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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 4:58 pm
by supermodel
Hi Joya, and welcome! I clicked the link and I see your theory is indeed a bit long so I will read it later when I am not at the office. I'm sure everyone here will love reading it and you will find a number fo people willing to discuss "boring physics stuff." In fact, you will find a lot of theories and spec in the official episode thread, over in the non-spoiler section. DarthLocke is our master theorist and her posts routinely blow my mind even when I don't agree, so I'm sure you'll enjoy reading them.

Have fun!

Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:59 pm
by DarthLocke
Set Photos March 24th:

4x19 "Letters of Transit"

Interesting since I was just discussing telekinesis through time and space! Maybe this really is going to be the Observers 'home' time line?!

4x16 "Nothing As It Seems" Promo and Promotional Photos:

Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:58 pm
by DarthLocke
Some Speculation:

1. Jones set the red Fringe team up so that this "old model" shapeshifter could go on a specific mission on the other side. The Shapeshifter seemed to have a "six sense" in being able to tell "types" of people apart -Good people from Bad people. It may be considerered a type of predeterminer which goes along with other people seeing the immediate future this season and "time displacement". I don't think we are out of the woods yet with September's prophecy and Olivia's former awareness to Mr. X. If I would be right and Mr. X [always] relates to leader of a spiritual terrorist organization that uses scientific knowledge as proof to their theology, then this shapeshifter, Meana, or Jones are likely candidates to fill the role of Walternate. (Walternate also sent the shapeshifters on missions...none so famous as Newton to infiltrate the blue fringe team)

2. "World's Apart" Press Release makes me think that the cortixifan subjects are going to fight each other, or ill used by Jones. One idea I had was if the shapeshifter kill some the of the cortixifan subjects and they steal their abilities as a by product. Another possibility is that Jones is going to make black hole(s) and time travel to other time periods and/or other parts of time lines....

Nick Lane is also suppose to appear in this episode and although this Nick Lane could just be this timeline's version, I can not deny that he and Sally Clarke "vanished" while also almost killing Red Lincoln in "Over There Pt.1"

It makes me go back to me original thoughts at the beginning of the season in which this time line was a previous iteration to seasons 1-3, until Peter arrived to alter it and make it new. Additionally I used Olivia's experience in "The Road Not Taken" as justification for it, since she crossed over and got information that allowed her to change the out come in the time line viewed where both of the twins died, instead she was able to save one of them.

We also know that ZFT was trying to activate them for a reason, a reason that was unkown to us. It also seems that that both plots with ZFT and the shapeshifters were dropped due to Walternate's revenge and the discovery of the machines...which also makes me think the machine will be important again. (The newest comic in the Beyond the Fringe Series hints at clone Jones'/Olivias, the future, advanced transportation, a need to find non technologically advanced resources, and that the machines produce "strange" matter that can be used, although VERY deadly if not contained)

Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 6:04 pm
by DarthLocke
1x20 "World's Apart" Press Release:
--"FRINGE" - (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1


The teams on both sides fight on for a common cause, and there are shocking developments tied to the Cortexiphan children in the all-new "Worlds Apart" episode of FRINGE airing Friday, April 27 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FR-420) (TV-14 V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles; Blair Brown as Nina Sharp; Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth; Seth Gabel as Lincoln Lee

Source: Fox

Wilson's Theory - Pearl Jam - "Everything In It's Right Place" and Season 4!

Great Stuff There, Wilson! :thumbsup:

4x18 "The Consultant" Second Promo!

Also, I Put the following in the news section in the non spoiler section!

Joel Wyman Tweets "Season 5 Decision Comes This Week!" (And No Plans To Make A Move)

Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:29 pm
by DarthLocke
4x19 "Letters of Transit" Second Teaser:

"Your division is in charge of native crime. Would you rather I were in charge of native crime?"

The Others! j/k

But it is interesting that there may be "people" that are considered "Native" to a PLACE! --But I wondering if they mean Native To A Time?!

So maybe it means 'your division is in charge of current crime'...but it could also be your division is in charge of criminal events in this time period. Implying then that there are other divisions that take care of non native criminal events in other times...(<---Our Observers that travel across universes perhaps because we know they are "agents")

Inner Temple Others (Dogen and Jacob)) verses Outer Island Others(Ben and Alpert), Verses off Island Others(Ben and Jacob) anyone? :p

4x19 "Letters of Transit" Promotional Photos:

4x18 "The Consultant" Full Set Promotional Photos!

Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 4:47 pm
by DarthLocke
John Noble Teases the Finale, Jones and Mr. X, and Two Different Alternate Endings:
Spoiler (Click to reveal/hide)
“We’ve shot two [endings],” John Noble told TVLine at the opening of the Beverly Hills Paley Center’s “Television: Out of the Box” exhibit, which was created in conjunction with Warner Bros. TV.

Noble says many “big questions” will be answered in the season finale airing May 11 — including the matter of Olivia being fated to die (and whether the animated episode’s “Mr. X” figures into it) and Walter shouldering the burden of responsibility for the warring universes. Viewers also can expect a surprise on the villainy front (David Robert Jones plays “a very big part, but not as big as you think,” Noble teased. “There’s something bigger.”)