That will be a difficult goodbye because they have become so much a part of your life over the course of the last five years now.I really feel like we've been given a great gift by Fox here to finish off our story on a strong, strong note."Anna is also grateful that the show has the ability to go out on its own terms, saying, "I just want everybody to do justice to the show.Despite our unabashed fangirling the last time we hung out with Joshua Jackson, Zap2it was invited back to the “Fringe” set to once again chat with Jackson and co-star Anna Torv about the shocking turn that the series has taken in Season 3.In last week’s premiere episode, we watched sadly as Olivia was brainwashed into believing that she is actually Alternate-Olivia. “In the script it’s always Bolivia,” Jackson tells us, “But my opinion is that we should allow the people who watch the show to name her.“So that bond is stronger than any blood bonds that he’d have on the other side.” Will Peter and the real Olivia ever work things out in a “loverly” sort of way?
“From an audience standpoint, and certainly from an actor’s standpoint, you go ‘Well, it’s pretty clear,’ and it’s not that much of a leap for him to go, ‘Wait a minute, there is a girl that looks just like this on the other side and this girl is nothing like the girl I used to know. '” While Peter plays the rube, he and Bolivia are forging a connection that he and Olivia never quite had.And we deal with them now really directly throughout the entire final season and there are a couple of really gee whiz moments that pull from the history of the show as we've already seen it.So there's a couple of those reveals, of the stuff that they've told me, that I think are just awesome. I think maybe now we need to do Charlie Conway- Con," he tells us. She’s not nearly as broken as our Olivia.” Torv says that finding the different nuances between the two versions of her character has been tricky.“They’re so alike in that they’ve ended up in exactly the same job with the same unit and the same partner and the same boss,” she says.