This week's Fringe began with science - fringe science, to be sure - and ended with great emotion. As far as I'm concerned, the series has really hit its stride: Its storytelling now surges along confidently, doling out the droll humor, the yucky alien imagery, and the deep anguish and terror of loss that resides in the heart of Fringe.
The return of Sebastian Roche's Thomas Jerome Newton, the First Wave head from the alternate universe, early in the episode promised lots of Fringe mythology. Newton had three alt-agents to contact - shape-shifters occupying bodies that included, accidentally, a stoned dude who'd been smoking what Walter analyzed as Lemon Zinger. They were assembled to carry out a plan to bring over the episode's title figure: 'The Man From The Other Side.'
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