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Balance and Imbalance: New Fringe Promo Features Lost's Hurley, Mysterious Text, Quote from Me

Fringe might not be airing an episode this week (it returns next week with "Os"), but that doesn't mean we can't take a sneak peek at what's to come as the universes continue to collide on FOX's addictive sci-fi series.

FOX has today released a new promo, which I'll call "Balance and Imbalance," which contains not only clues for what lies ahead for Olivia, Peter, and Walter, but also a shot of Lost's Jorge Garcia, and a quote from yours truly and some other critics about this extraordinary series, which wraps up its season on May 6th. (Mark your calendars now.)

You can view the promo in full below and you'll like want to watch more than once because the stuff at the end? Cryptic and quick, it has flurry of images from throughout the series, along with shots of Sam Weiss, William Bell, a mention of a "demon" and a bunch of on-screen text, Jorge Garcia, a young Observer, and the doomsday device that could signal the end of one or both worlds...



What do you think? Any theories for the battle ahead? I personally love the split-screen opening emphasizing the chasm between Over There and Over Here's versions of Olivia, Peter, Astrid, Walter, and Broyles. Nicely played, Fringe promo-makers!

Fringe airs Fridays at 9 pm ET/PT on FOX.

Comments

Ask Rachel said…
Wow. Great promo! Gave me the chills (in a good way, of course). Very cool about Jorge Garcia too. I don't want to have to wait another week for a new episode!!!
rockauteur said…
What ever happened to Jones? Or the other Jones?

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