Fringe 4.11 “Making Angels” Review
This week’s episode of Fringe, “Making Angels”, was not different of any other episode of this great season, as it introduced new character traits for the characters, and it showed us even more possibilities and variables, all of this due to the observers not erasing Peter Bishop, everyone thinks that we owe the Observers a big thanks for somehow erasing him and then bringing him back, which presented us with one of the most epic seasons of Fringe so far.
As for Walter calling Astrid from the alternative universe by wrong names, was hilarious, and he admitted it, he called her Astro, Asterisks and probably even more, and never called her by her real name Astrid, as for the relationship between the characters, it has been really amazing throughout this season, such as the offering from Fauxlivia to Alt Astrid to cross into the other universe, and how Walter treated Alt. Astrid and Astrid as one person, not two, as was mentioned and noticed by Alt Astrid.
There was also a very nice relationship between Olivia and Fauxlivia as they working as a team, and it was actually interesting seeing Fauxlivia fantasizing about Peter and imagining him as Walternate, and her scenes with Peter was amazing, another reason we should take out hats off for the Observers for not erasing Peter, or we wouldn’t have seen these scenes. So we have Astrid and her alternate self-working as a team, with Peter and Olivia on a case, as for their suspect, it is believed to be Neil, who steals people lives in order for them to avoid suffering and agony, using the secrets of the Observers to see the future and the past, which he seems to have discovered.
And it seems that this episode’s characters all evolved around Walter, as Astrid and her alternate while working together, they watched each other and learnt more about one another, and especially their way they react to Walter, another couple who seem to share their time with Walter with each other is Fauxlivia and Alt Astrid.
And we all agree that we all prefer the alternative world more than the real one, because it gave us another side of every character, which reminds me, how the heck did Fringe manage to provide us with another character for every alternate character, and not just that, but wonderfully made, whether it’s a bad or a good side.
And lastly, we all noticed that the Observers figured out that September is responsible for making Peter able to go back to his world, does this mean that we can get to see the real, other word from last season, which makes us wonder what could the future hold for us. But of course we hope that these Alt characters don’t disappear, but to have a role in the episodes coming.