Fringe Code Cracked! - Featured


Ever since we've been seeing the various images before commercial breaks on Fringe, we've been wondering what they stood for. The show is, of course, from JJ Abrams (Lost), so the thought that they were meaningless never even registered.


Well...wait no longer! Someone over at ars technica has deciphered the code and in the end, it's not actually as exciting as we may have hoped.


Each image stands for a letter and over the course of each episode, all of the images add up to a single word. Words used thus far have included "Observer," "Child," "Bishop," and "Olivia."


From the breaker himself:

"Alas, there's no deep dark mysteries about the show's arc concealed here. And the solution's actually a bit anticlimactic..."


But at least we now know!


Read more: Ars cracks TV Fringe code

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Apr 10, 2009 12:44AM EDT

LOL. If it's anything like Lost, I'm voting deeper, as yet unknown, meaning.

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Apr 10, 2009 10:23AM EDT

Uhm yeah, this is wrong. Go back and look at the end of the pilot, when they take John Scott's body into the lab. The technician that does so presses a pad on the wall that has the leaf image on. So its more likely that the different images represent different labs or areas of Fringe science. Its not a code, thats just rubbish.

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Apr 15, 2009 1:36AM EDT

better yet look at the comic book covers

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