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FRINGE’s Blair Brown: ‘I Felt a Real Catharsis’

December 22, 2012 by  

[This post contains spoilers for the FRINGE episode “Anomaly XB-6783746.” Please don’t read this until you’ve viewed the episode, or important aspects of the hour will be ruined for you.]

Is everyone still handling the events of last night’s episode of FRINGE okay?

This season of FRINGE has been admittedly brutal, but my goodness, Nina’s suicide (and the reaction from Walter/Olivia/Peter when they found her body) was just gut-wrenching. And it still hurts my heart thinking about it. But life will go on for the Fringe team, and it at least gave Blair Brown (Nina) a memorable exit.

I talked with Brown about her thoughts on the upcoming series finale, the unanswered Nina questions, whether she felt she got the answers she needed, her “glorious exit,” and more…


FRINGE returns Friday, January 11, 2013 at 9 PM.


FRINGE: Blair Brown on Nina Being the Keeper of Information, Reaching Episode 100, and More
FRINGE: ‘Anomaly XB-6783746′ Photo Preview
FRINGE Tease: ‘Are You Donald?

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2 Responses to “FRINGE’s Blair Brown: ‘I Felt a Real Catharsis’”

  1. HoosierAnthony on December 22nd, 2012 4:24 pm

    God, I love Blair Brown!

  2. Jeremy on December 24th, 2012 9:58 am

    Every new episode of Fringe this season has been shocking on some level. I have enjoyed the new season so far, and I wish this wasn’t the last season. I haven’t watched “Anomaly XB-6783746” yet because I was working late at DISH on Friday. I can’t believe Nina commits suicide; I’ll have to watch tonight. I have it on my DISH Hopper, thanks to PrimeTime Anytime. It will record the four major networks automatically, and up to two more channels, during prime every day. Since I can record six channels at once; I never have to worry about DVR conflicts.