First, there was mind reading, then inter-dimensional chaos, and now we're time travelling to a post-apocalyptic future! Man, I love this show.
During season 3, 'Fringe' has truly grown from an ambitious mystery-of-the-week show to an epic and engaging sci-fi saga.
The events of this week's episode solidified what the show has been hinting at from the very beginning: These characters are special, and they were brought together for a very important purpose. We're still a little shaky on the details, but we're certain of one thing: The fates of Peter, Olivia (and maybe even Walter) are undeniably tied to the survival, and maybe even the inception, of the world(s). Why else would the ancient machine only work for Peter? And why else would Olivia be the only one who could disable the machine's force field?
This was one of the most compelling episodes of the season. It's hard to review the ep on its own, since these final installments are so tied together as the season comes to a close, but there was certainly a lot to love about 'The Last Sam Weiss.' Read More...