Lazing on a sci fi afternoon.
Fringe comes to an end that just might end up being what fans need.
Nina makes the ultimate sacrifice.
Peter is back in time to deal with Walter's latest LSD trip.
Time is ticking; will Peter remove the tech before the changes are permanent?
This demanding, postmodern epic is a hysterical, paranoid journey through the chaos at the end of WWII.
Walter's still the same as before; Peter's transformation is accelerating, and Olivia got the kick she needed to return to her bad self.
The tech Peter implanted in himself starts taking effect.
The Fringe team deals with the loss of Etta, each in their own way - some more dangerously than others.
A devastating loss makes for a less than stellar plot that is made up in other ways in the fourth episode of Fringe's fifth and last season.