FRINGE: John Noble on 'Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There,' (Possible) Helpful Observers and the Characters' Grief - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

FRINGE: John Noble on ‘Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There,’ (Possible) Helpful Observers and the Characters’ Grief

November 6, 2012 by  

This Friday’s new episode of FRINGE may be partially named for John Noble’s Walter (“Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There”…AKA the longest title in FRINGE’s history thus far), but when he talked with reporters on set for the filming the of hour, he was incredibly vague about what actually goes down. Noble was equally vague (but incredibly hilarious) when I questioned whether the team might find assistance in another September-like Observer.

However, Noble was a little more willing to talk about what grief does to the characters we know and love in the fallout from Etta’s death. And as viewers have seen, Peter’s anger and focus has led him down a dark path already.

Take a look at what Noble had to say about FRINGE!

FRINGE airs Fridays at 9 PM on Fox.

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2 Responses to “FRINGE: John Noble on ‘Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There,’ (Possible) Helpful Observers and the Characters’ Grief”

  1. JaniceLG on November 6th, 2012 7:04 pm

    Marisa, that was a great question. You totally got him. Interesting. JN might have a baby crush on you.

  2. Arvin Buising on November 7th, 2012 8:45 pm

    Wow. John Noble really is very articulate!