I often read the synopsis and see the promotional trailers. Images, names, times. Little escapes me in preparing a more sacred Friday. This was no exception and to know in advance what this "Concentrate and Ask Again" had to offer, I could not help thinking of a word: filler.
And we know that "Fringe" has exhausted his claims in this field. It took nearly two full seasons to fill sausages. Now, we breathe health, is not it time to retreat. Yes? Well no, unlike what happened in the past, where a case of the week monopolized and dictated the entire narrative, this season reverses the game skillfully and accurately: the mythology, characters and their luggage are the engine, the rest is fuel . And this option clearly demonstrates that not only the series took a giant step forward, as there is a whole respect for the viewer / fan. They are giving us their best, better than the one we want.
The pretext was then to evolve a vengeance. Very cold, just as it should be served. A trio of ex-military, after being subjected to secret trials that have left them sterile - not quite right but in practice it is like - decide to take revenge on those responsible for such irresponsibility, cruelty. They then prove that these creators of their own medicine: subject us to a toxin that deprives them of all the bones of the body! We remember then "The Protected" body and shudders at the sound of each snap. However, despite the scary doll and always bizarre deaths, this point was the least interesting of the whole episode. The motive for the crimes that have been used more and villains appeared as mere puppets of cardboard, with no content or depth.
On the other hand, everything was built around it was quite interesting. Firstly, the patient for testing the Cortexiphan lost somewhere in the woods ice. His ability to read minds isolated it in the world, not only because you can always see the truth, but also because this mechanism consumes him slowly. So, a bit like those that were used in the rescue of Peter (Joshua Jackson), he is "hired" to this dangerous mission. But where he really did was more dent in the heart of Olivia (Anna Torv) to prove to you that your most of all still have feelings for each other. Which is equal to it. And here he could be very novelistic, get a whole other dimension, bizarre and complex.
It is what they are and are not the same person. If we put together, we had the balance, but so are two different reflections of the same mirror. And figured out what was already suspected for a long time - Samuel Weiss (Kevin Corrigan) wrote the book about the First People - is revealed to us then that the fate of a universe or another depends entirely on the choice of Peter - and there around the love of take the reins. The protagonist is then assumed as the major cornerstone of the series and at a time when his personality is more gray than ever, we are very tricky to forecast. And that is excellent.
In relation to Mr. Bowling, little is known. But he knows a lot, lot, maybe everything.
The Best: The moments between Olivia and her co-Cortexiphan.
The worst: the worst case was the third week of the season.