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Sep 30, Posted in Fringe - 201 A New Day in the Old Town > Fringe - 202 Night of Desirable Objects > Theories & Speculation by Scully

Speculations, Observations & Questions 201 & 202

There are quite a few things that I haven’t mentioned yet, but that I would like to touch on before the next episode airs.  Some are theories or speculations, some are just observations and some are outright questions. This text is one example of how to write an essay about a TV show. If you are a student who needs to constantly write essays or reviews about books, movies, or series, and maybe about theater performances, you can write yourself but order the rewrite my paper service to be sure that everything is written without errors.


#1 – The kiss between Nina and Broyles…what was that about?  At first I thought this was a long term or new development, but after watching the scene again, I believe that is was more of a one way kiss on Nina’s part.  Broyles didn’t seem as into it as Nina did.  Is it possible that instead of an ongoing relationship that it was a prior relationship?  Perhaps they worked together at some point and built a relationship at that time, but when Nina went to work for William Bell, their relationship fell apart.  Either way, I think it might explain why Broyles has been slipping her information.  Do you think that this helps or hinders the Fringe Division?


#2 – There was another reference to Peter and Alter-Peter in 201.  Walter states that Peter loved custard as a child and Peter states that he has NEVER liked custard.


#3 – Olivia speaking Greek.  We are fairly sure that her bionic hearing is a side effect of the inter-dimensional traveling and we know from Sam Weiss that she will be getting headaches as well.  But what other side effects should she expect?  When she wakes up in the hospital and…

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Sep 30, Posted in Easter Eggs > Fringe - 202 Night of Desirable Objects by Scully

What I found & What I didn’t find – Easter Eggs 202

With the help of some very observant Fringe fans, I have compiled a list of Easter Eggs for Episode 202 – Night of Desirable Objects.  Once again, I apologize to the fans and all of the writers for claiming that they were not fulfilling my weekly need for puzzles. I think I was just rusty after a long summer with no puzzles to solve.  (Although I still stand by my complaint about the viral sites and Walter’s lab notes).


- A huge thanks goes out to fm11 for this tidbit.  The house used as the Hughes house was also used in two episodes of ‘X-Files – S2E12 ‘Aubrey’ and S4E02 ‘Home’.  Here are the shots of the Hughes house, as well as shots from both X-Files episodes.  Looks like the same house to me…with a face lift, of course.  Is it a shout-out or just a coincidence?  X-Files was also filmed in Vancouver…you be the judge.


- It was suggested to me that the graffiti on the wall behind Charlie might be…

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Sep 28, Posted in Easter Eggs > Fringe - 201 A New Day in the Old Town by Scully

What I found & What I didn’t find – Easter Eggs 201

On the back of my long winded complaint about how there are very little Easter Eggs in the first two Episodes, I should take the time to review the few things I did find, and the things that have been pointed out to me by others.  Thanks to the help of other devoted fans, I have discovered that there are a lot more Easter Eggs in this episode than I thought.  I officially apologize for jumping the gun.

- The first thing I should mention is that the title sequence has changed a little this year.  Last year the list of Fringe Sciences that were written on the screen were as follows: “Psychokinesis, Teleportation, Nanotechnology, Dark Matter, Cybernetics, Suspended Animation, Artificial Intelligence, Precognition, Psychokinesis, and Transmogrification“.  This year, the Fringe Sciences that are written on the screen are as follows: “Astral Projection, Protoscience, Mutation, Hypnosis, Pyrokinesis, Hive Mind, ESP, Neurosciece, Clairaudience, Cryonics, Parallel Universes,  and Genetic Engineering“.

To view more Easter Eggs click below…

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Sep 27, Posted in Easter Eggs > Next Episode Clues > Season 2 by Scully

Where are all the Easter Eggs?

One of the reasons that I fell in love with ‘Fringe’ last year was the intentional placement of Easter Eggs throughout the episodes.  Little things that would make no difference in the story-line to someone who is just watching the show for entertainment value, but make the show like a treasure hunt for those who are watching more closely.  There is nothing more satisfying than picking up on something that has been hidden in the background for us to find.


Here are just a few of the Easter Eggs we found last season:


Last year, the episodes were riddled with these little hidden shout-outs and clues, not only to the episode currently playing, but to the upcoming episode and to the overall plot of the show.  The next episode clues were one of my favorite things to look for every week.  Find the clue, find the observer, crack the code, figure out the meaning…etc.  What a trip to take in just one short hour.

After watching the first two episodes of this season over and over again, I am really starting to have some concerns.  Either I am really losing my touch, or they simply aren’t putting the Easter Eggs there anymore. OK, so the Observer and commercial break glyphs are still there, but that’s not enough for me.

Let’s face it folks…they have utterly failed us in the department of viral sites, leaving us with only the show to concentrate on.  We apparently, have already lost Walter’s lab notes, which was a huge source of hidden information and clues, and now it seems that the Next Episode Clues and the rest of the Easter Eggs are almost non-existent as well. I am not talking about the obvious clues to broader things, I am talking about the little things that only you and I would notice.  The things that get us searching on the internet for meaning and relevance.  The things that cause us to bang our heads against the wall.  I love that crap.  I miss that crap.  I NEED that crap.  Without that crap…Fringe is only a couple steps above a long list of sci-fi shows starring creature of the week, killer of the week and an occasional mystery thrown in for good measure.

Don’t get me wrong…I am a devoted fan.  It would take a whole lot to get me to stop watching…but I have to admit that without the extras, my enthusiasm does die just a little bit.  Not to mention that it leaves me very little to blog about, except complaints.


I am trying to stay positive…maybe I am just not seeing them…so now I shout out to all of you…



I should take a minute to note that there has been an X-Files shout-out, one instance of the number ’42′, a daisy, a frog and a few possibles that I will post about later.  So there has been a couple of things, but not the caliber of last season’s Easter Eggs.

Sep 27, Posted in Fringe - 202 Night of Desirable Objects > Fumbles by Scully

Fringe Fumbles – 202

#1 – Lazy Reporter:

Look closely at the newspaper clipping that Amy found at the Hughes house.  If you read it, you can see that it is just 2 or 3 paragraphs rewritten and rearranged to make a full article.  Maybe it’s just me, but if you plan to zoom in on something like that…shouldn’t you take the time to actually write something?  Don’t they realize that we are watching?  Hello out there.  Click at bottom of post for more Fringe Fumbles.


#2 – Worst Reporter Ever!:

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Sep 26, Posted in Fringe Carousel > Viral/ARG by Scully

Fringe Viral Carousel

A new viral site has surfaced through the fox home page that I will call ‘The Fringe Carousel’.  It is a series of videos based on all of the different areas of Fringe science.  I haven’t had time to go through all of them yet, (there are hundreds) but I thought I would give you the heads up. Click here to visit the website.