I avoided the interwebs, made it through the snow and sat down for the last two episodes Liberty/An Enemy of Fate on Sunday afternoon.
I spent the last two hours of Fringe oscillating between weepy emotional fangirl and confused science fiction fan. The grand plan to defeat the Observers by taking Michael to the future and thereby ensuring they never existed in their present form was fine by be - until Walter explained the paradox. Why would time reset to just before the Observers invaded? And why would Walter be erased from this point?
But enough with the questions, my heart hurt way more than my brain by the end of the finale.
The thing I've always loved about Fringe is how everything comes back to the fathers and sons, to Walter and Peter. Fringe may have been a scifi show but it always paid attention to the emotional consequences of the science on the screen.
We were left with lots of questions, but that was kind of the point of the show wasn't it? I think Fringe is a show that gets better the more you watch every episode. I'm looking forward to re-meeting Olivia, Peter, Walter and Astrid in the pilot episode from 2008. It's time to play 'spot the Observer' all over again.