Fringe 4.08 Sneak Peeks And Behind The Scenes Pics

Already Fringe fanatics, if there was ever a time to rustle the erstwhile fan and plead for them to sit their butts in front of their Nielsen tracked TV sets, that time is now.  We’ve had a look at this Friday’s episode, Back To Where You’ve Never Been, and all the Fringe buffs here agree that the episode is nothing short of a game changer.  I don’t want to spoil a single thing, but Back To Where You’ve Never Been delivers an extra serving of everything that makes Fringe one of the most fascinating dramas on television.  Shocking reveals?  Check. Suspenseful mystery? Check. Character drama that spans space, time, and dimensions?  Check.  Twists that make you scream “Somebody put me in a coma for the next week!” – oh yeah, you know it is check, check, check.

We’ll be chiming in more on this week’s episode as the week goes on, including some of our observations from the set of Fringe.  That’s right, Clarissa visited Fringe during the filming of this very episode and our team of Fringe fanatics is pouring over her observations as I type this.  Have skimmed the materials myself, I have to say that taking what the cast had to say and putting it in context with this weeks episode = total brain melt.

FOX has graciously released a set of sneak peeks for the episode, which I’ll paste below, as well as a handful of behind the scenes pics from the filming of Back To Where You’ve Never Been.  Care to speculate on what might be going on in these pics?  Sound off below!

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