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.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 12 "What Lies Below"

Sorry about this being late, I haven't had much time this week to post. Anyway, this episode depicted a virus that could take control of a human host once they were infected, and would try as hard as it could to infect more people. Fringe is called in to investigate and Peter is infected in the process, which causes Walter to partially reveal to Astrid that Peter has already died once. The CDC orders the complete destruction of the area to stop the spread of the virus, but Walter is able to produce a cure just in time to save everyone in the building from being destroyed. And just as a side note, as I watching this I was reminded of the potential zombie virus. This could very well be the reason behind a zombie's need for human flesh, to infect other humans. The virus takes over, hence the whole "dying" thing, and then they attack humans to spread the disease. Just something to think about.

And where is the Observer? When the lead CDC guy is telling his aid that they are going to need to blow up the building in order to stop the infection from spreading, the Observer walks right behind them. He isn't that hard to spot, but even so I have put the customary red box around him. Have fun.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Season 2 - Episode 11 "Johari Window"

The very first SEASON 2 (see previous post) episode of the new year, begins with a police officer picking up a runaway kid on the side of a road. The kid transforms before our eyes from a good looking kid into a deformed child. Before anything can be done, a group of deformed humans take back the child and kill everyone who had seen him. The team is called into investigate and is led back to one of Walter's old experiments. The town is covered with an electric field to hide the fact that all of its inhabitants all suffer from a genetic disorder which causes them to be deformed. Feeling partially responsible for this development, Walter demands that agent Broyles leave this finding off the record so that the town can live in peace. Broyles accepts and the town is safe, for now.

And where is the Observer? Well it looks like he is still stepping up is game from before the break as he is quite hard to see in this episode. He is watching the crowd when the sheriff is telling them to calm down and that he will "take care of" the FBI agents. He is at the back of the group and is covered mostly by shadows so it is not easy to spot him. He is in the customary red box for your convenience.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Season 1? - Episode ? "Unearthed"

Welcome back from the break everyone, it has definitely been way too long. Now I understand that some of you were confused by the first "special" episode of the new year, mainly because Charlie was around and not trying to kill Olivia. That is because this first episode is actually one that was unaired from the first season. I guess there was something important in this episode that is needed for future ones.

Anyways, the episode begins with a teenage girl dying and then coming back to life only moments later, yelling phrases in Russian. These phrases are only known by a murdered Naval officer, who had recently been exposed to large amounts of radiation on a nuclear sub, and had only survived due to an experimental drug. The energy from his life force is what brought back the girl, but it also transferred his consciousness to her. Now they fight for control of the body as the Naval officer attempts to kill his wife, who was responsible for his murder. Luckily, Olivia and Charlie are able to subdue the girl and Walter finally removes the Naval officer's consciousness from her mind. But we are once again reminded that "There is more than one of everything", because at the end of the episode we see a victim of a car crash come back to life, and he is speaking Russian.

And where is the Observer? Well he wasn't that hard to spot this time, if you were paying attention. He walks right behind Olivia when she is talking to the mother of the girl in front of the church. The picture is below, with a red box around the Observer's face.