Fringe 5.4 FAQ
What’s it called?
“The Bullet That Saved The World.”
Teleplay is credited to Alison Schapker (“Enemy Of My Enemy,” “A Better Human Being”).
What says AMC?
“When the Fringe team tracks a lead into a hostile and heavily guarded location, Phillip Broyles resurfaces…but can he be trusted?”
Is it better than last week’s tree-people episode?
Does the episode start with a flashback?
No. It starts with Peter in Boston.
The big news?
We learn there’s a room beneath Walter’s lab at Harvard. Longtime fans could be interested to learn what’s down there.
Any sign of William Bell this week?
No. Nor is he referenced.
What about Nina Sharp?
This episode is Nina-free.
Does Fringe Agent Simon Foster return as a deadly cyborg?
Not this week.
TV Guide says this episode features an “emotional death.” Does Broyles die again?
That would be telling. But it’s somebody big.
What else is Fox not telling us?
The Observers aren’t the only ones employing deadly force this week.
When is the series finale date again?
How does it end, spoiler-boy?
“Let’s go on, son.”
9 p.m. Friday. Fox