Thursday, May 20, 2010


Hello to all loyal fans. I apologize as I have fallen behind in my posts due to personal issues, ie exams and all that stuff, but I am back. I will have updated and completed all of the unfinished or missing posts for this season, as well as for tonight's episode which will air on Fox at 9 o'clock. Everyone must watch this episode ASAP, for it looks like it is going to be one of the best episodes of all time. See you all soon!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 18 "White Tulip"

When a train car is completely drained of all energy, form both electrical devices and the humans on the car, Fringe science is called in to investigate. The trail of clues quickly lead them to a professor who has not only perfected a machine that can be used to travel through time, but also implanted this machine inside his own body. Before Fringe is able to apprehend the professor, he jumps back to the train and the whole day starts over. This happens a few times, each time Fringe nearly apprehends the professor a few different ways, and each time he escapes. Finally, Fringe discovers that the professor's wife died a few months earlier, which is where he must be trying to get to. Walter is able to have a heart to heart discussion with the professor about the dangers of saving his wife, hinting about his own experience with Peter. Walter also reveals that, although he has been wanting to reveal the secret to Peter, he is waiting for a specific sign from God, a White Tulip. The professor finally succeeds in his goal of going back to save his wife, but because of Walter`s words, he allows himself to be killed instead. He does however leave a message to be mailed to Walter in the present, a picture of a White Tulip.

And where is the Observer? Well he is quite difficult to see in this episode, and also quite difficult to take a picture of. he is standing in a doorway behind where the professor and his fiancée get hit by the truck. He is in the customary red box so that everyone can see him.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 17 "Olivia. In The Lab. With The Revolver."

Sorry about the delay everyone, my computer recently fried and I am only now able to post this. I apologize to everyone who reads this on a regular basis.

Now on to the episode. Frankly one of the better episodes in my book, especially because of the Inglorious Basterds reference at the very beginning of the episode. If you missed it, it is when Diane Kruger, the first woman to be infected in this episode, is talking on her cell phone. She mentions a doctor named "Gorlami", which is the false name that Brad Pitt used to get into the premiere of the movie.

But back to the episode. A man from the cortexiphan trials is infecting everyone else that was in the trials with rapid onset cancer, just by touching them. As the list of close by targets narrows down to just Olivia Dunham, the team begins to run out of time. But Olivia is preoccupied with her decision not to tell Peter who he really is. Her thought process is interuppted when she is attacked by the man, and as her life hangs in the balance, she calls Peter to save her. She survives and decides that it is better not to tell Peter than to risk losing him. Meanwhile, Nina Sharp and Agent Broyles decide to hunt down the remaining cortexiphan kids, before someone else gets to them.

And where is the Observer? Well it turns out that he is a big Tarantino fan as well, as he passes right in from of Diane Kruger's car on her way back to her office.He is only there for a second and isn't very easy to spot, so don't worry if you missed him. He is below in the picture with the customary red box around him.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 16 "Peter"

Welcome back everyone. Fringe is back and better than ever! In this episode (appropriately named Peter) Walter finally explains what happened to Peter to a visibly shaken Olivia. In both universes Peter is dying of a genetic disease that as of now, has no cure. The Peter of this universe dies from the disease, but the Walter on the other side discovers a cure that could save his son. Unfortunately, The Observer accidentally distracts him and causes him to miss the moment the tests become positive. Our Walter sees the result and recreates the cure. He can't witness his son dying again, so he goes over to the other side. Nina Sharp tries to stop Walter, but her arm is severed when the door to the other side closes. Walter brings the Peter from the alternate universe back with him through the portal, but the ice underneath the portal breaks and both Walter and Peter fall into the lake. The Observer saves them both to undo the mistake he made and tells Walter that Peter is very important, and that he must not die. Walter cures Peter but is unable to send him back to the alternate universe because he loves him to much. Finally, Walter reveals that because he created that first portal, more portals have been appearing, and that is why the two universes are going to collide.

And where is the Observer? Well he made a fool of himself in this episode and possibly caused one whole universe to die, but without him Peter would have died, and apparently he is very important. You can see the Observer three times in this episode, which are shown below. He is of course in the customary red box in each picture, but you shouldn't need it.

1. When He distracts the alternate Walter from witnessing the cure.

2. When he meets with January and August to discuss his mistake.

3. When he rescues Walter and Peter.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 15 "Jacksonville"

When parts of the other universe start to appear on our side, there are many casualties. Unfortunately the universes need to be equal in mass, and so another building of the same mass will disappear from our universe into theirs, killing anyone inside that building. In an attempt to prevent this from happening, Walter remembers that Olivia had the ability to see things that were either about to leave our universe, or things that are from their universe. To try to re-enable that ability, the team goes to Jacksonville, where Olivia was exposed to Cortexiphan. We get a glimpse into the horrors that the children who were given to Cortexiphan were exposed to. Unfortunately, to re-enable the ability Olivia has to be scared, but she has learned to channel her fear into anger. With time running out, Walter and Peter try to narrow down the search for the building by calculating the approximate mass of each of the buildings in New York. When nothing can be done to save the lives of hundreds of people, Peter tries to comfort Olivia and they almost end up kissing, but Olivia realizes that she is scared. She sees the glimmer and evacuates everyone from the building just in time to save them. With the day saved, Olivia and Peter go out for drinks (date?), and Olivia notices that Peter is not from this universe.

And where is the Observer? Nearly impossible to see in this episode, so no worries if you missed him. Actually it is a miracle if you did, so congratulate yourself. As the team arrives at the building with the deformed people at the very beginning of the episode, he appears on camera for almost a whole second walking in front of the fire truck. It is very dark so it is incredibly hard to see. He is below in the picture, in the red box for your convenience. Also, there are some observations of my own below the picture for this episode. They are mainly questions about what happened, so if you have any input, feel free to comment.

Okay, so first, there is the obvious question of when the people were evacuated, wouldn't that change the mass of the building?

Then there is the question, when Walter took Peter from the alternate universe, did something from here replace him?

And finally, the code that Walter input into the lock to get into Jacksonville is obviously going to come up again when he remembers what it is. I think it might be a date, 5 - 20 - 10, May 20th 2010. Maybe the date when the universes collide?

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 14 "The Bishop Revival"

Half of a wedding is killed by a mysterious biological weapon that can target people with specific traits so that they are the only ones in a group who are killed. The only thing the team has to go on is a blurred photo of the assailant until Walter remembers his father's work as a Nazi spy. The books containing the work have been sold by Peter and have been soon afterwards destroyed, which does not explain how the killer is using Walter's father's formula. During a raid of the killer's home, Walter is affected by the toxin, but he survives by quick thinking on Olivia's part. After searching the house the killer's true plans are revealed, to use the toxin at a racial tolerance meeting. As Olivia and Peter search for the toxin, Walter creates his own batch of toxin specifically designed to kill the killer. Everyone but the killer is saved, but Walter has lost some of Olivia's and Broyles's trust.

And where is the Observer? Well this week we can all thank blue sunflower for their contribution, and for saving my ass. Thank you very much. Anyways, the Observer passes right behind the window, behind the woman and her daughter in the coffee shop. He was a little hard to spot this week so don't feel to bad is you missed him. The official picture is below with him in a red box for your viewing pleasure. See you all tomorrow.

Sunday, January 31, 2010


Hello everyone. I unfortunately missed the last episode of Fringe last thursday so I am unable to comment on where the Observer is until I find somewhere where I can access the episode. If you would like to comment and show all of our loving fans where the observer is, then please feel free. I will post my regular post as soon as I possibly can. Sorry for the inconvenience.