June 14 2024

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Nimoy To Appear on Fringe

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Leonard Nimoy will be reprising his role of William Bell on Fringe this week in the Season Four finale.

Nimoy will be appearing on Brave New World, Part II.

In the finale, “the Fringe team is pushed to their breaking point as they desperately attempt to prevent a catastrophic event that threatens the lives of everyone.”

Fringe airs on Friday night, at 9 PM on FOX.

Thanks to J. Powers for the tip!

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9 thoughts on “Nimoy To Appear on Fringe

  1. Actually he was in the 2 previous episodes. Granted he was stuck in amber in the first return but last week in full form.

  2. It was like receiving an amazing gift from the producers of Fringe watching Nimoy again in action last week. I can’t wait to watch the season final episode this Friday. I hope it will motivate him and J. Abram to work on a deal for TREK2.

  3. This happened last week. I see soooooo many trek stars lately whom you don’t even bother to post info about any longer such as Penny Johnson and Michael Dorn on Castle and Roxanne Dawson is constantly producing TV shows.

  4. Yea, a little late with this one but good news still. While watching last week’s episode, I wondered at first if they CGI’d him in but I’m glad to see he came out of retirement to reprise his role 🙂

  5. Thanks for spoiling that little surprise.
    I have yet to watch this particular episode, maybe a spoiler warning on the main page and a reveal when you click on the story as they appear to have done over at Trekmovie.com

  6. How so? He was on last week. I was, as the poster below said, a bit behind the curve.

  7. No spoiler at all if you were watching Fringe. He appeared in the previous episode. If you’re not a regular viewer, then you would have missed him entirely. I had actually wondered if the lack of a post before the previous episode was to preserve the surprise. TBonz, you do a terrific job.

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