Fringe Review: More Than I Imagined

I know this is Fringe and that anything can happen. I thank Fox for giving a fifth season, 13 episode pickup to wrap up the Fringe legacy in the best way possible. But what happened in "Worlds Apart" doesn't make any of that knowledge in the least bit comforting.

There was a lot of back story, most of which dealt with the continuation of David Robert Jones and his hell bent desire to destroy the universes. Not that it really mattered, once they realized what a whack job he was and that he was using cortexiphan subjects to align with their alterverse counterparts to tune the worlds to the same frequency, and it came down to only one plausible solution.

My stomach plummeted when Peter suggested closing the link between the worlds. Read More...


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