Aired: Oct 12, 2012 , Friday at 21:00 on FOX


Episode Summary: As the rogue Fringe team continues to fight off the oppressive Observers' invasion, unforeseen events lead them into a forest where they encounter a strange subculture of people devoted to recording human history.
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What Makes A Hero?

"The Recordist" was what I hope will be my least favorite Fringeepisode of the season. There was so little to it and it really took the story nowhere in the overall scheme of things. It was quit disappointing. What we did have was essentially a lesson on what being a hero means to different people. We learned a little about what happened to Olivia after the invasion and the folklore of the Fringe team through the eyes of a young boy hungry for heroes in what he considered a dull life. more



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'Fringe' Star John Noble Joins 'Elementary' as New Series Regular

The father of Sherlock Holmes is about to become very involved in his son's life. Fringe and Sleepy Hollow star John Noble has joined the cast of the CBS drama Elementary, playing Sherlock's wealthy and mysterious father. And it won't be a quick visit as Noble is coming aboard as a series regular. more


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