Fringe Season 5 Review “The Human Kind”

For four seasons, Fringe taught us many things. Chief among those lessons was the idea that love will eventually conquer all. If the people waging war against the latest monster to threaten the world can remain in the light, then all will work out in the end. When other shows are laying out the problems with being ruled by your emotions (I’m looking at you, Homeland), Fringe revels in the emotions of its characters. It’s not an unpopular television trope to use, particularly in a science fiction show. Despite the truly epic amounts of calamity that erupted around them, as long as Peter and Olivia had each other (in some form or the other), then all would be well. Their affection for one another could move mountains, light the world, and make things burst into flame. At times, the content could be quite grisly, but the central characters were always able to rise above the fray and enjoy relatively normal relationships outside of the chaos. Read  More...


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