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This week I’m writing about quite a few scenes from FRINGE. The tribute for one of my favorite shows of all-time. It will be dearly missed and never forgotten by all the Fringies like me.


Show: FRINGE
Episode: An Enemy Of Fate
Date: January 18, 2013
Actors: Entire Cast
Category: Emotional
The Scenes:

Walter saying goodbye to Peter – That’s probably my very favorite scene of the episode, cause it focused on what’s the very core of the show, relationship between Walter and Peter. The hardest thing for Walter, has always been letting go of his beloved son and saying goodbye to him, but this time, he knows in his heart, it is what he has to do, his very own destiny, the way to atone for all the damage he has caused in the past. Listening to Walter talking about stolen time with Peter and just how much he loves him is such a wonderful thing to watch. I’m not even gonna start about the incredible acting by John Noble and Josh Jackson in the scene, it just feels like an understatement. Also, as if Walter’s entire speech wasn’t enough, he has one of the most beautiful lines of the show: “You are my favorite thing, Peter. My very favorite thing.” And the embrace, that just says it all.

NOTE: This scene was also picked by Lisa Macklem and Sharon Seymour as Scene of the Week!


Windmark’s death - I absolutely loved the entire sequence of Windmark’s fight with our heroes, from the moment Peter attacks him till the part where Olivia uses her ability to kill him. For Etta! The second when Peter and Olivia are losing and suddenly she notices her daughter’s necklace and the power inside her just explodes is phenomenal. There really are no words that could fully appreciate this scene. It’s just so powerful and emotional. And brings a lot of satisfaction for our characters and the audience.

September getting shot and Walter and Michael going through the wormhole
– The last scene of Walter in the show. I can’t imagine not including it.

But the explanation why, I’m going to leave to Darth Locke, who has also chosen this part as The Scene of the Week.

"Most people will probably feel that Peter receiving the White Tulip is the most significant scene, but to me the actual ending of Fringe, IMO is left to the viewer to decide the fates of the characters, which I find not very resolving and too open-faced for my preference. I chose this scene instead, because of the great parallels of Walter still in some way repeating himself, as taking Michael was like taking young Peter, yet also stepping in the role of Peter by going to another time to try and save the future ("The Day We Died"/"Peter and the Machine"). John Noble's performance was again one of the best, as Walter looks looks at Michael kneeling an playing "Greenseeves" to September as he lays dying, takes Michael's hand and walks with him into the bright light, but not before looking back at our gang....If I am to believe or hope that there is a better future for all of them, and that September lives, and Walter will meet his family again one day, and that Peter and Olivia remember something, and the meaning of the Walter's sacrifice of the white tulip is not lost, then it is this scene, the action of this sacrifice that makes it mean those things."

Last scene of the show with Peter, Olivia and Etta, and White Tulip part
– It’s just such a lovely, happy moment when we see how this time Observers don’t invade and Peter finally catches his daughter with Olivia smiling in the back. Truly a happy ending for our characters. And then of course, Peter receiving the letter with White Tulip is a wonderful nod to the fans and also leaves hope and an open ending for everyone who wishes to add their own, favorite continuation to this amazing story.

Honorable mentions:

Fringe, “Liberty”, January 18 2013: Reappearance of AltLiv and Lincoln.

NCIS, “Shiva”, January 15 2013: Tony and Ziva – “You’re not alone” moment

Revenge, ”Sabotage”, January 13 2013: 007 reference with Aiden, Nolan and Emily


And here’s more of SpoilerTV Team members’ favorite scenes:

1. FROM SHARON SEYMOUR

American Horror Story, “Continuum”, January 16, 2013
The Scene:

The whole beginning sequence where we think Kit killed Grace but it turns out that it was Alma.

Last Resort, “The Pointy End of The Spear”, January 17, 2013
Actors: Ernie Hudson and Autumn Reeser
The Scene:
Speaker Buell commits suicide in public

NOTE: This scene was also picked by AbhiroopS as Scene Of the Week!

2. FROM ABHIROOPS

How I Met Your Mother, “Band or DJ?”, January 14, 2013
Actors: Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders, Alyson Hannigan
The Scenes:

Wedding Flash Forward - I am so optimistic about meeting the mother that if a episode has a flash-forward for the mother.. that will be my favorite scene no matter how great and awesome the other scene was.
Ted and Lilly on the rooftop.

Last Resort, “The Pointy End of The Spear”, January 17, 2013
Actors: Andre Braugher and Scott Speedman
The Scene:

USS Colorado shots 2 Flair to mark that they are with Captain Marcus Chaplin.

Suits, "Blind-Sided", January 17 2013
Actors: Gabriel Macht and Jacinda Barrett
The Scenes:

When Harvey goes to meet Zoey "Both Times"
First Time - I loved the fun play with Zoey's niece.. and Harvey acting like a parent.
Second Time - It was hard to see that Zoey had to leave Harvey just to take care of niece, they had such a great chemistry, (they are married in real life though) would love to see Jacinda Barrett back on Suits.

3. FROM KLUTZY GIRL

How I Met Your Mother, “Band or DJ?”, January 14, 2013
The Scenes:

Barney calling Robin "Baby" twice, Lily and Ted's rooftop scene, and the flashforward to the wedding.

Haven, “Thanks For The Memories”, January 17, 2013
The Scenes:

Finding out that Nathan really is the father of the Colorado Kid, and all the Nathan/Audrey moments.

NCIS, “Shiva”, January 15 2013
The Scenes:

Tony and Ziva's moment at the end, and Vance telling Gibbs he knows how he feels now.

Modern Family, “Party Crasher”, January 16, 2013
The Scenes:

The birth of Gloria and Jay's baby, and Haley overhearing how much Phil doesn't like her new boyfriend.

4. FROM JIMMY RYAN

Scandal, "A Criminal, a Whore, an Idiot and a Liar", January 17, 2013
The Scenes:

The multiple flashbacks featuring Fitz's father prior to the election were exceptional.
In addition, the scene with Pope and Fitz in the town hall debate setting where Pope questions Fitz's motivations for running for president was a fantastic scene to watch. Scandal is without question now one of the best shows on TV.

5. FROM BRADLEY ADAMS

NCIS, “Shiva”, January 15 2013
The Scene:

The joint funeral at the end. Such a sad moment.

Criminal Minds, “Zugzwang”, January 16 2013
The Scene:

The final scene with Reid attempting to save Maeve.

NCIS:LA, “Paper Soldiers”, January 15 2013
The Scene:

Where Callen, Sam, Hetty and Nate are undercover and Sam just starts to insult Hetty like there's no tomorrow! Hilarious scene

6. FROM LISA MACKLEM

Supernatural, “Torn and Frayed”, January 16 2013
The Scene:

Cas wakes Dean up by staring at him, which Dean thinks "is creepy." And then Dean hides the Busty Asian Beauties porn site from Cas when it pops up when he opens the computer.
Classic - and a nice comic moment in a pretty dramatic episode.

Fringe, “Liberty”, January 18 2013
The Scene:

When alternate version of Olivia tells Lincoln to stop checking out her younger-alt verse's ass! Great to see them one more time and see their happy ending.

7. FROM JAMIE COUDEVILLE

Revenge, ”Sabotage”, January 13 2013
The Scene:

Emily and Daniel realising the wine has gone bad
It was just such a genuine moment, I love it.

The Vampire Diaries, ”After School Special”, January 17 2013
The Scene:

Elena tells Damon that she loves him
I can't really talk about it, my emotions are still all over the place.

NOTE: This scene was also picked by AbhiroopS as Scene Of the Week!

Grey’s Anatomy, ”The End is the Beginning is the End", January 17 2013
The Scene:

Meredith telling everyone that she's pregnant
It was just such a happy moment, something we don't see very often on this show.

Nikita, ”Intersection”, January 18 2013
The Scene:

Nikita refuses to leave Michael to die
I love these two so much, I can't talk about what happened after that, it hurts too much.

NOTE: This scene was also picked by AbhiroopS as Scene Of the Week!

And what’s your favorite scene of the week?

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