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John Noble Calls The Fringe Finale One Of The All-Time Greats

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Fringe is not the kind of show that’s going to give you a boring, run of the mill finale. No, with the series finale fast approaching, you can bet they’re going to pull out all of the stops. In fact, John Noble, who plays modern-day mad scientist Walter Bishop, calls next Friday’s conclusion “one of the great finales of all time.”

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Fringe Series Finale Promo Trailer

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Well, it’s finally here. Five years of Fringe have led to this, the series finale on Friday, January 18. Two episodes, numbers 99 and 100, will air back to back (fans take note, the final battle will start an hour earlier than usual), and from the look of this quick promo for the two-fer, things are going to get intense, maybe even a little bit epic.

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Fringe Post Game: The Boy Must Live

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We’re getting frightfully near the end for Fox’s Fringe. In fact, with only two episodes left (though it will only feel like a single long one because they air back to back next Friday, January 18), the situation is getting dire in humanity’s battle against the Observers.

This week’s episode, “The Boy Must Live,” pushes things ever closer to the brink, as the team seeks to track down September (Michael Cervaris), who is now human, and took the name Donald O’Connor from Singing In The Rain. With a revelation from his lips, the hidden plan he worked out with Walter (John Noble), becomes clear, and one member of the team makes the first of what will likely be many significant, and heartbreaking, sacrifices.

Holy crap, the series is almost over!

Holy crap, the series is almost over!

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Which Freaky Fringe Moments Creep Out The Cast?

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We all have our favorite moments from Fringe: our favorite case, or a particular bit of creepy, crawly nastiness. Now that the end of the series is in sight—only three episodes remain—it’s high time to start reliving some of them.

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The cast of the much-loved sci-fi procedural isn’t immune to having favorite moments just because they’re on the show. At the wrap party for the 100th, and final, episode, TV Line asked a handful of key cast members which gross, freaky, or just plain weird moment from the series skeeved them out the most.

Unfortunately, I can’t find an embeddable version of the video, but click here to watch the clip for yourself.

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Fringe Post Game: Anomaly XB-6783746

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“Anything worth fighting for comes with a cost.” So says Nina Sharp (Blair Brown) in “Anomaly XB-6783746,” the tenth episode in the fifth and final season of Fringe. While the title is a reference to Michael (Roman Longworth), the pint-sized Observer that the team finally tracked down last week, Nina’s remark is an allusion to Walter (John Noble). She’s referring to Walter’s request to re-remove the pieces of his brain that were taken out then put back in.

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The Final Battle Looms In This New Fringe Poster

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It’s a depressing prospect, considering a future in a world without Fringe, but that reality is fast approaching. Only four more episodes of Fox’s fan-favorite sci-fi procedural remain, and since the final two of those will air back to back on January 18th, there are really only three days of new Fringe left. And a new poster rubs it in a little. Seriously, for fans of the show, it’s like squeezing lemon juice in a paper cut. Take a look for yourself.

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