The strange story of a lonely kid and his pet disembodied brain (or was it the story of a lonely disembodied brain and his pet kid?), "Alone in the World" was a clever spin on the old 'boy and his monster' trope and made for a creative way for Walter Bish more
This week on Fringe , Fringe Division investigates the deaths of two 12-year-old boys who are killed by a rapidly growing fungus. William Sadler reprises his guest role as Dr. Bruce Sumner, Walter's doctor, and tries to assess Walter's mental condition. more
Perhaps to make up for his almost criminal underuse in last week's "One Night in October," the third episode of Fringe 's fourth season focused almost entirely on Walter Bishop. The show's resident mad scientist dealt with some real demons in the episode, more
One of the great pleasures of reviewing “Fringe” each week is that there’s rarely a lack of things to discuss. Writing about certain shows is akin to drawing blood from a stone every seven days, to be sure. But there’s usually a lot of ground to cover whe more
" Alone in the World " was all about Walter and his tentative reconnection with Peter, a son he doesn't know exists. A man that nobody knows exists.
Seeing Walter so fragile was painful. Especially when he was talking to his psychiatrist, so frightened more