In season 5, Broyles is "The Dove" for the resistance feeding intel to the underground, he is exposed as the dove and interrogated but he is saved by Peter and Olivia in the series finale. The name "Michael" is given to him by adoptive parents who protect him in the 2036 future, as shown in the episode "Black Blotter",[54] while later Captain Windmark cites him as Anomaly XB-6783746 in the episode of the same name. Walter cuts off his hand and tells Astrid to not tell anyone, until in Five-Twenty-Ten, he used it to unlock a storage facility and retrieve part of the plan. Walter rings it and William's consciousness appears in Olivia. After Walter and the rest of Fringe Amber themselves, Donald returns to the pocket universe to extract Michael, then sheltering him with former Resistance fighters who escape detection by isolating themselves on a remote island. A now-living David Robert Jones has, however, tempted him into an alliance. September purposely stopped the growth process, leaving Michael a child possessing both a powerful Observer-intellects and human emotion, creating an anomaly in danger of being destroyed by the Observers. Other regular cast members include Lance Reddick, Jasika Nicole, Blair Brown, Mark Valley, and Kirk Acevedo . With that information, they locate the suspect, from whom they gain the necessary understanding of the chemical to cure John. Paranormal, Rate. While paying a visit to Loeb's home, looking for anything to support her suspicions, Olivia gets into a gunfight with Loeb's wife Samantha, killing her. [38], With Jones out of the prison, Loeb—still working for the FBI—abducts Olivia on behalf of Jones. (Season 4 resumes March 23 with Episode 15.) As explained by William at the end of Season 2, the alternate version of William was killed as a young man in a car accident;[2] as a result, Massive Dynamic in the parallel world was never formed, instead there is only Bishop Dynamic. 10. He successfully kills all of the ones identified, but it remains to be seen if he eliminated all of them.[12]. of 196. The series is produced by Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.The show was officially renewed for a 13-episode fifth season on April 26, 2012. Series cast summary: Anna Torv ... Olivia Dunham / ... 100 episodes, 2008-2013 Joshua Jackson ... Peter Bishop 100 episodes, 2008-2013 Jasika Nicole ... Astrid Farnsworth / … Beginning in the second season, a parallel universe is revealed; many of the characters, portrayed by the same actors, exist simultaneously in the original and parallel realities. [50] Cerveris further is credited with creating the written Observer language during his scenes in "The Arrival", which the production team later extrapolated into a complete language for the show.[51]. Rate. [45], In the third season finale, episode "The Day We Died", a gathering of ten Observers appeared on Liberty Island to watch and comment on the disappearance of Peter Bishop from existence.[46]. [5], The alternate timeline Lincoln Lee of the prime universe is an FBI Special Agent, and is distinguished by his use of eyeglasses and generally more clean cut appearance than his parallel universe counterpart. In the alternate timeline of season four Peter ventures to her home in an attempt to have her convince Secretary Bishop to help him return to his timeline. September and the other Observers have since monitored Walter and Peter. Much of September's machinations with Fringe in the first four seasons were to prepare Walter to use Michael for their plan to defeat the unemotional Observers ("The Boy Must Live"). [21] This is later revealed to be because his son is dying, and David Robert Jones is providing medicine to save him in return for Broyles' cooperation. In the show's second season it is revealed that Peter is actually from a parallel universe from where he had been kidnapped by Walter after this universe's version of Peter died at a young age. 6. He was released from hospital under Olivia's care. He also cryptically says, "they are coming". When Peter goes AWOL from Fringe Division upon learning of his real origin, he finds himself tracked by Newton and other shapeshifters. Last edited on 20 December 2020, at 03:26, wearing a plain black suit and black fedora, succeeding in recovering Newton's cryogenically frozen head, and revive Newton. This article lists the major and recurring fictional characters on the science fiction television series, Fringe, created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci. In the following episode, she uses the Bridge to visit Walter in his Harvard lab. Rate. Shapeshifters also may be programmed as sleeper agents, unaware of their unusual nature until they are activated. Newton is finally caught by the FBI, but, by means of the alternate Olivia, he commits suicide before the Fringe division is able to get any information from him.[52]. Lincoln Lee (Season 4+) John Noble. Alternate timelime: Original Walter appears more nervous and insecure, and doesn't leave his lab for years on end. Rate. Sometime after founding Massive Dynamic, William finds a means to travel to the parallel dimension, and sets up an office in the still-standing World Trade Center. The episode "Inner Child" introduces the Fringe division to a child that appears to possess many Observer-like qualities.[44]. They are able to take the form of any person by using a device that plugs into the roof of their mouth and the mouth of the target. [4] In the episode "Immortality," Fauxlivia is revealed to be pregnant with Peter Bishop's child, which Walternate hopes to use to sway Peter back to the Other Universe. The tragedy of much-loved icon Yootha Joyce will make Edinburgh Fringe … In the next episode it is revealed that he planted a message in the form of a black dot in Peter's eye which contains an address in New York. They exhibit several strange mannerisms such as awkward phrasing when talking, a preference for extremely flavored, like spicy or salty foods due to an extremely dulled sense of taste, and the ability to appear or disappear when one looks away. September later appears to Olivia while she waits for Peter and Lincoln to return from the alternate universe. Safe. of 190, a college drop-out with gambling debts, and a jack-of-all-trades. However, at the last moment, he disobeys his orders and deactivates the device, allowing brief apparitions of Peter to appear to Walter and Olivia. He is a genius with an I.Q. Over the course of the show Olivia develops a romantic relationship with Peter. Walternate also serves as the immediate superior to the shapeshifters, with their leader—Thomas Jerome Newton—being extremely loyal and protective of him (possibly being friends). David Robert Jones is the birth name of David Bowie, who played a character named Thomas Jerome Newton in The Man Who Fell to Earth.