifter is hunted through the streets and murdered by the real killer, Peter Bishop. Believing Peter to have returned to Massive Dynamic to undergo more tests, Walter is shocked when Nina calls him to enquire about his son’s whereabouts. Walter begins to suspect that Peter is the killer and confirms his suspicions by entering his son’s bedroom, finding a copy of Fauxlivia’s file with the names of the murdered shapeshifters highlighted.

At Walter’s lab, Olivia overcomes her unease and reads Fauxlivia’s file. She manages to crack her doppelganger’s code – a system based around their shared childhood nickname ‘Olive’ – and uncovers the name of the final target, Zack Alpert. Meanwhile, Peter hunts down and kills Apert, but is interrupted by Walter, who has also tracked the shapeshifter down. Peter explains that he has been killing the shapeshifters to retrieve their data disks, in an attempt to learn more about Walternate’s machine, but Walter is shocked by his son’s cold-blooded actions. Olivia and Broyles arrive at Alpert’s home sometime later, but Walter and Peter have vanished, leaving the shapeshifter’s corpse behind.

That night, Olivia is frustrated that the killer completed his mission and that their identity remains a mystery. As she departs the Bishop home, Walter shares a terrifying theory with his son. He believes that just as Peter activated the machine, so the machine has triggered something in him, turning him into a weapon.

Back at Massive Dynamic, Brandon explains to Nina that he has tracked down three copies of a book about the First People – the ancient race who originally constructed Walternate’s device. While conducting his search, Brandon has learned that William Bell tried to track down the same books several years earlier. As the episode concludes, Peter stares darkly into his bedroom mirror, his face superimposed with an image of the mysterious machine that is now controlling him.


>’Fringe’ ‘Reciprocity’ Recap and Review: The Mystery of the Shape Shifters


Fringe continues to stick to this universe as it explores Peter (Joshua Jackson) and his relationship to the machine. On Friday, January 28th, the FOX drama aired “Reciprocity,” an episode that seemed to have two story lines until they inevitably crashed together.
What is the relationship between Peter and the doomsday machine?
As previewed, “Reciprocity” focused a great deal of the hour on Peter. In the first few minutes of Fringe, Peter walked into Massive Dynamic where scientists were working on piecing together the first people’s doomsday machine. Until that moment, the machine didn’t work. It wasn’t reacting to power sources and couldn’t transmit power.
But then the machine starts moving, drawing office objects closer–and Peter’s nose starts bleeding. So starts the tests on Peter to find out how he’s connected to the doomsday machine. Yet, Dr. James Falcon (Charles Parnell) can find no relation. Peter is in perfect health.
That doesn’t stop Walter (John Noble) from worrying about Peter. Also as previewed, Walter turns to Nina (Blair Brown) for help. She finds some serums that could rejuvenate his brain. Yet, Walter takes a serum intended for chimpanzee brains first. While it doesn’t help him much, it provides some much-need comic relief.
Who’s killing the shape shifters on Fringe?
While Peter is going through all sorts of tests, Olivia (Anna Torv) is called to duty. Someone is killing shape shifters, all of whom are in Faux-Livia’s computer, which Astrid (Jasika Nicole) has been working on. The killer is also removing the data storage disks.
The team agrees: Walter-net seems to be cleaning up loose ends. After all, they assume the shape-shifters know something about his plans with the doomsday machine.
As they sort through a long list of names, they realize that whoever is killing the shape shifters has been in Faux-Livia’s computer. That means they have a mole. Yet, a search at Massive Dynamic and the FBI leads to nothing but a false lead.
Then a woman is chased down an alley. She shape-shifts, and the killer appears. Here is where the two story lines collide. The killer is none other than Peter.
The first person to realize this is Walter. After a distressing call from Nina, he goes into Peter’s room and realizes Peter discovered a letter substitution code among the files. Wanting to protect his son, yet again, he finds Peter in the home of a shape-shifter, a shape-shifter who has been expecting Peter. The two are rolling around on the floor when Walter walks in.
Peter wins, but he’s clearly not himself as Walter looks on. “They’re soldiers, Walter,” Peter says to explain his actions. “They’re here to kill us.” Peter also says he’s tired of being reactive and he’s been looking for information. He’s found none on the disks, but he thinks he’s done no wrong. As Walter points out, if he’s doing nothing wrong, then why didn’t he tell the team?
Even after the confrontation between Fringe son and father, Peter doesn’t tell Olivia. She’s left stunned that they were always one step behind, but she doesn’t connect the dots. Things are definitely more distant between Olivia and Peter than ever before.
So, how is the machine related to Peter’s killing spree? Walter has his own theory, one that explains the episode title Reciprocity. “Every relationship is reciprocal,” Walter explained. The machine changed Peter and weaponized him.
The future of Fringe
That relationship between man and machine is obviously not over. As the season continues to unfold, more will be revealed about Peter’s role on Fringe. To do this, viewers should expect more flashbacks to Peter’s childhood on the other side, as the show explores why Peter is so special.
Other spoilers were hinted at toward the end of the episode. Massive Dynamic has now collected three more ‘First People’ books. They’re in three different languages but basically say the same thing. The important part of this book search though? William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) did the same exact search just a few years prior. With that reintroduction and reference to Bell, viewers can now look for him to appear in future season three episodes.

>Fringe – 3.02 The Box promotional photos


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>Fringe – 3.12 Concentrate and ask again Canadian promo