Fringe EXCLUSIVE: Get an Early Look at This Week's Episode (VIDEO)

By Tim Surette

Nov 02, 2012

Whaaaaat? We have to wait until tomorrow to watch tomorrow's new episode of Fringe? Totally not fair. But we'll help you ease the pain with this exclusive first look at "An Origin Story," which deals with the fallout of last week's devastating events.

In the clip, Peter must go through one of the hardest parts of losing a loved one and collect's Etta's belongings. But as you'll see, he's not just picking up just teddy bears and old supermarket receipts. Etta had some really cool toys.

Awwww, man! That's heartbreaking stuff! Peter and Olivia were reunited with their long-lost daughter after years, only to lose her to that jerkface Windmark. And I don't mean to overanalyze this or anything, but once again we see that it's Peter who's more involved in his daughter's passing, as Olivia catches some shuteye.

Showrunner J.H. Wyman has also just shared a peek of tomorrow's episode, tweeting out this promo for "An Origin Story." In this one, it sounds like Peter is ready to deliver a 12-inch pie made of pain to those bald dudes, and Olivia fears that he's going too far.

Fringe airs Fridays at 9pm on Fox.

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  • PanagiotisHalat Nov 03, 2012

    There is a perfectly good explanation (I hope it will be mentioned). Peter's only constant was Etta since she is part of his alternative reality dna and this world's dna. His only true family. Kill those bastards. Leave no one for the end for once!

  • aiza11 Nov 02, 2012

    I feel like killing those Observers myself. I'm with you, Peter.

  • FringeFanatic Nov 02, 2012

    One of my friends dressed up as an Observer/Invader on Halloween just to mess with me. Things got really weird when I pinned him to the ground and started punching him while crying Etta's name.

    Give 'em hell, Peter.

  • bicelis Nov 02, 2012

    I'm sure he understood.

  • Ankh49 Nov 02, 2012

    I am surprised that Olivia and Peter r in Etta's apartment. I would think that Windmark would've thought of putting some men there to lie in wait after his discoveries about love, last week.

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  • rishabhpb Nov 02, 2012

    Someone needs to invent something ensuring that humans never go bald. Can't have this stuff happening to us.

  • Muderboy Nov 02, 2012

    Never gonna happen, seen Captain Picard???

  • segarion Nov 02, 2012

    I want to see some sort of crazy reaction this coming episode. This whole held back emotions the team has been portraying so far is driving me nuts. I hope they just let out some rage and wreak some havoc on the observers.

  • lucianoabc Nov 02, 2012

    I'm pretty sure the Observers are finally going to know just how badass our Fringe Team can be.

  • TimSpot Nov 02, 2012

    Hellz yeah they are. Suck it, Observers.

  • bicelis Nov 02, 2012

    Tim, once Fringe is over I hope you write some special article about it, that overviews the entire series and everything around it - fans, contribution to the sci-fi genre, importance in the TVsphere in general, etc. A eulogy, if you will :)

    It would also be nice to get the same thing for other big shows that end. For example when Weeds ended (perhaps a bad example, but still), a paragraph or two in the finale's review, I believe, is not enough. It was eight years of Nancy Botwin and while they were very up and down (mostly down in the second half), the show still needs a proper 'burial'. Fans of the show would love to reminisce about it and share their favorite seasons/episodes/moments/simply talk about it.

    By the way, what are the notifications at the top of the screen? Is this the start for the long awaited notifications for replies in comment threads? Please let it be it.