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Fringe September 23, 2011 at 8pm EST

Updated on September 25, 2011



Peter is Gone

This Fall on Fringe Peter is gone but exist between two parallel universes and he is communicating with his long love interest Olivia. Fringe fans will now get to see what the world would be like without Peter Bishop the savior of one universe and the bringer of death of another.

Fringe has always been entertaining and has more fiction than actual science but it has had underlying evangelical christian themes which hopefully this year we will see what the Fringe world is like without the Evangelical Christianity. Who knows Peter Bishop may have converted to Catholicism. Perhaps there will be more Science and less observer because what is there to watch with out the messiah complex ed Peter Bishop being torn between to worlds. Perhaps there will finally be peace and a happy ending with the guiding hand of Peter Bishop from a far.

I am looking forward to this year of Fringe. It has been moved to Monday nights at 8pm and airs September 23, 2011.

Where is Peter?



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      JT Walters 6 years ago from Florida

      Hi viking305,

      I look forward to it as well. It does have a ring to it similiar to It's A Wonderful Life but we will have to see how much the writers do with the show.

      We don't have long to wait.

      Thanks for reading, commenting and rating. Your posts are appreciated.


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      L M Reid 6 years ago from Ireland

      Ah I can't wait for the new series of Fringe. We usually get it within a few days of you in America.

      Yes Peter does not exist and never did? That was some ending to the last series and for me anyway a complete shock.

      I love all this time travel and parallel universe stuff