Fringe: The End of All Things

I had a moment of panic watching this episode, when Peter was in Baldo’s mind. I was afraid that Baldo’s speech about his origins and goals was going to get a little…spiritual.

Fringe: Welcome to Westfield

This was the episode I’ve been waiting for. It was engaging, bittersweet, and it set up the framework for the overarching problem of Mr. Jones, the two (three?) universes, and where Peter truly belongs.

Fringe: Forced Perspective

I hate to say it, but the Peter-less universe’s Olivia bothers me. I was cool with her at first. I liked how dark her story got. But this whole Nina thing has made me realize that this Olivia is not nearly as smart as the reg-universe Olivia.

Fringe: Wallflower

I hate to bust out The X-Files as a comparison (well not really), but this show kills The X-Files in monster-of-the-week storylines. (Fringe had already killed The X-Files in overarching stories two seasons ago.)

Fringe: And Those We’ve Left Behind

I was pleasantly surprised that this episode featured a female scientist (mathematician to be exact). I don’t think we’ve seen a female scientist-type on Fringe ever, and you very rarely see it on TV in general (especially a whiz mathematician!). I got really excited about that. More women on TV like that, please.

Fringe: Neither Here Nor There

Olivia vs. Fauxlivia: I am ready for it. I liked their confrontation at the end, how cold and tough Olivia presented herself, and how Fauxlivia just laughed it off, like: “I’m you. You don’t scare me.”