Episode 0413-“And Those We’ve Left Behind”

Nov 13, 2011 | 4 comments

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast, we break down the Fringe season 4 episode called, “And Those We’ve Left Behind.”  We talk about the parallels between this episode and “White Tulip”, Faraday cages, and Sprint’s product placement.  We also discuss the use of Fibonacci’s Golden Spiral, the guest appearance by Stephen Root and Romy Rosemont and we rehash the difference between a timeline and a universe.  We also share some audio clips from a conference call FOX hosted with Stephen Root.

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  1. John Bailey

    I haven’t listened to the podcast yet. but I was wondering something. If Walter has been out of his house for the past 20 years….why is there an HDTV there when Peter removed the covers from the furniture?

    • Inter-dimensional Dave

      I saw that too. I said to myself, “Oh look, Walter has a flat panel TV. ” Hmmmm. I’m thinking it was a set design mistake. (Or was it??!!!)

  2. Moni

    If Sprint product placement keeps Fringe on the air, I don’t mind them

  3. Inter-dimensional Dave

    Clint, you’ve done it again. I enjoyed your spirited and ingenious defense of the legitimacy of the mobile Faraday cage. I’m listening to the podcast right now (I know a bit late, darn time slips!) and it reminded me of your “Mozart moment’ from a few episodes back. Well done sir.


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