Friday night welcomed the return of Fringe, but things just aren't right now that we're back in season four.
Friday night welcomed the return of Fringe, but things just aren't right now that we're back in season four. Last season left us with the realization that Peter Bishop had been erased from everyone's memories (because he had been erased from time), but as we see in the premiere episode, he has left an imprint on time. Walter knows something is off, and you can feel it in the episode yourself. Something is totally off.
Good news is Fringe is getting back to its roots with the creepy and freaky cases that we've all been craving (that translucent man is straight out of season one!). Season three was so bogged down by the alternate universe story line that I felt like it was becoming a totally different show. Not so, says the premiere episode. I'll recap my favorite things about "Neither Here Nor There" in the slideshow, but be sure to chime in with your thoughts on the episode in the comments!
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