The Fringe Podcast Episode 518-Black Blotter

Dec 16, 2012 | 3 comments

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we review the season 5 episode, “Black Blotter.” We discuss the various easter eggs and connections found in the episode, what it might reveal about Walter’s future (and his past), and new things we learned about the boy observer, Nina, William Bell, and Carla Warren. We share our theories on Sam Weiss and we talk about who might die before the show comes to an end.

We also share information about our Fringe finale party. Come join us for the finale!

Send in your theories and feedback by calling our voice feedback at 304-837-2278 or emailing us at

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  1. John

    Let me preface this my saying I am commenting prior to listening to the feedback episode. So, this might be covered there as well.
    The radio….Peter was almost correct about anyone with a shortwave radio being able to pick up the signal. That is assuming the shortwave radio is capable of receiving the 10 meter ham radio band (which the transmitter was tuned to at the house). The little radio Donald left for them was an old AM radio which is not capable of receiving those transmissions.
    The music was great. I almost flipped when I heard the first notes of Steppenwolf’s The Pusher. I thought you can’t play that song on tv, but they cut the volume down in the appropriate places.
    I have some thoughts about the Observers as invaders but I will probably save those for the hiatus.

  2. Yaroslav

    I fell in love with your podcast. Thank you very much.

  3. Ed

    Sorry, Clint, but you mixed up Archimedes’ principle and Newton’s second law. Archimedes’ principle states that the upward buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced (which by Newton’s second law, must equal the weight of the boat if there is to be no vertical acceleration).

    Nerdily yours,


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