Fringe Season 5 Review “In Absentia”

Whenever a television show tackles dramatic world change, there is always some time devoted to the shift in morality that occurs as a result of the new world order. This week, Fringe spent a great deal of time looking at the moral ambiguity represented by Etta. In these cases, network shows will always side with the moral high ground because it’s safer and has broader appeal. Regardless of how little sense it tends to make, the bleeding heart will eventually either override the darker tendencies of their compatriots or be proven that their way is the best way. It’s never interesting and often seems ridiculous. Unfortunately, Fringe fell right into that same trap this week. Read More...


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