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Making Angels
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Making Angels (S04E11) is the eleventh episode of season four of "Fringe" released on Fri ... More Making Angels (S04E11) is the eleventh episode of season four of "Fringe" released on Fri Feb 03, 2012. Over 1,545 TV Time users rated it a 7.84/10 with their favorite characters being Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth, Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham and John Noble as Walter Bishop.
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September 2015

The beginning was quite funny. Haha.
A really nice episode for Astrid, though. Same as Broyles one. Always good to see some secondary character development. Especially when it involves a alternate self.

The beginning was quite funny. Haha.
A really nice episode for Astrid, though. Same as Broyles one. Always good to see some secondary character development. Especially when it involves a alternate self.
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August 2017

Walter and Fauxlivia finally call a truce! 👏

So sweet, Astrid lying to AltAstrid about her relationship with her father. Once in a while, a lie is actually better than the truth, when it is truly intended to help someone. And Astrid looks like she appreciates her father even more, knowing that their relationship could have been so different. 💕

Walter and Fauxlivia finally call a truce! 👏

So sweet, Astrid lying to AltAstrid about her relationship with her father. Once in a while, a lie is actually better than the truth, when it is truly intended to help someone. And Astrid looks like she appreciates her father even more, knowing that their relationship could have been so different. 💕
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August 2015

Nice episode! I would like to know more about Astrid, she's such a kind character:)

*ok seriamente, smettiamola con queste caramelle squisite, perchè io le adoro e in Italia non le trovo da nessuna parte 😭

Nice episode! I would like to know more about Astrid, she's such a kind character :)

* Ok seriously, let's stop with these delicious candy, because I love them and Italy do not find them anywhere ?

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Nice episode! I would like to know more about Astrid, she's such a kind character:)

*ok seriamente, smettiamola con queste caramelle squisite, perchè io le adoro e in Italia non le trovo da nessuna parte 😭
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August 2016

Shes so cute oh my god 💕💕

Shes so cute oh my god 💕💕
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June 2016

THESE TWO

THESE TWO
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July 2017

Well, it only took four seasons, but we finally got ourselves an Astrid-centric episode and it was a great one (and was even written by the super writing team of JH Wyman, Jeff Pinkner, and Akiva Goldsman). Really loved seeing more of Astrid and her alternate and it was such a treat watching the two of them interact and marveling at each other's differences and similarities.

Jasika Nicole's portrayal of AltAstrid is pretty fascinating to watch and I really loved the scene where AltAstrid is telling Astrid about nowhere to go and being unsure what to do after her father's funeral. AltAstrid wondering if her father would have loved her more if she was more normal and more like Astrid was heartbreaking. The fact that Astrid embellished the truth about her own relationship with her father to make AltAstrid feel better was really sweet.

Walter treating AltAstrid a little better than his Astrid was very funny especially when he called her by her name correctly annoying Astrid to no end, lol. We got a lot of nicknames in this episode for Astrid: Astro, Astrix, Aspirin. And apparently in this universe Astrid never corrects Walter every time he says her name incorrectly.

The two Astrids' conversation about coffee was also very nice. I laughed when Astrid mouthed "weird" to herself after calling AltAstrid "sweetie" after AltAstrid thanked her for the coffee. So in this timeline coffee is still a rare commodity in the other universe and is very expensive. Some things never change.

It was great to see AltAstrid's mind at work and figuring out the link between the three victims and it was cool to see everyone's impressed reactions at this. We even got Walter to say earlier in the episode "I think I love her" in reference to AltAstrid and for Astrid to just shake her head. She has nothing to be worried about, though. She knows that Walter deeply cares for her.

Meanwhile, Walter and AltLivia meet again for the first time after she left to return to her universe, but not before deceiving Walter into thinking that she's Olivia as part of her mission. Walter is very antagonistic at first towards her which AltLivia just ignores and brushes off and instead teases Walter that he really misses her and likes her hanging about the lab.

Their goodbye scene was hilarious and sweet with the two of them exchanging food items: mints and red vines.

Walter: You may possess positive qualities that I previously overlooked.
Olivia: Are you flirting with me?
Walter: You wish.

Regarding the case of the week: so this guy, Neil, found the tech that belonged to September which allowed him to figure out how to see the future and with this knowledge, he plays savior by mercy-killing (in some way) people who he knows will die anyway to spare them the suffering and the suffering of their loved ones. Not sure what this guy's MO was, but I didn't understand why he did it.

That ending with the two Observers was pretty damn interesting. So September was at Reiden Lake the night Walter was returning AltPeter back to his universe, but he didn't intervene. We knew he was there because that's where Neil found the device. So what was September doing there? Was he witnessing an important event, one that involved Peter's death? Why was this important?

Also, why didn't the head Observer know that Peter still exists in this timeline and that September didn't obey what he was told to do? If Observers are supposed to see everything that happens in all futures and timelines, why didn't he know about Peter?

The one Olivia/AltLivia scene we got was very interesting:

AltLivia: Secretary's son, huh? He's cute, huh? Bet he's all contradictory and tricky like his dad.
Olivia: Yeah, I imagine he's just your type.
AltLivia: Actually, no. Turns out I like the nice guys.

This is clearly foreshadowing, but I won't say anymore because otherwise it would be a spoiler.

Olivia thanking Peter for being a good partner during his time in this timeline was unexpected yet very sweet. I liked their earlier interaction when Olivia picked the lock to Neil's cabin in Reiden Lake. "Who leaves their door unlocked when they're not home?" Olivia asks as she picks the lock on the door. "You're right. It's not safe." Peter says as he watches Olivia picks the lock, lol.

Lastly, loved Astrid's reaction at seeing her alternate: she lets out a scream and this prompts Olivia to comment "I always wondered why nobody does that." Same here!

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January 2016

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April 2015

I'm in love with Astro ! She makes me crazy !! ????????

I'm in love with Astro! She makes me crazy !! ????????

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I'm in love with Astro ! She makes me crazy !! ????????
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August 2016

Gotta say I love Fauxlivia...and the Walter/Fauxlivia monents were amazing :')
"Admit it. You like me, Walter"

Gotta say I love Fauxlivia...and the Walter/Fauxlivia monents were amazing :')
"Admit it. You like me, Walter"
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August 2015

Some Astrid action!! Yay!! 4 seasons and we know nothing about her 😶😶😶😶 I want more!!!

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