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Submitted by timmyp53 521d ago | review

Fringe: "Five-Twenty-Ten" Review | IGN

IGN: We're at a critical turning point in this season where things had to move forward quickly to setup the final sprint to the end of Fringe lore. After this week, we've got 6 installments left and a little over 4 hours of actual story when you subtract commercials. This episode really needed to get things moving, and boy did it deliver. (Fringe, TV) 9.1/10

timmyp53  +   521d ago
The best episode this season by far. Peter will soon be gone though i think =(
Capt-FuzzyPants  +   521d ago
Yeah it looks like everyone could die. Cause a couple of seasons ago November said no matter what happens Olivia has to die, but that might not matter anymore since they changed the story line because of the cancellation.

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